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Veterinary Service, CareCredit accepted, Burlington WI

Patient Information

At Country Veterinary Service, we believe in keeping every owner informed on their pet’s health and veterinary care. This is essential to improving and maintaining a pet’s quality of life, health, and overall well-being.

Located in Burlington, WI, our animal hospital provides a wide scope of preventative and specialty veterinary services to dogs, cats, reptiles, and small animals throughout Southeast Wisconsin and Northern Illinois. No matter your pet’s needs, our team is here to answer your questions and provide comprehensive care with a compassionate, friendly touch.

Below you will find information pertaining to your pet’s upcoming appointment. You can also access patient forms and find answers to common animal care questions!

Call 262-763-2254 Today!

Office Information

As of March 30th, 2020, Country Veterinary Service is only offering curbside service. Please review our COVID-19 Safety Protocol before you drop your pet off for their appointment.

Patient Forms

Client Information Form

Pet Information

Payment & Authorization

I hereby authorize the veterinarian to examine, prescribe for, or treat the above described pet. I assume responsibility for all charges incurred in the care of this animal. I also understand that We will gladly prepare a written estimate for cost of services upon request (please ask technician or receptionist). I also understand that a deposit for surgery may be required at the time of drop off. We offer several options for payment including Cash, Checks, Care Credit, Visa, MasterCard, and Discover. We do not offer billing as an option. I have read, understand, and agree to the above terms.
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Veterinary Services in Burlington, WI

Animal Care FAQ

Education plays an important role in maintaining your pet’s health. When you have questions, we’ll be there to provide thorough answers and solutions to all of your pet’s immediate and long-term needs.

Here are frequently asked questions about pets!

1. Why should my pet have an annual preventative care exam?

Annual exams can detect health issues before the onset of noticeable symptoms. During a preventative care exam, we’ll check your pet’s skin, coat, eyes, ears, heart, musculoskeletal system, and examine their physical health.

If we notice abnormalities or areas where we can improve your pet’s diet and lifestyle, our team will make recommendations for procedures, foods, medications, and more.

2. What is heartworm disease?

Heartworm disease is caused by a parasitic roundworm and can result in severe lung disease, heart failure, and other health complications. Heartworms can transmit from one animal to another. If left untreated, it is potentially fatal in dogs, cats, ferrets, and other small mammals.

Signs of heartworm disease in dogs include:

  • Persistent dry cough
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Rapid breathing
  • Lethargy
  • Bulging chest
  • Weight loss

Signs of heartworm disease in cats include:

  • Difficulty breathing
  • Rapid breathing
  • Coughing or gagging
  • Vomiting
  • Lack of appetite or weight loss
  • Coughing
  • Fainting

We offer parasite control services and will work closely with you to provide your pet with the best options in preventative medications.

3. Should I worry about ticks?
Ticks are common in Wisconsin, but with proper monitoring and safeguarding measures, you can better protect your animal. Owners should apply flea and tick control medication; how often will depend on the specific medication recommended by our veterinarian. Anytime your dog, cat, or animal goes outdoors, make sure you check their skin and coat for ticks before they enter the home. Keep in mind that ticks don’t go away in the wintertime, so be sure to apply tick medications and routinely check your animal for ticks all year.
4. When should I brush my pet’s teeth?

The more often you brush your pet’s teeth, the better. Like humans, daily brushing is ideal for dogs, cats, and other small animals. Taking care of your animal’s oral hygiene can be challenging; if ignored, bacteria growth can lead to plaque and tartar buildup, which can result in other health complications. Aim to brush your animal’s teeth at least once per week. You can also give them teeth cleaning treats in the meantime.

5. Why is regular grooming important?

Good hygiene keeps your pet healthy and lowers their risk of infection and disease. Owners should aim to brush their animal’s fur every couple of days, or at least once per week. Be sure to check your pet’s skin and coat for abnormalities. Make regular bathing, nail clipping, hair trimming, and brushing teeth a part of your pet’s hygiene routine.

For more information,

 reach out to us today!

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Country Veterinary Service

2007 S Browns Lake Dr
Burlington, WI 53105

Phone:
262-763-2254

Fax:
262-763-9686

Office Hours

Monday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday: Closed
Thursday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday: 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Sunday: Closed