Carver Lake Veterinary Center opened in 1996 and is an accredited member of the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA). The clinic offers complete medical, dental, surgical, behavioral, and grooming care for all of your companion animals. Our experienced staff cares for dogs, cats, and many exotic pets including rabbits, and rodents. Daycare is also available for busy pet owners who will be away from home for long periods of time.
Vote for Carver Lake Veterinary Center!
If you are happy with the care your pets have received here, please vote for us as Woodbury's Best! Voting ends January 31st, so vote today!
We are eligible for two categories;
- Veterinary Clinic
- Doggy Daycare/Kennel
Thank you for allowing us to be your other family doctors!!
Happy New Year!
In honor of the new year we will be closed on New Year's Eve and New Year's Day.
Your overweight pet could win free weight loss food from Royal Canin! Contact us today to sign them up for our New Year's Weight Loss Resolution Challenge!
Many people stop using flea and tick preventatives on their pets because they think, “it is too cold for the bugs” but this incorrect belief puts pets at risk for fleas and ticks all winter long!
Winter in the Midwest means quickly falling temperatures. There are a number of things you can do to keep your pets safe and warm during this year's cold season.
Send any questions you may have for Curry to email@example.com.
My New Year's Resolution this year is to lose some weight. I've always been a bit of a "fat cat" and I know that isn't healthy. What tips do you have for a pet trying to lose weight?