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Stevens Point Animal Hospital has been providing quality veterinary care to the Stevens Point area for over 30 years. Our team of doctors and support staff are committed to providing the best care for your four-legged family members and strive to make every experience a positive one for you and your pet.
Founded by Dr. Mike Rosek in 1981, Stevens Point Animal Hospital is a full service veterinary clinic serving dogs and cats. We provide comprehensive wellness care for pets throughout their life. Our in clinic laboratory and digital x-ray unit allow us to obtain prompt results when your pet is ill. We provide routine ultrasonic dental services including dental radiographs and extractions when necessary. Our modern surgical suite includes a CO2 laser which greatly reduces pain and bleeding during surgery. Dr. Sarah Novak has been working here since 2006 and became an owner in 2012. She is PennHIP certified for hip dysplasia testing in breeding dogs.
We are excited to partner with Paw Animal Health Network in Mosinee, WI for our after hour and weekend care. This assures that your pet receives the best care available, even at 3am.
We look forward to being trusted with the care of your pets. Please call us today!
Stevens Point Animal Hospital | 715-341-6409
1305 Wildwood Dr.
Stevens Point, WI 54482
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PAW Health Animal Emergency Center is now open 24 hours a day for all urgent and emergency care, including walk-ins.
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