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Lake Mills Veterinary Clinic


Our clinic in a nutshell...

As one of only a handful of clinics across the country with a full-time behaviorist on staff, we blend our medical expertise with advanced behavioral skills, and this makes a big difference for you and your pet. From helping your dog bravely step on our lobby scale, to coping with the noises and strange body positions of taking an x-ray, and everything in between, a behavioral approach can turn hisses into purrs, and growls into wags.

Beyond a full-service veterinary clinic, we provide wellness care, dental care, and soft-tissue surgery. In partnership with a local specialist, we also offer in-clinic orthopedic surgery. With comprehensive in-house laboratory and radiology equipment, and access to countless external laboratories, research facilities and specialty providers, our doctors diagnose and treat cats, dogs and cattle, along with occasional horses, goats, rabbits, guinea pigs, chickens and other animals in need of care.

Our 10-person team offers a combined 105+ years of experience in animal care and veterinary medicine. We have achieved certifications and specialized training in fields including behavioral therapy, veterinary dentistry, canine ophthalmology, Canine Rehabilitation Therapy, surgical anesthesia, phlebotomy, and dermatology.

We offer on-call and emergency services, including referrals to skilled regional emergency clinics. We also provide emergency care and regular herd health visits for local Wisconsin farms.

Call or stop by anytime to meet us in person!


William Stork, DVM  
Lake Mills Veterinary Clinic | (920) 648-2421
(800) 524-4363

W7797 Hwy V
Lake Mills, WI 53551

Meet Our Skilled Team

Learn Who We Are

  • William Stork, DVM

    A 1992 graduate of the University of Illinois, Dr. Stork, a cradle flatlander moved to Lake Mills and fell in love with Wisconsin.  The Midwestern work ethic, friendly people and rolling countryside suited his blue collar upbringing perfectly.

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  • Beth Wilder,
    DVM

    Dr. Beth Wilder is a 2010 graduate of Wisconsin, and her special interests are client communication, education, dentistry, soft-tissue surgery, and pain management. At her previous clinic, she conducted drug trials and introduced low-stress cat handling techniques.

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  • Gregg Stephan,
    DVM

    A graduate of Jefferson High School, Dr. Gregg Stephan learned to pregnancy-check cows behind Dr. Ed Detmers, shortly before Dr. Stork. His early years in practice were spent in Elkhorn, Wisconsin, until 1994, when he established the Animal Hospital of Sun Prairie. During his tenure, Sun Prairie grew from burb to a city, and AHSP grew into a state-of-the-art hospital. After 23 years at the helm, in the face of family matters and management fatigue, Dr. Stephan stepped down from the practice he established, knowing he still had some gas left in his tank.

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  • Deanna Clark, DVM, CCRT

    Dr. Clark moved to Ohio on May 7, 2018. Good luck, Deanna! We'll miss you!

Testimonials

Read What Our Clients Say

    The kindest and most compassionate staff. Dr. Stork is always wonderful with all my pets.

    -Danielle B.

    Our dog has been a patient here since she was first brought home at 8 weeks old (Dr. Clarke stayed late on a Saturday to give my puppy fluids while I cried holding my baby dog). Our sweet Dog will now be 12 years old on Feb. 27th. We love this clinic and all they have done for us and our sweet dog.

    -Melissa Dunnavan F.

    The best staff around! We are so happy we found this clinic when we moved up here. Everyone takes the time to answer any questions you may have and makes sure your pet is taken care of as opposed to your wallet taken advantage of. We can't say enough about how we appreciate everyone at this clinic. :)

    -Ashley Koncz W.

    I love going to the vet! It is my Disney land. The staff is wonderful and they all give me tasty treats and belly rubs.

    -Lola F.

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Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

8:00 am-7:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-5:30 pm

Saturday:

8:00 am-12:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed