N48 W14850 W. Lisbon Road
Menomonee Falls , WI 53051
USA

P: (262) 781-5277
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Brook-Falls Veterinary Hospital & Exotic Care


Brook-Falls Veterinary Hospital has been serving the people and pets of Menomonee Falls and Brookfield for over 50 years. In 2007, the clinic was purchased by Doctors Jennifer Bloss and Denise Follett. At that time, it was decided that a name change was in order so we officially renamed the practiced Brook-Falls Veterinary Hospital & Exotic Care, Inc. We felt that this more accurately demonstrated the extensive range of species that we now treat. Six years after the purchase, our brand new, 6,400 sq. foot, state of the art veterinary hospital was built

Jennifer Bloss, DVM

Dr. Jennifer Bloss is the co-owner of Brook-Falls and business partner with Dr. Follett. She studied Wildlife Ecology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison before being accepted into the University’s Veterinary School. At that time, the school didn’t have a formal exotics program, so Dr. Bloss spent a month of her senior year at the first exotics-only clinic in the country in Chicago. The experience she had laid the foundation for her mentoring other veterinary students interested in exotic animals.

Jennifer grew up in the Milwaukee area with her mother and two younger sisters. A shy child, she says that pets truly were her best friends! She grew up caring for dogs, cats, birds, hamsters, and gerbils. In 2007 she purchased Brook-Falls with Dr. Follett, where she practices veterinary medicine on a wide range of pets including dogs, cats, birds, reptiles, and small mammals.

Mentoring veterinary students in exotic medicine is a particular passion of Dr. Bloss’s—she allows students from all over the country to stay in her home while they are externing at the hospital! She also likes getting to know the client’s families and watching their pets and their children grow up. She is a past president of the Waukesha Veterinary Medical Association and has published articles in peer-reviewed veterinary journals.

Jennifer lives with her wonderful husband Ken who is very supportive of all the critters and veterinary students that rotate through the house.

They have two children who are in college. The family has two rabbits Bunbun and Nugget, a quiet, older, oversized Chihuahua named Bosco, a crazy overactive young boxer cross named Toula, a feisty cat named Steve the Monkey, and Hermie “the horrible”, a white-capped Pionus parrot.