Dr. Kayla Rothstein
Dr. Rothstein is a graduate of the University of
Wisconsin-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine, where she received the
Josephine Walsh Compassion in Animal Care Award for exceptional dedication to
the care of companion animals. Dr.
Rothstein enjoys getting to know clients and working as a team with families to
find the right approach for their pets’ care.
Her areas of interest include:
Wellness & preventative medicine
Integrative medicine, including Small Animal
Acupuncture certification through CuraCore (2016).
quality of life, & client education
Learning new things to further advance the
standard of care for pets.
When Dr. Rothstein is away from the hospital, she and her
husband Adam enjoy spending time outdoors (camping, kayaking, summer and ice
fishing, & campfires), as well as cycling, going “up north,” and spending
time with family. They share their home
with Finnegan, a German Shepherd/Husky mix, as well as three cats named
Mewsette, Tarragon, and Lavender.”