Hallett Veterinary Hospital, INC.

5744 Brown Street
Oconomowoc, WI 53066



Dr. Heidi Hallett

Dr. Heidi Hallett is a
1990 graduate of
UW School of Veterinary Medicine.

Dr. Heidi and Dr. John are married and have two sons and a Labrador Retriever named Birkie. Dr. Heidi is a member of the American Association of University Women-Oconomowoc chapter. She enjoys playing basketball and volleyball as well as oil painting and book club. Click here to see Dr. Heidi's artwork.

Continuing Education Meetings Attended by Dr. Heidi Hallett:

American Animal Hospital Association
Nashville, TN 2017

American Animal Hospital Association
Austin, TX 2016

American Animal Hospital Association
Tampa, FL 2015

North American Veterinary Conference
Orlando, FL 2014

North American Veterinary Conference
Orlando, FL 2012

Topics included:
Small Animal Dental Radiology.  GI Obstruction, Rads & Ultrasound.  Alternative Medical Treatments for Hyperthyroid Cats.  Acute Pancreatitis.  CPCR Updates.  Canine Aggression. Behavioral Strategies to Improve Weight Loss in Pets.  An Endocrine Approach to Obesity in Dogs.  Common Questions about Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus.  New Medical and Nutritional Approaches for Managing Feline Constipation, Obstipation, and Megacolon in Cats.  Leptospirosis:A Re-Emerging Disease.  Behaviour:Early Fear in Dogs, and Early Intervention with Diet and Medication.  Nutrition and the GI:Therapeutic Options.  Probiotics Update.  Approach to the Paraparetic/Paraplegic Dog.  Update on Treating Pinnal Vasculitis.  Anesthetic Complications and Their Management.  When to Recommend Senior Diets.  Healthy Longevity:The Biology Behind the Aging Process.  Significance, Diagnosis, and Treatment of Proteinuria.  Parasite Prevention 365 Days a Year.  Dogs, Ticks, and Disease.  The Pruritic Cat.  Creating a Cat Friendly Practice.

North American Veterinary Conference
Orlando, FL 2010

Acute Renal Failure:Diagnosis and Management Strategies
Save the Tooth, Save the Jaw:Advanced Periodontal Therapy.
Evidence-Based Review of Surgical Treatment for Canine Cranial Cruciate Ligament Rupture
Beyond Culture:Unraveling the Role of Bacteria in Gastrointestinal Disease
Feline Pancreatitis
Understanding Intestinal Microbiota-A Role for Probiotics
Repair of Oro-Nasal Fistulae
Canine Mast Cell Tumors
Feline IBD (Inflammatory Bowel Disease):Diets, Bacteria, Diagnosis
Addressing Behavioral Welfare of Dogs and Cats at Home and at the Veterinary Clinic
Evidence-Based Approach to Management of Chronic Kidney Disease
Diagnosis and Management of Feline Hyperthyroidism
The Effect of Stress, Fear, and Anxiety on Behavioral Health and Welfare
Diagnosis and Management of Feline Diabetes
Diagnostic Approach to Lameness
MRSA in the Veterinary Environment
Canine and Feline Demodicosis
Understanding and Working with Reactivity in Dogs
Feline Friendly Handling

North American Veterinary Conference
Orlando, FL 2008

45 hours of continuing education including:
Lyme Disease Consensus and Update, Testing and Treatment, Feline Nutrition, Separation Anxiety, Behavior Modification, Feline Renal Disease, Mammary Tumors, Fluid Therapy in Critically Ill Dogs & Cats, Periodontal Disease Management, Insulin Therapy in Dog & Cats, Feline Cardiomyopathy, Blood Chemistry Profiling and Trending, Dermatology updates, Feline Colitis, Feline Vomiting, Nutrient Support in Canine Heart Failure

North American Veterinary Conference
Orlando Florida 2007

35 hours of continuing education including:
Feline Idiopathic Cystitis, Current Trends in Feline Urolithiasis, Canine Hypoadrenocorticism, Canine Hyperadrenocorticism, Feline Weight Loss Programs, Update on Canine Influenza, Feline Osteoarthritis, Advances in Heart Failure Management, Feline Pancreatitis, Dentistry Laboratory, Dental Radiology Laboratory, Diarrhea in Kittens and Cats, and The Hyperthyroid Cat.

North American Veterinary Conference
Orlando Florida 2005

32 hours of continuing education including: 
The hyperthyroid cat with renal failure, feline hepatic lipidosis prevention and treatment, Atkins diet for dogs and cats, cancer and non-steroidal drugs, ear flushing and medical treatment of otitis externa, dealing with the allergic dog, urinary obstruction and incontinence, managing the neonate, aggression in cats, and canine atopic dermatitis.

North American Veterinary Conference
Orlando Florida 2004

27 hours of continuing education including:
Feline obesity, chronic renal failure, chronic valvular disease, West Nile Virus update, heartworm disease in cats, dental resorptive lesions, hypertension, keratoconjuctivitis sicca, pancreatic diseases, feline asthma, and feline miliary dermatitis.