The ongoing Coronavirus pandemic has thoroughly destroyed lives in every way imaginable, especially by way of our wallets. Finding affordable veterinary care for your Minnesota pets may seem daunting, but it’s entirely possible. Check out our comprehensive list of low-cost Minnesota pet care facilities.
Spay and Neuter Services
Twin Ports Spay/Neuter (Duluth)
This facility provides high-quality, low-cost spay and neuter services to homeless shelter animals and your Minnesota pets. Their mission: “to dramatically reduce the number of animals in the region that become homeless, enter shelters, and may potentially be euthanized.” Twin Ports’ website also offers a cohesive breakdown of their fees and how to prepare your pet before/after surgery. Call (218)623-6342 or click here to learn more.
MN SNAP (Minneapolis)
Minneapolis has its own spay and neuter assistance program that offers affordable spaying and neutering for your Minnesota pets. They’ll even spay/neuter your rabbits! While there will be a slight price increase come January 1, the fees are still cheaper than what you may find elsewhere. You can check out the price breakdown here. Call (612)720-8236 or click here for more information.
Animal Humane Society (Golden Valley)
Now, bear in mind that the Animal Humane Society only accepts patients by appointment due to COVID-19. Walk-ins are temporarily off-limits. That being said, the clinic in Golden Valley provides low-cost spay and neuter services for your Minnesota pets. Additionally, their site gives a comprehensive breakdown of what to expect regarding your furry loved one’s impending surgery. You can request an appointment on their page. Call (763)489-7729 or go here to schedule an appointment.
Pet Food and Other Items
Urban Tail Pet Supply (Minneapolis)
Urban Tails boasts superb customer reviews on Google. As per COVID-19 protocol, they only offer curbside pickup and delivery. No in-store shopping is allowed at the moment. They sell a wide array of food and supplies for your Minnesota pets. Treats, toys, beds, collars, and more are at your disposal. Get delivery, if you can. It’s a blessing in today’s day and age. Call (612)879-0709 to place an order for delivery or go here to browse their selection.
Atlas Pet Supply (Blaine)
As with most pet supply stores, Atlas has enacted new measures that allow folks and their Minnesota pets to stay safe during the pandemic. Curbside pickup and delivery are available. They sell multiple brands and organic, natural food aplenty for your furry friends. They don’t just cater to dogs and cats — they also provide products for reptiles, birds, fish, and other small pets. Call (763)862-8252 or click here to check out their offerings.
Chuck & Don’s Pet Food & Supplies (Rochester)
This pet supply store is a one-stop-shop for your Minnesota pets. They sell a wide variety of products geared toward dogs, cats, fish, reptiles, birds, and other small animals. Food, supplements, treats, toys, bedding, collars, harnesses. You name it, Chuck & Don’s offers it. Additionally, they sell wellness products that target whatever ails your furry loved ones. Call (507)322-5052 or mosey on over here to learn more.
Vicki’s Pet Services (North Branch)
Vicki’s Pet Services provides low-cost long-term boarding for your Minnesota pets, particularly canines. There’s plenty of open space for your pet to roam, and the website vows that your furry loved one will never be left alone. You can fill out a registration form online. Besides long-term care, Vicki’s Pet Services also offers short-term care, same-day daycare, and overnight boarding. Your pet will also get a bedroom of their own! Most importantly, you’ll get the temporary care you need for your pet at an affordable price. Call (651)307-8079 or click here to get more information.
Minnesota Veterinary Hospital (St. Paul)
Minnesota Veterinary Hospital is currently offering a discount geared toward new patients for wellness exams, so take advantage of that! This hospital provides life-saving surgeries, emergency care, diagnostics, vaccinations, senior care, dental care, and much more. In addition, their website offers plenty of knowledgeable resources so you can give your Minnesota pets the best care possible. Call (651)484-3331 or go here to learn more.
Animal Emergency & Referral Center of Minnesota (Oakdale)
This hospital is open 24 hours a day! That’s around-the-clock care for your Minnesota pets. Please keep in mind that only the Oakdale location of this establishment is open, as the St. Paul clinic is currently closed. For services, they provide emergency surgeries and critical care, cardiology, dentistry, oral surgery, neurology, internal medicine, and more. There are even payment plan options available to ease your mind regarding finances. Call (651)501-3766 or click here to browse their services.
Como Park Animal Hospital and After Hours Veterinary Care (St. Paul)
Here’s another hospital that’s open 24 hours a day, seven days a week! They even have an urgent care center for emergency visits. Como Park provides emergency surgeries, critical care, sick pet care, diagnostics, vaccinations, wellness exams, mass removals, and so much more. Get your Minnesota pets the quality care they deserve and call (651)487-3255 or click here to fill out a new client information form.