GREENFIELD, Wis., Oct. 20, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Greenfield Veterinary Clinic is pleased to announce that the facility will be sending two of their veterinary technicians to the American Association of Feline Practitioners annual conference. Dana Wilhelm and Brooke Jaeger will both be attending this specialist conference to expand their knowledge of feline medicine and learn more about feline infectious diseases and pediatrics.
The American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP) is a professional organization that supports and promotes the health and welfare of cats. Through publications, education, and relationships with other organizations, the AAFP is dedicated to supporting high standards of practice, offering continuing education opportunities, and enhancing scientific investigation as it relates to feline care.
Each year, the AAFP holds a conference focused on different issues related to feline healthcare. The focus of the 2017 AAFP conference is “Feline Infectious Diseases and Pediatrics.” This year’s conference will be held on October 19 – 22, 2017 in Denver, Colorado. Greenfield Veterinary Clinic will be sending two of its veterinary technicians – Dana Wilhelm and Brooke Jaeger – to the conference this year.
“Our entire team is dedicated to staying current on the latest in veterinary medicine,” says James P. Work, DVM, veterinarian and owner of Greenfield Veterinary Clinic. “This conference with the American Association of Feline Practitioners is a great opportunity for members of our staff to learn more about specialized care for felines.”
Greenfield Veterinary Clinic specializes in treating small animals, including cats. The clinic has decided to send two of its veterinary technicians to the conference to provide an important opportunity for them to advance their knowledge of feline healthcare. At the conference, the technicians will attend a number of educational sessions lead by leading veterinary professionals from across the country.
“We diagnose and treat many cats each year, and these kinds of trainings help ensure that our staff is up-to-date on the latest in feline healthcare,” says Dr. Work. “I know that Dana and Brooke will be able to bring back a lot of great information about how our team can improve feline care, particularly as it relates to preventing and treating disease.”
Greenfield Veterinary Clinic is currently taking on new patients, including cats, dogs, and other small animals. The team offers a range of services from routine wellness exams to emergency services and surgery. For inquiries or to make an appointment, call the Greenfield office at (414) 282-5230.
About Greenfield Veterinary Clinic
Greenfield Veterinary Clinic has 38 years of experience serving the veterinary needs of those in Greenfield Oak Creek and the Greater Milwaukee area. Specializing in diagnosis, treatment, and care for small animals, the clinic provides a range of individualized veterinary services including annual exams, vaccinations, lab work, x-rays, laser surgery, ultrasound, endoscopy, and dental services.
Greenfield Veterinary Clinic