Appointments

Louie enjoying his appointment with Dr Schilling.

Louie enjoying his appointment with Dr Schilling.

Forty minute appointments allow animals to relax making Veterinary Spinal Manipulation easier, more effective and longer lasting. It also improves the patient’s attitude about coming for a visit!

The timing and number of treatments required to resolve a problem depends on the condition being treated and the severity of the problem. A schedule of weekly treatments for two or three weeks is common. Chronic problems will require ongoing maintenance.

To make an appointment with Dr. Schilling to help your four legged friend, please call 608.452.2185.  Please see note below about call completion issues. You can email me by clicking on the blue “email Dr. Jan” button in the right side of the page. Be sure to add my email address to your address book so my reply doesn’t get sent to spam.

House calls and farm visits are available with in a 70 mile radius of Coon Valley, WI.

 Appointment Schedule:

Covid Update: 

I am open for business.

I am now allowing clients into the office, one at a time, if they are fully vaccinated. I am STILL requiring masks for office visits. House calls are suspended until the pandemic is over.

Be safe and be well.

 

I have a new office to see small animals in beautiful downtown Coon Valley. My new telephone number is 608-452-2185. Please call or email to schedule an appointment. I still don’t have a haul-in area for horses so barn calls are currently the only option for equine sessions. Maybe next year?  Farm calls have an additional trip charge.

The second Wednesday afternoon of each month I will be at Fun Fur Pets at 1404 Green Bay St, in La Crosse, WI. My next visit is scheduled for June 23rd.  Second Wednesdays for 2021 are: January 13, February 10, March 10, April 14, May 12, June 9, July 14, August 11, September 8, October 13, November 10, and December 8.    My Fun Fur Pets visits are filling up fast. Please make your appointments early.

Just for June, July and August I will also be at Fun Fur Pets the fourth Wednesday afternoon of the month. June 23, July 28, and August 25.

Call me at 608-452-2185 to make an appointment. You can email me  at DrJanatVet-Energydotcom (please use the @ symbol for “at” and . for “dot”). Your furry friends will thank you.

Thursdays I will be doing surgeries for the CATsNIP Clinic. The CATsNip clinic is a service of Alter-Ations, Inc., a humane organization located in Vernon County, WI to assist low income cat owners and caretakers of outdoor cat colonies to get their cats spayed and neutered. Donations are VERY welcome. http://CATsNIPclinic.org/

Call Completion Issues

I have become aware that some people trying to reach me using their cell phones (especially Sprint/Boost Mobile customers) are experiencing what is called “rural call completion failure”. For more info visit http://reedsburgutility.com/phone/call-completion-issues for an easy to understand explanation.

If you call me and don’t get an answer or my voice mail you have three options to try to reach me.

1)email me by clicking on the blue “email Dr. Jan ” button on the right side of the page or at drjanatvet-energydotcom using the appropriate symbols for “at” and “dot”. Be sure to put my email address in your address book so my reply doesn’t go to spam.

2) If you still have access to a land line that is a good way to reach me. You can leave a cell phone number for a call back if you wish. So far the land line to cell phone calls don’t seem to be a problem. Please make sure your voice mail is set up and has room in it.

3) If your only option is a cell phone and you can’t get through to 608-452-2185, you may leave a message on my cell phone, 608-632-1441, BUT because I have poor cell service here I will be using the cell phone as a remote voice mail and you may not hear from me the same day you leave a message. Again please make sure your voice mail is set up and isn’t full. Texting is NOT an option.

If you are experiencing call completion failures REPORT them to your service provider and on line to the FCC. Get more info at FCC.gov.

 

 

 

 

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