Dr. Berglund is now in Mt. Horeb working out of Williams Small Animal Clinic. Dr. Williams has graciously allowed her to practice out of his clinic. Times will be limited, but she will be in M-W mornings to answer questions and fit you in if needed, with set hours Thursday and Friday. The online scheduler just didn't work so I am giving up on it. So . . . you can email the clinic to set up an appointment or you can call Williams Small Animal Clinic 608-437-3478. Please let them know that you are calling for Candlin Pet Hospital. For surgeries or pet euthanasia you will need to talk to Dr. Berglund by calling the clinic. Thank you. .
With pet obesity a growing issue, diabetes is becoming increasingly common among cats, according to veterinarian Elizabeth Arguelles. Diabetes can be fatal to cats if untreated, but with the right care, the disease can be managed. Signs of trouble include ravenous eating accompanied by weight loss, increased water intake and frequent urination. Cats displaying these signs need to be evaluated by a veterinarian