Dr. Helene Keily
Small Animal Veterinarian
Dr. Helene Keily graduated from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan with a Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine in 1986. Dr. Keily worked in western Canada in equine, beef and companion animal practices, where she discovered a heartfelt committment to helping pets and their people. She moved to Wisconsin in 1993 and worked in Menomonie and Rice Lake before joining the small animal practice at the Barron Veterinary Clinic in 2001.
Dr. Keily's work is focused specifically on pet practice. She regards patients as part of her extended family and finds it is very rewarding to care for them at all life stages while sharing in the lives of both pets and their families. Dr. Keily’s energy is concentrated on small animal anesthesia, surgery and dental procedures. She also has a keen interest in endocrine diseases like diabetes, as well as the health and wellness of senior pets. Dr. Keily is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, the Wisconsin Veterinary Medical Association, the Northwest Veterinary Medical Association, the American Association of Feline Practitioners and the Veterinary Information Network
Dr. Keily lives with her husband, George and son, Jackson (away at college) and their many pets in rural Hillsdale. Six cats keep them busy, while Misty and Chili remain forever in their hearts. Dr. Keily is a member of First Lutheran Church, enjoys working out at the Barron Area Community Center, playing racquetball, walking, biking, and swimming. Quiet time is spent reading, watching hockey and visiting.
Dr. Keily is pictured with Misty and Chili.