Compassionate Veterinary Care You Can Trust
Every stage of your pet’s life is special – from when they’re small and new in the world to their later years. Located in Burlington, WI, Country Veterinary Service wants to be there through all stages of your pet’s life and provide compassionate medical care and love for their healthiest and happiest well-being.
As a full-service animal hospital, we are equipped with the technology and resources to provide affordable medical care for dogs, cats, reptiles, rabbits, pocket pets, and other small animals throughout Southeast Wisconsin and Northern Illinois.
From annual checkups, vaccinations, and spaying/neutering procedures to orthopedic animal surgery and specialty veterinary care, we do it all under one warm and welcoming roof.
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Emergency Veterinary Care
We provide emergency veterinary services for all patients during our normal business hours.
We offer after hours emergency veterinary services for current patients we have seen within the last year.
Dr. George is available by telephone and will advise on a course of action.
If your pet is experiencing an emergency, please call our office for assistance.
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Pet Wellness & Preventative Health
At Country Veterinary Service, we believe being proactive is the first step to helping pets live longer, happier, and healthier lives. That’s why we take a dynamic and personalized approach to your pet’s health to help them achieve their best life and well-being.
Here are the preventative veterinary services we offer to promote optimal health and wellness.
Preventative Care Exams
Annual exams monitor your pet’s health as they progress in age and development. With early detection of diseases, health problems, and orthopedic conditions, we can optimize your pet’s treatment plan.
Think of preventative care exams as “physicals” for your pet. We will examine everything from their skin, ears, eyes, and musculoskeletal system. We can also provide vaccinations, intestinal parasite testing, heartworm/tick disease testing, feline leukemia/FIV testing, and more.
Vaccinations can prevent many dangerous and potentially fatal diseases. When needed, vaccinations can be administered at the time of your pet’s annual preventative care exam. Our veterinarian will discuss your pet’s vaccination schedule and provide recommendations for their current and future needs.
Comprehensive Examinations for Illness/Injury
When illness or injury strikes your pet, our team will be there to provide a proactive solution. After completing a thorough physical exam and intake of your pet’s medical history, we will assemble a diagnostic and treatment plan specifically for your pet’s immediate and future needs.
Our team is here to answer your questions and discuss your pet’s treatment plan, test results, and estimations for recommended procedures.
Parasites can affect the health of your pet and your entire family. We recommend annual intestinal parasite testing to screen for the following:
- Fleas & Ticks
In positive cases, we will prescribe a dewormer medication specifically for your pet’s needs. We can also recommend and prescribe your pet’s monthly heartworm and flea/tick preventative medications.
Becoming lost or stolen is a frightening situation no animal should ever have to experience. By microchipping your pet, you can increase the likelihood of identifying them and having them returned.
A microchip is a tiny computer chip that carries a registration number and your contact information. Once injected under the skin between the shoulder blades, scanners ﹣ which most animal hospitals and shelters carry and utilize ﹣ can detect the information embedded in the chip.
You can schedule most of these implants as an office visit or they can be done at the time of a scheduled surgical procedure for a $5 discount.
Medications can play a crucial role in your pet’s continued care, and we strive to keep you informed on their treatment plan every step of the way. We provide routine blood work and monitor your pet’s medications for extended use, efficacy, side effects, and possible drug interactions.
For your convenience, our in-house pharmacy and online store offer medication at competitive pricing.
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Veterinary Specialty Care
Country Veterinary Services provides comprehensive specialty services you won’t find at other animal hospitals in Burlington, WI. We treat dogs, cats, reptiles, rabbits, guinea pigs, and a variety of other small mammals!
When your pet requires surgery, our team will do everything we can to make your pet feel comfortable and safe every step of the way. We work diligently to provide the best surgical services through strict attention to surgical and sterile techniques, quality instrumentation, continuing education, training on surgical procedures, and staff teamwork.
We are proud to offer the following surgical services:
- Orthopedic Surgery
- Bladder Stone Removal
- Wound Repair
- Growth/Mass Removal
- Foreign Body Removal
- Feline Declaws
We also perform many MMP and tightrope procedures for orthopedic knee injuries.
From cleaning, polishing, administering digital x-rays, and educating owners on animal oral hygiene, we’ll optimize your pet’s dental treatment plan for the healthiest gums and teeth.
Our goal is to detect and treat a variety of conditions, including flea allergies, skin infections, and mites. We work closely with every owner to determine the best diets, shampoos, topical medications, and products for their pet’s needs.
Rabbits, Reptiles, & Pocket Pets
Finding adequate and advanced care for your rabbit, reptile, or small mammal is not always simple. At Country Veterinary Service, our trained and specialized veterinarian can treat your pet and advise you on their dietary, maintenance, hygiene, and medical needs.
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2007 S Browns Lake Dr
Burlington, WI 53105
Monday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday: 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM