AAHA

Longville Office
5016 State Hwy. 84
Longville, MN 56655
218-363-3343
Hours: Tuesdays
9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Grand Rapids Office
405 SE 13th Street
Grand Rapids, MN 55744
218- 326-0395
Hours:M-F: 8 a.m.-6 p.m.
Sat: 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m.

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Welcome to Grand Rapids Veterinary Clinic.

Welcome to Grand Rapids Veterinary Clinic

Grand Rapids Veterinary Clinic is now performing Carside appointments due to Covid-19. Please download and view the PDF: What to Expect with your Carside Appointment.

COVID 19 information
Carside-Appts.pdf
Grand Rapids Veterinary Clinic is a full-service small animal vet clinic with offices located in Grand Rapids, MN and Longville, MN. Our veterinarians provide a wide range of the best medical, surgical, and dental services for dogs, cats, and other small pets. As an AAHA (American Animal Hospital Association) certified veterinary clinic, our professional staff strive to maintain the health and well-being of every animal placed in our care. We promise the highest standard of veterinary care and preventative health programs available for your pet.

Our extensive in-house pharmacy allows us to immediately provide the medication your pet may need, as well as select veterinary prescription diets to get your pet started on the road to wellness. In addition, nutritional and joint health supplements, flea and tick control products and dental health products are available.

COVID 19 informationLetter To Clients from Your Veterinary Clinic Team

Jan. 4, 2021:  As we begin 2021, our number one priority during these ever-changing pandemic conditions remains to provide excellent care to our patients while keeping the health and safety of our clients, team and community a priority.

Appointments:  We are still conducting Carside Appointments and foresee this as a continued "normal" for a while longer. Please review our "What to Expect" guide and call us with any questions you may have regarding this protocol. We appreciate your understanding and cooperation. As before, there may be some medically relevant exceptions ot the carside appointments, such as euthanasia, acute trauma, and perhaps some other emergent cases. We will continue to limit the amount and number of human-to-human contact until futher notice.

Surgical/Dental:  We are happy to inform you that we can now regularly offer these services again as the previous executive order has been rescinded. Please give us a call or use our online form to schedule an appointment.

Boarding: At this time our boarding facilities remain closed. Fortunately, there are several locations around our community still offering this service.

Thank you for supporting us and understanding our obligations to adapt. We sincerely appreciate your continued trust in our team for your pet's care.

Important Changes to After Hours Pet Emergencies Calls

Grand Rapids Veterinary Clinic Doctors Heather Kreuger, Therese Schneider, Leah Gustafson and Hans KaldahlBeginning February 1, 2021, all overnight emergency services calls from 10 p.m. to 8 a.m. (7 days a week) will be referred to Blue Pearl Emergency Pet Hospital in Duluth or Red River Animal Emergency Hospital in Fargo. The teams at these facilities are available to triage emergency situations and offer the best treatment recommendations. After hours emergency calls on major holidays including Memorial Day, July 4, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year's Eve and New Year's Day, will also be referred to these two hospitals. Our phone system will notify you if you need to call those animal hospitals instead and provide you their telephone numbers.

Your Grand Rapids Veterinary Clinic team is still available to handle all calls from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m., 7 days a week, excluding the holidays noted above.

Please know that this decision has been a tough one to make and may understandably bring some frustration. Our team’s safety is at the forefront of this change. We have seen a dramatic increase in non-client emergency calls as we have been the only area clinic available after many of the veterinary clinics and hospitals in surrounding areas started routinely referring their emergencies to us. This resulted in us serving a large range of unfamiliar people and pets, creating unsafe situations and vulnerability for our team members. We believe the decision is in the best interest of our team’s well-being, and to be here for our regular pet families.

If you have questions or concerns please feel free to contact us at 218-326-0395.
For Pet Emergency information, visit https://www.grvet.com/services/emergency-pet-care.