Dr. Paige Pittman, DVM, with dogsMeet Dr. Paige Pittman!

We are excited to announce the newest addition to our Veterinarian team at Sheboygan Animal Hospital - Dr. Pittman. Originally from Ashland, Massachusetts, she currently resides in Waldo, Wisconsin. Dr. Pittman earned a DVM degree from the Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine and her interests include small animal and exotic medicine, oncology, client education, and conservation medicine just to name a few.

Read Dr. Paige Pittman’s full bio here.

Be sure to say hi to her next time you stop in!

Pet Emergency CallsATTENTION: Our URGENT CARE HOURS have changed as of August 2018.

Our NEW On-Call Schedule:

  • After-hours every week-night (*New*): Monday night from 7 pm through Friday morning at 8 am.

  • Saturday after-hours not available (*New*)

  • Sunday after-hours not available (*New*)

We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause you. Click here for Emergency Veterinary Care Info.

As of July 1, 2018, Sheboygan Animal Hospital will be able to issue Sheboygan City Animal Licenses.

We are offering this service as a convenience to our clients as previously pet owners could only obtain licenses at a police station. There will be a $5 counter fee.

Please give us a call at 920-452-2882 if you have any questions about this and will be happy to assist you.

Have you heard Sheboygan Animal Hosp is the Best of the Best VetIt is a great pleasure to be named Best of the Best Vet by the Best of Sheboygan County Survey for the 6th year running!

From all of us at Sheboygan Animal Hospital, thank you for you loyal support over the last 27 years. We promise to continue providing dedicated and professional service to our clients and their pets for many more years to come.

We look forward to seeing you again soon! Call us at 920-452-2882 to make an appointment.

dog teethSheboygan Animal Hospital now offers high-quality digital dental x-rays to assess your pet's teeth and oral hygiene!

Did you know that 60% of dental disease in pets is hidden below the gum line?

With our new equipment, our veterinarians will be able to assess the integrity of an entire tooth (not just what is above the gum line) and any roots that are involved or compromised.

Digital dental x-rays are vital in diagnosing underlying disease and prescribing proper treatment. We will also be able to store, print and email these digital files to share.

We are excited for this new addition and how it will improve our veterinary dental services for our clients. Our goal is to keep your pet's mouth healthy and pain free.