Molitor Pet & Bird Clinic provides comprehensive veterinary services to diagnose and treat your pet’s illness or injury. Your pet receives exemplary care from an experienced professional.
Preventative medicine is part of helping your pet maintain long term health. At Molitor Pet Clinic, we believe that a complete "nose to tail" yearly examination is an integral part of maintaining proper care of your pet. Doctor Molitor strongly recommends and provides annual physical examinations to help assess your pet's overall health and make suggestions to stop problems before they start. Your pet's health changes as they age, and seeing the vet on a yearly basis can help us catch developing conditions before they compromise your pet's health.
Spay & Neuter
Spaying and neutering are surgical procedures intended to render your pet incapable of producing puppies or kittens by the removing of the organs of reproduction. Spaying, a term that refers to the female, is a procedure to remove the uterus and ovaries, and is most comparable to a human hysterectomy. Neutering or castration is a term that refers to the removal of the male’s testicles.
Our new state-of-the-art DR system provides the highest quality images available. The system, from Sound Technology, is also used at the University of Wisconsin Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital. This new technology allows us to diagnose and treat many problems, from broken bones to enlarged hearts.
Due to the many recent discoveries and innovations in veterinary medicine, your pet can be protected from most major diseases. Today, many immunizations and preventive treatments are available that did not exist just a few years ago. Doctor Molitor can help you decide what preventive measures are necessary for your pet.
Our hospital is equipped to perform surgical procedures - from spays and neuters to more complicated surgeries.
We have expanded our laboratory to include blood chemistry as well as complete blood counts. The system, from Abaxis and Zoetis, allows us to attain results in less than 30 minutes. In addition, we routinely perform pre-surgical blood tests, fecal flotations, Giardia antigen tests, Flex4 tests for heart-worm, Lyme disease, Ehrlichia and Anaplasmosis, as well as urinalysis, cytology and many other tests all in-house.
Some diseases require the use of ultrasound to confirm the cause. By using this technology, we are able to see problems in an animal’s body that may not be visible with digital radiographs. Using ultrasound guided biopsy techniques we are able to collect better samples to make a diagnosis of disease without invasive surgeries.
Your pet requires regular dental care. Our physical examinations include a thorough evaluation of the oral cavity, and we help determine what your pet's dental requirements may be. We perform routine dental cleanings, extractions, and oral surgery. We also provide information and products to help maintain good oral health for your pet.
Due to COVID-19 and limited staffing, we are unable to accommodate pet boarding at this time.
Include: Micro Chipping, Nail Trims, House Calls