Welcome to Marila Veterinary Clinic
MaRiLa Veterinary Clinic opened in January 2010. MaRiLa Veterinary Clinic is an alternative and traditional veterinary clinic offering both means of treatment for pets. We work with the pet's family to provide the best care. Our goal is to provide care at a reasonable price so that routine visits can be affordable and more advanced care can be done as needed. We feel everyone should be able to afford to get a diagnosis to their pet's problem, be able to treat them, and maintain quality of life for as long as possible.
Utilizing some of the best of both traditional and natural medicine, encouraging optimal whole - body health for your beloved pets.
-Dr. Mary Hess, D.V.M, C.A.T.
Dr. Mary Hess
In her free time Dr. Hess spends time with her two daughters, Mariah and Michaela, her two dogs, Whisper and Shadow and is servant to Monica, Claude, and Nancy. . She is also an avid biker of the Wisconsin rails to trails paths.
Sarah (Wykle) Willard
For those of you browsing this website for information on the use of essential oils in animal care, please consider the following.
Everything on this site is from clinical experience in treating the conditions. Clinical cases and outcomes from the use of essential oils continues to grow. Changes and updates are constantly being made as each pet incorporates essential oils into their wellness program. All of these cases are those that I have personally seen or consulted on. When consulting I depend on the pet/human family member to continue to follow and see their veterinarian. When this continuity of care is ignored, problems begin. Although this information is from a reliable professional source - Marila Veterinary Clinic, it still is an internet source and not a pet-owner-veterinarian relationship which is standard of care for any veterinary medical situation..
-Dr. Mary Hess
The information in the “handouts" is the work of Sarah Wykle, CVT. and Samantha Schultz, CVT.
If the information raises questions or concerns for your pet, Sarah would be happy to explain the information further or make an appointment so that the concerns can be addressed.
The Essential Oil information is from Dr. Mary Hess, DVM., CAT. Questions on use of essential oils in pets for specific conditions can be addressed through a consultation with Dr. Hess.