"Forest Home Animal Clinic"

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Forest Home Animal Clinic
11222 West Forest Home Avenue
Franklin, Wisconsin 53132
Phone: (414)425-2340
Fax: (414)425-4762

Hours of Operation
Monday - Friday
8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Saturday 8:00 AM to Noon

Doggie Day Camp Hours
Monday - Friday
6:30 AM to 6:30 PM

Sunday pickup is now available!
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Health Alerts!
Important Information Regarding The Treatment of Heartworm Disease
The Importance of Vaccines

AKC Breeder of Merit

Congratulations Dr. Rieser
In January 2013 he received the AKC Breeder of Merit Award for his commitment to breeding beautiful purebred German Shorthair Pointers whose appearance, temperament, and ability are true to their breed.

Important Information Regarding The Treatment of Heartworm Disease

The drug used to treat Heartworm disease is no longer available. That means we will no longer be able to treat an animal infected with Heartworm disease. This disease is spread by mosquitoes so all pets are at risk of contracting it. We follow the recommendation from the American Heartworm Society and recommend year-round protection for our patients.

Please make sure that your pet is on a Heartworm preventative!

The Importance of Vaccines

The past several summers the Milwaukee Area Domestic Animal Control Commission and the Wisconsin Humane Society have issued alerts to dog owners because of an outbreak of Parvo, which is a highly contagious and deadly virus. This virus can affect all ages of dogs that are not protected by a vaccine. It is especially dangerous for puppies less than six months of age. It is vital to your dog's health to make sure that the distemper complex (which includes a Parvo virus vaccine) is up-to-date.

While this alert only affected dogs, all pet owners should be aware that vaccination provides protection from many life threatening diseases that your pet may come into contact with. For the health and safety of your pet, please make sure his/her vaccines are up-to-date. If you are not sure, please call the clinic at 414.425.2340 (or check your PetPortal), to verify that your pet is current on all of their vaccines and to schedule an appointment if they are not.

To read the complete June 29, 2012 Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel article regarding the current outbreak of the Parvo virus please click here.