Due to a staffing shortage, we will be reducing our ER hours at WVRC – Grafton for the next few months.
Starting on August 3rd, WVRC – Grafton’s ER hours will be reduced due to a staffing shortage. We are able to see patients on an urgent care basis during our shortened hours. The days that we do not have 24-hour staff, we will be unable to hospitalize/take care of patients overnight.
We are actively working to recruit additional team members and we will provide an update as soon as we are able to return to 24/7 ER coverage.
Urgent care symptoms and clinical signs in a pet include the following:
- Loss of Appetite or Lethargy
- Blood in Urine or Stool
- Coughing Without Respiratory Distress
- Lameness, Limping or Difficulty Walking
- Traumatic Lacerations or Injuries
- Eye Issues
- Allergic Reactions or Asthma
- Bite Wounds
- End of Life Assessment/Euthanasia
- Skin and Ear Issues
- Tick-borne Disease
Nearby Hospitals offering 24/7/365 emergency veterinary services – Please call ahead
- WVRC – Waukesha – 360 Bluemound Rd, Waukesha –262-542-3241 | WVRC- Waukesha ER Line
- WVRC – Racine/Kenosha – 1123 58th Ave, Kenosha – 262-553-9223 | WVRC – Racine/Kenosha ER Line
- Lakeshore Port Washington – 207 W Seven Hills Rd, Port Washington – 262-268-7800
- Lakeshore Glendale – 2100 W Silver Spring Dr, Glendale – 414-540-6710
- Mayfair Animal Hospital – 11610 W North Avenue, Wauwatosa – 414-897-8840
- VCA MECA – 3670 S 108th St, Greenfield – 414-543-7387
- Blue Pearl Pet Hospital – 4706 New Horizons Blvd, Appleton – 920-993-9193
Thank you for understanding.
The team in our emergency/critical care departments work in conjunction with other specialists, and with both you and your regular veterinarian, to provide the comprehensive care your pet needs. Our board certified emergency and critical care specialists have extensive training in a complete range of emergency and critical care services and are supported by a team of experienced emergency veterinarians and technicians.
- Emergency Medical Care
- Emergency Surgery Services
- Laboratory diagnostics
- Immediate blood test results
- Transfusion Medicine
What to do in an Emergency:
- Come in! We’re located at 1381 Port Washington Road in Grafton, WI
- Call us if you’re not sure: 262-546-0249
if you are concerned that your pet has eaten something he/she shouldn’t have
Pet-Specific First Aid Kit:
We recommend that you keep a pet-specific first aid kit in your car as a best practice, just as you would a human-first aid kit. Click the button below and print the PDF, keep in your kit for when you need to restock.