605 13th Street West • Glencoe, MN 55336
Phone: 320-864-3414 • Fax: 320-864-3616

Clinic Hours

Monday: 7:30am- 5pm
Tuesday: 7:30am – 5pm
Wednesday: 7:30am – 5pm

Thursday: 7:30am- 12pm; 1:15pm- 5pm
Friday: 7:30am - 5:00pm
Saturday: By Appointment Only
Sunday: Closed
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Just in time for Summer: Top 10 Off-Leash Dog Parks


Does your dog want to go on a fun summer outing? Check out one of these Top 10 Off-Leash Dog Parks in Minnesota — Fido.com

  • Elm Creek Reserve Dog Park — Maple Grove
  • Bloomington Dog Park — Bloomington
  • Bryant Lake Regional Dog Park — Eden Prairie
  • Alimagnet Dog Park — Burnsville
  • Keene Creek Dog Park — Duluth
  • Battle Creek Regional Dog Park — St. Paul
  • Arlington Arkwright Dog Park — St. Paul
  • Woodview Dog Park — Roseville
  • Staring Lake Dog Park — Eden Prairie
  • Bassett Creek Dog Park - Crystal


Have fun & be safe! 


Signs Your Cat Is Hiding an Illness


Did you know that cats are exceptionally good at hiding their illnesses?  It's true.  Watch this video and learn more as Dr. Andy Roark discusses why it is so critical to pay attention to your cat's habits and behavior! 


Commonly asked question: Why does my dog stink?


Every dog owner is well-acquainted with the infamous “wet dog stink.” But for those of us more scientifically minded, the question arises”where does that smell come from? 

The American Chemical Society has the answer. In this newly released video, part of the organization’s “Reactions” series, the chemistry behind the smell of wet dog is revealed. In short, it’s a combination of yeast and bacteria microorganisms that collect on your dog’s skin and in the coat. When mixed with water, the molecules are released, creating that stinky stench we know so well. 

The video also discussed other olfactory-related mysteries surrounding dogs, like their acute ability to smell, why kibble is stinky to us but appealing to them, and the reason not picking up your dog’s poop can affect your health.