Madison Veterinary Specialists
What is a general practice?
A general practice is where your primary care veterinarian works. This is a veterinary facility where you take your pets for preventive services, including vaccinations, wellness care, dental care, and common surgical procedures.
What is a referral practice?
A referral practice is one that your primary veterinarian will refer you to for more advanced and specific tests, procedures, surgeries, and/or second opinions. An AAHA-accredited referral practice is required to have board-certified veterinary specialists on staff. Board-certified specialists have graduated from veterinary school, completed several additional years in an internship and residency program, and have passed rigorous training and testing in specific areas, including surgery, internal medicine, cardiology, neurology, and so on.
Accredited Since 2015
- Carrie A. Calhoun, DVM
- Joy Delamaide, DVM
- Victoria Jenkins, DVM
- Timothy Johnson, DVM
- Lauren Keith, DVM
- Akshaya f. Maller, DVM
- William Oldenhoff, DVM
- Amy Pauli, DVM, DACVO
- John T. Silbernagel, DVM, DACVS
- Jennifer Steele, DVM, DACVIM
- Trent M. Tuttle, DVM, DACVS
- Internal Medicine - Oncology
- Internal Medicine - Small Animal
Madison Veterinary Specialists is open to help you and your pet 24 hours a day 365 days a year.
Your pet is a member of your family. Like any other family member, when it comes to health care you want the best. Health issues can be scary, confusing and expensive. Many pet owners choose Madison Veterinary Specialists when their pet’s health is at its most critical.
Pet parents need care too! Top to bottom, our staff will help you through every experience. Your pets health problems will be described in terms you can understand. Your options for treatment will be clear. Updates as your pet recovers will be available any time. Finally, once you are an MVS client, you are always an MVS client. If you have post treatment questions, contact us anytime.
Madison Veterinary Specialists are the perfect compliment to your regular veterinary care, and the place where you can turn when health is most critical.
Call MVS at (608) 274-7772 or ask your vet for a referral.