News & Events
This month VES/VSC is proud to be celebrating 15 years of emergency service to local pets in need. We have have grown a considerable amount of the last 15 years and we thank everyone that entrusts us with the care of their loved pets. We know and understand how scary it can be when your pet needs help and we take pride in providing the best possible medical care to your pet in the most caring and compassionate environment. Thank you!
VES/VSC is excited to once again be a part of Mounds Dog Fest by providing pet first aid on Sunday, June 10th at Angell Park Speedway in Sun Prairie. Join us for this spectacular family-friendly event that includes loads of fun, information, products, and a ton of exciting demonstrations! For more information on Mounds Dog Fest, please visit: https://moundspet.com/events/mounds-dog-fest-2018/ We hope to see you there!
Please join us on Sunday, May 20th at Wisconsin Brewing Company for Q106's Pet Parade from 12-4pm! All proceeds benefit Occu-Paws Guide Dog Association. Bring the whole family, even the pups and enjoy a fun-filled day of live music, drinks, food, a pet photo booth, agility course, and more! VES/VSC will be there the whole day providing pet first aid for the event so stop by and say hello and grab some goodies. For more information on the event please visit: http://www.q106.com/2018/04/06/todays-q106-pet-parade-2018/
VES/VSC is proud to be a fetch sponsor of this year's Fetch 5K Dog Jog! Join us at the Wisconsin Brewing Company on Saturday, May 19th for the 5K race or 1-mile fun walk. We will be there providing pet first aid from 11am-3pm so stop by our booth, say hello, grab some goodies and help us support Fetch Wisconsin Rescue. For more information, please visit:http://www.fetchwi.org/fetch5k/. We hope to see you there!
Road work has begun on North High Point Road outside of our Middleton facility. Despite the road closure signs, this project does not interfere with the entrance to our Middleton location. We will continue to be open and available for 24-hour emergency care for you pet. The road project is expected to be complete by the end of May. If you have any questions please feel free to call us at (608)831-1101.
Join us in the fight against cancer at the Czar's Promise kick off event on Sunday, May 6th at Wisconsin Brewing Company from 12-2pm. Bring the entire family, dogs too for a fun-filled day with music, drinks, snap a picture with your pup at the Smooch Your Pooch photo booth, and learn all about what the Czar's Promise team has planned in the fight against canine and children's cancers. Stop by the VES/VSC and say hello and grab some goodies! For more information please visit: http://www.czarspromise.com/events. We hope to see you there!
We were honored to not only care for Patricia McConnell's dog, Willie earlier this month, but also for your incredibly kind words in her blog regarding our team and their care. We are thrilled that Willie is on the mend and back home with his family. To read more about Patricia and Willie's experience please visit: http://www.patriciamcconnell.com/theotherendoftheleash/oh-willie-bad-new...
Please join us in welcoming Dr. Abby Bongard, DVM, DACVIM to the Internal Medicine team at VES/VSC. Dr. Bongard comes to us from the Chicago area and is looking forward to all that Madison has to offer. She will be seeing IM appointments at both our Madison and Middleton locations beginning Tuesday, February 13th!
A new year brings a lot of new and exciting services to our Madison facility beginning in February. Our new expansion has brought:
• Remodel of existing treatment space
• Private cat ward • Improved isolation ward
• Additional cages and large k9 runs • Induction suite
• Soft tissue surgical suite • Orthopedic surgical suite
• Endoscopy/ultrasound suite • Chemotherapy suite
• Improved supply storage • Specialty and administrative offices
• Large conference room, outfitted for future CT or MRI
VES/VSC had the privilege of welcoming Verona Police Department, along with the department's first K-9 Officer, Drea. One of our critical care specialists, Dr. Josh Smith presented a special veterinary first aid presentation to give officers additional knowledge and training to ensure K-9 Drea stays safe. Officers learned how to care for Drea in the event of a life-threatening situation until she can get to an emergency clinic.