We have a reception area that accommodates one entrance area and one exit area. We find that this really helps keep any unwanted interactions under control. You are welcome to come in either door though! You will always find a friendly face when entering our hospital.
We have a lobby that allows for plenty of seating. Feel free to take a rest or just wait in our lobby in one of our comfortable chairs and read one of our pet-friendly magazines.
We have three exam rooms that offer seating, a table for your furry friend, and magazines to read. Our doctors respect your time and privacy in our exam rooms.
We are proud to offer an in-house pharmacy where we keep a wide variety of medications on-hand. This allows us to start treatment for your pet sooner. We can thoroughly discuss and demonstrate how to administer their medication during your appointment.
We have the ability to run diagnostic tests in-house, which allows us to quickly diagnose and begin any treatments for your pet in a more efficient manner. Our staff is required to stay up-to-date on their continuing education to ensure we are providing you with the best medicine possible.
Our dental suite is where we perform our dental prophylaxis procedures. This includes ultrasonic scaling, polishing, and full-mouth radiographs on every dental procedure. We have digital dental radiography, which allows us to minimize the amount of time your pet is under anesthesia and gives us a comprehensive evaluation of your pet’s oral status to determine if further dental treatments may be necessary.
Our surgery suite is fully equipped and our staff is trained to provide the highest quality surgical services for your pet. Surgery can be a scary thing for both owners and patients, which is why we have developed a thorough surgical program to help reduce risk, make your pet and you as comfortable as possible, and to help ensure a healthy recovery.
Our treatment room allows for further evaluation and treatment of your pet. We perform blood draws, nail trims, anal gland expressions, ear cleanings, etc. We take great care to minimize any stress or anxiety your pet may be experiencing.
We are able to perform and read radiographs during your appointment, which may help us to reach a diagnosis in a more timely manner. We also work with the Board Certified Radiologists from the University of Minnesota, who can give us their expert opinion. Our Certified Veterinary Technicians stay with your pet throughout the radiographic process to help them feel as comfortable as possible.
We have separated our kennels for our canine and feline patients. We find this helps to decrease anxiety. We provide them with all their doggie needs – blankets or towels, access to our fenced-in backyard, and food & water dishes. If your dog needs to stay with us, we do ask that you bring their food from home to help prevent any tummy upset.
We have separated our kennels for our canine and feline patients. We find this helps to decrease feline anxiety when they are not directly exposed to canines. We provide them with all their kitty needs – blankets or towels, litterboxes, and food and water dishes. If your cat needs to stay with us, we do ask that you bring their food from home to help prevent any tummy upset.
We are lucky enough to have a fenced-in backyard for both our canine patients and staff members to enjoy. We give our canine patients plenty of opportunities to stretch their legs and have a potty break throughout their stay with us. We often find our staff members playing with our patients or simply enjoying the sun during the summer months. We’ve also found our canine patients love to dig tunnels and play around in the snow during our long Minnesota winters.