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Give a BIG hello to Cleo! She is pictured with Dr. Vogl at one of her puppy visits :) This adorable St. Bernard has a new home, however.  She now lives in Colorado, and helps a retired military gentleman as his service dog! Way to go Cleo! 
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Say hello to Olivia! She is an absolutely adorable Siberian Husky puppy :) Welcome to PCPH, Olivia!
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This little angel is Leo! He was just 4 months old when he came in for his first kitten visit :) Welcome Leo!
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Meet Frank and Beans!  They are a brother and sister who were adopted from Tri-County Humane Society​ and came in for their first kitten visit! Welcome to PCPH cuties :)
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Pine Cone Pet Hospital has been nominated as the Best Veterinary Care in Central Minnesota! At Pine Cone Pet Hospital, we strive to "make lives better" for both our patients and their parents! Please vote for us under the Health section today!!!   http://www.bestofcentralmn.com/
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Have you heard of Bravecto? It is the great new oral flea and tick prevention that lasts for 12 weeks! That's right, one chew gives your dog 12 weeks of protection against fleas and ticks! For more information, call us at Pine Cone Pet Hospital, and check out this link smile emoticon http://www.mypet.com/bravecto.aspx
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This handsome dude is Oakley! We first met this awesome boxer puppy when he was just 3 months old :) He is being snuggled by our fabulous CVT Tina! Welcome to PCPH Oakley!
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We are so excited to host this fun event, and to help out both of these great causes!
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Imagine no longer having to remember a monthly heartworm pill! Did you know that there is an injection that will protect your dog against heartworm disease for 6 months???!!! Find out why more dog parents are choosing ProHeart 6 to protect their best friends. www.proheart6.com
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Meet Izzy!  She came to us as a 3 month old when she was adopted from Tri-County Humane Society​ :)  Welcome to PCPH, Izzy!!!
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234 Pine Cone Rd. South. Suite F Sartell, MN 56377
234 Pine Cone Rd. South. Suite FUSMinnesotaSartell56377
Veterinarian, Animal Hospital
Veterinarian
Animal Hospital
Emergency Veterinarian Service
Today 8:00 am – 5:30 pm
Monday 8:00 am – 5:30 pmTuesday 8:00 am – 7:00 pmWednesday 8:00 am – 5:30 pmThursday 8:00 am – 7:00 pmFriday 8:00 am – 5:30 pmSaturday ClosedSunday Closed
At Pine Cone Pet Hospital we make your lives better by challenging current thinking regarding the quality of medical, surgical and dental care we provide. We just happen to be a great Veterinary clinic and hospital.

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Dr. Walker Brown. Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine
Dr. Bea Winkler. Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine
Dr. Heather Vogl. Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine
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"They provide a high level of care with professionalism and caring hearts."
"Dr. Walker Brown is very patient and kind."
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Jonah Ellison
in the last week
PCPH is a great place to bring your pet! The staff is all very friendly, and they work with you to make the best possible decisions for your friend. My furry friend has some chronic lung problems that is uncommon around the central US. Dr. Vogl went the extra mile to research the disease, and even consulted with her peers around the county to find the best possible courses of action to take to keep him healthy! Whether it is for a routine checkup or when your animal is sick, I would highly recommend the wonderful team at Pine Cone Pet Hospital!
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Mark Roerick
3 months ago
Due to the proximity to our home, my wife and I had been taking our dog to another Vet in St. Cloud. He had an ulcer on his cornea that they were treating. After a week and no better, they suggested we take our dog to see an opthomologist in the Cities. We had known the doctors at Pine Cone Pet Hospital through our Chamber Membership so we reached out to them. They were able to not only get our Charlie in right away but we were happy to see that they were able to treat his eye condition there without traveling to the Cities! The Doctors and staff at Pine Cone Pet Hospital are very caring and understanding. We are keeping our fingers crossed that Charlie is on the mend!
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Lou Tollefson
a month ago
My cat had never hissed at a single person in his life until we went to Pine Cone Pet Hospital. The Dr. hit my cat to stop him from growling. I picked up my cat and he instantly calmed. They have a terrible approach to cats. Attack before the animal has a chance to feel safe. I am horrified at the Doctors actions. Do NOT recommend this Vet!
Response from the owner - a month ago
Pine Cone Pet Hospital is fundamentally about making lives better. In no way would anyone at our practice hit a patient. Emailed response to Owners: Lou & Chris: I would like to clarify with you that, although you had the perception and assumed that I had hit your cat, I most certainly did NOT strike him. Nor would I ever do such a thing! I spent approximately 50-60 minutes (twice a normal office call time) with you discussing the history and why you brought Tuna in, sorting things out until it was clear to me, and I examined Tuna not just once, but twice, in case I might have missed something. You could have gathered by those facts that I am passionate about helping both pets and their people. I don’t know how Tuna reacted at his previous veterinary visits or when he was last seen by a veterinarian, but that can greatly influence a cat’s behavior during an examination. I know it was obvious to us all that Tuna was nervous and anxious at your appointment. As I explained to you at the time, it is not at all uncommon for a cat that is extremely friendly and docile at home to become a little tiger in the veterinary clinic. I have had my own cats do it, showing a different side of their personality entirely. Usually this is due to their fear and subsequent defensiveness—understandable when they are out of their familiar surroundings and being handled by complete strangers. I did attempt to explain this dynamic to you in the exam room, during his examination, to put you at ease that it was not behavior unique to your cat. So, I would like to explain to you again, as I attempted to do in the exam room, what actually occurred that apparently left you thinking that I hit your cat. After I was done feeling for any possible foreign body in his neck, Tuna was even less happy than before. He was crouched on the far side of the exam table. I do not remember if he was growling, but I can tell you that his eyes were widely dilated, and he was staring at me indicating that he was only a few seconds away from lunging at me. After 34 years in practice as a small animal veterinarian, I can read an upset cat very well. Rather than have him go into attack mode, I swept my arm out to startle and redirect him to jump off the exam table rather than have him launch himself at me. I did not contact him physically at all, but I did intentionally bring my hand very close to him to shoo him off the table. I am sorry if this was upsetting to you, and that you thought I was trying to hit your kitty. Again—I would never do that!! But we often have to use distractive techniques to redirect any potentially aggressive behavior—tapping a nose, making a noise—and we have to choose something that will not escalate the situation. In this case, I did choose to startle Tuna and assert my dominance in order to encourage him to retreat rather than persisting in his potentially dangerous behavior. I have chosen to contact you regarding this misunderstanding because the statements you made in your Google review do not reflect the service you received or the truth of what happened, or the quality of care given at pine Cone Pet Hospital. As we finished the appointment, you thanked me for the time I had taken with you and for answering all your questions. To later learn that you had posted a negative review surprised me and made it clear that you had not understood my explanation to you of shooing Tuna off the exam table—an action that to you looked like I was trying to strike him, which was not at all the case. Please feel free to contact Dr. Walker Brown, the owner of Pine Cone Pet Hospital, or me if you wish to further discuss this matter. Sincerely, Dr. Bea Winkler
Nicole Kern
5 months ago
Dr. Walker Brown and the entire team at Pine Cone Pet Hospital have taken wonderful care of my pets for the last 5 years. Last week we needed to say the dreaded good-bye to our beloved dog. Dr. Brown and his team were so kind and caring. Pine Cone Pet Hospital is the best veterinary care that my animals have ever received. If you are looking to switch vets you will not regret changing to Pine Cone Pet Hospital. They provide a high level of care with professionalism and caring hearts.
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Response from the owner - 4 months ago
Thank you so much for your kind words. Thinking of you.
Anna A
a month ago
Not only was the staff professional in handling my cat Felix but they also were also very reassuring and willing to answer any questions I may have had! Doctor Vogl was very gentle with my cat & had his best interest in mind throughout the entire exam / procedure! I would bring my oldman cat here again! Great place & will recommend to friends and family! Thank you again for everything! - Felix, Jeanne and Anna.
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Sue Ohara
2 months ago
We've taken our pets, both cats and dogs to Pine Cone Pet Hospital and absolutely love the care our fur babies have received there. Dr. Brown and Dr. Winkler are the best, and the staff of technicians are great, too...always very helpful. I can't say enough good about all of them!
Response from the owner - a month ago
Thanks Sue! We love taking care of your fur babies, too!
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Shantal Spoden
5 months ago
We have been a part of the Pine Cone Pet Hospital family for the last couple of years, after our then, 2 year old Labrador, severely injured her knee and required major surgery to repair it. Dr. Brown took the time to explain all of our options, and didn't pressure us into anything - just explained the pros/cons to each procedure and what would provide Emma with the highest quality of life afterwards. We made the decision to go with TPLO surgery, and before performing it, Dr. Brown talked to us in detail about the commitment it would require of each of the family members in our home with the recovery afterwards. I appreciated his honesty, and how much time he took to talk us through everything. He got her into surgery within just a few days of the injury, and continued to check in with us afterwards to make sure everything was going ok! Because of our amazing experience with Pine Cone Pet Hospital, we have continued our ongoing care there and referred many friends/family as well! Dr. Brown and the rest of the staff are just amazing, and truly care about every single animal that comes through the door. We greatly appreciate everything they have done, and Dr. Brown has given our Emma the ability to be an active lab again! She runs around like nothing ever happened! We couldn't be more grateful! Thank you for everything!
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Response from the owner - 4 months ago
Thank you so much for your kind words. Your family is such a blessing to us. :)
Flor Hernandez
a month ago
Excellent service!! Everyone that works there are all awsome. Love this place.
Response from the owner - a month ago
Thank you Flor!!!
I have used their services for many of our businesses needs. Very happy with product, timing and service.
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