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1040 Fond du Lac Avenue
Kewaskum, WI 53040-9583
Phone: (262) 626-2380
FAX: (262) 626-8169


Monday/Wednesday: 8am to 6pm
Tuesday/Thursday*: 8am to 7pm
Friday: 8am to 5pm
Saturday: 8am to 1pm
Sunday: Closed
*The clinic will be closed every Thursday from 12pm to 2pm for a staff meeting.

Our Services

We are committed to promoting responsible pet ownership through preventative health care and health-related educational opportunities for our clients. Kewaskum Veterinary Clinic strives to offer excellence in veterinary care to Kewaskum, WI, and all of the surrounding area. Some of the services we offer include:
Preventative Wellness Exam
Kitten/ Puppy — Our staff is prepared to help get your kitten/ puppy started on the right path to a long and healthy life. The first few months are a critical period in your pet’s development, and we can give you the support and tools necessary to help them grow into a well-mannered, healthy cat/dog. Some of the information discussed in our exams include advice on nutrition, training, behavior, and socialization. For more information, please refer to the “New Pet Owners” tab listed above.

Adult — Bringing your pet in for a preventative wellness exam can help reassure you that your dog or cat is healthy and/ or help us detect hidden diseases or conditions early. Your pet will be thoroughly examined from the tip of their nose to the end of their tail, during their physical assessment. Appropriate vaccinations, preventatives, and/ or diagnostic testing (blood/ fecal/ urine/ etc.) will be discussed and determined based on their lifestyle.

  • Weight consultation — An estimated 45% of all U.S pets are classified as overweight or obese. Obesity prevention is important to your pet’s longevity and preventing serious conditions like: arthritis, heart disease, and/or diabetes. Our doctors can help provide consultation on an optimal weight and a weight loss treatment plan.

Geriatrics — A comprehensive senior exam is essential in maintaining your pet’s health and wellness as it ages. Early detection of disease is key in treatment. There are a variety of age related changes that can occur such as arthritis, cancer, diabetes, heart disease, hormone disorders, kidney, or liver problems. When caught early, these diseases can become more manageable.

Laboratory (In-House/ Out-House)

Heartworm/ tick (4DX) — Annual screenings are essential in detecting both heartworm disease (transmitted by mosquitoes) and/ or Lyme, Anaplasmosis, or Ehrlichia– three of the most common tick- borne diseases. Our in-house test can have results in as little as 8 minutes.

Hematology/ Chemistry (CBC/ CHEM) — A full blood panel can help diagnose multiple illnesses accurately and quickly, as well as, provide quantitative tracking for certain conditions. Tests can be done either in house or sent out to our outside lab. **Required for all surgical procedures.

Fecal — A comprehensive screening that tests for intestinal parasites and/or protozoa.

Urine — Routine screenings can help diagnose suspected UTIs (urinary tract infections) and/or give us insight to how the kidneys are functioning.

Thyroid (T4) — A basic total thyroid level can help indicate potential hypothyroidism (low thyroid activity) or hyperthyroidism (high thyroid activity). This basic test can be performed in house with further testing being sent to an outside laboratory if needed.

Diagnostic Imaging

Radiographs — A non-invasive procedure that allows our staff to diagnose the state of your pet’s skeletal structures and body cavities. Imaging may also provide the presence of many foreign objects if you suspect an ingestion.

Ultrasound — A non-invasive technique that uses sound waves to capture images inside the patient’s body.

Endoscopy —The use of specialized video cameras to evaluate the esophagus and stomach in a minimally invasive manner. In most instances, endoscopy is performed for diagnostic purposes allowing visualization and sampling of abnormalities. It may also be the treatment of choice for esophageal and gastric foreign bodies, as it can be used to remove a variety of foreign objects with little risk to the patient.

Surgical Procedures
Using modern equipment and an experienced team, we aim to provide your pet with high-quality surgery in a safe environment. Our team of skilled veterinarians and technicians are ready to provide your pet with a variety of things to ensure your pet remains safe and cared for throughout the day. Each procedure consists of pre- surgical bloodwork, multiple medications to cater to your pet’s nausea, pain, etc., surgical monitoring system(s) – with both machines and a designated technician, and lots of TLC throughout the day. Your pet’s safety remains our top priority which is why we utilize advanced anesthetic and surgical techniques to help ensure our success and your pet’s recovery.

Below are some of the procedures that we offer. Please do not hesitate to call and inquire about these or any other procedures.

  • Alteration(s)
    • Ovariohysterectomy (spay)
    • Castration (neuter)
  • Advanced soft tissue
    • Aural hematoma
    • Laceration repair
    • Lumpectomy (mass/ tumor removal)
    • Ophthalmic
  • Professional dental prophylaxis
    • Tooth extraction(s)
    • Dental imaging
  • Orthopedic
    • Extracapsular repair (CCL)
    • TPLO
    • Luxating patella
    • Amputation
  • Urogenital
    • Pyometra
    • Cystotomy
  • Gastrointestinal
    • Foreign body removal
    • Splenectomy
Laser Therapy
Laser therapy is a non-invasive treatment used in pet rehabilitation to speed up the body’s natural healing process and relieve pain. It’s a great option for post-op, geriatric patients, soft tissue injuries, skin trauma, and chronic conditions like arthritis.
Diets & Supplements

Diets — we partner with Royal Canin, Chicken Soup, and iVet to meet our patients’ unique dietary needs.

Many of these diets can be purchased through our online store.

Standard Process — High-quality, whole food-based, canine, and feline nutritional supplements. Please click the “Standard Process” link (listed above) for more information

Chinese herbal therapy — We offer assessment via Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine to determine a basic herbal therapy for your pet to help with various conditions such as anxiety, arthritis etc. This modality is very complementary with other services such as acupuncture.

End of Life Services

The word “euthanasia” literally means “good death”. As the only medical profession licensed to perform this gift, we take the utmost pride in having the technical and medical skills necessary to provide a peaceful end-of-life experience for your beloved pet. Our services include hospice (a type of care focused on providing comfort and pain management during their final moments), in- clinic euthanasias, and in-home euthanasias. Partnering with Midwest Cremation Services, we are able to provide cremation and memorial options including, but not limited to, private cremation (ashes are returned), communal cremation (ashes are respectfully disposed), paw prints, paw print plaques, paw print shadow boxes, and many others.