Shelby, Wisconsin

Thompson Animal Medical Center

Thompson Animal Medical Center

4540 Mormon Coulee Rd
La Crosse, WI 54601
(608) 788-8820
Thompson Animal Medical Center, Animal Hospitals, Services, La Crosse, Wisconsin

There’s never a doubt that we love our pets. We bring them as much joy as they bring us, and we have a mutual bond with them that never wavers. But sometimes things get lost in translation, such as how they’re feeling or if they’re hurting. No one’s Dr. Dolittle, but if you live in La Crosse, WI, the veterinarians at Thompson Animal Medical Center will help you find out what’s wrong with your pet and how to solve it.

 

Just as you’d want to comfort your child when they’re sick, you’ll also feel the need to shelter your pet from any illnesses and injuries, which isn’t always possible. That’s why you should trust the educated vets at this animal hospital. Their long list of services, performed by skilled pet surgeons and vets using state-of-the-art equipment, gives you and your pet the medical care options they need at prices that won’t break the bank.

 

Whether you have a kitten, puppy, snake, or hamster, the skilled and knowledgeable veterinarians at this animal care center will help bring them back to optimal health. They offer wellness and preventative care measures, vaccinations, pet dental care, and exams. Emergency services are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. They also offer feline declawing and boarding services, ensuring your pet’s total health is taken care of even when you’re not there.

 

No matter what ailments befall your pet, the veterinarians at Thompson Animal Medical Center will see to their well-being and continued good health. For more information, call them today at (608) 788-8820 or visit them online. You can also stay up-to-date via their Facebook page.

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