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Q: Should I leave a message if no one answers the phone?

     A: Yes! Due to the volume of calls between large and small animal clients, we cannot always answer the phone. However, we will return your phone call if you leave your name, number and a brief message.

Q: What if I'm going to be late or have to cancel an appointment?

     A:Please arrive on time for your pet's appointment as this allows us to provide timely, quality care for everyone's pets, including yours. If you are over 10 minutes late for your appointment you will be charged a late fee.

Please give us 24-hour notice for cancelling your appointment. If 24-hour notice can't be provided, you may be charged an exam fee. All clients who have three (3) no-show appointments and/or cancellations will no longer be permitted to schedule appointments and will only be seen on a walk-in basis if time permits.

We appreciate your help in keeping everyone's appointments on time!


Q: I have an emergency, what number should I call?

     A: If you have an emergency during routine business hours, call the clinic at 715-934-9055 and our support staff will help direct your call to the appropriate veterinarian. If you have an emergency after 5pm or over a weekend or holiday; call the clinic at 715-934-9055 and an automated receptionist will direct your call to the veterinarian on-call. We provide 24-hour emergency services for large animal (cattle, equine, small ruminant, swine and camelid) clients 7 days a week, including holidays. Small animal emergency services (dogs, and cats) are limited, but we will always help direct your call even if we’re not available.

Q: Which veterinarian works on which animals?

     A:Dr. Metcalf practice equine, dairy, beef and small ruminant medicine, while Dr. Zoet, Dr. Cook and Dr. Roedel are exclusively small animal.

Q: I have a non-urgent question or need to set up an appointment, what number should I call?

     A: Call the office phone, 715-934-9055 Monday through Friday 8am to 5pm to set up an appointment to be seen or to answer any questions regarding your pet.

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