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AFTER HOURS AND EMERGENCY INFORMATION
If you have a question after hours and reach our answering machine, please leave a message including your name and telephone number. The doctor on call will be paged and will call you back as soon as possible.
Large animal (farm animal) emergency services are provided regulary by Dr. Stork. Please call (920) 648-2421 to request his services. If our clinic is not on call, our answering machine will direct you to contact the Waterloo Veterinary Clinic at (920) 478-3234 to request their services.
Small animal (pet) emergency services can be requested after hours by calling the clinic at (920) 648-2421 and leaving your name, telephone number and the reason for your call. The doctor will be paged and will contact you as soon as possible. Depending on the severity of the emergency, the doctor will either make arrangements to meet you at the clinic or if necessary refer you to an emergency clinic. Emergencies during regular business hours will be seen at the clinic, however, ocassionally, in the patient's best interest, we may need to refer you to an emergency clinic.
If you suspect your pet has ingested a toxic/poisonous substance, call Poison Control at 800-548-2423 or visit their website here.
Small Animal Emergency Hospitals:
|Veterinary Emergency Service||Middleton (608) 831-1101
East Madison (608) 222-2455
|Wisconsin Veterinary Referral Center||Waukesha (866) 542-3241 (toll free)|
|Emergency Clinic For Animals||Madison (608) 274-7772|