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The Buzz: Vet makes housecalls

New service brings vet to homes for animal care

Feb. 22, 2013
 
Veterinarian Kirsten Franke with patient Annie.
Veterinarian Kirsten Franke with patient Annie. / Photo submitted by Debbie Daanen Photography

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ReadySetVet is a new veterinarian service that does house calls.

Kirsten Franke, DVM, travels to homes to provide animal care as well as in-home euthanasia services for pets.

Franke previously worked at Great Lakes Veterinary Clinic in Neenah and as a shelter veterinarian at the Fox Valley Humane Association, where she continues part-time.

In her new business, Im reaching out to clients who arent able to come into a practice setting, she said.

So far, shes gotten a good response based on word of mouth and Facebook exposure, she said.

www.ready-set-vet.com, 920-205-0484

Maureen Wallenfang: 920-993-1000, ext. 287, or mwallenfang@postcrescent.com; on Twitter @wallenfang

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