4809 Chicago Ave S

Minneapolis, MN 55417

Office: (612) 825-4427

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Award-Winning Veterinary Clinic Right in Your Neighborhood


      Mon – Fri 7:30 am – 6 pm         SATURDAY 9 AM – 1 PM


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Our Downtown Clinic

Convenient location, ample parking, and the same great doctors. Please come visit us!


Minnehaha Animal Hospital makes every accommodation possible for you if your pet has an emergency. In certain cases, our veterinarians may refer your pet directly to an emergency hospital during regular business hours if your pet requires emergency surgery, continued/overnight care, or immediate specialist care.

If you happen to have an emergency when our clinic is closed, there are local emergency hospitals available. Below you will find their information along with links to their websites.

Area  Emergency Veterinary Services:      *Hours info updated 6.1.20.  call to verify!  subject to change due to covid-19 

  • Blue Pearl (Golden Valley Clinic)   (Open Mon-Th 6PM – 8AM, Friday 6PM thru Monday 8AM)
    4708 Hwy. 55
    Golden Valley MN 55422
    (763) 529-6560
    Blue Pearl Golden Valley
  • Blue Pearl (Eden Prairie Hospital) (open 24 hours)   *CALL AHEAD – Very long waits, occasionally reach capacity
    7717 Flying Cloud Drive
    Eden Prairie, MN 55344
    (952) 942-8272
    Blue Pearl Eden Prairie
  • South Metro Animal Emergency Clinic  (Open 4:30PM – 8AM Mon-Th, Friday 4:30PM – Mon 8AM)
    14690 Pennock Ave
    Apple Valley, MN 55124
    (952) 953-3737
    South Metro Animal Emergency Care
  • U of M Veterinary Medical Center  *CALL AHEAD – Unexpected closures, at capacity, long waits
    1365 Gortner Avenue
    Saint Paul, MN 55108-6194
    Emergency/after hours phone:
    U of M Vet Medical Center Urgent & Emergency Care

Pet Poison Helpline:

This organization provides treatment advice to clients whose pets that have ingested poisons/toxins. The pet poison helpline has access to a huge database and is fully staffed with people trained in animal toxicology. They are able to give you, the owner, recommendations on what to do next. They will also give you a case number that can be used for follow-up questions and/or for your veterinarian to call to discuss the case.