Brook-Falls is Your Menomonee Falls Animal Hospital
Serving the Menomonee Falls & Brookfield, WI Area
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We Take Care of All Pets Big and Small!
We Offer Quality Compassionate Care for Pets and Their People. We treat Dogs, Cats, Small Mammals, Birds & Reptiles and Feature the Only Exotic Pet Veterinarians in the Area.
Only a true pet parent can understand the unconditional love of an animal. That unspoken support. That unwavering loyalty. That companionship that transcends words and touches your very heart and soul.
Here At Brook-Falls We Take the Animal-Human Bond Seriously
At Brook-Falls Veterinary Hospital & Exotic Care, a Menomonee Falls animal hospital, we understand these special relationships better than anyone. We get why pet health is important to every pet owner and why your pets medical care is vital to them having an exceptional quality of life. Why? Because we care. We are animal lovers through and through. Beyond all of the degrees we’ve earned to become an animal vet and the many years of experience we’ve amassed, we are pet owners just like you, devoted to providing the best life possible to the animals we love by way of exceptional veterinary care.
News from the Blog
Jennifer Bloss: We get a lot of questions on what foods should I feed my dog or cat and we get a lot of those questions, especially when people bring home new puppies like [Tula 00:00:22] here. One of the main important things is you want to make sure you are...read more
Companion Animal Parasite Council releases annual parasite forecast Menomonee Falls, WI June 3, 2019 Brook-Falls Veterinary Hospital and Exotic Care, Inc. is warning pet owners to keep a close eye on their animals when spending time outside this summer. Because...read more
Updated Heartworm and Lyme Disease Predictions for the US in 2019 – Recommendations for Annual Heartworm/Lyme Disease Prevention for Pets
The Companion Animal Parasite Council (CAPC) has just released its annual parasite forecasts for 2019, predicting an increase in the prevalence of heartworm and Lyme disease. CACP predicts that heartworm will continue to spread in the US at higher than average rates,...read more