Pets and Veterinarians Appleton WI

Your Appleton pet and veterinarians resource for pet owners or future pet owners. Find the local information and resources you need in Appleton, WI. Whether you are looking for dogs, cats, information on pets, felines, vets, veterinarians, veterinary hospitals, veterinary clinics, vet clinics, or pet clinics, or have questions about pets or veterinarians, this page will help you get the information you are searching for.

Pet Boarding Kennels Appleton WI

Pets require care even when you're out of the house or on vacation. If you find yourself in need of a pet sitting service but can't find a proper sitter, pet boarding may be the choice for you. These services keep your pet safe and cared for while you're away. To find local pet boarding businesses near you, keep reading where you will find a listing of local businesses that provide this pet boarding service.

Pet Therapy Appleton WI

Local resource for pet therapy in Appleton, WI. Here you will find listings of veterinarians that offer pet therapy in their clinics. Veterinarians are doctors specializing in the diagnosis, treatment and care of animals. Pet therapy is used in order to improve a patient’s emotional, social and cognitive functions. Since pets cannot talk back, patients feel more comfortable toward them and therefore are more likely able to form a bond with them. Pets used in pet therapy can make people feel safe and loved after a traumatic event or painful event in their life.

Spay & Neuter Services Appleton WI

Local resource for spaying and neutering services in Appleton, WI. Here you will find listings of veterinarians that provide spaying and neutering services in their clinics. Veterinarians are doctors specializing in the diagnosis, treatment and care of animals. Spaying and neutering are surgical procedures that prevent pets from reproducing. This is usually done to kittens and puppies between the ages of 6 and 14 weeks old. Spaying or neutering is generally recommended by animal shelters due to the overwhelming number of pet populations with no homes.