Pet Emergency? Call us right away at 414-282-5230!
Greenfield Veterinary Clinic provides small animal wellness, medical and surgical services to the greater Milwaukee area including Greenfield, Greendale, Oak Creek, Hales Corners, Franklin, Cudahy, Milwaukee, South Milwaukee, Racine, Caledonia, West Allis, Saint Francis, Muskego, New Berlin, Fox Point, and more! With more than 38 years of experience, we are a full service hospital that offers in-house lab work, laser surgery, ultrasound, endoscopy, x-ray, dental services and more. Our friendly staff will do everything that they can to make your pet's visit as low stress as possible. Open 6 days a week, there is sure to be a time when you can get your furry friend in for the health care that they need.
Senior discounts are available !
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We strive to keep the cost of pet care low, but should you find yourself in a situation where your pet's health and your finances are at odds, ask us about CareCredit. A low to no-interest financing option is available to qualifying individuals. Care Credit enables pet owners to give their loved ones the care that they need via manageable monthly installments.
Contact Greenfield Veterinary Clinic today at 414-282-5230 to schedule your appointment, or browse the website for more information about our products and services.
We look forward to welcoming you to the Greenfield Veterinary Clinic family!
Dr. James Work
Greenfield Veterinarian | Greenfield Veterinary Clinic | 414-282-5230
5981 S 27th St
Greenfield, WI 53221
Please call us to set up your appointment at: 414-282-5230
*Limited to 1 pet per client.
Dr. Work goes above and beyond with all his patients. He and his staff are AMAZING and I wouldn't trust my dogs to anyone else!
- Ari / Greenfield, WI
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