What are your hours?
Monday through Friday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm and Saturdays 8:00 am – 2:00 pm
Patients seen by appointment only. Please call ahead to schedule an appointment. We ask that you please arrive 10 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment to allow for enough time at check-in.
Office appointments available weekday mornings and afternoons, and Saturday mornings.
Surgery appointments available weekdays only.
Urgent care/emergency appointments available weekdays and some Saturday mornings. These appointments are filled 24 hours or less before the time of the appointment and have a higher fee than routine office appointments.
Where are you located?
15175 State Highway 131, Tomah, WI 54660. For more detailed driving directions and map, please click here.
What forms of payment do you accept?
Payment is due at time of service.
We provide the following payment options:
- Cash – includes money orders
- Credit and Debit Cards - Visa/MasterCard/Discover/American Express
- Outside financing options:
What if I have an after hours emergency?
Tomah Veterinary Clinic provides basic emergency service for our current clients in good standing. For after hours emergencies we use an answering service and share on call duties with another local veterinary clinic. For more details, see our After Hours Emergency section.
What is your prescription policy?
A legal veterinary client patient relationship must exist before we can dispense any prescription medications (including all heartworm preventions and antibiotics). If your pet has not been seen recently, or for the current problem, the veterinarian may require an exam before prescribing or renewing a medication. Please call ahead to refill prescriptions whenever possible to allow us to have your medications ready for you.
What is your spay and neuter policy?
Here at Tomah Veterinary Clinic we happily donate a lot of time to helping local shelters and shelter pets. Shelter over-crowding, growing numbers of puppy mills, commercial kennels, and pet stores that sell puppies and kittens is a growing concern in Monroe County and across the state of Wisconsin. With this in mind, our clinic has chosen to adopt a spay/neuter policy, and requests that all new healthy pets be spayed or neutered within six months of becoming our patients.
What is your tardy policy?
If you are running late to your appointment, we ask that you call ahead to notify us. If you will be 10 minutes or more late, we ask that the appointment be rescheduled. This is to allow the appointment the full time it needs as well as maintain on time appointments.