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Dr. Don Burno is a 1991 graduate of the University of Wisconsin Madison - School of Veterinary Medicine. Originally from southern Wisconsin, Dr. Burno made Pulaski Veterinary Clinic his first stop out of veterinary school - and has been here ever since! He became a partner in 1993 and now is the owner of the practice where he enjoys doing what he feels he was created to do - taking the best possible care of the medical and surgical needs of his clients' pets. The high quality of life a small town affords makes it a special privilege to establish lasting relationships with clients while serving their pets through every stage of life.
Dr. Burno lives just outside Pulaski, in nearby Angelica, with his wife Lisa. They share their home with Abby – a Golden Retriever, Molly - a Black Labrador and three rescue cats (Gracie, Spooky and Buffy). When not busy with their animal endeavors, the Burnos enjoy their involvement in Pulaski's New Life Community Church. In their free time, they enjoy spending time their grown children, Mitch and Miranda, and her husband, Josh.