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Park Grove Pet Hospital Park Grove Pet Hospital
7663 79th St South, Cottage Grove, MN 55016 (651) 459-9663

Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. Tuesday, Thursday: 8 a.m. – 8 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Sunday: Closed

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“When PGPH says “Pets are family, too!” they really mean it!”
Kate F

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Park Grove Pet Hospital is a modern veterinary hospital, offering high-quality veterinary medicine and surgery to all pets, including dogs, cats, and pocket pets.

Enter Park Grove Pet Hospital and experience outstanding care! Our veterinarians and staff are committed to excellence. We complete ongoing education and training every year, with each staff member pursuing extra coursework in areas of special interest. In this way, we are able to offer quality veterinary care for a wide range of pets.

Our Focus: the Welfare of Pets

The primary focus at Park Grove Pet Hospital is the welfare of our patients. Whether during anesthesia, surgery, or throughout a dental procedure, we believe your pet deserves a safe and pain-free experience in a comfortable and caring environment. It is our goal to provide you with the finest in veterinary medicine.

A long and healthy life for any pet means a commitment to excellence in both veterinary and home care. Our staff supports pet owners in their efforts to maintain consistent wellness care, to keep abreast of the current information about raising pets, and to develop a strong human-animal bond. We understand that pets are an important part of your family and deserve the best we have to offer.

Accredited for Quality!

Park Grove Pet Hospital is proud to be accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA). Less than 15% of all animal hospitals in the United States carry this distinction and meet the highest standards in professional pet care. Becoming an AAHA-accredited practice was a goal of our hospital for several years, and we completed this voluntary accreditation program in 2011.

  • Anesthesia
    Methods are employed to assess anesthetic needs in patients, appropriateness of equipment, and anesthetic medications.
  • Client Service
    Open lines of communication are maintained with clients during all aspects of their visit.
  • Contagious Disease
    Protocols, processes, and facilities are appropriate to handle contagious diseases and avoid outbreaks.
  • Continuing Education
    Continuing education tools and opportunities are offered and encouraged for staff members.
  • Veterinary Dentistry/Pet Dental Care
    Safe dental procedures that protect both the patient and staff members are promoted within the practice.
  • Diagnostic Imaging
    Diagnostic imaging protocols are utilized to create a safe environment for both the patient and staff members and to ensure accuracy of results.
  • Veterinary Emergency Care
    Appropriate equipment handling and processes are provided for emergencies.
  • Human Resources
    Handling of personnel matters is professional and in accordance with state and federal regulations.
  • Laboratory
    Laboratory services are available for the prompt diagnosis of patients.
  • Leadership
    Clinic leadership has a commitment to creating a positive work environment and providing high-quality care.
  • Medical Records
    Continuity of care through medical record details is maintained accurately and thoroughly.
  • Pet Pain Relief/Management
    Pain assessment, management, and training is a priority for staff members.
  • Patient Care
    Humane and advantageous care is compassionately provided to patients during all aspects of their visit.
  • Pet Pharmacy
    Proper handling, storing, and dispensing of medications is maintained.
  • Safety
    Safety of environment for patients, clients, and team is a priority.
  • Veterinary Surgery
    Focus on patient safety in an aseptic environment with appropriate pre- and post-operative considerations.