Labor Day Weekend

We are closed today, September the 4th, in observance of Labor Day. We will be back in the office Tuesday, September the 5th, for regular office hours. If you need assistance over the long weekend, please call Veterinary Emergency Services at 608-831-1101 or Madison Veterinary Specialists at 608-274-7772! Thank you and have a wonderful Labor Day!

One family member is allowed in the building per appointment with the exception of Euthanasia. Please continue to call when you arrive so that we can ensure that we have a room available for you! You are also welcome to continue to utilize curbside if you would like! We ask that technician appointments and medication pickups remain curbside as well. Thank you for your continued support and understanding! We will continue to have normal weekday hours Monday-Friday 8am to 5:30pm and will continue to be closed on Saturdays

We are accepting new clients with the veterinary clinic again! Please call us at 608-767-3400 to set up an appointment! We look forward to meeting you and your pets!

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More than ¾ of all respiratory infections in cats are caused by feline rhinotracheitis or calicivirus. These can cause cold-like clinical signs, pneumonia or other severe signs and are easily transmitted among cats through secretions. The good news: they can be prevented with regular vaccinations.


Did you know??

Disease immunity inherited by puppies and kittens thanks to their mothers' antibodies typically wears off at around 8 weeks of age. Since young animals' immune systems are still fragile at that stage, it's better to vaccinate your pet sooner rather than later.



Even if your pet stays mostly indoors, many contagious diseases are airborne and could even travel through an open window, says the American Humane Association—so regular vaccinations are crucial regardless of whether your pet goes outside.