Albert Lea Veterinary Clinic,LLC

401 Saint Thomas Avenue
Albert Lea, MN 56007-3737

(507)373-8161

www.albertleavet.com

We are committed to providing your pet with a lifetime of quality care.

    


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The Albert Lea Veterinary Clinic, LLC is a modern, full service veterinary hospital that has been providing affordable and quality care for Albert Lea and the surrounding communities since 1965

Our vet clinic is easy to find-just west of I35 and south of I90, our building is on the corner of Main Street and Saint Thomas Ave on the east side of Albert Lea.  We serve clients from Minneapolis, Rochester, many south central Minnesota communities as well as many northern Iowa communities.

We offer a wide variety of services for not just dogs and cats, but many other small animals including exotics, birds, and pocket pets.

Neuropathic Pain in Dogs and Cats

Neuropathic pain is an abnormal painful response. It is caused by injury to or disease of the nerves, spinal cord or parts of the brain that are involved in rec ...

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Dental Home Care for Dogs and Cats

“Perio” means around, “dontal” means tooth:  Periodontal disease is disease around the outside of the tooth.The Tooth, the Whole Tooth and Nothing but the Tooth ...

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The Parrot's Tale

“Treat him like you would a very intelligent four-year old boy and you’ll be fine.”I tried not to shower my friend in suspicion and derision. After all, if the ...

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Jerky Dog Treats from China may be Associated with Kidney Issues

The chicken jerky treats made in China have been associated with kidney disease for a few years. Ever since the association between these products and illness w ...

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Patellar Luxation in Dogs Ranges in Severity

Patella luxation, or knee dislocation, can range in severity from a patella that can be luxated (dislocated) only in extreme extension and then snaps readily in ...

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What's in a Name?

Most veterinarians will warn you to never name a pet “Lucky.” For some reason, most Luckys are anything but. The canine versions have a knack for sniffing out ...

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