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Welcome to Prairie Animal Hospital -

Your Veterinary Clinic in North Prairie Wisconsin


Veterinary Checkups, Wellness & Grooming, and Surgery for Cats, Dogs and Other Pets

Prairie Animal Hospital in North Prairie, WI is a veterinary clinic providing comprehensive and compassionate care for pets throughout Waukesha and Walworth Counties.

The veterinarians at Prairie Animal Hospital will make you and your pet feel both comfortable and well cared for in our home-like atmosphere. Our caring, well-trained veterinary staff looks forward to meeting you and your beloved pet.

The Loving Veterinary Care Your Pets Deserve

Our compassion for animals is shown through our veterinary practice. Our staff is dedicated to building a personal, trusting relationship with you and your pet in order to provide the most comprehensive and compassionate care available. From routine checkups and vaccinations to specialized treatments, our veterinarians will take the time to be thorough and listen to your concerns. Our clinic’s warm, inviting atmosphere coupled with our friendly, kindhearted staff will make you and your pet feel both well taken care of and relaxed. We treat your pets like they are our own, so you can rest easy knowing your pet is receiving the same loving care as at home.

Prairie Animal Hospital is dedicated to client education and a personal level of pet care. Our veterinary services are designed to offer a comprehensive health care plan throughout your pet’s life. We work with you, keeping you well informed during your veterinary care. Our veterinarians will educate you on treatment methods and proactive approaches to help keep your pet healthy.

Our Waukesha Pet Care Services

Prairie Animal Hospital has become the veterinary clinic of choice for everyday veterinary services throughout Waukesha County.

Whether you reside in the North Prairie, Waukesha, Eagle, or Mukwonago area, veterinarians at Prairie Animal Hospital are ready to give your pets the care they deserve.

Our pet wellness services include comprehensive exams, health screening, nutritional consultation, preventative care, parasite control, and vaccinations. Our Mukwonago area Veterinary Clinic has a full surgical suite, allowing our veterinarians to perform both elective and emergency surgeries. Our clinic is equipped to perform a wide variety of dental procedures, including routine teeth cleaning and polishing, to maintain quality oral health for your pet. We have onsite laboratory and x-ray facilities to aid in rapid and accurate diagnosis for your pet. We have a wonderful kennel staff who will spoil and care for your pet while you are away. Our Mukwonago area pet boarding service offers both the loving care your pet deserves and the medical care they need. As a veterinary practice dedicated to comprehensive and compassionate care, house calls are available by special arrangement.

Alternative Veterinary Services in Mukwonago, Eagle and Waukesha Areas

In addition to traditional veterinary services, Prairie Animal Hospital is one of the few Wisconsin veterinary clinics who offer unique holistic veterinary care. Our alternative pet care services include pet acupuncture and pet laser therapy. Dr. Raabe is certified in veterinary acupuncture, which is used to treat and prevent many common pet conditions. For more information about these holistic services contact our North Prairie animal hospital.

Prairie Animal Hospital has a caring and friendly veterinary staff dedicated to the highest quality customer service your beloved pet deserves. Our veterinary staff eagerly welcomes you and your pet to our Waukesha, Mukwonago, and Eagle area veterinary practice.Contact us or call Prairie Animal Hospital in North Prairie at 262.392.9199 to schedule an appointment.

Office Hours

Monday:

8:00 AM-6:00 PM

Tuesday:

8:00 AM-7:00 PM

Wednesday:

8:00 AM-6:00 PM

Thursday:

8:00 AM-7:00 PM

Friday:

8:00 AM-6:00 PM

Saturday:

8:00 AM-12:00 PM

Sunday:

Closed

Testimonials

Hear From Happy Pet Owners

  • "The staff is very knowledgeable and kind. We are so lucky to have such great care for our pets so close to home."
    Melvin & Katie

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