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Our Mission

Providing Milwaukee with Quality Health Care For Over 90 Years

Our veterinarians embrace the art of healing and the science of medicine to enrich the lives of our animal companions. We support you in making informed decisions that allow your pet to enjoy wellness as long as possible. Our hospital team inspires an atmosphere of compassion and respect for our patients, our clients, and for one another.

Our Veterinary Services

General Wellness

As your primary care veterinarian, we provide a full range of health services. In addition to regular checkups and preventative care, we also offer dental services, vaccinations, parasite control, and more.

General Wellness

As your primary care veterinarian, we provide a full range of health services. In addition to regular checkups and preventative care, we also offer dental services, vaccinations, parasite control, and more.

Diagnostics

Our veterinary clinic is equipped with state-of-the-art diagnostic imaging technology which allows us to quickly and accurately assess your pet's condition. We perform X-rays, Ultrasounds, and more.

Surgery

Our expert veterinary surgeons can perform a variety of services that your dog or cat may require, including spay & neuter procedures and soft tissue surgery to treat joint and bone problems.

Dentistry

Annual dental exams and cleanings are recommended to protect your pet from many health problems and help them maintain a healthy and clean mouth.

Dentistry

Annual dental exams and cleanings are recommended to protect your pet from many health problems and help them maintain a healthy and clean mouth.

Rabbits and Pocket Pets

We are able to provide special veterinary care for rabbits and other pocket pets at Small Animal Hospital. Learn more about our affiliation with House Rabbit Society.

End of Life Care

We know how hard it is to lose a beloved pet. We offer End of Life services to help you during this difficult time.

We Welcome You

The Small Animal Hospital would like to take this opportunity to welcome you and your pet. As you browse our website, it is our hope that you will learn more about our dedication to your family and the quality veterinary medicine and service we provide.

Our goal here at Small Animal Hospital has always been to assemble a veterinary health care team committed to exceptional client service and veterinary health care. Our team displays a commitment to our clients through continuing education, technological advances in veterinary medicine and service, and most importantly, providing compassionate care to all pets entrusted to us.

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Managing Your Pet’s Anxiety

Does your pet cower in fear during thunderstorms or hate to be alone? Although it doesn't seem fair, anxiety isn't just a human problem but can affect animals too. Fortunately, there are a few steps you can take to decrease your pet's anxiety.

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Managing Your Pet’s Anxiety

Does your pet cower in fear during thunderstorms or hate to be alone? Although it doesn't seem fair, anxiety isn't just a human problem but can affect animals too. Fortunately, there are a few steps you can take to decrease your pet's anxiety.

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Heartworm Disease

Heartworm, a life-threatening parasitic infection, sickens dogs, cats, and ferrets in all 50 states. Like many diseases, heartworm is much easier to prevent than treat. National Heartworm Awareness Month, held every April, offers a timely reminder of the devastating health effects of heartworm disease.

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Preparing for Kitten Season - Spay and Neuter Your Pets

Every spring and summer, animal shelters throughout the U.S. are inundated with litter upon litter of kittens. Many organizations resort to drastically reduced adoption fees and creative promotions to find homes for as many cats as possible. Unfortunately, there are never enough homes for all of the kittens born during the season. Luckily, cat owners can do something to reduce the number of unwanted kittens by taking a few of these steps.

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Lost Pet Prevention

Ten million pets wander away from their homes every year, according to American Humane estimates. Sadly, not all of them return home. July's National Lost Pet Prevention Month is the perfect time to take a few steps to help keep your pets safe.

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Summer Paw Care For Hot Pavement and Exercise Outside

Your cat or dog probably enjoys the beautiful summer weather just as much as you do. Unfortunately, your pet's chance of developing a heat-related illness or injury rises with the temperature. Whether your furry friend enjoys romps in the park with you or never ventures beyond your backyard, these tips can help him or her stay safe this summer.

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Managing Your Cat's Night-Time Activity

It's 2 a.m. and everyone is fast asleep, except for your cat. Your feline friend races through the house, skidding around corners and knocking over everything in its path. Although your cat might think that the middle of the night is the perfect time for these frenzied runs, you probably disagree.

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Common Pet Skin Issues and How to Treat Them

Does your pet frequently scratch, bite, or lick its skin? Allergies, parasites, and infections can cause a variety of itchy skin conditions in pets. These conditions are among the most common.

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How To Celebrate Your Pet

Have you planned anything special for National Pet Month in May? No matter what time of year it is, these six ideas can help you honor the special pets in your life.

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Keeping Your Pets Safe During Flea and Tick Season

Warmer weather brings the return of fleas and ticks throughout the entire U.S. Fortunately, keeping your pet safe from these tiny but troublesome pests can be as easy as taking a few simple precautions.

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What To Know About Bathing and Grooming Your Dog

If bathing your dog leaves you wetter than your pet, you may be wondering just how often you really need to wash your pet. Although most dogs don't require daily baths, washing them periodically improves their appearance, reduces odors, and helps keep their skin healthy.

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Client Testimonials & Reviews

We at Small Animal Hospital have been dedicated to providing our care to the community since 1929, and we strive to treat your pets with the same care and compassion as if they were our own.

Amazing facility and excellent staff. Nothing less than a stellar experience all around.

Brittany H.

The best in Milwaukee - I even make the drive from Madison 🐶💙

Keri S.

Excellent service and caring staff. I’ve been bringing my pets here for many years!!

Mary Lou S.