Jefferson Veterinary Clinic, S.C.

959 West Racine Street
Jefferson, WI 53549


Jefferson Veterinary Clinic, SC  COVID-19 Update (3-23-2020)


The Jefferson Veterinary Clinic, SC is currently open and seeing patients.  However, due to the very rapidly changing national situation with COVID-19, we have taken further precautionary measures to keep our clients and staff safe, while continuing to provide high quality patient care. The CDC, Wisconsin Department of Health, American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) and the Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection (DATCP) believe that by temporarily limiting close personal contact with other people, we can help slow the spread of COVID-19. Effective Monday, March 23rd, only essential hospital personnel will be allowed inside all areas of Jefferson Veterinary Clinic until further notice. * In order to do this, we ask that you follow the below steps for the safety of all:


  • Upon arrival at JVC, please remain in your vehicle and call us at 920-674-2383.
  • A staff member will discuss your needs by phone.
  • Following your phone conversation, a staff member will transport your pet from your vehicle into the building for an evaluation. If you have a cat, they must be in a carrier; if you do not have a carrier one will be brought out to you.
  • After the doctor has examined your pet, they will be in communication with you to discuss findings and recommendations.
  • Once the care of your pet is complete, a staff member will discuss any necessary medications or follow up care and take your payment over the phone. We will return your pet along with your receipt and any medications necessary to your vehicle.
  • Should you need food or medications, please call ahead to order and pay for your items. Please call 920-674-2383 when you arrive and remain in your vehicle and a staff member will bring the items to you as quickly as possible.
  • If you are not feeling well or may be at risk of exposure to coronavirus, please ask a healthy friend or family member to transport your pet to the hospital on your behalf. 

*Healthy clients will be allowed in the building for euthanasia services.


During this time, services may be limited, and some existing appointments may need to be postponed. Hospital personnel will contact clients directly with information regarding any changes. We anticipate our phone lines will be busier than usual, and therefore, we appreciate your patience! Thank you again for your understanding and patience as we navigate this ever-changing situation.


Thank you,

The JVC Team

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