It’s official! We are now welcoming our clients and patients at our new location at 1541 Adams St.
A huge THANK YOU to all of our amazing staff who worked so hard during the moving process! Transitioning our entire practice to a new building was no easy feat, but our receptionists, technicians, and doctors all pitched in with a smile, and the move went smoothly. We are proud of our new space, and excited to share it with you!
Thanks to the unpredictable Minnesota spring weather, there is still a little bit of construction being finished on the exterior. We appreciate your patience as we polish up the parking lot, curbs, and landscaping over the next month or two.
We LOVE weight loss success stories, read about Archie below. If you have weight concerns about your own pet contact Sarah, our nutrition and weight loss consultant.
This is Archie, in August he became very sick, and was throwing up and had diarrhea, he weighed 30 pounds, the staff got him healthy, but told me and my husband he needed to be on metabolic food. He has lost 5.6 pounds, he plays and runs around the house, and is so happy. Thank you Sarah for taking such a loving interest in Archie! So much appreciated
Fleas and Ticks
NexGard is now 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 new option!
Spring and summer see the return of our old friends fleas and ticks. If you have had fleas once you would probably prefer not to have them back again (just like some relatives). You can never let your guard down in regards to parasites. Intestinal parasites can be picked up any time of the year. Parasite prevention, flea and tick preventatives and up to date vaccinations for visits to the dog park or commingling with others is always important. If you have questions or to check on your pet’s vaccination status, just give us a call.
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.
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