6315 Minnetonka Blvd, St. Louis Park, MN 55416

Open Weekdays 8am-6pm; Sat. 8am-12pm

Welcome to Oak Knoll Animal Hospital

Oak Knoll Animal Hospital has been a St. Louis Park landmark for more than 30 years. One thing that has remained constant during that time is the overwhelming spirit of compassionate care that's a part of everything we do. The medical staff at Oak Knoll is trained to practice the most current treatments available.. read more

Pet Wellness

Feline Leukemia

The Feline Leukemia (FeLV) vaccine is strongly recommended for all kittens up to one (1) year of age because of unknown future lifestyle and also for cats that go outdoors, have direct contact with cats or unknown status or that live in high turnover situations such as foster homes or other group housing and cats that live with cats infected with FeLV.  These cats should be vaccinated annually.  If you would like more information on FeLV, please contact us at 952-929-0074.  

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February is Dental Health Month for pets!  Healthy teeth and gums are an important part of your pet’s overall wellbeing.  Periodontal disease, characterized by infected teeth and gums, can cause sensitivity, pain and even system wide infection in your pet.  Good pet dental care starts at home. Home dental care recommendations include daily brushing, enzyme treats and anti-septic rinses.

Pets also benefit from periodic veterinary dental treatment as well.  Such treatments are performed under general anesthesia.  Teeth are cleaned and evaluated for periodontal disease.  Dental x-rays can help the veterinary staff detect tooth root infections and other facets of periodontal disease. Infected or otherwise compromised teeth are extracted, the remaining teeth are polished and treated with fluoride.  The end result is a happy pet with a healthy mouth!

Feel free to call for tips on getting started on caring for your pet’s teeth, or schedule an appointment for an oral health assessment with one of our doctors.


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November: Pet Cancer Awareness

Author: Dr. Becky Josephs

If you are reading this article, your pet is most likely a very important part of your life, and you want the best for him or her. In addition to keeping up with preventive care, such as annual or semi-annual physical examinations, vaccinations and parasite control, you can be proactive by watching your pet for any signs of illness, including cancer. Unfortunately, just like people, pets can develop many different types of cancer, so the symptoms can vary. However, by knowing what things to look for, you can help detect problems earlier, when they often have a better prognosis. read more

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