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November 2020 COVID-19 UPDATE - PLEASE READ!!!  

We are still here and still seeing appointments! Even though the safer at home order was lifted in Wisconsin we have made the decision to continue the "Pet's only Policy" in the building until further notice. This is to continue to protect you as well as our staff so we can remain open to serve you. Exceptions to the "pet only policy" will still be on a case by case basis only and if allowed masks will be required.  For more information on what the "pet only policy" means please continue reading as we have a paragraph describing what that entails. We have returned to seeing annual appointments and vaccinations and routine surgeries but we are finding that we are "backed-up" from our time period of doing essential care only. This means for routine surgeries or annual exams and vaccinations we may not have an opening for you and your pet for a few weeks so please be patient with us we will work with you to get you seen as soon as possible.  As before do not hesitate to continue to utilize our online store to order food and medications!  As always, contact us if you have any questions or concerns. Our phones are busy, so please be patient.  We may also be reached via email at [email protected]   Stay well, The doctors and staff at Wittenberg Veterinary Clinic

***Are we taking new clients?: Yes and No....We are taking new clients as our schedule allows. For new patient wellness and pre-surgical exams we are more than happy to see you but there may be wait times of 1-3 weeks before we can get you in. If you have an ill pet that needs immediate attention or needs to be seen within 24-48 hours we will fit you only if our schedule allows. If we are fully booked you may be referred back to your primary or to the emergency clinics in Kronenwetter, Appleton, or Green Bay.***

 As of March 18, we have been implementing a “Pets Only Policy.” This means that all owners need to remain out of the building, and we will offer you “Curbside Service.” There may be exceptions made on a case-by-case basis for humane euthanasia only. Please understand that this policy is meant to protect everyone- clients and staff. If we become sick, or exposed and under self-quarantine, we won’t be able to remain open and be of service to you. This is an extreme measure to observe social distancing during this pandemic, and we are asking for your patience and support as we implement this policy. It is still imperative that we know if you, or someone in your home, has been sick or has recently traveled in areas with COVID-19, so please be forthright with this information. Once you arrive at WVC: Please call 715-253-3884 and let us know you have arrived. Please remain in your car with your pet. We will transfer you to one of our technicians/assistants who will take a brief history and discuss any concerns and questions you may have, as well as ask the make, model, and color of your car. Soon after, we will come to your car and collect your pet, to bring it into our building. Once the veterinarian has reviewed the history and done a physical exam, she will call you and discuss things in more detail, as well as recommend a plan for diagnostic tests if needed. An estimate will be discussed and verbal authorization given for treatment obtained during this phone call. We will continue to communicate with you by phone, as we report results and form a treatment plan. All payments for services will be made over the phone if you are paying with a credit card, and from your window if you prefer to pay with check or cash. We will deliver your pet and any medications to you in your car when the appointment is finished. We are truly sorry for this inconvenience, but feel it is the safest way to move forward during this pandemic. 

 Helping our Clients Stay Healthy During the COVID-19 Pandemic WVC is planning to remain open with regular business hours unless otherwise directed by local health officials. We recognize that you may have concerns regarding going out in public over the next few weeks and we would like to tell you what we are doing to help you stay healthy. Our sick employees will be staying home, as well as those sharing a home with someone that may have COVID-19. Although it is unlikely pets become sick with COVID-19 or pass it to humans, pets from an infected home will be handled as a source of potential spread of the virus. We will limit exposure of these pets to specific area of the clinic and minimal number of staff, and will use protective clothing when handling them. If possible, pets from homes with COVID-19 will not be seen unless they are sick and require urgent care. If you are at greater risk of getting sick (over the age of 60, immune-compromised, or have other health conditions that put you at risk), please inform us prior to your appointment and we will take extra care to protect you and your pet during the visit. No details are necessary; just tell us you are at risk and need extra precautions. In this case we will wear protective clothing when handling your pet so as to protect you. In addition to routine cleaning, we will be sanitizing common areas frequently, following advice from the CDC. Important Information Regarding COVID-19 and Your Pet Can you give your pet COVID-19? Can your pet give it to you? . For more information go to: https://www.wormsandgermsblog.... and search for COVID-19

Welcome to Wittenberg Veterinary Clinic Companion Animal
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If you live in Wittenberg or the surrounding area and need a trusted veterinarian to care for your pets – look no further. Your pets’ health and wellbeing are very important to us, and we take every possible measure to give your animals the care they deserve.

Wittenberg Veterinary Clinic Companion Animal is a full-service animal hospital and welcomes both emergency treatment cases as well as pet patients in need of routine medical, surgical, and dental care. We have years of experience treating serious conditions and offering regular pet wellness care. Beyond first-rate pet care, we make our clinic comfortable, kid-friendly, and calm, so your pet can relax in the waiting room and look forward to meeting our Wittenberg veterinarian.

We are happy to offer a number of resources that enable you to learn about how to take better care of your pets. Please feel free to browse our site, particularly the informational articles. The best veterinary care for animals is ongoing nutrition and problem prevention, so becoming knowledgeable about preventative pet care is essential to the ongoing success of your animal’s health. If you have any questions, call (715) 253-3884 or email us and we'll promptly get back to you. Our Wittenberg veterinarian office is very easy to get to -- just check out the map below! We also welcome you to subscribe to our newsletter, which is created especially for Wittenberg pet owners.

At Wittenberg Veterinary Clinic Companion Animal, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.

Wittenberg Veterinarian | Wittenberg Veterinary Clinic Companion Animal | (715) 253-3884

103 E Vinal St
Wittenberg, WI 54499

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