Oakdale
p. 651-501-3766
f. 651-501-3763
1163 Helmo Avenue North
Oakdale, MN 55128
 
St. Paul
p. 651-293-1800
f. 651-291-1337
1542 W 7th St.
St Paul, MN 55102
 

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Pet Safety Tips for Memorial Day Part I

Posted May 23, 2017 @ 1:50pm

Pet Safety Tips for Memorial Day Part IMemorial Day is around the corner! Whether you are planning to attend a parade, head out on the water, or soak up the sun, it is important to keep your pets safe! Here are a few pet safety tips to keep in mind this Memorial Day...

 

Oakdale's Growing Part III

Posted May 19, 2017 @ 8:44am

Oakdale's Growing Part IIIThose of you who drive by our clinic on a regular basis have expressed surprise at the (mostly) finished expansion project we started last September! D.J. Kranz Co., Inc. did a great job making sure the new construction tied in seamlessly with...

 

Run, Leap, Splash Part III: Dog Dock Diving Conditioning

Posted May 12, 2017 @ 10:58am

Run, Leap, Splash Part III: Dog Dock Diving ConditioningIf you have not read Part I, click here to learn about dog dock diving. Then check out Part II to learn about training your dog for the sport!It's important to maintain a well-conditioned dog when competing in dock diving. Remember, dogs...

 

Run, Leap, Splash Part II: How to Train for Dog Dock Diving

Posted May 9, 2017 @ 3:27pm

Run, Leap, Splash Part II: How to Train for Dog Dock DivingIf you haven’t read Part I yet, click here to learn more about dog dock diving, and see if it might be a good fit for your dog!Because dock diving is a high-intensity sport, dog owners should consult with a family veterinarian prior to...

 

Run, Leap, Splash Part I: What is Dog Dock Diving?

Posted May 2, 2017 @ 11:49am

Run, Leap, Splash Part I: What is Dog Dock Diving? A giant pool and a dog. This may seem like a natural fit, especially for dogs that love jumping off the dock into the cool, semi-opaque water to chase after a ball. The rapidly growing sport of dock diving trains dogs to run the length of a dock...

 

Heartworm Prevention: Mosquitoes are Coming!

Posted April 25, 2017 @ 11:19am

Heartworm Prevention: Mosquitoes are Coming!It’s easier to prevent heartworm disease than to treat the life-threatening heart and lung disease that can follow. To learn more about Heartworm disease, please talk to your family veterinarian, read our Heartworm Disease blog, or visit the...

 

 
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