Monday & Wednesday: 8am -6pm
Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: 8am - 5:00pm
Saturday: 8am - 12pm

DeForest Veterinary Clinic

  DeForest, Wisconsin

 
At DeForest Veterinary Clinic, we are focused on providing quality veterinary services with the highest levels of customer satisfaction – we will do everything we can to meet your expectations.  With a variety of offerings to choose from, we’re sure you’ll be happy working with us.  We wish to extend a warm welcome to all of our new and existing patients and families.

 

Can you open your heart and your home to a new family member? DeForest Veterinary Clinic has kittens and cats looking for their forever homes.  Call us or stop in to see who we have available for adoption.


Spring is here and so are the mosquitos and ticks. Now is a great time to ensure you are ready for the upcoming spring and summer months with Flea, Tick, and Heartworm Preventative. We are offering great Wellness Packages that can be included with your dogs' annual heartworm test and a savings of 20%  

* Ask us how you can take advantage of these great seasonal offers *
 

Spring Tips from Dr. Spahn

Now that spring is finally here we can get outside more with our dogs! Camping, hiking and dog parks are all fun activities to do with your dog. Unfortunately, fleas and ticks also like to join the fun. Adult fleas will spend all their time on your pet. Their eggs, however, will fall off and develop into adults. This process can take anywhere from a couple of weeks to six months depending on environmental conditions such as temperature and humidity. If your pet becomes infested with fleas, it is important to treat your home as well as your pet. This can be an expensive and frustrating process. There are many options available to prevent flea infestations including topical solutions, collars and chewable tablets. We can help you decide which option is right for your pet and lifestyle. Many of these products will also prevent ticks from biting your pet and/or infecting them with serious diseases including Lyme disease, Anaplasmosis and Rocky Mountain Spotted  Fever. Even if you do use tick prevention, it is still important to examine your pet for ticks, especially when you have been in a high tick environment. If you find a tick, remove it promptly by pulling it out slowly with tweezers. In addition to preventatives, there is also a Lyme vaccine available. We can help to assess your dog’s risk factors and decide whether this vaccine may be right for your pet.