Best Friends Veterinary Center

2082 Cheyenne Court
Grafton • WI • 53024
(262) 375-0130
Fax: (262) 375-4196


BFVC hours are:

Mon. & Thurs: 7:30-7:00 PM
Tuesday: 7:30 - 6:00 PM
Wednesday: 7:30 - 6:00 PM
Friday: 8:30 - 5:30 PM
Saturday: 8:30 - 1:00 PM

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BFVC's Pet Portal now offers an On-line Store including Pharmacy services. Log in to your Pet Portal using the link above to visit our store.

 

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At Best Friends Veterinary Center we emphasize high quality patient care as well as friendly, helpful customer service. It's part of our mission to help educate about pet health care.

Medical, surgical and dental care are all available at Best Friends. We offer the best and safest protocols for pets, including canine rehabilitation, dental radiographs, laser surgery and specialty services.

We have been serving the Ozaukee area for over 30 years and are convenient to Cedarburg, Mequon, Port Washington, Saukville and northern Milwaukee County

BFVC offers a Health Care Plan for your pet. Contact us for additional information.

Your pet's nutrition is extremely important to your pet. Your pet's diet is of concern to BFVC. Please, visit our Nutrition page for additional information.

Best Friends Veterinary Center offers their videos and hundreds of reference articles for your knowledge and/or enjoyment.

We have many new breed-specific video topics for dogs. 25% of purebred dogs have a serious genetic medical problem, 40% have an abnormality of some kind and the average purebred dog carries 4-6 genes for genetic problems that it doesn't have itself but could pass on to its offspring. The more knowledgeable and aware you are of what diseases your pet could develop because of its heritage and breeding, the better you can protect your pet's health!

Informed Consent Videos are now available. View these prior to your pet having a surgical procedure with us.

Check out our list of videos in our Video Catalog.

Also, new and updated Library Catalogarticles appear frequently. Please visit our Library Catalog soon! --->


See all the cute New Clients BFVC saw in September.

 

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