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Beware Rat Poison & Other Rodenticides

Fall is the time of year when mice, rats, and other rodents start to scurry for warmth. And where do they find it? You guessed it – your home!

Be careful when it comes to mouse traps and rodenticides like rat and mouse poison. Nobody wants an infestation of mice, but many poisons that are currently on the market can be very harmful to dogs and cats. Direct ingestion can be deadly.  Make sure you talk to your veterinarian about methods of pest control that are safe for your pets.

Even if you don’t have a rodent problem or choose to deal with mice and rats humanely using live traps, you never know what methods your neighbors are using. The carcasses of rodents that have been killed by rodenticides can also be dangerous, so if you see the telltale tail dangling from your pet’s mouth, make sure he drops it and keep an eye on him, and if you think your pet has eaten any of the rodent, contact your veterinarian immediately. (Reprinted from Pet Health Network Pro)

Road Construction: You CAN get here from there!

Once again, it’s road construction season in Wisconsin and State Road 67, which runs in front of our clinic is getting a face lift. Although you’ll see the road construction signs and barriers from Hwy 43 to our north and Hwy 50 to our south, don’t be deterred, you still have complete access to the Elkhorn Veterinary Clinic. 

Office Hours:

Monday: Thursday: 7:30 am – 7 pm
Friday: 7:30 am – 5 pm
Saturday: 7:30 am – 1 pm
205 E O’Connor Drive, Elkhorn, WI 53121