The Welcome Waggin' was founded by Dr. Lisa McIntyre in 2007 with the goal of providing exceptional care and service in your pet's home environment. By minimizing the stress of travel, reducing the likelihood of disease transmission, and observing your pet in its natural surroundings, we are able to help maintain your companion's optimal health and well-being. Home veterinary care is ideally suited for working professionals, busy parents, multiple pet owners, the elderly or disabled, and owners of animals that become anxious in a hospital setting. As a pet owner, you are fortunate to live in an area supported by veterinary specialty centers and 24 hour care facilities. We are privileged to work with these hospitals or your existing animal clinic to provide the most comprehensive veterinary care.
Veterinarians Drs. Lisa McIntyre & Lauri Safford
Assistant Sarah Salazar
|2863 West 95th Street Suite 143- Box 387 Naperville, IL 60564
Pet sitting offered by: Calvin & Paul McIntyre, Dr. McIntyre's twins who are
seniors attending Neuqua Valley. Call/text: 331-305-0483
Leah Senese, a junior at Neuqua Valley, is also available to pet sit. Call/text 630-946-3088 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Keep the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center number on your "favorites" list: (888) 426-4435. Another great tool is this Chocolate Ingestion Calculator!
A new client testimonial... February 2018
It has been a bit over 5 years since I had to let go of my dear cocker spaniel, Checkers. He was my companion and "soul mate" if such a bond can exist. His 17-year-old body was failing him, but his deep commitment to life inspired me. I was fighting for my own life: late stage cancer treatment had me weak. But Checkers, who had been at my side every day, clearly needed to go 'home'. I had to let go of him during my darkest hour. But Welcome Waggin made this necessary, final goodbye bearable. She was so kind, warm, and empathetic. Her gentle words as I held him in those final minutes, feeling his warmth slip, were reassuring and tender. I miss my dear Checkers to this day. I survived the cancer, mourning losing him. But her gentle care made this seemingly impossible--but humane--choice doable. I can not express my gratitude enough.
The Welcome Waggin' Mobile Veterinary Service offers our patient form(s) online so they can be completed it in the convenience of your own home or office.
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