Information about the new St. Croix County Medication Disposal Program. This program is free to all residents. Accepted substances include prescription drugs, OTC meds, vitamins, liquids, inhalers, sprays and pet medications.
Two horses from MN test positive for equine herpesvirus-1; a highly contagious virus that causes respiratory disease, abortion, and intermittent outbreaks of neurologic disease in horses.
Click here for the ASPCA's list of toxic and non-toxic plants
We now carry Sentinel Spectrum; the latest in parasite prevention for dogs! Spectrum provides protection from heartworm, roundworm, hookworm, whipworm, and tapeworm (New!). Call or stop by to pick-up your doses today! Click here for valuable rebates! (Prescription and recent heartworm test required prior to dispensing Sentinel Spectrum)
Spring is here and that means flea and tick season! Vectra 3D is a monthly topical medication that offers protection against fleas, ticks, lice, mites, and even acts as a mosquito repellent! Seresto is a flea and tick collar that offers protection for 8 months without that annoying flea collar smell. Call or stop in to pick-up Vectra 3D or Seresto today!
DVM360 magazine releases a list of the top dog and cat toxins of 2013. Click here for the full article.
Rabies positive feline in Roseau county- February 2014. Click here for more information.
Animal Care Center of Hudson 715-386-8878 591 Lenertz Road Hudson, WI 54016
Our Veterinarians Dr. Brenda Bray, DVM Dr. Kendra Newman, DVM
Certified Veterinary Technician J. Zimmer, CVT
Important Message for Cat Owners Please be advised that Easter Lilies are potentially deadly to cats. All parts of the plant are considered toxic; cats can suffer kidney damage and/or failure by eating even a small portion of any part of an Easter Lily.
Symptoms to look for include vomiting, loss of appetite, and depression.
If your cat exhibits any of these symptoms or if you suspect that your cat has ingested any part of an Easter Lily, seek veterinary care immediately. With prompt treatment, full recovery is possible. Due to risk, cat owners are advised to avoid placing lilies where cats reside.
Directions to the Clinic:
591 Lenertz Road Hudson, WI 54016
I94 to Exit #4, North on Hwy 12E, West on Lenertz Road, Left in front of Eagle Storage, follow to #591 IF YOU HAVE AN EMERGENCY AFTER HOURS PLEASE CONTACT THE ANIMAL EMERGENCY CLINIC AT 651-501-3766 1163 Helmo Ave North Oakdale, MN Map and directions