WALTZ ANIMAL CLINIC
1300 Osage Drive
Madison, IN  47250
(812) 273-6668
Fax:  (812) 265-3614
waltzanimal@roadrunner.com
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"Our best care for your best friend"
Our mission is to provide quality veterinary medicine and promote regular preventative care so that our patients may enjoy a lifetime of good health.
 Waltz Animal Clinic was established in 1982. Our original modest facility began with an enthusiastic staff of two. After numerous technological advancements and two building additions, our facility has doubled in size and now employs a (still enthusiastic) team of 11.
 
The doctors and staff at Waltz Animal Clinic have over 110 years of combined veterinary experience. This incredible wealth of knowledge assures that our patients receive quality, professional care at all times. We are highly trained in diagnosis, treatment and prevention and are dedicated to providing a caring atmosphere for clients and their pets.
OUR BUSINESS HOURS ARE
 
Monday:         8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday:        8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday:   8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday:       8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday:            8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday:        8:00 AM - Noon
Sunday:                Closed
 
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This site built and maintained by           Jerry D. Ousley              Jerry Ousley Webs
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Tips for the 4th For Your Dog
 
 

Fireworks can be scary and the risk of lost pets greatly increases during the July 4th holiday. Here are some tips to help keep your pet safe and calm.

 

*Keep pets indoors and in an interior room if possible. If your dog is use to sleeping in a crate he/she may feel safest being crated during fireworks.

 

*Keep blinds closed and windows shut to prevent your pet from pushing out the screen and escaping.

 

*Play music or leave the t.v. on during fireworks.

 

*Make sure that your pet has on a collar with an up to date identification tag and take a current photo of your pet.

 

*Give your pet a special toy, such as a Kong filled with peanut butter(if they aren't on a special diet) to keep them distracted.

 

*Should your dog need them, there are medications that can be prescribed to help with noise aversion, such as anxiety from fireworks. Please call our office if you feel these might be needed.