Paws and Claws Preventive Care Veterinary Clinic
Paws and Claws Preventive Care Veterinary Clinic will be opening for curbside appointments starting Tuesday, September 21, 2021.
In compliance with COVID recommendations, Paws and Claws will only be open for curbside preventive care appointments during the following clinic hours for the fall semester: Tuesdays from 12 pm – 3:30 pm.
Curbside appointments for the fall of 2021 allow one masked owner per pet to enter the building with them. We ask that owners remain in their vehicles until the time of their appointment. Upon arrival at the clinic, owners will park in a spot designated with a numbered sign and clinic phone number. Owners will call the clinic phone number (320-222-8269) to receive further instructions. A team of technicians will come out to greet the owner and pet(s), discuss preventive care needed, and return to the clinic with the pet(s) and the masked owner if they choose to attend the appointment. In the event that the owner elects to remain in their vehicle for the duration of the appointment, we ask that all pets be easily transported to the clinic using a collar and leash or secure pet carrier.
Paws & Claws Clinic Hours
Fall Semester 2021
Tuesdays: 12:00 pm – 3:30 pm
To make an appointment, please call the clinic at 320-222-8269. The phone will be staffed during clinic hours only beginning, January 19. Please leave a message as needed.
Appointments are for wellness and preventive care for dogs, cats, and some exotics (call for information).
- routine blood tests
- nail trims
- ear cleaning
Things to know:
- No appointments are available for surgery or grooming services.
- Payment is expected at the time of services.
- Sick animals, animals with health issues, or emergency situations must be referred to local veterinarians.
All clients must understand veterinary services offered by Ridgewater College are provided to enhance the student’s educational career. Student instruction is the primary purpose of these service-learning clinical opportunities. All animal-related experiences are used as teaching opportunities.