Welcome to Oak View Veterinary Hospital
Pets are Family
Our team at Oak View Veterinary Hospital believes that pets are an important part of a family, that is why your pet will be cared for with respect and compassion.
We treat each pet as an individual, with individual needs.
To help us provide the highest quality of care, our doctors routinely devote half an hour for your pet's visit. This allows us to be very thorough with our exam and gives us the necessary time to get to know you and your pet. We will address any questions or concerns that you may have for your pet to help you take the best care of your family member.
Our Mission Statement
Oak View Veterinary Hospital is committed to work as a team to provide
high quality veterinary care to our patients, as well as excellent service to our clients.
We believe that through education and compassionate care, we can help you
make the best health care choices for your pet.
The Bellevue Dog Park Committee has formally launched its capital campaign to raise the necessary funds to open the park in 2014. We need your help!
To find additional information or make a donation please visit:
www.villageofbellevue.org or www.facebook.com/BellevueDogPark
Dr. Patty Glover - Naturally Balanced Veterinary Services
Dr. Patty Glover from Naturally Balanced Veterinary Services will be practicing veterinary chiropractic, traditional chinese herbal and acupuncture at Oak View Veterinary Hospital once a month on Thursdays.
If you feel your pet would benefit from these services, please speak to one of our veterinarians or Dr. Patty Glover herself.
She can be reached at 920-737-9605 or www.NaturallyBalancedVet.com.
Do not use: Chicken Jerky Products from China
The FDA Continues to Caution Dog Owners about Chicken jerky products (also sold as chicken tenders, strips or treats) imported from China may be associated with serious illness or death in dogs.
Watch for following signs that may occur within hours to days of feeding the products: decreased appetite, decreased activity, vomiting, diarrhea, sometimes with blood, increased water consumption and/or increased urination. Owners should consult their veterinarian if any of these signs are noted.
To read more:
Complaints to FDA: http://www.fda.gov/petfoodcomplaints
Complaints in WI: phone 612-758-7221
Our Veterinarians are affiliated with these associations:
American Veterinary Medical Association
Wisconsin Veterinary Medical Association
Northeast Wisconsin Veterinary Medical Association
Radiographic screening method for hip evaluation
American Association of Feline Practitioners
The American Association of Feline Practitioners improves the health and welfare of cats by supporting high standards of practice, continuing education, and scientific investigation.
Wisconsin Veterinary Corp
Veterinary disaster response team for Wisconsin
Wisconsin House Rabbit Society
A volunteer, nonprofit, organization dedicated to rescuing abandoned rabbits and finding them permanent homes and to educating others about the care and behavior of rabbits.
Cats Anonymous, Inc.
Cats Anonymous is a non profit organization whose sole purpose is to better the lives and reduce the number of stray and feral cats in Northeastern Wisconsin.