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  • Rabies Alert
    Please Protect your four legged family members!!!The Minnesota Board of Animal Health just released information on the most recent documented Rabies positive animals.  There have been 6 documented cases so far Read more
  • Refer a Friend
    Refer a friend to Elm Creek Animal Hospital:Elm Creek Animal Hospital is Champlin's premier veterinary hospital and the only American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) - Accredited Veterinary Hospital in the area. We Read more
  • The Importance of Senior Pet Screenings
    We all love our aging pet companions.  Those white-faced dogs and scruffy old cats always pull on our heart strings.  Unfortunately, as our pets grow older, their risk of disease Read more
  • Canine Influenza
    We have received many questions and heard multiple concerns about the recent outbreak of canine influenza in Wisconsin, Illinois, Ohio and Indiana.  Canine influenza is a relatively new virus that infects the Read more
  • Does my pet have Diabetes?
    ~~My Pet is drinking more water…Is your pet drinking more than he used to?  Is he having accidents in the house, especially at night?  Is he losing weight despite eating Read more
  • No Lilies for Kitties!!!
    We wish everyone a happy Easter Weekend!  Please remember to look out for your feline companions and learn the dangers of some of the spring plants commonly seen this time Read more
  • Get Your Wag On!
    The Animal Humane Society is holding their 41st annual Walks for Animals on Saturday, May 2nd.  This is a great cause that helps countless animals in need.  There are many ways in Read more
  • Dangers of Spring
    Protect your canine companions from the dangers that accompany the wonders of Spring.  Heartworm, tick-borne diseases (including Lyme disease) and leptospirosis are common types of infections that carry significant risks Read more
  • Hyperthyroidism in Cats
    March will be dedicated to Hyperthyroid awareness!!Hyperthyroidism is the most common endocrine (hormone related) disease in cats.  As many as 10-15% of cats will develop this disease sometime in their Read more