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  • The Coronavirus: Should You Worry About Your Pets?
    The Coronavirus is a deadly virus impacting the lives of millions. Should you worry about the virus in your pets? Dr. Wes Arnett discusses all the details right here. Read more
  • Dog Farts: Why do they happen so often and how can we help?
    If your dog is farting more than usual, this might be a concern. There are lots of causes of dog farts, and luckily, there are also lots of ways to help with them. There are even times when dog farts can be a sign of an underlying problem. So, how do you know when to be concerned? Read more
  • From Cradle to Grave: How I, your family veterinarian, experiences euthanasia...
    You bring me your puppy - she licks my face, chows down the cookies I offer, nibbles on my shoelaces. This is how our friendship begins. Several visits later, he Read more
  • Using a pet sitter? Important tips to know
    Leaving your pet behind with family or friends while you travel or vacation? Here are some tips on what information to leave for the sitter: Read more
  • Toybox Training - Train Your Dog to Put Toys Away!
    It's a dream-come-true when our children to put away their own toys but, did you know, that you can train your dog to put his/her own toys away as well? Follow my step-by-step guide below and your dog will be cleaning up after themselves in a few weeks. Now, back to Netflix! Read more
  • How to tell your dog you love them using their own language!
    Pup parents know that our dogs love us deeply, even if they do not express it in the same manner that humans do. Recently, behavioral research saddened dog lovers when it showed that most dogs don’t like to be hugged. But, that is not to say our pups don’t enjoy receiving affection – they actually live for our love and approval! Read more
  • Why do cats have whiskers? What is whisker fatigue?
    While “whisker fatigue” might sound like something you get from kissing an unshaven man, it is actually a condition that can affect cats, causing them a good deal of stress. Learn more about whisker fatigue, and how amazing your cat’s whiskers are, below. Read more
  • Xylitol Poisoning in Dogs…It’s Deadly!
    So what exactly is Xylitol? Xylitol is a naturally occurring substance that is used as a sugar substitute. It's a sugar alcohol and found naturally in berries, plums, corn, oats, mushrooms, lettuce, trees, and some other fruits. Read more
  • Traveling with Pets - Your All-In-One Guide
    Almost a third of all Americans will travel more than 50 miles this holiday season. Many of those trips will include the family pet. Much like traveling with young children, traveling with your pet requires some extra planning and preparation to ensure a stress-free travel experience. Read more
  • What is that yellow ribbon?
    A yellow ribbon around a dog’s collar is to help children identify that you need to proceed with caution. The dog may not be child friendly, may have fear or anxiety issues, or may be overly excited. Either way, caution should be applied when approaching. Read more

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Monday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Saturday:

8:00 am-12:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

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Read What Our Clients Say

  • "Hugo our Great Pyrenees loves Waunakee Vet Clinic and also how fabulous he looks after his shampoo, cut, and blow out from his leading stylist Courtney!!!!!
    Best staff and always so welcoming!
    5 stars ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️"
    Tami H.
  • "Our family put our trust in Dr. Arnett and his staff when our cat was bitten by a dog.. Dr Wes and his staff took great care of us and our cat, Niko, immediately on a Saturday morning. Niko ended up needing a leg amputation and had to stay for a few days. Once again his staff was awesome and their facility allowed us to fine and visit him one on one in our own private area. Highly recommend!!"
    Michael F.