Our full-service facility and friendly staff provides the finest Western and Eastern medicine to cover the diverse and changing requirements of our customers and their pets. Who We Are Our practice is accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association AAHA. We belong to a tiny group less than 15% of clinics that voluntarily meet or exceed the association's standards - the highest levels available for tiny animal veterinary practice.

Contact Details

  City Wayzata, MN
  Zip Code 55391
  Address 3318 Groveland School Road
  Phone Number (952) 473-1239

  • I would not recommend this business
  • On time
  • Crazy high costs

Completely focused on pushing tests and procedures at 10x cost. I got a $2,500 dental quote and just about laughed in their face. Went to another vet I had previously visited and they quoted me $250. Minnetonka Animal Hospital sells through fear and guilt. Will never go back.

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From Our Website

At Minnetonka Animal Hospital, we provide exceptional comprehensive care for cats, dogs, and small mammal pets. We are committed to serving the diverse needs of our pet owner community, which is why we offer both Eastern and Western care options. To ensure our commitment to veterinary excellence, we are accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA), and we are a certified Gold Standard Cat-Friendly Practice. To enhance the human-animal bond by providing excellent integrated veterinary health care.

Prior to any surgical or dental procedure, our veterinarian will evaluate your pet's medical history and conduct a thorough pre-surgical exam. After surgery, you will receive a phone call from our team with a post-operative update. We also provide you with comprehensive instructions on how to care for your pet at home. Once you leave our hospital, a member of our team will follow-up with you the next day to check in on your pet's progress and provide appropriate support. To ensure your pet is healthy enough to undergo anesthesia, pre-surgical bloodwork will be ordered within 30 days prior to your pet's procedure.

Pet overpopulation is a significant concern. No one wants their neighborhood overrun by stray animals creating noise and other disturbances, causing auto accidents, and killing livestock or other pets. Strays can also carry rabies and other diseases, becoming a public health hazard. Millions of dollars are spent each year on the care and shelter of unwanted and abandoned animals. By spaying or neutering your companion, you can help combat the problem of pet homelessness and protect your community.

Our vaccine recommendations are tailored based on lifestyle, risk of exposure, and your pet's unique health care needs. Not all vaccines are required yearly, and some are administered based on lifestyle. Your veterinarian will discuss this with you and your family to determine the specific vaccinations required for your pet and can help you develop an appropriate schedule. Our clinic also offers laboratory titers as an alternative to some vaccinations. Rest assured, we always customize plans to the needs of our patients.

There may come a time when surgery is required to advance your pet's health. While this experience can be stressful, know that the safety and comfort of your companion are always our top concerns. With all the advancements in veterinary medicine, it can still be stressful to hear that your pet needs surgery. As an AAHA-accredited practice, we adhere to the highest surgical standards and sterile practices in the industry. You can trust our knowledgeable team to provide outstanding care for your cat, dog, or small mammal pet.

Because 60 percent of your pet's tooth lies below the gum line, radiographs (x-rays) are essential to helping us evaluate his or her dental health. We're often able to identify abscessed or fractured teeth through an x-ray even though everything appears normal on the surface. To provide your pet with the best possible care, we utilize Dexis Digital Dental Radiography®, an award winning system in x-ray technology. Similar to the transition from film to digital photography, the use of digital x-rays is a great advancement in veterinary medicine.