24 Hour Veterinary Care You Can Rely On

WVRC Racine/Kenosha is a fully-staffed pet hospital offering emergency, trauma and critical care 24 hours per day, 365 days per year in Somers, Wisconsin. All our doctors and veterinary professionals are dedicated to the compassionate care, specialized treatment and medical attention your pet deserves.

Client Registration Form

Client Registration Form

Please take a moment to fill out and submit this client registration form in advance of your upcoming appointment. Thank you.

Client Registration Form
Client Portal

Client Portal

Access your pet’s records, make appointments, view your pet’s medical record, vaccinations, prescriptions, medications, and more. Set up your pet’s account today!

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Referral Forms

Referral Forms

For Veterinarians: Submit referrals and stay up to date with timely communications throughout the patient’s treatment.

Submit a referral
Continuing Education

Continuing Education

Check back regularly for upcoming continuing education lectures for doctors and veterinary technicians. Keep your credentials current with RACE approved CE.

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Our Team

Our Team

Our medical team is equipped with advanced diagnostic and therapeutic tools, but it is the training and human interaction of our team with your pet that makes all the difference.

Our Team
We're Hiring!

We're Hiring!

There is so much more to WVRC - Racine/Kenosha We hope you’ll contact us for more information about employment opportunities.

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    Hearing your pet has cancer can be devastating, but advances in veterinary oncology are prolonging pet lives and improving their quality of life. In the last several years, veterinarians have made significant progress in better understanding how to approach cancer treatment, and this knowledge helps affected pets have better outcomes.

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Highlights of Diagnostic and Therapeutic Options Please contact us if you are seeking a service or treatment not listed here.

Digital Radiography
Ultrasound: Abdomen, Cardiac, Thoracic, Musculoskeletal
Minimally Invasive Surgery: Arthroscopy, Laparoscopy, Thoracoscopy
Transfusion Medicine
Echocardiogram & Electrocardiogram (ECG)

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