• Routine Examinations
• Emergency Care
• In-Home Veterinary Care
Now that summer is approaching, it is important to remember that warm weather can present dangers to your pet. Keep your pet safe this summer with some of these helpful tips.
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We know how busy things can get. When you don't have time to call but you would like to set up an appointment, drop us a line and we will return your request in a timely manner.
Burleigh Road Animal Hospital
13725 West Burleigh Road
Brookfield, WI 53005
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Did you know that we are one of only several animal hospitals in the area that are accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association?
Click here to learn about why our AAHA accreditation is so important in delivering the best veterinary care possible for your pet.
Everyone in our office, from our veterinarians to our receptionists, love animals.
Holistic treatments are just the beginning.
We are a group of compassionate professionals that are dedicated to helping pets live long and happy lives. We understand that pets are family members, and we believe in giving them the high-quality care that they deserve.
Our doctors know that each pet is unique, and will work with you to find a health care approach that fits your pet’s lifestyle and needs. We offer a variety of veterinary services, and invite you to explore them on our website. Or, better yet, stop by to meet our friendly team and tour the hospital yourself. We welcome the opportunity to serve you and your pet, and promise to treat your pet like we would treat our own—with high-quality veterinary care, professionalism, and compassion.
April 13th, 2015
In mid-March, Chicago began experiencing a Canine Influenza Virus outbreak. This virus, though not believed to be contagious to humans or other species, is highly contagious to other dogs. Dogs that frequently have contact with other dogs are especially susceptible to the virus. With the outbreak occurring during Spring Break, when many families and pets are traveling, there is potential for the virus to spread to other areas of the Midwest—including here in the Milwaukee area.
New research from Cornell University and the University of Wisconsin has shown that the strain of this virus is actually H3N2, not H3N8, as originally suspected. This outbreak of H3N2 is the first outbreak of its kind in the U.S. At this time, there is not an H3N2 vaccine available in the U.S, and it is not known whether the H3N8 vaccine will offer any protection against the H3N2 strain.
Read on for frequently asked questions about the Canine Influenza Virus, and stay tuned for future updates as more information is released about this virus.
Remember…in Wisconsin, dog owners are required by state law to license their dogs every year. Some local municipalities require the same for cats, Waukesha and Milwaukee counties included! Check with your local municipality for more information.
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