In an Emergency:

  • Don’t panic, remember your pets well being depends on you
  • Call your veterinarian or emergency clinic, immediately
  • Handle your pet with care. An animal in pain will bite, muzzling may be necessary for your own safety.
  • Control any bleeding by applying direct pressure, a tourniquet may be necessary, never leave a tourniquet on for more than 20 minutes at a time.
  • Transport your pet carefully using a blanket or stretcher. Find someone to help you transport your pet, if needed.

Emergency Clinics

University of Minnesota
Veterinary Medical Center

612-625-8387
1365 Gortner Avenue
St. Paul, MN 55108

Affiliated Emergency Veterinary Services

Website

Coon Rapids Emergency Clinic
763-754-9434
1615 Coon Rapids Blvd
Coon Rapids, MN 55433

Blaine Emergency Clinic
763-754-5000
11850 Aberdeen St NE
Blaine, MN 55449

Golden Valley Emergency Clinic
763-529-6560
4708 Hwy 55
Golden Valley, MN 55442

Eden Prairie Emergency Clinic
952-942-8272
7717 Flying Cloud Drive
Eden Prairie, MN 55344

Animal Emergency And Referal Center Of Minnesota

Website

St. Paul Location
651-293-1800
1542 West 7th St.
St. Paul, MN 55102

Oakdale Location
651-501-3766
1163 Helmo Ave N
Oakdale, MN 55128

Poison Control

Know What Is Poisonous To Your Pet?
There are many household plants, chemicals, and even foods that are toxic to our pets. For example, grapes, raisins, onions, and chocolate are all toxic to dogs. Ask us to send you a copy of our poisonous plant brochure.

Resources

National Animal Poison Control Center
1-888-232-8870
There is a per incident fee

MN Poison Control System
1-800-764-7661

Pet Poison Hotline
1-800-213-6680
There is a per incident fee