Dear Loyal Clients,

Being a veterinarian at Green Bay Animal Hospital for the past 17 years has allowed me the pleasure of getting to know so many of you and your precious furry family members. During my time at Green Bay I have been surrounded by caring, wonderful clients, as well as an amazingly talented staff— it has been fantastic. Having said that, it is with a heavy heart that I share my departure from the Green Bay team. My last day at Green Bay Animal Hospital will be September 26th. An associate position recently became available at a feline exclusive AAHA practice in Scottsdale, AZ and the opportunity to relocate to a place I love to pursue my passion of feline medicine is an opportunity I just cannot pass up.

Rest assure, Green Bay will continue to be the same amazing, caring, compassionate, high-quality hospital it has always been. The rest of the team that you know and love lead by our hospital manager Nancy Haras, along with Drs. Periman, Fitzgerald, Feucht, Bartell and Hendrix will be here to continue to provide the great quality care you have come to expect from Green Bay Animal Hospital. Please know that they will be actively searching for a new veterinarian to join the team soon too.

On a more personal note, it is difficult to express how the clients and patients at Green Bay Animal Hospital have made it a truly exceptional place to practice medicine. For 15 of the last 17 years I have commuted every day down from Kenosha, WI because all of you are so wonderful, and this is really a very special animal hospital. I want to thank you all for making me the veterinarian I am today, I will miss everyone immensely.

My Deepest Regards,

Dr. Cindy Menke

Dr. Periman going to Puerto Rico to help with the relief effort

Dr. Periman and her cohort of volunteer veterinarians and veterinary technicians have been asked by FEMA and the Humane Society of the United States to take their skills to Puerto Rico to help with the recovery effort.

Dr. Periman has been volunteering for the non-profit organization VIDAS ( doing high volume spay/neuter campaigns in Mexico since 2004. In order to maintain the high standards with which these campaigns are performed by VIDAS in Mexico, all of the surgical equipment including surgery tables, portable anesthesia machines, surgical instruments, and supplies will be shipped to Puerto Rico for the 10 day campaign in March of 2018.

This is a great new opportunity for VIDAS to help where there is such a need due to the massive devastationcaused by hurricane Maria last September. If you have any questions about the work, please ask Dr. Periman.

We are very proud of her work with VIDAS and she is excited to be a member of the Puerto Rico team. Please join us in wishing her the very best on this trip!


Dr. Erica PerimanDr. Erica Periman has again been asked by to join the team of veterinarians traveling to Puerto Rico to help with the relief effort from the aftermath of hurricane Maria. She feels very privileged to be part of such an amazing and elite team of volunteers.

ViDAS is the lead group for the campaign organized by the Humane Society of the United States. They safely spayed and neutered over 3400 cats and dogs in six days of surgery during the last campaign in February 2019 and they hope to break the record this trip! They are run completely by hard-working volunteers.


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