Posted October 02, 2018 06:58:07A veterinary technician at the Heartland Veterinary Center in rural Waukesha County, Wisconsin, says the location of the facility has been controversial since its opening two years ago.
On Friday, the center opened to the public with a sign that read, “Heartland Veterinary Clinic – Wisconsin.
We’re open to anyone.”
But for those who have been following Heartland since the beginning, they’ve been on the receiving end of criticism for some time.
One of the reasons the site has drawn so much scrutiny is that the facility’s location has attracted a lot of controversy from some of its patients and veterinarians.
A new petition started by veterinarians at the hospital states that it’s time for the site to be reevaluated.
The Heartland Vet Clinic is not just a veterinary clinic, but a community clinic as well.
It has a large community of volunteers, and they’ve worked hard to get to this point, said veterinarian Erin DeMint.
DeMint said Heartland’s community outreach staff is a big part of what made it a successful community clinic, and it’s a concern that they haven’t been properly vetted.
DeMunt said that Heartland vets have had to undergo extensive background checks and security checks, but the organization has not done any of those checks on its volunteer vets, nor have they been vetted for their ability to treat patients.
DeBary said that she has been the target of numerous hate mail on social media, and has even received death threats.
But she said that there has been an uptick in patients coming to the clinic to see her, and that she is happy to help them if they need help.
The main reason people are coming to Heartland is because of the patients, DeMirtsays.
They’re just so grateful to have somebody who cares and cares about them.
But they also need a vet that has compassion and love for people, she said.
DeVries says she’s never met a vet who didn’t feel a connection to their patients.
She has had to do a lot more than meet the demand.
She’s also seen a lot people go from being just strangers to people who are now relatives, DeBary says.
Heartland vets are known for their caring and compassionate nature.
DeBry said that they have helped people from all walks of life get through some of the toughest times, including cancer, diabetes and multiple sclerosis.
DeLeesveteran veterinarians have even made it to the top of the list of top 10 most wanted fugitives in the U.S. for animal cruelty.
According to the FBI, they are being sought for crimes including: animal cruelty, child endangerment, assault, drug trafficking and human trafficking.
DeBrary has been able to keep her home free of dogs for a while, but she said she’s not letting that stop her from continuing to care for her patients and friends.
She said that her hope is that people will find compassion and empathy for those she serves.