Parkview Cat Clinic
Parkview Cat Clinic
837 Sibley Memorial Hwy
Mendota Heights, MN 55118
ph: (651) 552-0848
fax: (651) 552-8564
email: parkviewcatclinic@gmail.com

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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 staff at Parkview Cat Clinic is dedicated to providing your feline friends with the best possible care. With almost 40 years of combined experience, our staff knows what it takes to make your cat's visit as easy as possible. The veterinarians here at Parkview Cat Clinic are highly skilled in diagnosis and are knowledgeable about the most advanced and best treatment options available for your cat. From basic nail clipping to surgery and advanced dental care, we want to help ensure that your furry friend is as happy and healthy as can be.

New Rat Poison- BEWARE!
There is a new rat poison on the market. This is a very nasty one. Please read the flyer. If you have any question don't hesitate to call us.

rodenticide.pdf rodenticide.pdf


 
Labor Day Holiday Hours
Hello everyone. Can't believe it is the end of the summer already but alas, it is. We will have holiday hours next week. We are closed Saturday August 30 and Monday September 1. Let us know if you need any food or medication for your fuzzy felines. Have a great holiday.
 
Moose Country Hosting Benefit for Mendota Heights Police Officer's Family
Saturday September 27th from 1pm - 10pm, Moose Country is hosting a benefit for the family of the fallen officer in Mendota Heights. Please join them for the event. Parkview will be closed that day due to the event. If you have any questions please give us a call. More info
 
http://www.carecredit.com/providerloc/results2.html?Zip=&Profession=0&Radius=-1&Name=parkview+cat+clinic&x=0&y=0# 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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NVR Miss LitterBox NVR Miss Litterbox
Does your cat love to dig in the litter box and scatter litter everywhere? Check out the new design! Sold at Parkview Cat Clinic and online. Please call Parkview for the cost, price online does not reflect shipping from Canada.
 
Cat Friendly pamphlet Cat Friendly Practice Gold Award
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Angie's List Super Service Award
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