Welcome to Specialized Veterinary
Care of Shawano!
Specialized Veterinary Care of Shawano is a dedicated provider of comprehensive veterinary services for the communities of Shawano County, Green Bay, and Appleton, Wisconsin. Our mission is to enhance the quality of life for our patients, allowing them to enjoy longer, happier, and healthier lives alongside their families. We understand that pets are more than just animals; they’re cherished members of your family. That’s why we’re committed to delivering exceptional care that not only benefits your furry companions but also positively impacts your family as a whole.
We’re Here For You and Your Pets!
Wellness and Prevention
Regular wellness visits are an essential part of maintaining your pet’s overall health. They help in early detection of any underlying medical conditions, providing an opportunity for prompt treatment and preventing serious illnesses. During wellness visits, we will also advise on important preventive services such as vaccinations, nutritional counseling, and routine blood tests. Although it varies with your pet’s age, we typically recommend yearly visits.
As our beloved pets get older, they require extra care and attention. Senior pet wellness focuses on the unique needs of older pets, which can include managing chronic conditions, diet adjustments, mobility issues, and more. Regular vet visits are crucial during this stage to monitor any changes in weight, behavior, or overall health.
Veterinary diagnostics involve using various tools and tests to identify the cause of a pet’s health issue. This can include blood tests, x-rays, ultrasound, CT, and more. These tests help our veterinary team to accurately diagnose a pet’s condition and determine the most effective treatment plan.
Routine dental care is crucial in maintaining your pet’s oral health. Without proper dental care and treatment, your pet may develop gum disease, which can lead to serious health issues such as heart and kidney disease. Dentistry services in veterinary care include dental exams, cleaning, and extractions. Regular dental check-ups can prevent your pet from experiencing unnecessary pain and prolong their life.
Veterinary surgery can range from routine procedures like spaying/neutering to more complex operations like tumor removal or orthopedic surgeries. The goal of any veterinary surgery is to improve the pet’s quality of life. Post-surgery, pets may need additional care and monitoring to ensure a smooth recovery.
Parasites such as ticks, fleas, heartworms, and intestinal worms can affect your pet’s health and cause serious conditions, therefore it’s important to consult with our veterinary team about the best preventative options.