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Passionate Care. Meaningful Relationships.

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24 Hours Emergency

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The Animal Emergency & Referral Center of Minnesota (AERC) was established over 30 years ago by a group of veterinarians who wanted to provide their clients with quality veterinary care during non-business hours. We started out with one clinic, one veterinarian, and one technician! Over the years, our hospitals have grown, and we highly value the relationships we’ve built with local veterinarians, pets and owners in the many communities we serve. Today, we employ a wide variety of doctors and health care team members – all specially trained in emergency and critical care--in addition to a growing referral practice for when your pet just isn't feeling like himself. We understand the anxiety of having a sick pet because all of our doctors and staff are pet owners, too. Therefore, we make everyeffort to keep you “in the loop” about the care your pets receive, while paying special attention to your needs. We know that you need to be able to trust that, when care is needed, your pets and you will be treated like members of our family. If your pets need blood work, oxygen therapy, Intensive Care, X-Rays, ultrasound, surgery or any other care that requires immediate attention; we are ready to respond.  We are also one of the few hospitals in the state that is prepared to work with pets requiring cancer and hyperthyroid treatment.  In addition to good, old-fashioned TLC, we can provide any and all of these technologies to help make your pets feel like themselves again. Though we are an emergency practice and will never forget our roots, we are forging a future in referral medicine. Critical Care & Internal Medicine (including our I-131 Treatment Facility for Hyperthyroid Cats,) Surgery, Radiology, Cardiology, Cancer Care, and Dermatology are just some of the services your pets can receive when needed. If you have a sick bird, guinea pig, snake, hamster, or ferret, we’re also the only emergency hospital in Minnesota that has over three decades of emergency experience with exotic animals.
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Just East of 35 E on W. 7th St.
West Seventh


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Caring and kind-hearted people.

We took our ten year old Bichon into the hospital on Sunday. He was in critical condition, acute internal hemorrhaging...he was dying. He died in my husband's arms. We were devastated. The doctor and staff were understanding, kind and patient with us. The doctor was knowledgeable, honest and forthcoming. If you have a very sick pet, this is where you want to go.


Very Caring Service

Thank you so much to Doctor/Veterinarian Beth Ross. We had to bring in our 8 month old cockatiel Mena in because she was attacked by our kitten. Of course getting through the initial paperwork and financial responsibilities is challenging, however beyond that, the vet techs and Dr Ross were very caring, compassionate and honest. Because we were so distraught and concerned about our bird who was critically injured, they allowed us to sit with her for as long as needed, while she (Mena) was in the incubator getting oxygen and heat due to her trauma and shock. Mena ended up staying overnight and we took her home in the morning. I am happy to say that she is doing very well and is healing nicely. She is being given antibiotics and pain medicine for comfort. We are so grateful to everyone and even more grateful that our little Mena is alive and well!! Thank you again to the hospital staff and to Dr. Beth Ross.


Kari and Mo


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my cat was out of food and i have given her some fish in oil and i called the pet hospital and the told me to take it away and give her some boilled chicken till i get some food for her

thanks tech Kelly

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Animal Emergency & Referral Center of Minnesota

1542 W 7th StSaint PaulMN 55102

(651) 293-1800

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