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National Rescue Dog Day Raffle!
This Friday, May 20, is National Rescue Dog Day! To celebrate, we’re having a raffle with proceeds going to Wags 2 Wishes Rescue! Enter for a chance to win a single swim session at Wag ’n Paddle and a Wheatland goodie bag! Stop by the front desk after your appointment, or during business hours to enter our raffle for the rescue dogs!
$2 for 1 Raffle Ticket
$5 for 3 Raffle Tickets
*One winner will be chosen and contacted on 5/20.
Makin' Strides for Strays
29th Annual Walkathon
We had SO much fun at the 29th Annual Strides for Strays event benefitting A.D.O.P.T. Pet Shelter!
Makin’ Strides for Strays is an annual event that has become a family tradition for Naperville and surrounding communities. For 29 years, A.D.O.P.T. Pet Shelter has held this walkathon to raise funds to support the animals we care for while they wait for their forever homes.
Help the Pets and People of Ukraine
Medical supplies and Dry Pet Food Drive
We want to say a big THANK YOU to our generous clients, friends and family for making our drive for the people and pets of Ukraine a HUGE success! We collected over 35 bags of dry pet food and boxes full of medical supplies!
Cradles to Crayons Children's Coat Drive
We kicked off 2022 with a bang! Over the past month, we were able to collect enough winter coats for at least 30 children across the Chicagoland area. Our practice manager Joanna and our marketing coordinator Ashley had the opportunity to personally deliver the collection of coats to The Giving Factory in Chicago! Cradles to Crayons is a non-profit organization that provides children from birth through age 12 with every day essentials they need to thrive.
Thank you SO much to our clients, friends and family for taking the time to come in and donate winter gear! We appreciate you more than you know.
To learn more about Cradles to Crayons, head to: https://www.cradlestocrayons.org
Baby Pack Drive
In October, Wheatland Animal Hospital hosted a Baby Care Pack donation drive for an expecting refugee mother. We want to say thank you to our wonderful clients, friends and family, for making our drive a HUGE success!!
Wheatland staff delivered the Baby Pack donations to Azizah, an expecting refugee mother in Chicago! Azizah is due in February 2022 with a baby boy! She graciously welcomed us into her home and introduced us to her family. She wanted to extend her sincere appreciation for making such a difference in her life and giving her newborn a great start.
Pinot's Palette Pet Project
It sure was a blast at Pinot's Palette - Naperville! Everyone became artists and painted beautiful portraits of their furry friends.
On Sunday, September 26, Pinot's Palette hosted a Pet Project event where their talented artists took us through the steps to create our very own pet portrait. Participants also received a goodie bag on behalf of Wheatland Animal Hospital.
Thank you again, Pinot's Palette - Naperville for having us and hosting a wonderful event. We had SO much fun!
Check out our amazing pet portraits!
Our Wheatland family has very exciting news!
This past week Dr. Roger Dupuis was awarded the Dr. Irwin Small Distinguished Alumni Award for his 50 years of veterinary services, including mentoring many pre-vet students in the Naperville area and service to the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Irwin Small is a former University of Illinois Veterinary School faculty clinician, who was a great mentor, teacher and animal lover.
Dr. Chris Dupuis, Roger’s son, presented him the award - how cool! Chris is the current president of the University of Illinois Vet Med Alumni Association. Dr. Peter Constable, the Dean of the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine, is also pictured.
Did you know that Dr. Roger Dupuis opened Wheatland Animal Hospital in 1990? While retired from active practice, Dr. Dupuis still assists in the management of our clinic and frequently offers advice to the rest of our staff. We thank Roger for his commitment to veterinary medicine and Wheatland Animal Hospital.
Pictured left to right: Dr. Peter Constable, Dr. Roger Dupuis and Dr. Chris Dupuis.