Welcome to Grand Rapids Veterinary Clinic,
A Full-Service Vet Clinic and Pet Hospital
Grand Rapids Veterinary Clinic is
an AAHA (American Animal Hospital Association) certified, full service
small animal vet clinic with offices located in Grand Rapids, MN and Longville, MN. Our vetinarians provide a wide range of medical, surgical,
and dental services for dogs, cats, birds, rabbits and exotic pets, as well as boarding services for dogs and cats. Our professionals 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.
We offer vaccination discounts
for multiple pets.
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our special offers.
Regularly scheduled visits are highly recommended for preventative procedures including: vaccinations, dental care, heartworm tests and examination for internal and external parasites. If your pet is injured or becomes ill, we are on call, 24-hours a day, for emergencies. We utilize our complete diagnostic capabilities to identify the problem as quickly and accurately as possible. Electrocardiograms, radiographs, blood profiles, bacteriology and other laboratory tests may be used to reach a diagnosis and develop a prognosis. The resulting treatment, whether medical or surgical, will be based on sound medical principals. Every attempt is made to help pet’s live long, comfortable and healthy lives.
In addition to pet health care services, we offer full boarding services for dogs, cats, birds, rabbits and exotics. We carry a full line of veterinary prescription foods for your pet’s specific medical condition and stage of life. Nutritional supplements, vitamins, flea control products and dental health products are also available.
The staff of doctors, certified veterinary technicians, technicians, assistants, receptionists and kennel care attendants at Grand Rapids Veterinary Clinic offer your pet a home away from home. Our staff is well trained and give individual attention to all your animal’s needs. Our veterinarians have a variety of interests and specialized skills. Consultation is used frequently within our own group as well with specialists outside our practice. We belong to local, state and national veterinary associations. Regular attendance at continuing education seminars keeps us up to date with new ideas, techniques and treatments.
We Are AAHA Accredited
We make it our life’s work to respect and honor the special bond you have with your pet. Our accreditation thru AAHA shows our commitment to provide the very best health care possible. Through AAHA’s on-site evaluation program, we undergo periodic, detailed on-site evaluation of more than 800 standards of veterinary care. Only 14% of the small-animal practices in the United States and Canada have received AAHA accreditation. We believe accreditation keeps us on the leading edge and focused on providing you and your pet with the quality health care services you need and expect.
When you bring your animal in for an appointment, he or she
may be a little uneasy around new people and other animals. We ask
that you restrain your pet by using either a leash or a pet carrier
before entering the waiting room.
To allow ample time for each patient and scheduled surgical procedure,
we operate by appointment. Occasionally an emergency arises, or a
pet with severe illness takes longer to treat than was planned, so
sometimes an appointment delay occurs. We will make a sincere attempt
to see each client on time and appreciate your calls to us if an
appointment needs to be changed.
Communication is an important aspect of our service. If at any time, you have a problem, question or complaint, please notify us. We appreciate constructive suggestions that help us improve our services to you. You can email us using our contact form, or you may call us at 1-800-858-1312.
Dr. Julie Kreeger
Julie Kreeger DVM, PhD was born and raised in Aitkin, Minnesota. She received her DVM from the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine in 1981. After practicing companion animal medicine for six years she returned to the University and obtained her PhD in Veterinary Biology. In 1995, Julie and her husband Terry, a wildlife veterinarian, moved to the Wheatland, Wyoming area where she worked as an endangered species veterinarian. Recently, she became a certified veterinary medical acupuncturist. Her pet family includes two pugs, a German shepherd and a yellow lab. She is excited to be back in northern Minnesota and enjoys fishing and upland bird hunting.