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Lake Mills Veterinary Clinic
- We'll be open on Christmas Eve from 8am-12pm, and closed on Christmas Day.
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Our clinic in a nutshell...
As one of only a handful of clinics across the country with a full-time behaviorist on staff, we blend our medical expertise with advanced behavioral skills, and this makes a big difference for you and your pet. From helping your dog bravely step on our lobby scale, to coping with the noises and strange body positions of taking an x-ray, and everything in between, a behavioral approach can turn hisses into purrs, and growls into wags.
Beyond a full-service veterinary clinic, we provide wellness care, dental care, and soft-tissue surgery. In partnership with a local specialist, we also offer in-clinic orthopedic surgery. With comprehensive in-house laboratory and radiology equipment, and access to countless external laboratories, research facilities and specialty providers, our doctors diagnose and treat cats, dogs and cattle, along with occasional horses, goats, rabbits, guinea pigs, chickens and other animals in need of care.
Our 10-person team offers a combined 105+ years of experience in animal care and veterinary medicine. We have achieved certifications and specialized training in fields including behavioral therapy, veterinary dentistry, canine ophthalmology, Canine Rehabilitation Therapy, surgical anesthesia, phlebotomy, and dermatology.
We offer on-call and emergency services, including referrals to skilled regional emergency clinics. We also provide emergency care and regular herd health visits for local Wisconsin farms.
Call or stop by anytime to meet us in person!
William Stork, DVM
Lake Mills Veterinary Clinic | (920) 648-2421
W7797 Hwy V
Lake Mills, WI 53551
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