News and Special Events

We are pleased to present the lastest news, events and educational opportunities at our facilities. The staff at The Animal House also makes frequent appearances throughout the community. Check back frequently for new updates.

News

Groom & Board Opens Joining Pet Clinic in Using Curbside Service.

05/15/2020

With the lifting of the state's Safer-At-Home. We will continue to offer veterinary care, boarding, daycare, grooming and training curbside-style. 

Pet Clinic Open For Essential Veterinary Care. Groom & Board Closes Temporarily.

03/26/2020

Our dedicated Pet Clinic staff continues to provide essential veterinary care. The Groom & Board will temporarily close starting at 5pm, Friday, 3/27. This measure is voluntary and is a commitment to social distancing practices during the Covid-19 pandemic. 

Enhanced Measures at The Animal House to Quell Covid-19

03/17/2020

At The Animal House, we believe the community response in the upcoming weeks will determine the impact of Covid-19.

Effective immediately, we will delay routine appointments, elective surgeries and house call service. We will continue to provide new puppy and kitten vaccinations, rabies boosters, urgent care services and surgeries for medical patients. Telemedicine services will be available for pets that have had an exam within one year. If you have an existing routine appointment we …

Dog Owners Advised to Vaccinate Against Canine Cough

09/07/2016

Canine Cough is active in the Green Bay area and has caused many dogs to become ill, some of them critically. If you dog has contact with other dogs in any situation: playdates, dog parks, boarding, daycare, grooming or training facilities we highly recommend vaccination. For more information click here.

Dr. Pat Featured In #BoundlessTogether Campaign for UW-Madison

09/07/2016

Dr. Patrick Warpinski, UW-Madison alum, was chosen to represent Brown County in the university's Boundless Together Campaign, which highlights UW grads from each county in Wisconsin that represent the "Wisconsin Idea" by supporting their communities through their education and beneficent contributions.  The campaign consisted of a billboard featured on I-43, an article in the Green Bay Press Gazette and posting on the UW website. To see the feature story click here.