Pulaski Veterinary Clinic was founded in 1951, and has been providing veterinary care for our community and the surrounding area ever since. We have the pleasure of working in a rural small-town atmosphere with the amenities of a well-equipped hospital. It is our pleasure to offer your pets quality medical and surgical services with compassionate care. The hospital contains a laboratory and pharmacy, as well as digital X-ray and digital dental X-ray, therapy laser and surgical suites. Most diagnostic and treatment procedures can be handled within our hospital. Evening, weekend, and holiday emergencies are handled by
Veterinary Clinics throughout the state, including our clinic, have been seeing an increased amount of dogs coming in with Kennel Cough. Another more serious issue is the Influenza outbreak in Illinois - you may have heard about in the news. (See the link below) People travel with their pets, so unfortunately Wisconsin has seen some cases as well. Because of this we want you to know that we have the vaccine available to prevent Influenza (called Canine Flu H3N8). If you take your dog to daycare, dog parks, boarding, grooming or any public places where other dogs are present - your dog is considered at high risk. We are highly encouraging you to have both the Bordetella vaccine protection for Kennel Cough and the Canine Flu H3N8 vaccine for Influenza.