Desktop users must have flash installed to watch livestreams. She wanted to provide very similar maintenance as freestanding clinics, when McIntyre launched the Welcome Waggin’ 10 years ago.
She briefly leased space to perform surgeries.
Whenever adding a $ 25 to $ 75 travel fee to come to patients’ homes, she built what she calls a ‘fearfree’ practice that concentrates on essential internal medicine, dermatology, and preventive care. Her ‘4 person’ team needs them to an animal hospital, when pets need specialized treatments. I learned pretty fast you can’t do everything and do it well, she says. As a result, buddy, who has begun losing control of his bowels. Now she must deal with the sudden gastrointestinal distress of one of her 1 remaining pooches. Glen Ellyn resident Susan Andrews first encountered Welcome Waggin’ in March when she faced one of those ‘circle of health’ situations with her elderly poodle. McIntyre listens patiently as Andrews lists treatments litany she’s tried, including energy healing, Chinese herbs, and chiropractic care, stopping just pretty short of a fulltime shaman.
Besides, the day last patients have been a trio of cats who live near downtown Naperville.
Callie, a 15yearold gloomy haired tabby; and Bailey, at 18, the elder Maine coon statesman, pair struck up a friendship and expected it was an ideal idea for McIntyre to get a gander at Disney, the Reher family’s ‘ninemonthold’ Maine coon.
McIntyre met Kim Reher, ‘Lululemonwearing’ house mother, in an exercise class. Accordingly a few months later, the lab results come in. Salazar enthusiastically offers to swing by later in the week for a sample, when Reher casually mentions that Disney’s poop had been extra smelly lately. Now let me tell you something. In simply under a couple of minutes, Welcome Waggin’ crew administers 4 rabies sets shots, checks Bailey’s bloodwork for doable hyperthyroidism, considers a solution for Callie’s allergies, and diagnoses Disney with a pesky case of ear mites. On occasion Welcome Waggin’ caters to different creatures, her patients were probably nearly exclusively dogs and cats.
Oh, and when McIntyre’s next vet on staff, Lauri Safford, rushed to a farm in Plano to perform an emergency Csection on a goat. Like time the team bandaged a bitten bunny at a Plainfield petting zoo that came thisclose to becoming dinner for an escaped hawk. McIntyre has attracted a specific clientele. We see their quirks and what parks they search for, We understand where our clients work and what their schedule is probably like. It’s more individualized care than you are usually planning to get in most clinics notably massive corporate clinics, she says after we stop by Downers Grove to check on a seizure prone Westie mix named Coconut. It was sitting on a dedicated deep freezer/’pretty short term’ pet morgue.