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At Lyons Veterinary Service our goal is to provide quality care to the animals that you consider part of your family. We have furry family members too so we know how important their care is to you. 

Picture of reception area of practice, the brown desk the receptionist sits behind is shown
Outside of the practice building. The building is yellow with white trim.


At Lyons Veterinary Service we believe in providing conscientious care to pets and great service to their people.  Animals were created to be companions for people and they excel at this task.   We believe the human animal bond has the power to improve the quality, and even length, of our human lives.  In return for the companionship that our pets give us it is only fair that we in turn take care of them.

Photo of Dr. Baum Running sled dogs

Ailena Baum, DVM

Dr. Baum is a 2011 Phi Zeta Kappa graduate from the UW-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine.  Dr. Baum Grew up on a dairy farm in Northern Wisconsin.  Following graduation Dr. Baum spent a summer as a volunteer veterinarian in Mcleod Ganj India before accepting a full time position at a practice in Northern Wisconsin.  In addition to providing routine medical care to her patients Dr. Baum is experienced in general soft tissue surgery and performs many routine as well as emergency surgical procedures.  Dr. Baum has over four years of fifty percent emergency on-call experience.  Dr. Baum lives in Burlington WI with her husband, two children, the family's beloved sled dogs, two cats and a flock of chickens. 



These are the people who are dedicated to providing the best care possible for your pet. 




Vaccinations are critical in creating immunity to many common (and deadly) disease that pose a threat to dogs and cats.  Rabies and distemper are two well known disease that are easily prevented through vaccination.  At Lyons Veterinary Service we are committed to making needed vaccinations as safe and painless as possible for your pet.  For cats we provide Merial's Purevax line of vaccines--proven to NOT cause vaccine associated sarcomas--and our canine rabies vaccines are thimerosal free!  If you are concerned about over-vaccination we offer titer checks to accurately and individually assess if your pet's immunity is adequate from previous vaccines or if a booster is needed.


We offer a range of services including: Vaccinations, in-house laboratory, dental care, surgery and traveling specialist services.




1479 Creek Side Dr.

Burlington, WI 53105

Tel:  262-758-6337


Lobby hours: 

9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday.

Hours may differ on holidays.

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