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Our goal is to provide the highest of quality care for your furry four legged companions. Our highly trained doctors and staff enjoy getting to know you and your pet, while assisting you in their veterinary care throughout their lifetime. We will always treat your pet as we do our own and they will always be part of our family!
We offer a complete range of veterinary services. One of our main focuses is on preventive care. Routine physicals, surgeries, vaccines and laboratory tests are done to ensure your pet stays healthy throughout all life stages.
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At Dakota Pet Hospital, we treat your pet(s) like family because they will always be a part of our family too!
Dakota Pet Hospital
Lakeville Veterinarian | Dakota Pet Hospital | (952) 469-1525
20136 Icenic Trail
Lakeville, MN 55044
What a great place to bring your pets! Thorough, competent, kind and my dogs LOVE going to the vet. Dr. Schnepf is the best! Our oldest lab mix dog is almost 16 and going strong thanks to her. She's taken care of her for all these years and gotten us through a number of health crisis's. A big thank you!!!
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