Many pets and owners experience anxiety in the traditional veterinary clinic setting. Our goal is to provide quality supplementary care to the traditional Western approach in the most comfortable environment possible (your home) by leveraging the techniques of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine.
What We Do
We provide in-home urgent care services for your pet to bring rapid relief for the most common non-emergent medical needs.
We offer in-home euthanasia services to our clients to provide a peaceful and compassionate end-of-life experience for your beloved pet.
Acupuncture can be leveraged to treat many conditions with minimal side effects both in conjunction with Western Medicine and alone depending on the case.
There is no better place to assess the health and comfort of your pet than in the environment where they are the most comfortable, at home.
Allow me to introduce myself
About Dr. Kendra
I graduated from University of Wisconsin-Madison Veterinary School and worked in private practice for a few years. Then I found a passion for TCVM and completed the Acupuncture Certification course at Chi University. I enjoy trying to integrate Western and Eastern medical philosophies.
I strongly believe that owners know their pets better than anyone else. I see my role as a veterinarian is to present the medical information in an attainable way in order to empower owners to make the best possible decisions that fit within their values and limitations.
I live on a small hobby farm with my husband and two toddlers. We of course have a slew of animals both inside the house and out: dogs, cats, alpacas, goats, pigs, cows, and chickens. In the limited free time I have, I really enjoy doing crafts (crochet, quilting), playing with the kids, and being outdoors.
We Proudly Accept
We offer urgent care services for those clients who need immediate, but non-emergency treatment for their pets. We do not provide vaccines at this time (with the exception of Rabies).
TCVM stands for Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine. It includes a broad range of techniques including Acupuncure, Food Therapy, Herbal Medications, Tui-Na (Massage), and many others.
I currently also practice integrated medicine (combining Western and Eastern techniques) in a traditional clinic environment. I greatly value what can be learned from both approaches to healing. We are currently limiting our in-home services to TCVM services as well as limited urgent care-type services.
If you are interested, please click the “Make an appointment” button at the bottom of the page, email us at email@example.com or call us at (920) 399-2099. You can also text us at (920) 789-2820
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