Welcome to the Peterson Veterinary Clinic of East Grand Forks, Minnesota. Our staff of compassionate professionals, including doctors, technicians, assistants, receptionists and managers, are all dedicated to caring for your pets’ medical, surgical, dental and wellness needs.
Peterson Veterinary doctors and staff are dedicated to providing excellent care for your family's furry friend. We treat a wide variety of illnesses, injuries and ailments in pets of all ages. From cats, dogs, rabbits, ferrets, and guinea pigs, the team at Peterson Veterinary Clinic will determine the best treatment and prevention options for your pet.
The Peterson Veterinary Clinic partners with three other veterinary clinics in the Grand Forks/East Grand Forks area:Petcetera Animal Clinic, Kindness Animal Hospital and Grand Valley Animal Hospital to provide 24 hour on-call emergency services for our patients.
If a veterinary emergency arises outside of normal business hours, call our clinic at (218) 773-2401 and your call will be forwarded to the veterinary clinic on-call. If it’s necessary to bring your pet in, you will be instructed at that time which clinic you will be visiting. Veterinary emergencies are usually quite stressful to pet owners, so please pay close attention to those instructions so there is no valuable time wasted driving to the wrong clinic.
Additional fees apply to after-hours emergency visits.
If your pet is lost in Grand Forks, call the Grand Forks Police Department (701-787-8000). Pets picked up the Grand Forks Police Department are brought to the Circle of Friends Humane Society (701-775-3732) for safe keeping.
All pets in Grand Forks should be licensed. Click here for more information about licensing your dog or cat in Grand Forks.
Your pet is part of your family. Learn more (here) about keeping them safe during a disaster.
If your pet is lost in East Grand Forks, you should contact the East Grand Forks Police Department (218-773-1104) or here at the Peterson Veterinary Clinic (218-773-2401). If your pet is found by another citizen, they will usually call the EGFPD and an officer will bring the pet to a kennel facility within our clinic.
All pets in East Grand Forks should be licensed. If a licensed pet is picked up by the EGFPD, they will often return him/her to you free of charge. Click here for a link to the city ordinances pertaining to pets in East Grand Forks.