With COVID-19 cases on the rise, the thought of venturing out to a vet care facility for your Wisconsin pets may seem daunting, not to mention expensive. However, there are low-cost Wisconsin pet care clinics at your disposal, and we’re here to help uncover them. Check out our list of vet care options that won’t break the bank.
Spay and Neuter Services
FixaPet – Clark County Humane Society (Neillsville)
This highly affordable clinic of the Clark County Humane Society provides only double-digit-priced spay and neuter services. Most certainly reasonable rates for your Wisconsin pets coupled with exceptional care. The facility has enacted COVID-19 protocol and offers curbside pickup. All paperwork will be brought to you and they’ll take your furry loved ones inside the clinic. These low-cost services are available to everyone outside Clark County. Call (715)937-7770 or go here to learn more.
The Spay Me! Clinic (Madison)
The prices for The Spay Me! Clinic’s spay and neuter services include complimentary nail trims and three days of post-op pain medication. That’s a steal for your Wisconsin pets. Besides spay and neuter, this facility also provides vaccinations and preventative care. Additionally, they accept Scratchpay as a form of financial assistance. Call (608)224-1400 or click here for more information.
Sauk County Humane Society (Baraboo)
Sauk County Humane Society provides incredibly low-cost spay and neuter services for your Wisconsin pets. Each procedure price includes ear cleaning, nail trimming, and pain medication. Additionally, the clinic offers affordable flea/tick treatment, rabies vaccination, distemper vaccination, and microchipping. Full disclosure: you must qualify as a low-income candidate. Call (608)356-2520 or mosey over here to browse their site.
Pet Food and Other Items
Mounds Pet Food Warehouse (Madison)
In addition to a spot in Madison, Mounds Pet Food Warehouse is located in Middleton, Fitchburg, Janesville, and Sun Prairie. They host monthly sales and discounts aplenty, so it’s always best to keep an eye on their website. And, in today’s turbulent times, they provide same day, curbside pickup. They sell a wide array of food and supplies for your Wisconsin pets. Plus side: you can shop online! Call (608)221-0210 for the Madison location or go here to find contact info for the other stores.
Pet Supplies ‘N’ More (Muskego)
Pet Supplies ‘N’ More provides curbside pickup as long as you call in advance. Besides dogs and cats, they also sell products for birds, fish, reptiles, and small animals. They have plenty of food varieties, toys, treats, feeders, bedding, and so much more in stock. Additionally, their website offers helpful resources so you can give your Wisconsin pets the best life possible. Call (262)679-6776 or click here to learn more.
Feed Bag Pet Supply (Mequon)
This pet supply store has curbside pickup and delivery as safe options amid the pandemic. There are supplements, food, chews, leashes, collars, toys, treats, and more available for your Wisconsin pets. Also, this store is chock full of kind folks who continuously give back to the community they serve. Bonus: they’re open seven days a week. Call (262)241-7063 or mosey on over here for more info.
WisCARES provides exemplary veterinary care and social services for those experiencing homelessness or are low-income. Here’s the lowdown straight from the site: “WisCARES runs a boarding and foster program to provide cats and dogs with a temporary place to stay when their families need access to housing or medical treatment.”
Now, they provide short-term and long-term boarding. The website comprehensively breaks down the process. WisCARES asks that you reach out at least once a week to maintain contact with the facility and ensure that your Wisconsin pets are faring well. This does not cover your “typical boarding” such as going out of town or taking a vacation. These services are for dire situations and emergencies of the highest caliber. WisCARES will also provide you with access to housing and treatment while your furry loved ones are given temporary care. Call (608)561-7387 or click here to find out if you’re eligible for WisCARES services.
UW Veterinary Care (Madison)
UW Veterinary Care boasts excellent customer reviews. Additionally, they’re open 24 hours a day, seven days a week for your Wisconsin pets. This facility provides superb care in the form of emergency services, surgeries, cardiology, critical care, dental care, internal medicine, oncology, neurology, dermatology, and so much more. Besides dogs and cats, UW Veterinary Care provides services for birds, reptiles, rabbits, horses, livestock, and small mammals. Call (608)263-7600 or go here for more information.
Oconomowoc Animal Hospital (Oconomowoc)
This animal hospital will give you a virtual hospital tour of its facilities, which is especially helpful in the age of COVID-19. They provide soft tissue surgery, diagnostics, dentistry, radiology, medical assessments, vaccinations, and more. Additionally, they offer comprehensive care catered to every stage of your Wisconsin pets’ lives. There’s a bevy of information and resources for your perusal too. Call (262)567-2122 or click here to learn more.
Dells Animal Hospital (Wisconsin Dells)
Dells Animal Hospital is open six days a week. They accept Scratchpay, which offers affordable payment plans with zero percent APR. There’s also an online pharmacy for your convenience during the pandemic. As for services, they offer laser surgery, soft tissue surgery, in-house lab work, vaccinations, wellness care, dentistry, radiology, and more for your Wisconsin pets. Call (608)253-7361 or mosey on over here to learn about their hours.