What are your hours?
Monday – Friday 8:00am-5:00pm
Monday – Friday 8:00am – 5:00pm
closed 12:00pm – 1:00pm for lunch hour
Doctor hours are Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2:00pm – 5:00pm
Please call to schedule an appointment.
What forms of payment do you accept?
Mastercard, Visa, Discover, American Express, Care Credit, Checks with proper identification, and Cash.
Do you offer payment plans?
No, payment is due at time of service. Care Credit offers payment plans.
Apply online https://www.carecredit.com/apply/ or call 1-800-677-0718
What vaccinations are required by law?
Rabies vaccine is required for dogs and cats that are 14-16 weeks of age or older. This vaccine must be administered by a veterinarian.
How do I know if my pet needs dental work?
Plaque buildup, bad breath, and problems while eating may be a good indicator. A doctor can confirm whether your pet would benefit from a dental cleaning.
Can you fax copies of my pet’s vaccination certificates to my kennel or groomer?
Yes, as long as they have a fax number. Email is an option as well.
Do you have microchips available?
What vaccinations does my puppy need?
See our New Puppy Kit Sheet
What vaccinations does my kitten need?
See our New Kitten Kit Sheet
Do you have boarding facilities available?
Yes, we offer boarding for both cats and dogs. Please call to check availability and to make reservations.
Do I need to schedule an appointment?
Yes, patients are seen by appointment time during regular office hours.
What kinds of animals can you take care of?
We offer care for a variety of large and small animals. Please contact the office to schedule an appointment or consult with a doctor.
What should I do if my pet gets ill or injured after hours?
Call the clinic phone number, (715) 597-3158, where your call will be transferred to one of our veterinarians. Please leave a detailed message and a phone number where you may be reached so that a doctor can return your phone call.
Payment is due at time of service for emergency services.
Large Animal Questions
Can I avoid paying a farm call fee?
Yes, you can bring your horse to us. Some exams and procedures can be performed in the clinic’s yard or indoor stock. When you call to schedule an appointment, ask if you can bring your horse to us. On the day of your appointment, remember to allow enough time to load your horse into your trailer.
What vaccinations does my horse need?
The American Association of Equine Practitioners considers these to be core vaccinations:
• Eastern/Western Equine Encephalomyelitis
• West Nile Virus
If your horse travels, such as going to horse shows, or is boarded with horses that travel, then the following should be considered as part of their vaccination schedule:
Potomac Horse Fever is not common in Wisconsin, but the vaccine is available if your horses are traveling to PHF-endemic areas.
Discuss your horse’s risks with a doctor to tailor an appropriate preventative care plan.
Can I give my horse their vaccinations?
Vaccines are available for purchase and owner administration.