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WPH AND THE COMMUNITY
Wyllow Pet Hospital partnered with the Wisconsin Veterinary Medical Associate and Invisible Fence in Project Breathe - a program to equip community fire departments with oxygen masks designed to fit pets. Project Breathe was able to donate a 3 mask set to the Fox Lake Fire Department, and two 3 mask sets to the Beaver Dam Fire Department. These masks will be used to help resuscitate pets affected by smoke inhalation at fire scenes.  
Left: Jeff Fuhrman-BDFD; Dr. Vicky Smith-Wyllow; John Jatczak-BDFD & Lucky Girl (demonstrating mask); Jeff Remy-Invisible Fence
Left: Gene Huettner-FLFD; Dr. Vicky Smith & Wyllow (demonstrating mask); Jeff Remy-Invisible Fence; and Fox Lake Fire Chief Bill Frank
Left: Jeff Remy of Invisible Fence presents Beaver Dam Fire Chief Alan Mannel (right) with a three-piece mask set for Project Breathe.
 Two Canine Officers Sworn In
Canine officers Paige (right) and Ziva (left) being sworn in.
Dr. Vicky Smith from Wyllow Pet Hospital with Chad Enright of the Dodge County Sheriff's Department and Officer Paige.
Project Breathe
Wyllow's Giving Tree was a huge success this past year!
We were able to collect a large assortment of needed items for the Dodge Couny Humane Society. We thank everyone that able to donate! We will definately be doing this for years to come! Thanks again!
Wyllow's Giving Tree
Bark for Life Beaver Dam Area
YMCA of Dodge County
Saturday May 20, 2017

This noncompetitive walk is an event for you and your dogs to raise funds and awareness for the American Cancer Society's cancer fight! So bring your canine friend for a nice walk and a fun-filled day of demonstrations, contests, and games. When you support Bark for Life, you are helping the American Cancer Society save lives and move even closer to a world with less cancer and more birthdays!

For more information: Bark for Life
Bark for Life 2017
The 17th Annual Boxer Bash
WHAT'S HAPPENING AT THE 2017 BASH:
Silent auctions, 50/50 raffles, contests for; best kiss, best trick, and best costume.
Throughout the day there will be lure coursing, a bake sale, food sales, and much more!

Visit them on Facebook: www.facebook.com/gabrwi
Webpage: www.greenacresboxerrescue.com
Contact Us

126 Corporate Dr.

Beaver Dam, WI 53916

Phone: .920.885-4148

Fax: 920.885.5238

Email: wyllowpethospital@hotmail.com

Hours

Monday: 8:00am - 5:00pm

Tuesday: 8:00am - 7:00pm

Wednesday: 8:00am - 5:00pm

Thursday: 8:00am - 7:00pm

Friday: 8:00am - 5:00pm

Saturday: 8:00am - 12:00pm

Sunday: Closed

Appointments recommended

Early drop-offs available by appointment

Emergencies

After hours emergencies referred to:

Veterinary Emergency Service

Located on the East side of ​ Madison

www.VeterinaryEmergencyService.com

608.222.2455
Friendly dogs of all breeds are welcome! The bash will go on rain or shine!

​Saturday, September 23rd, 2017
10:00am-3:00pm

FIREMAN'S PARK
1049 Park Ave.
Columbus, WI 53925

$5.00: Person
$10.00: Family
Wyllow's Giving Tree with many possible items to be donated.
Two canine officers for the Dodge County Sheriff's Department get sworn in during the Dodge Country Fair. Wyllow Pet Hospital is donating veterinary services for the duration of Paige's term of service for Dodge County.
These are the 2016 Wyllow's Giving Tree donations! It was definitely one of the best turnouts so far!
We are very pleased to be one of Beaver Dam Police Department's major donors for their K9 Unit. Being able to provide medical care for our local Canine Officers brings us great joy and we enjoy seeing each and every one of them for their exams and check-ups!
Major Donor- BDPD K9 Unit