Welcome

Our doors are always open for tours by our staff and for any questions you might have regarding our clinic. Feel free to stop by.

Our Mission

Animal Medical Clinic's mission is to enhance the quality of life for our clients and their pets. Our team is knowledgeable, caring, friendly, and committed to outstanding pet health care.

Appointments

In order to serve you best, appointments are preferred, so please call ahead. Appointments begin at 9 AM.

Parking

Parking is available on the street or in the lot located on the south east corner of St. Clair and Snelling Avenue next to Sweeney Cleaners.

*SPECIAL NOTE - The A-Line Bus platform permanently changed parking availability in front of our building. However, all other parking areas remain as before. If you or your pet need closer parking, limited parking is available in the back. 

Fees

All fees are expected at the time of the visit or the discharge of animal. We accept American Express, MasterCard, Visa and Discover.

Phone: 651 690 1564


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Hours

       
Monday    8 am   to   6 pm
Tuesday   8 am   to   7 pm
Wednesday   8 am   to   6 pm
Thursday   8 am   to   7 pm
Friday   8 am   to   6 pm
Saturday   8 am     to     12 pm
Sunday   closed
     

Recent News

National Pet Dental Health Month

February is National Pet Dental Health Month, and an appropriate time to remind pet owners that many oral diseases affect dogs and cats much the same as humans.

Canine Influenza

AVMA article about Canine Influenza

Pet of the Month

MAXINE

Maxine, aka Maxie, is a 6 year old tri-colored Pembroke Welsh Corgi.  This month, she'll celebrate her one year anniversary as a Minnesotan, having moved to St Paul from Columbia, South Carolina.  Folks who worried about her adapting to winter need not have worried -- she LOVES the snow!  She's also a good fit for the land of 10000 lakes, heading into the water with enthusiasm, and always excited about fishing with her humans.  Maxie is quick to play, but loves her naps.  She readily positions herself for tummy rubs and belly wipes, which is a good thing for a short-legged dog.  She has trained her new family well, even to the point of them occasionally speaking with a southern accent.