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Keller Lake Animal Hospital prides itself on being an accredited member of the American Animal Hospital AssociationAAHA. Only 15% of the small animal hospitals in the U.S. have met the standards set for certification by AAHA. We have built and maintained a reputation for excellence and satisfaction among our clients, and are extremely proud of the results. From the time you schedule your appointment to the time your pet receives care, you will have an experience not provided by any other veterinary clinic. Keller Lake Animal Hospital respects the human-animal bond and its importance to your family. We care about your pets and the quality of their health care.
Our mission at Keller Lake Animal Hospital is to provide exceptional medical attention and an effective treatment plan for the care of your well, sick, or injured pet. Our team pledges to educate our clients by helping them to understand all aspects of their pet's healthcare and wellness, while emphasizing the highest possible quality of life for your pet. We provide a state-of-the-art clinic that is clean and well-maintained, which ensures your pet's safety while in our care. We also pledge to treat your pet with love and respect.
Dr. John C. Lillie, Jr.
Keller Lake Animal Hospital | 651-490-0991
1248 Cope Ave. East
Maplewood, MN 55109
Less than 10% of Minnesota veterinary hospitals qualify for AAHA certification.
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LOVE this place!! Best employees!! They are so patient with the animals but also the emotional owners!! They just called me to check on my dog who has been sick lately - can't express enough how awesome they all are!! Thank you for caring & being patient!!
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