Regular pet check-ups are the best way to head off problems before they become serious.
Dogs and cats face greater health issues as they age, just like people. We work to keep your pet healthy and active over the full span of their lives.
Our digital x-ray capabilities provide convenient, on-site diagnostic support.
Our dental suite allows us to provide advanced dental care in addition to basic oral health examinations and cleanings.
We operate a full service in-house laboratory. In addition, we utilize respected outside laboratories for other tests.
Your pet's nutritional needs change at every life stage. We help you keep pace with these changing dietary needs.
We work closely with a number of specialists to give your pets the best care possible. Specialty areas include surgery, internal medicine, critical care, dentistry, dermatology, ophthalmology, behavior, physical rehabilitation and neurology. We routinely work with Animal Emergency and Referral Center of Minnesota but we also refer to the University of Minnesota, BluePearl and several others. Depending on the nature of the case, time of day/week and the specialist that is needed, care may be provided at their hospital or the specialist may come directly to our clinic to provide care for your pet.
We have invested in new technology at our practice to improve the health of your pets. We are now providing laser therapy as a means of relieving pain, reducing inflammation, and accelerating healing in both dogs and cats.
Exams, vaccinations, tests and counseling on pet behavior are essential to health and development.
We diagnose and treat a host of problems with animals' lungs, heart, liver, kidneys, endocrine and digestive systems.
We perform spays, neuters, mass removals, declaws, soft tissue and orthopedic surgeries.
We provide help with problems such as separation anxiety, excessive barking, chewing, inappropriate elimination and aggression.
Ask for our list of approved boarding facilities and pet sitters.
Vaccinations and other preventive and palliative care.
We can work with you to develop a pain management program that works for you and your pet. Dr. Karen Christopherson performs acupuncture and can discuss stretching and strengthening exercises, while all our doctors are familiar with safely using supplements and medications to alleviate both chronic and acute pain.