Walker Animal Hospital, Inc.

306 8th St S
Walker, MN 56484-0640

(218)547-3222

www.walkeranimalhospital.com

Welcome to Walker Animal Hospital

Walker Animal Hospital is a full-service veterinary medical facility, located in world walleye fishing capital, Walker MN, located on beautiful Leech Lake, nestled in the Chippewa National Forest.  Our compassionate, professional staff seeks to provide the best possible medical, surgical, dental, nutritional, emergency and geriatric services for our highly valued patients.  We are committed to promoting responsible pet ownership through preventive health-care and health-related education that is specific to the northwoods region at a reasonable cost.  Walker Animal Hospital strives to offer excellence in compassionate veterinary care to Walker and the surrounding area.  Please take a moment to learn more about the services we offer, and find out how Walker Animal Hospital may serve your needs and those of your precious pet.

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Walker Animal Hospital offers the VIN Client Information Library

Please browse our website to learn more about our animal clinic and the services we provide for companion animals in Walker and the surrounding areas. Read information in our Pet Library, view videos, take a virtual tour of our veterinary hospital, read testimonials, and find details about upcoming events. Please call our office today at (218)547-3222 for all your pet health care needs.

Food Allergy Myths

Food AllergyThere are a great deal of misconceptions when it comes to considering food allergy for pets. In this brief summary, we hope to bust a few myths and ...

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Blood Work is a Basic Evaluation Tool

What does it mean when a veterinarian says she needs to run some blood work on your pet? Blood work - presurgical or otherwise - is usually a combination of a c ...

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What's in a Name?

Most veterinarians will warn you to never name a pet “Lucky.” For some reason, most Luckys are anything but. The canine versions have a knack for sniffing out ...

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What if? Communicating CPR Status

Sometimes the unthinkable happens, and if it’s your pet you’d want the medical team caring for them to be prepared for it. You’d also want them to know your wi ...

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Xylitol Toxicosis in Dogs

What is Xylitol?Xylitol is a white, crystalline sugar alcohol that is used as a sugar substitute sweetener in many products. In the United States, the use of x ...

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Pannus in Dogs

Pannus, also known as chronic superficial keratitis, is an eye disease that can result in blindness if it is not treated. Pannus is a lifelong problem that can ...

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