Madison WI

Call us directly: 1-608-441-8579

Jun 28

Announcements

Jul 28

Cost

The most common question asked is how much does a mobile vet visit cost? The trip charge is the primary fee that is additional to what you would pay at a standing clinic. The trip fee ranges from $49- $65 depending on your location in Dane county. A physical exam fee of $55 is charged for each animal whether they are sick or getting their booster vaccinations, or a wellness exam. Vaccination cost vary from $28- $37, depending on the type of vaccine needed.

Jul 13

vacation

Dr. Lisa will be on vacation from Wednesday July 15th through Sunday July 19th. Please contact on of the local emergency clinics with emergencies. If you need at home euthanasia, then contact Dr. Katie Hilst at 608-347-1897. Thank you.

Jul 8

Announcement

Dr. Lisa will be out of the office Thursday July 9th.

Sep 8

News

Dr. Lisa returned from vacation today and is back to seeing patients. As a reminder my service area is all of Dane County and I work with dogs and cats.

Aug 28

Vacation

Dr. Lisa will be on vacation from Friday August 29th through Sunday September 7th
Other house call veterinarians-Dr. Amanda Pike Phone: 608-622-1963 or Dr. Karen Bryant 608-335-5777
If you have an emergency contact either VES 831-1101,
or ECA 274-7772.
If you are inquiring about an in home euthanasia, then contact Dr. Katie Hilst at 608-347-1897

Jul 3

Holiday

Dr. Lisa is out of the office from Thursday afternoon July 3rd through Sunday July6th, to celebrate Independence day with family and friends
If you have an emergency contact either VES 831-1101 or ECA 274-7772.
If you are inquiring about an in home euthanasia, then contact Dr. Katie Hilst at 608-347-1897

Jan 27

Laser therapy Science

This is a bit technical but good explanation of the science behind Laser therapy and how it works to promote healing of swollen and inflamed tissues. Paws & Claws currently offers this therapy and I have been seeing some great results with it in the short time that I have been using it.

Jan 6

Brrrr…..It’s cold

Dr. Lisa will not be seeing patients on Monday and Tuesday because of the extreme cold. It’s just too difficult to keep the clinic running and warm. Remember dogs should go out only briefly to relieve themselves and then come back in. Cats should not be left outside at all.

Dec 21

Holiday hours

Holiday hours for Paws & Claws Monday the 23rd 8am-5pm, Tuesday the 24th 8 am-Noon, closed the rest of the week.
Monday the 30th and Tuesday the 31st 8am- 5pm, Closed on the 1st and back open on the 2nd.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to All!