Parkview Cat Clinic
Parkview Cat Clinic
837 Sibley Memorial Hwy
Mendota Heights, MN 55118
ph: (651) 552-0848
fax: (651) 552-8564

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Office Hours:
Mon.-Thu.: 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Friday: 8:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Saturday: 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Our mission here at Parkview Cat Clinic is to provide your pet with the best possible care.

From surgery to basic nail clipping, we want to help ensure that your furry friend is as happy and healthy as can be.

The veterinarians here at Parkview Cat Clinic are highly skilled in diagnosis and are knowledgeable about the most advanced and best treatment methods available for your pet.

River Bluffs Center Fund Raiser
The owners of the River Bluffs Center are organizing a fund raiser for the family of Mendota Heights Police Officer Patrick. It will be next week Saturday, August 9th from 1pm - 4pm. They are still working on the details and we will post them as soon as we know. Parkview hours may be abbreviated next Saturday depending on the details of this fund raiser. Our thoughts are with the family, friends, and the officers of Mendota Heights.
Fund Raiser for the family of Officer Patrick
The City of Mendota Heights recommends donating via the Credit Union. This will ensure that the family receives the funds.

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American Express Shop Small Business in August
Take advantage of the Shop small® august offer! This August, American Express is giving Card Members the opportunity to get a $5 statement credit after they spend $5 or more on an eligible, registered Card at a qualifying small merchant listed in the Shop Small August Offer Directory. Card Members can get up to three $5 statement credits per registered American Express® Card. Care Credit
Our clinic is currently accepting Care Credit.
Heartworm Society The Dangers of Moquitos! Protect Your Cat Against Heartworm Now!

Heartworm disease is contracted my our warm weather pests, the mosquitos.  Heartworm infection occurs when a mosquito carrying microscopic heartworm larvae bites our pets and leaves the larvae behind.  The larvae then enters the cat's bloods stream and is carried to the heart and lungs of our furry friends.  Researchers have found that cats who live in areas where dogs develop heartworm have a 10 % chance of contracting the disease.  While that percentage seems low, it is significant in that heartworm disease in cats is not curable: PREVENTABLE YES, curable NO!

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