Winter 2007 Mews Letter
Changes at FVCC
- We would like to welcome our new Certified Veterinary Technician Jennilyn Kuchta. She graduated from Madison Technical College with her Veterinary Technician Degree in 2006. Jennilyn has special interest in Laboratory, Surgery and is looking forward to helping with Kitten Pre-School. Her hobbies include cooking, wine tasting and watching movies. Jennilyn resides in Little Chute with her 3 cats Fatty, Biki and Dexter. She is a great addition to our family.
- We are also very proud to introduce our newest feline edition to the Fox Valley Cat Clinic...Max! We adopted him from Saving Paws, and so far he loves the clinic life. Max is a talker and walks around like he owns the place. On his afternoons he enjoys snuggling on Dr. Flatley's "comfy chair" and getting attention from the staff! Max loves being petted so if you see him when you stop in give him some love!
The staff at FVCC have been keeping up with current information by attending important educational courses.
Jennifer Schloss has completed the Idexx Fecal Analysis online course, Feline Pain Management webinar, and attended the AAFP fall conference about Feline Dentistry and Diseases of the Head and Neck, which includes info on:
Jennilyn Kuchta has also finished the Idexx Fecal Analysis online course and Feline Pain Management webinar.
Dr. Flatley attended the 5 day Continuing Education Study with the AAFP on Feline Dentistry. There she learned many new dentistry procedures, treatments and pain management. She also continued her education in regards to the diseases of the head and neck. It was a very informative 5 days and she is bringing lots of new knowledge back to use in our clinic.
-Dental pain relievers
-Nerve Blocks/Oral Pain
- 12/10/07 Saving Paws Thompson Community Ctr. Meet & Greet
- 4/12/08 OAHS Half Marathon & 5K
Saving Paws Volunteer Orientation held multiple times/month.
Please call or e-mail for more info!