Hallett Veterinary Hospital, INC.

5744 Brown Street
Oconomowoc, WI 53066





The well-being of you and your pets is our highest priority.  In response to the recent developments surrounding COVID-19, we wanted to let you know that our office remains open and is operating with our usual business hours.  We are fully prepared to continue the highest level of care for your pets!   

Please be aware that according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), our pets cannot contract or spread COVID-19. You are not at risk by being in contact with your or anyone else’s pets. 


Virtual Care Appointments:

If you are worried about coming in for your appointment or recheck, consider using our online telemedicine/telehealth solution: Airvet. Through the Airvet app, you can connect via your cell phone or iPad with our veterinarians to have a virtual appointment from the comfort of your home. We will be able to answer questions and work with you to determine if your questions and pet’s condition can be addressed through a chat or if it would be better taken care of in person.

To download the app, click on the appropriate link below and then create your account. 


Curbside Appointments:

We are doing all appointments Curbside and drop off appointments to all clients. When you arrive at the hospital please call the front desk and alert them of your arrival (262)569-0801.  We will check you in and discuss the history of your pet over the phone.  One of our team members will them meet you outside your car, your pet will be brought into the hospital by a team member, the doctor will do an exam and any questions/conversations will be by phone or through the Airvet app.  Payment for services will be curbside as well and expected after the visit is complete.


Human Contact:

As for human contact, we are doing everything we can to prevent the transmission of COVID-19 and other respiratory diseases.  We are asking for your help.   It takes proactive steps and a team approach to ensure a clean and hygienic atmosphere. 

  • We are not allowing any persons other than our employees into the hospital. All clients must wait in the car and all delivery persons will leave delivery outside the building.
  • Our team is carefully cleaning and disinfecting frequently touched objects and surfaces (computers, keyboards, desks, pens, etc.).  
  • Our team has been split into 2 teams as to not expose each team and keep as many team members as possible working to care for your pets.
  • Please do not feel offended if you see each of our team members in surgical masks, we are trying to limit the spread of germs among our team members.
  • Please let us know if you or someone in your household has had any exposure/symptoms to COVID –19.  This will allow us to make special arrangements to limit exposure. 
  • We have informed our employees that they should not report to work if they experience fever, cough, or shortness of breath.  They have been instructed to follow their doctor’s and CDC guidelines regarding medical care, quarantine and when it’s appropriate to return to work. 

If we have one request, it’s that you remain patient with us.  School closures have occurred from now until May.   Daycares may also be forced to close.  These factors could potentially have a large impact on our team members who will have to stay home with their children.  Should this happen we may experience staff shortages over the next few weeks.  Please know that we’re here to serve you and your pets. We appreciate your patience and cooperation as we take these measures to keep everyone safe and healthy as we continue to meet all your pet’s needs.

If you have questions or are uncertain about bringing your pet into the office, we may be able to help virtually or with other support.  Please call us at (262)569-0801 and we will do our best to assist you.    

Thank you for your flexibility and support.  We look forward to seeing you soon! 


Hallett Veterinary Hospital

At Hallett Veterinary Hospital, we love animals. We believe in improving the lives of pets, their families, our staff and the communities they live in through advocacy, compassionate care and education.


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