Your Pet’s First Visit to Waukesha Walk In Veterinary Clinic
We are so excited to meet you and your pet(s)! Please help
us expedite your first appointment with us by taking the time to fill out
our New Client registration
form. This will help us get your
file set up prior to your appointment and also allows you to upload your pet’s
previous medical records and vaccination history if you have them. If you
do not have access to your pet’s previous records, please contact your previous
veterinary hospital and have them email your pet’s records to [email protected] or they can fax them to us at 262-549-2001. Having
your pet’s records prior to your appointment will help familiarize us with your
pet’s medical history as well as figure out any preventative care that your pet
may be due for prior to your arrival. You can also bring in any records you may
have at the time of your appointment, we just ask that you arrive 10-15 minutes
early to allow time to go through them. All new patients will receive
a complete physical examination on their first visit. This allows us to
familiarize ourselves with your pet and to establish a baseline for future
care. From there, our doctors and team will work closely with you to determine
a schedule for care, including exams and any necessary treatments.
Things to remember for your appointment:
- Please bring your pet’s medical records (if they haven’t been sent to us already)
- If you are active or retired military, please bring in your military ID so we may apply a 10% discount to your record to show our appreciation for your service!
- Please bring in a fresh stool sample (from within 24 hours)
- All dogs MUST be on a leash or contained in a carrier for safety reasons (we don’t recommend retractable leashes)
- All cats should ideally be contained in a carrier for safety reasons.
- Always remember to watch your noses and tails! Please do not allow your pets to mingle with other pets. Due to the nature of an animal hospital, other patients may be there due to a contagious illness. Also, a lot of otherwise social pets may not be feeling well enough to be social at that time and may not appreciate being approached by another pet which could result in one or both pets reacting aggressively towards each other. Everyone’s safety is our priority so we appreciate your cooperation.
look forward to seeing you and your pet(s) soon!!