• Welcome to Adams Marquette Veterinary Service!

    Your local veterinarian in Oxford, WI. Call us today at (608) 586-5768 to schedule your pet care appointment with one of them!

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  • Veterinary Services Available

    Our Veterinary Hospital in Oxford, WI is pleased to provide a wide variety of veterinary services for animals in Oxford, WI & Surrounding Area. These services include Preventative Treatments, Surgery, Dental Care& more!

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  • Dental Care Available!

    Adams Marquette Veterinary Service, your Oxford, WI veterinarian is pleased to provide Dental Care to our patients! Make your Dental Care appointment Today!

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Welcome to Adams Marquette Veterinary Service

Our clinic is a small animal only practice located in Central Wisconsin. Our aim is to provide the highest level of medical care to our patients and the highest level of service to our clients. The business was originally started back in the mid 1950’s by Dr. Jacob Hines in the Village of Oxford. The current building was built in the mid 1980’s and is where we continue to practice today. In Aug of 1999, Dr. Steve Hines bought the practice from his father and business partner, Dr Sims. Along with Dr Hines, we have 3 associate veterinarians, Dr. Mandy Chun, Dr Kristi Halbach and Dr Krystal Weishaar.  They have made a great addition to our practice as we continue to expand to meet the needs of our diverse clientele.

We provide service to a variety of small animals.

Our Service area includes the following counties but not limited to: Marquette, Adams, Columbia, Sauk, Juneau, Green Lake, Waushara. Some of the towns in these counties include Westfield, Montello, Oxford, Briggsville, Endeavor, Adams, Friendship, Portage, Baraboo, Wisconsin Dells, Lake Delton, Mauston, New Lisbon, Wautoma, Coloma, Plainfield. Again, our service area is not limited to only the towns listed.

Patient of the Month.



Boomer came into AMVS for a checkup earlier this year. Over all he appeared happy but his owner was concerned as they had seen a red dot on one of his molars. Upon examination of Boomer’s mouth, it was discovered that he had fractured one of his teeth and there was pulp exposure. Pulp is the centermost part of the tooth that provides it with nerve and blood supply. When the pulp is exposed it can cause the tooth to become sensitive and painful. Boomer’s owner wanted to see if this would be the case for him but after a couple of weeks it was clear that Boomer was uncomfortable. He was avoiding his chew toys and licking and smacking his lips excessively when eating. Boomer received a dental cleaning and had the problem tooth extracted. He also had two more teeth extracted that were further back and had appeared to have abscessed. Now, Boomer is doing much better and back to playing with his chew toys. February is dental month at AMVS! Be sure to ask one of our staff about our products and services regarding your pet’s dental health!