Now hiring a Veterinary Technician or Vet Assistant at the Wild River location. Please send resume or questions to our practice manager at [email protected]

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Frequently Asked Questions

There is no question too big or too small for our veterinary team. Below are some answers to our most common questions.

We proudly serve the pets Grantsburg, WI and beyond.

At Grantsburg Animal Hospital & Wild River Veterinary Clinic, we get a ton of interesting questions from pet parents. Below are some common FAQs that might help answer any questions or concerns. 

What are your hours?

Grantsburg Animal Hospital is open Monday through Wednesday and Friday from 8am-5pm and Saturday 8am-12pm. Wild River Veterinary Clinic is open Monday through Tuesday and Thursday through Friday from 8am-5pm. 

Do you offer payment plans?

Payment is required at the time of service. We do not offer payment plans but accept CareCredit. CareCredit offers different payment options that help spread out your total cost over time.

Learn more about our payment options here.

What kind of pets do you treat?

Grantsburg Animal Hospital and Wild River Vet Clinic treats dogs and cats. We do not see farm, avian or arachnid pets. Click here to learn more about our services.

Do I need to book an appointment?

Yes, our veterinarians see patients by appointment only. If you feel your pet needs veterinary care and you have not booked an appointment previously, please give us a call at our Grantsburg or Wild River location so we can assist you and your pet.

Do you offer boarding, grooming, or daycare?
Medicine is what we do best. We can offer suggestions for these services based on client and employee referrals.
Is it REALLY necessary to give my cat or dog flea, tick and heartworm prevention year–round?
Our weather is unpredictable and even in the winter, we can experience warm days. Flea, tick and mosquito activity decreases with cooler weather but require freezing temperatures over a sustained number of days for them to die. Intestinal parasites are a year-round occurrence and heartworm prevention also keeps these parasites under control.