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In the past few years, Brookfield Animal Hospital has:

More detailed stories below of how Brookfield Animal Hospital attempts to pawsitively impact the people and pets of our town.

Four of the World’s Dumbest Dog Breeds

Maybe you’re not imagining it. Maybe your dog really is dumb! Dr. Stanley Coren, a professor of canine psychology at the University of British Columbia asked 208 U.S. obedience trainers nationwide to rank dog breeds from smartest to dumbest.  Here’s a list of the canine world’s biggest ding-a-lings.

A Job Working With Animals

Animal healthcare is one of America’s fastest growing industries. A career in veterinary medicine can be a chance for people of all ages to have rewarding, recession-proof employment with good prospects of career advancement.

How To Pick The Right Dog For Adoption

Who are you and what kind of lifestyle do you lead?   Don’t go to the shelter and choose a pet with the most doleful eyes. Pets, especially dogs, will integrate themselves into your life and a good match is critical to long term happiness all the way...

Canine Good Citizen Prize

The AKC Canine Good Citizen Award is only given to dogs that can perform these ten tasks on command. Could your dog pass the test and earn a Canine Good Citizen Award?

Rescued Pit Bulls

Rescued pit bull puppies and other dogs make up a large portion of the animals that Brookfield sees on a regular basis. Once overlooked, placed in shelters, and sometimes even slated for death, the rescued patients of Brookfield occupy a large portion of our clients’ hearts. Article includes a certificate for 50% off your rescued pet’s first exam fee at Brookfield.

Build a Bike!

This past November, as part of our Brookfield Animal Hospital effort to give back to our community, our staff had fun competing with each other to assemble children’s bikes. Our staff divided into three teams. A jeopardy-style game was played, and the first team to...

Getting Bad News Before It’s All That Bad

I may get to keep my dog longer because Brookfield Animal Hospital found two life-threatening issues at their earliest stages. Never Expected Anything To Be Wrong During my dog Rye’s recent annual visit to Brookfield Animal Hospital, we both received bad news.  While...