Veterinary Services in Lomira, WI
For over 35 years, Veterinary Village and International Canine Semen Bank has provided pet owners in Southeast Wisconsin and Northern Illinois with a comprehensive range of veterinary services. Our state-of-the-art facility in Lomira, WI is designed to provide your pet with modern veterinary care in a comfortable, welcoming setting.
Our practice was founded in 1982 and has provided the highest quality veterinary care ever since. Together with our staff, our team of veterinarians are committed to providing your pet with a customized care plan that fits their needs. We will work with you to ensure they live a happy and healthy life. Our goal is to provide pet parents with the tools and resources they need to understand their pet’s health and treatment options.
Our Veterinary Services Include:
We recommend regular wellness exams to help monitor your pet’s health. Scheduling regular wellness visits can help us detect any health issue in its earliest stages, which can prevent more costly and complicated procedures down the line. During the exam, we will perform a nose-to-tail physical check-up, administer any needed vaccines, perform parasite screenings, and address any questions or concerns you have about your pet’s health and wellbeing.
Our focus is helping you keep your pet happy and healthy. When your pet is ill or injured, we are here and ready to help. We provide sick care services for all of our patients. During the appointment, we will perform a physical examination, diagnostic tests, and work to efficiently and quickly diagnose their condition.
Pet Dental Care
Like humans, routine dental care is important for maintaining good overall health for your pet. Our practice offers a full range of pet dentistry services including teeth cleaning, polishing, extractions, restorations, and more. If you notice your pet has bad breath, broken or loose teeth, abnormal chewing or drooling, or discolored teeth, bring them into our office for a dental exam. Our staff will work to diagnose and effectively treat the problem.
To ensure your pet’s safety and comfort, our professional dental cleanings are performed under general anesthesia. During the cleaning, we will remove tartar and plaque buildup on the teeth, polish the teeth, clean below the gumline, and complete any necessary x-rays or extractions.
Spay & Neutering
If your pet is not being used for breeding, we may recommend spaying or neutering. Our recommendation is pets have this surgery no earlier than 6 months of age. In addition to traditional spay/neuter services, we offer ovary sparing spays (the uterus is removed for birth control, but the ovaries are spared) and vasectomies (the testes are retained, but the vas deferens is interrupted for birth control). We recognize you and your pet each have their own needs, so we will work with you to determine which option best fits your situation.
There are lots of questions on WHEN to spay and neuter, so much so that we’ve devoted a page to that very issue:
The Spay Neuter Controversy – What Age? Which Procedure?
Vaccines are one of the most powerful tools in your pet’s health care plan. As such, they require limited and judicious use. Since 2002, our doctors have carefully evaluated each patient’s lifestyle and medical needs and customized a vaccination protocol for you r pet. One size does not fit all. Using titers and nomograms from Dr. Laurie Larson and Dr. Ron Schultz’s Lab at the University of Wisconsin Veterinary Medicine Teaching Hospital, we can create a vaccination protocol tailored to your pet’s health care.
In addition to general veterinary care, Dr. Greer has a passion for canine breeding and reproduction. Our practice serves breeders both locally and out-of-state. For more information about our breeding and reproduction services, please visit the Breeding Section of our website.
Deciding to declaw your cat can be a big decision, and we are here to answer any questions you may have and address any concerns. Despite its name, declawing is actually the removal of the last bone in each toe of the foot. Removing this joint prevents any regrowth, as the entire claw is removed.
This procedure is done under general anesthesia to ensure the safety and comfort of your cat. It is typically just done on the front feet, as the back claws help your cat run, leap and balance. Declawing may be necessary if your cat’s claw is damaged beyond repair, which may be causing them discomfort. If your immune system is compromised or your cat is destructive and causing injury to you or your family members, you may want to consider declawing. Together, we can help you determine if this procedure will fit your needs and situation.
Helping your pets live a happy, healthy and pain-free life is one of our priorities. We provide a variety of medications and therapies to help manage your pet’s pain before and after surgical procedures or in the event of trauma of chronic illness. Our team will discuss with you the available options and together, we will determine which pain regimen fits your pet’s needs.
Spinal Manipulation Therapy
Spinal Manipulation Therapy is one of the pain management modalities we offer. These types of treatments are used in conjunction with traditional veterinary treatments. This may be a good treatment option for pets suffering from trauma, disk injuries, or after surgery. During this treatment, adjustments are made to increase bloodflow to the spine and nerves, which can help alleviate pain, improve nerve health, and increase joint strength.
Pet Laser Therapy
During laser therapy, a beam of light is used to penetrate tissues and promote healing. This aids in pain reduction and inflammation, and can promote and faster healing time for your pet. This treatment type is scientifically proven to be successful in treating acute and chronic conditions. We use this treatment for the following conditions: arthritis, wound healing, post-surgical healing, and more.
Pet Pharmacy & Prescriptions
Veterinary Village is proud to provide our clients with a well-stocked, on-site pharmacy. This ensures your pet’s prescriptions can be filled quickly and you can begin treating their condition as soon as possible.
You can refill your pet’s prescriptions in several ways. Call the clinic at 920-269-4072, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We ask for 24 hours notice to fill your pet’s medication, so a doctor can sign off on your pet’s treatment. Our doctors review each and every medication order to ensure your pet receives accurate treatments.
If you want your pet’s prescriptions shipped to you please visit our online store where you can order the medication shipped directly to you! You can even set up an auto-ship option for frequently used items like flea, tick, and heartworm medications.
“Dr Greer is the best! The facility and staff are outstanding. I drive 45 minutes for this Vet, and would probably drive twice that if I had to.”
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“Dr Marty and company are the best! I drive an hour and a half each way and wouldn’t go anywhere else.”
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“Excellent service, caring staff! I love these people who make my pets feel better!”
– Amy –
“What a wonderful facility and great employees at Veterinary Village.”
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