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Grand Rapids Veterinary Clinic

Grand Rapids Veterinary Clinic 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. In addition to the best pet health care services, our extensive in-house pharmacy allows us to immediately pr

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. In addition to the best pet health care services, our extensive in-house pharmacy allows us to immediately pr

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Happy first day of Spring!
03/20/2022

Happy first day of Spring!

Happy St. Patrick's Day from the GRVC team! 🐾🍀
03/17/2022

Happy St. Patrick's Day from the GRVC team! 🐾🍀

It's K-9 Veterans Day. Honoring those furry heroes!
03/13/2022

It's K-9 Veterans Day. Honoring those furry heroes!

03/07/2022

Off to the races! #puppyraces

Check out these cuties that came to visit us today #welovepuppies
03/07/2022

Check out these cuties that came to visit us today #welovepuppies

This is Keeper. She is our first PennHIP patient. What is PennHIP you may ask? It is a hip screening tool available for ...
03/03/2022

This is Keeper. She is our first PennHIP patient. What is PennHIP you may ask?
It is a hip screening tool available for dogs and is accurate in puppies as young as 16 weeks of age! Wow! It gives an estimate of the risk for painful osteoarthritis of canine hip dysplasia later in life.
We are proud to announce we are on our way to be certified in PennHIP radiographs! Call for more information or if you would like to know more about the benefits and procedure for PennHIP screening click the link below.
https://antechimagingservices.com/antechweb/pennhip

March is Pet Poison Prevention Awareness month. Help keep your furry friends safe! 🐾
03/01/2022

March is Pet Poison Prevention Awareness month. Help keep your furry friends safe! 🐾

NOW HIRINGWe are adding receptionists to our very busy veterinary clinic. You will be responsible for answering phone ca...
02/22/2022
Grand Rapids Veterinary Clinic - Minnesota Small Animal and Pet Care

NOW HIRING
We are adding receptionists to our very busy veterinary clinic. You will be responsible for answering phone calls, scheduling appointments, and greeting patients (both types) to our clinic. You will also contact employees regarding patients, take messages, and perform other administrative duties.

We have full-time and part-time positions available and offer a very competitive salary plus benefits package. If you are interested in working for a dynamic and fast-paced veterinary clinic and have the skillset noted above, please drop off your resume or email it to: [email protected].
Learn more about us at: https://www.grvet.com

A Grand Rapids MN Vet Clinic with four veterinarians providing best quality pet care and boarding services for dogs and cats. Full service practice includes Emergency Medicine, General Practice, Vaccinations, Internal Medicine, Dentistry, Cardiopulmonary, Surgery, Radiology Consultation and Client C...

A Very Merry Christmas from the very merry team at Grand Rapids Veterinary Clinic!
12/24/2021

A Very Merry Christmas from the very merry team at Grand Rapids Veterinary Clinic!

If you're tempted to give your pet a taste of Thanksgiving, the following foods are NOT SAFE for pets    Turkey bones, s...
11/24/2021

If you're tempted to give your pet a taste of Thanksgiving, the following foods are NOT SAFE for pets

Turkey bones, skin, and gravy
Stuffing
Casseroles
Mashed potatoes
Creamed peas
Chocolate, cookies, pies, and sweets (especially anything containing xylitol)
Alcoholic beverages
Raisins and grapes
Onions, scallions, and garlic
Ham
Yeast dough
Fatty foods
Foods containing spices

Happy Thanksgiving Everyone! We are closed Thursday, but open regular hours Friday & Saturday.

To all veterans – thank you for everything you’ve done for our country, and for the many ways you continue to serve your...
11/12/2021

To all veterans – thank you for everything you’ve done for our country, and for the many ways you continue to serve your communities and your nation.

11/01/2021

Friendly reminder! The first Wednesday of each month, our lobby will be closed from 12pm-1pm. November 3rd initiates our first Wednesday - We appreciate your understanding 😻🐶

Happy Halloween! Whether your plans are a scary movie marathon with your cat or trick-or-treating with your pooch, we wa...
10/31/2021

Happy Halloween! Whether your plans are a scary movie marathon with your cat or trick-or-treating with your pooch, we want to wish you a safe and happy Halloween! Now, let’s see those HOWLoween pups and MEOWloween felines!

Make sure this Halloween is a safe one for your pet with these tips! #HalloweenSafety
10/28/2021

Make sure this Halloween is a safe one for your pet with these tips! #HalloweenSafety

10/12/2021

Notice: beginning November, our lobby will be closed the first Wednesday of every month from 12:00pm-1:00pm. Thanks for your understanding 🐶😺

Happy National Dog Day!Our own pups suggest that the best way to celebrate is by giving out some special, extra tasty ne...
08/26/2021

Happy National Dog Day!
Our own pups suggest that the best way to celebrate is by giving out some special, extra tasty new treats. ...and don't skimp on the belly rubs.😉

Grand Rapids Veterinary Clinic will be open normal business hours on Friday, Saturday and Monday.  For after hours emerg...
07/01/2021

Grand Rapids Veterinary Clinic will be open normal business hours on Friday, Saturday and Monday. For after hours emergencies, please refer to our website: https://www.grvet.com/services/emergency-pet-care.
Happy Independence Day everyone!

Help Your Pet Avoid Heatstroke This Summer▪  Provide plenty of fresh water in a bowl that cannot be tipped over.▪  Ensur...
07/01/2021

Help Your Pet Avoid Heatstroke This Summer

▪ Provide plenty of fresh water in a bowl that cannot be tipped over.
▪ Ensure adequate shelter from sun/midday heat.
▪ Outdoor kennels should be well-ventilated and in the shade.
▪ Avoid excessive exercise on hot days.
▪ Talk with your local veterinarian to determine if your long-haired Fido needs a summer haircut.
For more seasonal pet tips, visit our website at http://www.grvet.com/pet-health/seasonal-pet-care-tips...

CAUTION: Short Nosed Dog Breeds Are Extra Vulnerable to HeatPugs, bulldogs, and other flat-faced breeds are extra vulner...
06/05/2021

CAUTION: Short Nosed Dog Breeds Are Extra Vulnerable to Heat

Pugs, bulldogs, and other flat-faced breeds are extra vulnerable to heat because they have condensed nasal passageways. Dogs regulate their body temperature by panting. If a pug or similar breed is left in the heat, its body could have trouble maintaining optimal internal temperature.

See our posts from yesterday for tips on keeping your pets cool during this hot weather.

HOW TO PREVENT HEAT STROKE IN CATSUnlike us, cats only have sweat glands in their paws and around their nose which makes...
06/04/2021

HOW TO PREVENT HEAT STROKE IN CATS

Unlike us, cats only have sweat glands in their paws and around their nose which makes it difficult for them to regulate their temperature – this can lead to overheating and heat stroke on hot days.

To help keep your cat cool…

Make sure they have cool shaded areas to relax in and plenty of fresh cool water available – a fresh water fountain will help provide refreshing water for your cat. Keep your house cool and if you travel with your feline friend, never leave them in a hot car.

Heat Stroke in Cats

All cats can suffer from heat stroke, although they are pretty savvy in seeking our places to cool down. Still, it’s worthwhile knowing the signs:

- Fast and heavy panting
- Excessive drooling
- Increased pulse and heartbeat
- Vomiting
- Dark-coloured (red or purple) gums or tongue
- Excessive thirst
- Very high body temperature
- Weakness, unsteady or collapse
- Seizures or unconsciousness

If you suspect that your cat is suffering from heat stroke, move them to a shaded area and call your vet urgently.

How to Cool Your Cat Down

NEVER immerse your cat in very cold water as this can lead to shock. The best way to cool your cat is by temporarily placing cool wet towels across their body and/or positioning them next to a fan.

Allow your cat small amounts of water to drink and continue to cool them until their breathing starts to settle. Wet towels should not be left on for more than ten to fifteen minutes, otherwise they can start to heat them up rather than cool them down. Take them to the vet immediately for further treatment.

For more information about heat stroke, give us a call at Grand Rapids Veterinary Clinic: 218-326-0395 or visit our website: www.grvet.com.

8 WAYS TO HELP YOUR DOG AVOID HEATSTROKE1.   Always keep cool clean water available for your dog in a bowl that cannot b...
06/04/2021

8 WAYS TO HELP YOUR DOG AVOID HEATSTROKE

1. Always keep cool clean water available for your dog in a bowl that cannot be tipped over. If your pet is outside, make sure the water is in the shade. Carry extra water with you for your dog. Add ice to the water when possible.
2. Never leave your dog unattended out in the heat/sun.
3. Short-haired dogs can get sunburned, keep them in the shade as much as possible. Find a dog sunscreen that works for your pet.
4. Avoid excessive exercise on hot days. Mornings are best for walks.
5. Outdoor kennels should be well-ventilated and in the shade..
6. Wipe your pet down with a cool towel or leave damp towels out for your pet to lie on.
7. As often as possible, keep your dog in a ventilated and air conditioned space, like at home.
8 . If your dog begins to show signs of heat stroke, call a vet ASAP. Do NOT soak the dog with ice cold water as it could go into shock if he/she cools too quickly.
http://www.grvet.com/pet-health/seasonal-pet-care-tips

Remembering the fallen who courageously gave their lives, “Thank you” will never be enough. We will be closed Monday in ...
05/31/2021

Remembering the fallen who courageously gave their lives, “Thank you” will never be enough.
We will be closed Monday in honor of #MemorialDay

05/19/2021

Heartworm season is upon us! Is your dog protected against this devastating disease? Preventing it is easy with monthly treats! Most preventatives also deworm your dog for yucky intestinal parasites, too. Call us to get your dog started on this easy program, 218-326-0395.

In the meantime, check out this prevalence map for heartworm and tick disease in our area as well as areas you may be traveling to!
https://petdiseasealerts.org/forecast-map/#/

Ticks are out in full force! We love the warmer weather, but unfortunately so do they - we have had reports of deer tick...
03/29/2021

Ticks are out in full force! We love the warmer weather, but unfortunately so do they - we have had reports of deer ticks for the last 3-4 weeks! Not only do they cause nasty, itchy bites, ticks transmit diseases such as Lyme disease and anaplasmosis.

What can you do? Vaccinate against Lyme disease and use preventative products. We have several options for tick prevention for your dog (and don't forget the outdoor kitties!), call 218-326-0395 to pick up your prevention!

For more information on tick identification and disease, check out these links:
https://www.health.state.mn.us/diseases/tickborne/ticks.html
https://www.avma.org/javma-news/2020-02-01/tiny-ticks-big-threat
https://mmcd.org/2020/04/08/ticks-are-back-heres-what-you-might-find-in-minnesota/

Today is National Puppy Day! Your veterinarian is here to help keep your canine friends feeling their best. Annual check...
03/23/2021

Today is National Puppy Day! Your veterinarian is here to help keep your canine friends feeling their best. Annual check-ups are important, even for indoor puppies! Call us today to schedule an appointment, 218-326-0395.

01/29/2021

EMERGENCY SERVICE CHANGES

Beginning 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.

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405 SE 13th St
Grand Rapids, MN
55744

Opening Hours

Monday 8am - 6pm
Tuesday 8am - 6pm
Wednesday 8am - 6pm
Thursday 8am - 6pm
Friday 8am - 6pm
Saturday 8:30am - 4pm

Telephone

(218) 326-0395

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This pretty pup is missing in your area. Please share to spread the word. Please contact the number on the flyer with any information.
Missing in your area, please share! If you see him, do not chase or post the location on social media. Call the phone number as soon as you can. Thank you!
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Thank you for sharing your Christmas party with us at Blueberry Bowl. You were such super customers and just plain FUN people it was pure pleasure having your team as our guest. And a special thanks from myself for taking such great care of my fur babies over the past 20 years!
MISSING PUP IN YOUR AREA! Please share this post! He is small, may be hiding so keep an eye out. Do not try to catch him or chase. Please call the number on the flyer with information/sightings. Thank you!
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Thanks to Hans and the rest of the staff at the Grand Rapids Vet Clinic for helping us through a difficult time yesterday. Very much appreciated
We now have power and are open for business 😃
The Grand Rapids Veterinary Clinic is currently closed today, Wed July 28, as we do not have power. We are hoping to be open later this afternoon. Thank you for your understanding!
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Jetty dropping off a couple gifts For Dr. Leah Gustafson and the staff. She has been treating Jetty for blastomycosis & so much more, I have never met a kinder & more generous caring human and Jetty & I love her to the moon and back!
We are very grateful to Dr. Bill Treichel and support team for taking our cat Tater in on an urgent bases. Tater was very ill and I search for a veterinary clinic all across the Iron Range. Grand Rapids clinic agreed to fit him in. He was treated and is doing very well thanks to the care and compassion of the clinic staff. During his afternoon stay, I received 2 calls from the Dr. Treichel updating and seeking my permission for treatment, and then Dr. Bill Treichel himself brought my cat to my car and thoroughly explained what they did, what they found, and what they advise me to do. They get 5 stars in my book! Thank you so much!