Veterinarian in Elk River, MN

With two veterinary clinics conveniently located in Elk River and Princeton, Barrington Oaks Veterinary Hospital is the place to go if you are in need of a caring veterinarian and a full service animal hospital that meets all of your pet care needs. Treating dogs, cats, and exotic pets since 1986, we understand the importance of your pet’s health. For this reason we offer a variety of services, from preventative care such as routine pet exams and pet vaccinations, to various types of treatment, such as laser therapy and emergency care.

The veterinarians at our animal hospital have many years of experience when it comes to pet wellness and treating serious conditions. Working with our veterinarians is a highly qualified and friendly staff that includes veterinary technicians, assistants, and office support.

Our Veterinary Services

Pet Wellness

Each veterinarian at our clinic will treat you and your pet with the utmost respect. Because we want your pet to be healthy, we stress the importance of regular pet exams, which can detect possible health issues early on. In most cases, the earlier a problem is caught, the easier it is to treat. Our vets also highly recommend pet dental care, which includes regular dental checkups and teeth cleanings. When your pet’s teeth are healthy, it helps reduce the chances certain diseases, such as heart disease and kidney disease.

Pet Allergies

Determining when you need to see a veterinarian for pet allergies is a vital part of keeping cats and dogs healthy. At Barrington Oaks Veterinary Hospital we offer superior care to any pet suffering. Rest assured that we will get to the bottom of why they don’t feel well. Before you know it, they will be healthy again. Here are some things to look for, that will tell you when veterinary services are needed.

Laser Therapy

Our pet laser therapy services are a noninvasive procedure that uses light pulses to treat injured or hurt areas. This laser can help cells to regenerate and can help increase blood circulation to injured areas. Using laser therapy is still a relatively new idea for use in veterinary medicine, but overall, the results have been outstanding.