Serving Waukesha, WI

262-549-4CAT (4228)

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Dr. Jean McDonald is a native Wisconsinite. She earned a B.A. degree in English and a B.S. in meat and animal sciences, and she taught school prior to earning her doctorate in veterinary medicine in 1987 as a member of University of Wisconsin-Madison Veterinary School’s charter class.

 

During her seven-and-a-half years of diversified experience in a small animal hospital in Milwaukee, Dr. McDonald’s lifelong affinity for cats developed into a goal of specializing in – and limiting her practice to – the care and treatment of felines. She joined the Cream City Kitty Clinic in February 1995.

 

Dr. McDonald is well qualified in both surgery and internal medicine. Having experience living with kitties suffering from diabetes, kidney disorders and the many problems often associated with these chronic illnesses, she has a special interest in these diseases and other problems associated with aging in cats.

 

Dr. Ann-Marie Schmid graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine in 1996. With her undergraduate training in television and video production, she has produced several veterinary-training videos and has worked for Sony Studios as the personal vet for dogs Buck and Lucky of the TV show “Married with Children.”

 

Since graduation, she has worked for a small veterinary clinic in Franksville and is a partner for Cream City Kitty Clinic. She also owns and operates Dr. Schmid’s Mobile Veterinary Practice.

 

Dr. Schmid is owned by several chow-chow dogs, along with cats too numerous to count. Originally a self-proclaimed “dog person”, she obtained her first cat in 1987 while working as a veterinary assistant with Dr. McDonald. The rest, as any cat person can tell you, is history. She is a proud convert and happy to be considered one of those “crazy cat ladies.”

 

Dr. Schmid has attended numerous continuing-education seminars and is an active participant on the Veterinary Information Network. She has a special interest in feline viruses, such as FIV, and believes strongly in preventive medicine.

Give your cat the best care possible. Call 262-549-4228 or stop into our 1900 Pewaukee Rd. Suite A location today for affordable feline care.

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