My name is Dr. Monica Inniss. I graduated from the Tuskegee School of Veterinary Medicine in 1986. Since graduation I have been in small animal practice, working in clinics in Georgia, Michigan and Wisconsin.
My education consists of:
B. Sc in Animal & Poultry Science
I enjoy listening to stories of how pets have impacted the lives of people and I am always thrilled to witness the bond that is formed with pet and owner. My desire is to see pets treated humanely throughout their lifetime, after all, we do receive their unconditional love, trust and loyalty by simply opening up our hearts and homes to them.
Currently my focus is home hospice and end-of-life care in the comfort of the home. My goal is to give pets the dignity and respect at the end of their days, whether they are facing a terminal condition as a youngster or as a geriatric companion. When the time for euthanasia comes I hope to make a heartbreaking situation a bit more tolerable. After the family has said their farewells, I will transport their companion to a local pet crematory where he/she will be treated with the utmost respect and dignity. If your companion was privately cremated I will bring his/her remains home within 7-14 business days.
Since September 2016 I have done the spays and neuters for Washington County Humane Society every Wednesday and one Friday per month.
Our home belongs Chi Chi (the kitty), Oliver & Casper (cockatoos) & Buddy ( African grey)
Sadly, Ginger Bear is no longer with me; I said goodbye to my sassy Gingy on 9/9/2020; She was 16 years old. I miss my travelling companion.
Imani our cockatiel passed away in 2017 due to a malignant mass on her wing.
Mamas (boxer) has moved to Oshkosh where she is enjoying her 'dream home' and she does not have to share her home with any other pets.
My faith, family and friends keep me grounded. Since 2010, I have participated in a annual Block Melanoma 5K run /3K walk at the Milwaukee County Zoo, in memory of my sister, Eulene.