Fax: (815) 777-6773
Veterinary Associates is an eight doctor practice with clinics to serve you in Galena, IL and Hazel Green, WI. We provide comprehensive care for many species; including dogs, cats, beef and dairy cattle, horses, camelids, sheep, pigs, and select pocket pets. Some of our services include vaccinations, soft tissue surgeries including spay and neuter, well pet visits, and senior care for your aging pet. We also are available for care of acute cases in your pet's time of need.
Ambulatory services are available for equine, camelids and food animals in northwestern Illinois and southwestern Wisconsin including routine herd health visits, sick animal needs, and annual pregnancy exams and vaccinations for our beef clients.
Our doctors provides 24 hour emergency veterinary care for those times when a sick pet just can't wait. A doctor is always on call for your veterinary needs.
Veterinary Associates - Hazel Green, Galena, S.C.: Two locations available to serve you and your animals.
Hazel Green: Galena:
Drs. W.D. Schuler, J.J. Rediske, K.M. Majerus
C.E Schafer, C.M. Moris, C.M. Smith, G.J. Adams & A. Hausmann
Hazel Green, WI & Galena, IL
Veterinary Associates Hazel Green - Galena
3215 North Percival St
Hazel Green, WI 53811
1241 North Franklin St
Galena, IL 61036
Call Us: HAZEL GREEN: (608) 854-2283 | GALENA: (815) 777-0880
Monday: 7:00am - 5:00pm
Tuesday: 7:00am - 5:00pm
Wednesday: 7:00am - 5:00pm
Thursday: 7:00am - 5:00pm
Friday: 7:00am - 5:00pm
Saturday: 7:00am - 12:00pm
Veterinary Associates is dedicated to providing the highest quality and most compassionate veterinary medical care and production medicine services available to progressive and caring clients in Northwest Illinois and Southwest Wisconsin.
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