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.
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.
In order to serve you best, appointments are preferred, so please call ahead.
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- A new bus platform for the A-Line Bus line is currently under construction. The platform will permanently change parking availability in front of our building. All other parking areas will remain available as before. During construction, access to our front door will continue to be available. If you need closer parking or assistance getting into the clinic, please inform the receptionist. Sorry for any inconvenience the construction may cause.
All fees are expected at the time of the visit or the discharge of animal. We accept American Express, MasterCard, Visa and Discover. Estimates for any procedure are available after a physical examination.
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Lucy is a five-year old Dogue de Bordeaux. She found her forever home this past fall and loves being a member of the Mac Groveland community. She loves walks around her neighborhood park and Macalester College. Rain or shine she has her parents out walking where she’s on high alert for squirrels. She has nine young human cousins who she adores and loves. She likes watching 60 minutes, but can’t get into the Walking Dead. Her favorite foods are chicken and cheese.