• 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 Silver, April's Pet of the Month!

Silver is an incredible 2 year old Standard Poodle who belongs to Jeanne.  We have had the privilege of getting to know Silver very well, as he often visits us for daycare and grooming!  Because of Jeanne's attention to Silver's socialization and grooming needs, Silver is well known in his neighborhood as one of the nicest, handsomest dogs around!

Besides being super sweet and good looking, Silver is also very smart and has learned to open doors by himself!  Jeanne, and all of us at Carver Lake Veterinary Center, feel very fortunate to know such an amazing dog.

Past Pets


Employee of the Month

Meet Katie, April's Employee of the Month!

Our Certified Veterinary Technician, Katie, came to Carver Lake Veterinary Center over 7 years ago and has been a very important part of our team ever since.

Katie was voted employee of the month for her incredible work ethic.  She is one of the hardest workers we've ever met, accomplishing what seems like an impossible amount of work during each shift.  And even more incredibly, she keeps a fantastic, positive attitude through it all. 

Katie is so good to our clients and patients, and an fantastic role model to her teammates.  We as so fortunate to have her as part of our team.


Happy April - Bring on Spring!

April is Prevention of Animal Cruelty Month

Spring Cleaning for Pet Owners

Spring has finally sprung!  That means it's time to start our spring cleaning list to make the environment safer and more fun for us and our pets.

Parasite Prevention

Hopefully you have continued your pets' parasite prevention throughout the winter months, but if you haven't, it's definitely time to start back up!!!


Ask Curry

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


A Very Bad Habit

Dear Curry,

I am so embarrassed to ask this, but I need your advice.  As the snow melts and my poop appears from under the snow, I can't help myself, I want to eat it!

My owners hate this and yell at me not to do it, yet every time I'm outside without them, I can't seem to stop!  What should I do?? 


Unsavory Appetite

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