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    Franksville Veterinary Clinic
    Perfectly He goes in roughly every 6-8 weeks to have his claws trimmed and as always they are very good with him even though he is a somewhat unruly cat, one tech holds him while the other does the trimming. Everyone is always friendly and there is always a phone check next day to make sure he is okay. I prefer to pay the little extra over what a groomer charges, it's a trust issue on my part since I have had a couple of bad experiences with groomers.
    - Teddie K.
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    Wisconsin Pet Care LLC
    The service is really great. Kay does a really thorough job, and is quite professional. When I and my dog didn't go out at the time Kay showed up, a poop patrol note was placed on my front door. The yard is well maintained by Kay. I an very pleased.
    - Daniel P.
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    The Woof
    Great, my dogs jump out of my truck run into the woof, then give me the look , that says leave. When I pick them up , and take them home they are wasted, you can see that they had a great time. Sam , Ashley & the whole staff are wonderful. I���m not worried about leaving them.
    - Al C.
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    The Woof
    Without question, THE WOOF provides THE BEST dog day care and boarding service we have ever used. Our rescued dog Charley, who was fearful off most people and situations, cannot wait to spend a day with this awesome staff and wonderful facility. They are quite simply the best and we feel so fortunate to have found them. Super clean and always accommodating. We love THE WOOF!
    - Jo Anne W.
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    Dr Schmid's Mobile Vet Practice
    She came out and did the medicine. She always has another person with her. It varies who it is. She is excellent. She will come to your home if you have to put your animal to sleep so you don't have to go to the vet. I will always use her.
    - Deborah D.
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    The Woof
    I was heading out of town for 5 days and needed a place for my dog to stay. He has high separation anxiety and doesn't do well crated. The people at The Woof completely understood and took to make sure he was taken care of. I was able to pop into the camera's on my phone and check in on him, and felt reassured he was doing good. They even have a number you can text to check in on how your pet was doing! He couldn't be crated, however they had a space for him to sleep and be comfortable, and he was able to play with the other dogs while we were gone. Much better than taking him to a general kennel! When we picked up Nea, he'd been given all the pills he needed to and they didn't even need to use his episodic anxiety meds as he was so comfortable in their care. He goes there for doggy daycare once a week and I just knew they would be the right place for him! I absolutely love everyone there, even when I drop Nea off in the morning before my cup of coffee they're kind and understanding. I absolutely love this place and will definitely leave my boy in their care again! I already talk amazing about their facility and the trainer to anyone that will listen, including all my patients.
    - Vanessa K.
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    We have three cats. They get shots and everything, it runs to maybe about $100 a cat, so that would be $300 for three cats. They've been really good. One of our cats have had to have teeth cleaning and teeth removal and so they've done a great job. They recovered perfectly well. I'm in the room with the veterinarian who does the check-up, I'm in the room with her and the three cats we always have a good time with informative discussions. We're really happy with them. They do sedation on the cats for teeth cleaning.
    - ELAINE R.
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    The Woof
    The staff was very professional. My dog seemed happy to be there as I could tell from the live feed cameras I had access to from my smart phone. I loved that I could see her and snap a screen shot of her playing. It gave me peace of mind to be able to check on her. With the live feed I was also able to see the staff who seemed very attentive to the dogs when I signed on. I was late returning to pick Isabella up. I was able to text staff to let them know and received a prompt response. I ended up have her stay an extra night due to the lateness of my return home. The Woof staff was able to accommodate this last minute change so I didn't have to worry about rushing home. They also were willing to arrange a late pick up if I wanted to choose that option.
    - Amason A.
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    Tailwaggers 911
    BEWARE! I adopted from TW911 a sweet pup in October 2016. The foster mom was wonderful and we love our little guy. Thinking this was a reputable organization I decided to foster for them. My first two fosters were fine and I had no issues. Then for the call from Dawn Boeselager the director. She asked if I would take 3 puppies that could now be split up as the current foster mom had her hands full with such a large litter. I said yes. A few hours later as I was trying to coordinate transportation of them, the current foster mom asked if Dawn had told me what to watch for? I had no idea what she meant. She went on to say one of the pups in the litter had Parvo. Parvo is serious and life threatening. I called Dawn, she told me not to worry they seemed healthy. I told her absolutely not as I have other pets and did not want to risk their lives. She was upset with me but agreed to have the three tested before giving them to me. The following day at 4 pm she texted to say they all tested negative. She lied, they were not tested. I drove an hour to pick them up. She had them in the back of her minivan and did not handle them herself. I noticed vomit in the cage and she told me they probably got carsick. Thinking she was an honest person, I transferred pups to my car as she seemed in a rush. I was given no paperwork, food or even their names. She told me she didn't know and would text me names later. One hour after I was home the nightmare began. First puppy was vomiting uncontrollably with bloody diarhea. I called Dawn and told her the pup was extremely sick and needed emergency care, she felt I should just watch him and finally relented when I told her he was collapsing. Took pup to ER. Within 10 seconds of an 8 minute test the result was positive for Parvo. Dawn had lied, they Pup was admitted. Next morning puppy #2 became ill. Again I contacted Dawn who was not happy that puppy needed to go in. Dawn suggested a bleach enema to kill the parvo - insane! This puppy went to my vet. That evening puppy #3 was deathly ill - another trip to the ER. All puppies needed IV's, pain meds, antibiotics and were in isolation. In the meantime at the WVRC in Grafton there were numerous other puppies being taken in to be euthanized for Parvo, some dying in their foster homes and only one to my knowledge being treated there as the rest were too far gone. I believe a total of 12 puppies died of Parvo from 3 different litters kept in 3 or more different homes. Not once during their stays did Dawn contact any of the vets or ER or office. A day later at 7 a.m. on a Sunday I met the vet to euthanize puppy #2. The vet and I were crying. At 9 a.m. I picked up puppy #1 for ER to bring home. Puppy # 3 was barely hanging on. Following morning puppy #2 needs to go back to ER for another day or 2 of IV's - could not keep fluids down. The next morning we euthanized puppy #3. That evening puppy #1 came home. Dawn was kept aware of all treatment. The only question she had was "what did you do with the dead dogs?"! I had them cremated as I did not want to bury a parvo infected dog in my yard. The one pup that she saved at WVRC in Grafton was paid for by a mass fundraiser online. Nothing was said about my bills. My total was just under $11,000. Once she had the puppy that was saved in Grafton back in her care it was killed. Another dog grabbed it by the neck in her facility and shook it to death. I repeatedly contacted Dawn and asked if she would like to make payments to me - no response. This past week I finally received my judgment from the court for the full amount. Ironically she has had many judgements against her and is no stranger to the legal system. Since leaving TW911 I now work with another wonderful rescue. The difference is mind blowing. All of these dogs have a vet check every month before they go into their home (TW911 puppies/dogs never have one). The spay/neuter bill is fully covered (with TW911 they will till you it is and you will pay $240 in incidental fees to their vet), our dogs/puppies find their homes usually in about 2 weeks (TW911 is typically months), we worm our puppies, they are microchipped, UPTD on immunizations, rabies if old enough and treated with flea/heartworm prevention (all of this is not done with TW911). The fee is $100 or more less than theirs. The pup that I that survived we kept. I told her I would take $850 off what she owed me to adopt him (their normal fee is $450). I could not hand that pup over to her knowing she just wanted to make $$ off him and didn't care at all about him. Dawn Boeselager is deceitful and should not be called a Rescue. She has no problem passing off sick dogs/puppies to her fosters or adopters. The foster families I did get to know briefly were fantastic. It saddens me to know they are involved with such an awful Rescue. I am planning to bring this more into the public eye in the hopes she is stopped.
    - Noah Z.
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    I have used them for over 30 years, probably over 40 years for various pets, a stream of pets and I find them to be excellent. I trust them. I think that sometimes you can be guilted into a more than needs to be done for a pet. I trust their advice. They will give you several ideas as to what it can be done, starting with the least evasive and working up to something like x-rays. You get to choose. I?ve always had an estimate in advance of a procedure, like spaying or teeth cleaning or something like that. I?ve never had it go beyond what the estimate was, it?s usually less than the estimate, and they follow up. It?s clean, nice people. 

    The original vet that I started to see is in his 70?s now and he?s still affiliated with them, although he has cut back on what he does. I still request him when my dog has his teeth cleaned. Very high quality and I fell their prices are fair. You get what you pay for and I would just as soon get high quality rather than cheap. Punctuality is very good. A couple of emergencies where I have just been able to come in and have things taken care of instantly, so that?s been good too. 
    - Mary J.
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