Rebecca Dallwig, DVMEmergency Service
    Education:

    Dr. Dallwig graduated from the University of Wisconsin – School of Veterinary Medicine.

    Experience:

    Dr. Dallwig completed a one year internship at the VCA Emergency Animal Hospital & Referral Center in San Diego, CA and one year at the University of Illinois Veterinary Teaching Hospital in Wildlife and Exotic Animal Medicine in Urbana, IL.

    She completed a one yer residency with the Chicago Zoological and Aquatic Animal Program in Chicago, IL and worked part-time relief at Chicago Exotics Animal Hospital in Skokie, IL. Dr. Dallwig previously worked at Arbor Ridge Pet Clinic in Madison, and at Saukville Veterinary Clinic.

    WVRC:

    On what she enjoys most about working at WVRC…“I have always found both medicine and science intriguing, and with my love of animals, it was a natural fit to become a veterinarian.”

    Affiliations:

    American Veterinary Medical Association
    Wisconsin Veterinary Medical Association

    Professional Interests:

    Dr. Dallwig’s professional interests include exotic animal medicine and surgery.

    Research & Publications

    1. Dallwig, R., Whittington, JK, Terio, K., and Barger, A. Cutaneous mast cell tumor and mastocytosis in a Black-masked love bird (Aganpornis personate). J Avian Med and Surgery. 2012; 26(1): 29-35.
    2. Dallwig, R., Mark A, and Mark J Acierno. Determination of plasma osmolality and agreement between measured and calculated values in healthy bearded dragons (Pogona vitticeps). J Here Med Surgery. 2011; 42(4); 205-213
    3. Dallwig, R., Langan, JL. Hatch, DA, Terio, K.,  Demitros, C. Bilateral hydronephrosis secondary to endometriosis managed by ureteral stent placement in a captive guinea baboon (Papio Papio). J Zoo Wils. Med. 2011; 42(4): 747-750.
    4. Dallwig, R., Paul-Murphy, J., Medlin, S., Vaughan, C., Sullivan, L., Thomas, C., Ramirez, O., Herrera, G., and Sladky, K. Hematology and clinical chemistry values of free-ranging basilisk lizards. Basiliscus plumifrons, in Costa Rica. J Zoo and Wildlife. Med. 2011; 42(2); 205-213.
    5. Dallwig, R. Therapeutic Review: Allopurinol. Journal of Exotic Pet Medicine, Vol 19, No 3 (November), 2010: pp 225-257.
    6. Dallwig, R. Therapeutic Review: Allopurinol. Journal of Exotic Pet Medicine, Vol 19, No 1 (January), 2010: pp 101-104.
    7. Dallwig, R.K, Hanley, CS, Ballegeer, EA, and Steinberg, H. What Is Your Diagnosis? Aspergillosis. J Am Bet Med Assoc. 2007: 231(2); 205-6
    8. Sladky, KK, Miletic, V., Paul-Murphy, J., Kinney, ME, Dallwig, RK, and Johnson, SM. Analgesis efficacy and respiratory effects of butorphanol and morphine in turtles. J Am Vet Med Assoc. 2007: 230(9); 1356-62.Rebbeca Dallwig, DVM

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