• Cats, dogs, and small companion mammals.
    We see
    cats, dogs, and small companion mammals.


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  • Serving Cats
    We are
    exceptionally cat friendly!


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  • Canine Athlete
    We take
    great interest in
    active dogs!


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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.

2201 Ventura Drive
Woodbury, MN 55125-4337

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Serving cats, dogs, and small companion animals/mammals

At Carver Lake Veterinary Center, we strive to be "your other family doctors" because we know that your pets are part of your family.  We provide top notch medical care for pets and exceptional customer care & education for owners.  We believe that when there is a partnership between a veterinary clinic and a pet owner, then our pets are able to receive the best care possible.

All of our doctors are here to serve your companion animals needs. In addition, we are proud that we service special interests in the following areas:

  • The Canine Athlete - Canine Athletes have special needs and Dr. Kate An Hunter is available to help.
  • Exotic Companion Mammals - Carver Lake knows that all pets, regardless of their size, are important members of your family. Click on the photo or the button below to learn more about specific services for your exotic pets. 
  • Animal Behavior - Many of our doctors have a special interest and additional training in dealing with behavior issues in dogs, cats, and small companion mammals.

Pet of the Month

Nominate your pet for our Pet of the Month by submiting your pet's photo and bio to ask@carverlakevet.com.

Meet Magic, May's Pet of the Month!

Magic is a sweet 5 year old domestic short-haired cat who belongs to Justin and his family.

Magic's favorite activities are playing with her feather toy and hanging out with her family.  She is quite the curious little gal too, and has even learned to open doors!  When no one is watching she might even try to sneak outside!

Magic's family feels very lucky to have such a sweet, intelligent kitty in their lives!

Past Pets


Employee of the Month

Meet Amy, May's Employee of the Month!

Amy joined our team as a client care coordinator and veterinary assistant nearly two years ago and has since become an integral part of our team

She was voted employee of the month for always being willing to lend a hand, even if the job is a messy one.  She isn't afraid of hard or dirty work, and is a true team player.  She also goes above and beyond for our patients, for example just this week we had a pup here recovering from surgery who just wanted to be snuggled, so Amy swaddled him in blankets she tied around herself up and carried him around the clinic in a make-shift bjorn!

We love working with Amy and appreciate everything she does for our patients, clients, and the clinic.


It's May - Spring is Here!

We are closed on Memorial Day.

What To Do With Wildlife This Spring

Springtime means more wildlife out and about.  If you come across any wildlife you think is in need of your help, please take a moment to access the situation. 

Dog Bite Prevention Week!

Each year, more than 4.5 million people are bitten by dogs, children being the most common victims.  Click here to learn how you and your kids can be safer around dogs.


Ask Curry

Ask Curry
Send any questions you may have for Curry to ask@carverlakevet.com.


My Friends From the Wild

Dear Curry,

I was romping around in the backyard and found a baby bunny all alone in the bushes.  I showed it to my owners, but they seemed unsure what to do with it.  Any advice?


Baby Bunny's Buddy

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