Our goal at the Minnesota Valley Pet Hospital is to exceed your expectations! We strive to provide you and your pet with the highest quality veterinary care in a warm, caring, and safe environment.
About The Hospital
Many, many thanks to our clients who have voted us Best Veterinary Hospital in Mankato for 7 years in a row!
1541 Adams Street
Mankato, MN 56001
After Hours: 507-345-5900
Monday – Friday
7:00 AM – 6:00 PM
8:00 AM – noon
The Minnesota Valley Pet Hospital is a full service veterinary medical facility located in Mankato, MN. Our professional and courteous staff seeks to provide the best possible medical, surgical, and dental care for our patients.
We are committed to promoting responsible pet ownership, preventive health care and health related education for our clients and their pets. We strive to offer excellence in veterinary care to Mankato and the surrounding communities. Originally founded as the Boerboom Pet Hospital we have proudly served the area since 1971. Our doctors have over 95 years of cumulative veterinary experience.
After 48 years and many remodels, we moved from our Madison Ave location to our new building on Adams Street in April of 2019.
Please feel free to contact us to find out more about our hospital, our services, and how we can serve the needs of you and your pet.
Do you remember our logo? This was in use from the mid 90’s to April 2013 when we launched our new website and changed over to our new logo with updated color scheme.
In The News:
HAVE YOU SET UP YOUR PET PORTAL YET?
Our NEW Pet Portal enables clients to access their pet’s records, make appointment requests, refill medications, and even make payments online! Set up your account at:
If you have any difficulty, just give us a call!
We also have a new number for texting: (507)707-5077
We are planning a major software change! Our new electronic medical record program will enhance our record keeping and communication. To ensure a smooth transition, we will be running at reduced capacity for several days, from February 27 to March 1, while all of our patient data is transferred and our new workflows take effect. Please be mindful that we may not be able to see as many patients or respond to messages quite as promptly on these days.
We appreciate your patience and understanding during this transition. We are excited to continually make improvements and serve you better!
Masking is optional in our facility. If you are feeling ill or have had a recent COVID exposure, please stay home for your health and the protection of others.
Throughout the COVID era we have found that some “traffic control” measures in the clinic have greatly benefited our patients! If you are here for an appointment with a pet, we still ask that you wait in your vehicle and call or text to let us know that you are here. When a room is ready you will be instructed to come inside. This system singificantly reduces the stress level of dogs and cats as they wait for appointments.
If you are here to pick up a patient, food or medication you are free to enter the building and come inside to the reception desk.
Our overall goal is still to keep our doctors, staff and you as safe and healthy as possible so that we may continue to be here daily to serve the companion animal community.
Medication and Pet Food
It is easy to get your pet’s medication and food without leaving your home! We encourage you to utilize our online store by following the link below.
By using the online store your pet food and medication will be delivered right to your door.
Fleas and Ticks
NexGard is available! This is a once a month oral flea and tick preventative for dogs. If you don’t like using the topical preparations ask us about this great option!
Recovery and Rehabilitation
We are often asked how well dogs recover after reconstructive knee surgery. Here is a picture of Annie 18 months after the first and 12 months after the second surgery for ruptured ACL ligaments in her knees. As you can see she is back to full enjoyment of the lake life.
Rabies is present in mammals almost worldwide and is a major human health concern in some regions. We are fortunate to live in the United States where decades of judicious [ Read More ]
Dedicated to our recently passed companions.
25 Inspiring Quotes For People Who Love Animals
You can judge a man’s true character by the way he treats his fellow animals. – Paul McCartney
My goal in life is to be as good of a person my dog already thinks I am. ~Author Unknown
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Travel With Pets
Knowing the rules and regulations about airline travel with pets can make the whole travel experience easier and more enjoyable for everyone involved. [ Read More ]
We are compiling behavior resources for dogs and cats. From puppy socialization to aging and cognitive changes in dogs… from dealing with rough play in kittens to adult cats urinating outside the box… we can help you manage behavior problems. Behavior Resource Page.
WARNING: Mouse Poison
Rodenticides (mouse poisons) are highly toxic to pets—if ingested, the results could be fatal. If you must use these products, do so with extreme caution and put them in places inaccessible to your pets.
There are two common types currently available:
Brodifacoum – an anticoagulant that has an antidote available.
Bromethalin – a neurotoxin that has NO available antidote.
If you pet has gotten into a mouse poison, call immediately and have the packaging available for the doctor. If you use mouse poisons, know what you are using and keep the package available just in case.
Local artist paints wonderful vibrant paintings of pets from photos. A great gift idea or a memorial to a loyal friend. Follow the link to her website.
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While springtime sees the reemergence of mosquitoes, and renewed concerns regarding heartworm disease transmission, we encourage the year-round use of oral parasite preventatives. [ Read More ]
We recommend both Heartworm pills and Flea and Tick preventatives year round because you can never let your guard down in regard to parasites. Intestinal parasite prevention, flea and tick preventatives, and up to date vaccinations are important, especially before visits to the dog park or commingling with others. If you have questions, or need to check on your pet’s vaccination status, just give us a call.
If you are thinking of ordering your pet’s medications from an online pharmacy, please consider using the link below to My VetStore Online Pharmacy. This is a veterinarian-run pharmacy in conjunction with Midwest Veterinary Supply, a reputable national distributor. In contrast to other online vendors, because it is veterinary-run all manufacturer guarantees of quality, safety and efficacy remain in effect. When ordering from My VetStore Online Pharmacy you can be assured that the product you receive is the product you ordered and not a counterfeit or overseas knock-off that may not be safe or effective.
A Note of Thanks…
We received this lovely card from a client who lost their companion. Pictures and memories like this one never fail to brighten our day. We often get notes of thanks from our clients, but here are some thoughts on our thankfulness for you. [ Read More ]