- We strive to provide complete care for our patients. Learn more about all the services we provide.
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Some dogs and cats get extremely anxious and stressed in the veterinary clinic therefore we feel we can serve them better at home where they are most comfortable. We will attempt to make appointments that will fit into your schedule.
The services we offer in the home are
PARASITE PREVENTION & CONTROL
COLLECTION OF FECES, URINE, BLOOD FOR ANALYSIS
TRANSPORT TO CREMATORY OR CEMETERY
PERSONALLY DELIVER YOUR PET REMAINS
We are a MOBILE Service!
We will come to your location.
There are times when your pets need care that can only be done in a hospital or emergency setting; therefore we will work with you in getting those necessary services.
Our mission is to help our pets live a healthy, comfortable and happy life; after all our pets are our family
Dr. Monica Inniss
Milwaukee Veterinarian | Our Pets Our Family LLC | (414) 303-2504
PO BOX 371214
Milwaukee, WI 53237
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