Dr. Thomas N. Tenorio
Auburn University, 1984
'When we first came to the metro Milwaukee area, we had a veterinarian diagnose our dog with a disease he didn't have. Dr. Tenorio quickly identified the error and treated him appropriately. We have been going back with all of our pets for over 25 years now. The staff is attentive and responsive. They offer many options to accommodate your comfort level and budget. I have recommended them to many friends/co-workers and will continue to do so with confidence.' ~ C.S.
Dr. Elaine Binor
University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2005
Certified in Veterinary Acupuncture and Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner
'We love Dr. Binor and have for years! She is so knowledgeable, has a wonderful personality, and is so responsive. Her patients and their parents are fortunate to have her. The entire team is fantastic!' ~ P.H.
Dr. Mary Volkers
University of Prince Edward Island, 2003
'Dr. Volkers is without a doubt the best vet we have ever had for our pets. She is kind, very knowledgeable, a great listener, and one of the nicest people we have ever dealt with for our pets. the staff is wonderful I can't think of any time we have ever had to ask twice for anything.' ~ J.O.
Dr. Ericka Haynes
University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2007
'Of all the doctors I have ever met ( in all fields of medicine) Dr. Ericka Haynes is my favorite. She's caring, gentle and my dog LOVES her. He wags his whole body and flips over on his back when he sees her. I'm glad she's our vet!! We love her.' ~ A.C.
Dr. Stephanie Pasowicz
Oregon State University, 2016
Dr. Pasowicz is known for being a huge Badgers and Green Bay Packers fan and she is also a devoted mom to her Siberian Husky, Kaiya. She enjoys being a veterinarian because it’s a field that is constantly changing and evolving as new information and research leads to new treatment options and advances in how we can help our patients live longer, healthier lives.
In her work, Dr. Pasowicz strives to provide the best care possible for our four-legged friends that cannot speak for themselves. She enjoys all aspects of veterinary medicine, but is especially interested in endocrinology and rehabilitation.
'Dr. Pasowicz, as well as the rest of the staff, were awesome. I brought in my new puppy and even though I had been a previous client with a senior dog who had passed, Dr. P took lots of time answering my puppy questions. Dr. P went the extra mile to help my puppy's first vet experience be a very positive one.'' ~ L.D.
Dr. Mallory Bonstrom
University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2018
Dr. Bonstrom is the proud mom to two feline furkids, Beanie and Maverick, and in her spare time enjoys rowing, running and traveling. She chose to go into veterinary medicine because she enjoys helping people through helping their pets and she is particularly interested in integrative medicine, surgery, preventive care and working with senior pets.
Her approach to medicine is collaborative – she seeks to work together with pet parents to help them provide the best possible care to their furry family members. That’s part of why she enjoys working at the Wauwatosa Veterinary Clinic, because “our clients consider their pets as part of the family and they want to do what’s best for them.” She is currently working on her Veterinary Acupuncture certification and has been treating pets with acupuncture at the Wauwatosa Veterinary Clinic since 2018.
'The care provided at Wauwatosa Veterinary Clinic is incredible. Dr. Mallory Bonstrom was absolutely fantastic. She has a great bedside manner with the pets and the owners. She is compassionate, empathetic and truly cares about her patients. She went above and beyond to ensure that we were well educated about our pet's test results and all of the treatment options. We truly felt llike we got the absolute best care. We highly recommend Dr. Bonstrom and the Wauwatosa Veterinary Clinic!'