Let us treat your pet like family!

Welcome to Animal Medical Clinic

Our doors are always open for tours by our staff and for any questions you might have regarding our clinic. Feel free to stop by.

Our Mission

Animal Medical Clinic's mission is to enhance the quality of life for our clients and their pets. Our team is knowledgeable, caring, friendly, and committed to outstanding pet health care.


In order to serve you best, appointments are preferred, so please call ahead. Appointments begin at 9 AM. If you like, you can schedule appointments through the pet portal by clicking the button at the top of the page.

*UNDER CONSTRUCTION We are updating our sign and awning in the next few weeks to accommodate for the new bus station and incorporate our new logo.  Stay tuned for a new look.


Parking is available on the street or in the lot located on the south east corner of St. Clair and Snelling Avenue. 

*SPECIAL NOTE ON PARKING - The A-Line Bus platform permanently changed parking availability in front of our building. However, all other parking areas remain as before. If you or your pet need closer parking, limited parking is available in the back.


All fees are expected at the time of the visit or the discharge of animal. We accept American Express, MasterCard, Visa and Discover.

Phone: 651-690-1564


Monday   8 AM  to  6 PM
Tuesday   8 AM  to  7 PM
Wednesday   8 AM  to  6 PM
Thursday   8 AM  to  7 PM
Friday   8 AM  to  6 PM
Saturday   8 AM  to  Noon
Sunday   Closed

Recent News

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Pet of the Month


Hi! My name is Pyper. My moms call me "Sweet Pea" or "Pea" for short. I am five years old and was born in Jacksonville, NC. My mom found me in a pet store when I was ten weeks old and flew me to my new home in TX in 2011. In 2012, my mom and I moved to MT because she got a new job. There I met my new brother, Walter, a Golden Retriever, and gained another mom! MT was my favorite place to live because I got to go hiking, swimming, walking off leash, and hunting a lot!  While I was living in MT, my moms figured out that my breed is an American Dingo (aka Carolina Dog)! Now my moms often call me "the dingo" or "dingo" in addition to my other nicknames. Sometimes they say a strange phrase that causes me to tilt my head..."The dingo ate my baby!"

Now I live in Saint Paul, MN and love going to the dog park, chasing the tennis ball, going for long walks, vacationing, and playing with other puppy friends. Starting in mid-October, I get to go to a class called "Agility for Fun" and I am so excited!

Since 2013, the veterinarians and vet techs at Animal Medical Clinic have taken really good care of me to make sure I am healthy. They are all really nice and have yummy treats.

If you ever see me, please come meet me and scratch my ears!  I'll probably bring you a tennis ball and convince you to throw it for me! Have a good day and happy tails!