Fax: 952-929-0110

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 in veterinary medicine today. And they do it all with the same level of care that Oak Knoll Animal Hospital has always been known for.

From routine wellness exams to complex laser surgery, Oak Knoll Animal Hospital is still St. Louis Park's best choice for state of the art medical care combined with friendly, compassionate service.

We look forward to proving that to you!

 

Best of St. Louis Park 3 years in a row!

PET WELLNESS

Canine Influenza Virus/Dog Flu

Canine Influenza

Oak Knoll now carries the H3N2-H3N8 combination Canine Influenza vaccine.  There has been one confirmed case of H3N2, so far this year, in Minnesota.  According to the American Medical Association, there have been confirmed cases of H3N2 in Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Texas, Kentucky, Tennessee, Missouri, Louisiana, and Illinois.  If you are traveling with your dog out of state, or if your dog is exposed to other dogs, especially through boarding or daycare, please contact one of our veterinarians to determine whether this vaccine is indicated.  As always, if you have questions about this vaccine, or if you have other concerns, please consult one of our veterinarians. 

For more detailed information, symptoms, prevention and treatment of Canine Influenza, please visit http://www.akc.org/content/news/articles/canine-influenza-virus-notice/

 

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CHOCOLATE TOXICITY

Written by: Becky Josephs, DVM

            Halloween is almost here, and many of us will be handing out candy to eager trick-or-treaters. Chocolate remains a favorite type of candy, and our pets, especially dogs, may be tempted to raid the candy bucket to get treats of their own. However, it is important to remember that chocolate of all types is toxic to pets.     

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