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Welcome to Southfork Animal Hospital
Serving Lakeville, Minnesota, and
surrounding communities since 1989.
We are a full service animal hospital offering first rate pet care delivered with great service. Our hospital is accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association, which demonstrates our commitment to maintaining professional standards in veterinary medicine. Dr. Paula Schanck, Dr. Katherine Belisle, Dr. Erin Wrecza and Dr. Kimberly Lentz are all licensed veterinarians who would love to see your furry companion, and Dr. Belisle is also very qualified to offer quality pet care to pet birds and small exotic and pocket pets.
Our doctors and staff are dedicated to helping our clients keep their pets healthy and to helping
them learn about pet health care issues affecting all life stages of their pets. We strive to be your chosen partner for the health of your pet. We offer routine examinations and vaccinations, as well as complete medical, surgical and dental care. Our doctors see patients by appointment, which helps us devote the proper time for each pet and owner, and also respects our clients' schedules and reduces waiting times. To schedule an appointment, please call 952-892-7970. Our staff is prepared for daytime emergencies, and we have a well-established relationship with a nearby emergency clinic for after hours emergencies.
At Southfork Animal Hospital, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
Dr. Schanck, Dr. Belisle, Dr. Wrecza and Dr. Lentz
Lakeville Veterinarian | Southfork Animal Hospital | 952-892-7970
17445 Kenrick Ave
Lakeville, MN 55044
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