Welcome to Fredonia Veterinary Clinic
Your Veterinarian in Fredonia, WI
Call us at 262-692-2439

Our unique group of doctors, each with their own special areas of interest and experience, allow us to provide a wide variety of high quality services to many different species. We have small animal, equine, and farm animal veterinarians. We offer in-clinic care, including preventative care, vaccinations, in-house bloodwork, dentistry, surgery, surgical laser, ultrasonography, digital x-ray, rehabilitation, acupuncture, veterinary spinal manipulation, laser therapy, and more. Our large animal veterinarians are prepared to offer many of these services on house calls or farm calls. We can't wait to meet you and your animals!

Welcome to our family!

Fredonia Veterinarians | Fredonia Veterinary Clinic

Phone: 262-692-2439
                                                                                                **You can also text us during business hours

Fax: 262-692-9796

[email protected]

W3919 Hwy H
Fredonia, WI 53021

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Read What Our Clients Say

  • "Been taking my dogs here for 20+ years and won't go anywhere else. My pets and myself are treated with respect from the staff. I've never had a bad experience here, highly recommended."
    Richard O.
  • "Best vets ever! Highly recommended!"
    Frank B.
  • "It's always a joy taking pets to Fredonia Veterinary Clinic. All the employees, whether doctors, techs, or office workers are extremely caring and thoughtful. You can immediately see that they all love animals."
    Don K.
  • "Always great care for our horses. Very knowledgeable vets and very caring and kind. Always a great experience. Thanks!"
    Susan W.
  • "Always caring!! And the staff is absolutely the best!"
    Brittany C.
  • "Best vet experience ever!!! Great staff, caring and kind ❤️ They worked magic with my two dogs both of which have anxiety and never have been good at the vet. Thank you to the professional staff. Best vet in the area."
    Amanda M.

Meet Our Skilled Team

Learn Who We Are

  • Dr.
    Victoria Van Wart
    Associate Veterinarian, After-Hours Emergency Clinician

    Texas A & M University Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine; BS Biomedical Science

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  • Dr.
    Karen Secor
    Clinic Partner, After-Hours Emergency Clinician
    Iowa State University, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; University of Wisconsin Madison, undergraduate work
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  • Dr.
    Tani Ketter
    Clinic Partner, After-Hours Emergency Clinician
    University of Wisconsin Madison, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
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  • Dr.
    Holly Havlovitz
    Clinic Partner
    University of Wisconsin Madison, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; University of Wisconsin Stevens Point, BS Biology, Chemistry minor
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  • Dr.
    Deb Schneider
    Associate Veterinarian
    Purdue University, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
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  • Dr.
    Shannon McGill
    Associate Veterinarian, After-Hours Emergency Clinician
    University of Illinois Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Miami University, BA Biology, Environmental Science, & Spanish
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Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule


7:30 am-5:30 pm


7:30 am-5:30 pm


7:30 am-5:30 pm


7:30 am-5:30 pm


7:30 am-5:00 pm


8:00 am-12:00 pm