Animal hospital staff attends conferenceSuperior Animal Hospital announced five doctors and 21 staff attended the Wisconsin Veterinary Medical Association 2013 Winter Retreat held at the Glacier Canyon Lodge & Conference Center in Wisconsin Dells.
Superior Animal Hospital announced five doctors and 21 staff attended the Wisconsin Veterinary Medical Association 2013 Winter Retreat held at the Glacier Canyon Lodge & Conference Center in Wisconsin Dells.
The areas of focus for the retreat were:
• Reviewing the role of veterinary medicine in public health and zoonotic diseases.
• Discussing the importance of strategy and determining which opportunities would be most advantageous for our practice.
• Creating a culture of accountability.
• Remembering why we do what we do and
• Focusing on a team approach to preventative care plans.
A highlight of the retreat was the 18th annual Pet Hall of Fame Luncheon where distinguished pets were honored in professional, companion and hero categories.
Sir Chip of Munk “Alvin,” a 4-year-old English Labrador owned by Ron Simonick, was inducted into the professional category for his service to his owner who has a medical condition that greatly limits his mobility.
“Schoep” a 19-year old German Shepard mix owned by John Unger, was inducted into the companion category for his devotion and lifelong friendship to his owner.
The U.S. Military Working Dogs were inducted into the hero category for deployment worldwide to support the war on terror, helping safeguard military bases and secure our freedom.
Superior Animal Hospital is committed to constantly improving so we can be of best service to our clients and patients. The hospital is working toward offering Preventative Health Care Plans. The plans would include recommendations for basic preventative care with options of additional screening, laboratory tests and dental care at discounted rates. These would allow our clients to pay for their services spread out monthly over 12 months through automatic withdrawal from their checking accounts once enrolled in the plan.
Call 715-392-6211 or visit www.superioranimalhospital.com.