Unconditional love deserves unconditional care.
Help Mission Animal Hospital provide affordable, high-quality veterinary care to pets across Minnesota.
Mission is the Midwest's first and only non-profit, full-service veterinary hospital.
"I wish I had known about you guys sooner" is a statement that breaks our hearts. That 'sooner' can mean the difference between life and death for a beloved pet.
Too many pets are being left behind by the rising costs of veterinary care. Too many families are caught off guard by an unexpected pet emergency or unaware of simple preventive measures to keep their pets healthy. We know the demand for affordable pet care is on the rise. In 2017, Mission will see 35% more pets than we did in 2016 – more than 18,000 pets will walk through our doors this year!
Mission's goal is to assure affordable veterinary care is always available:
We offer a two tier pricing system with a reduced price extended to our low-income pet owners.
We offer payment plans, Care Credit, and a Mission Assistance Fund (MAF) when available.
We strive to eliminate barriers to care by offering appointments, walk-ins, and surgery 7 days a week!
We offer extended walk-in hours every Monday through Friday until 11:00 PM.
We offer a full range of veterinary services and diagnostics.
At Mission, we recognize that there is always more to be done and are continually looking for ways to expand our reach. Beginning Spring of 2018, we’re hitting the road in our new Mission Mobile truck to make sure pets across the state receive veterinary care. The 33 foot truck will operate as a full-service mobile clinic and includes a treatment room, ultrasound and X-ray machines, and a fully functional surgery suite.
Veterinary staff will be working 4-5 days a week to give pets the care they need. We are already in the process of booking locations across the state. Here’s just a few of the trips we have planned:
Working with several Native American reservations in Northern Minnesota to provide care to pets
Working with rural areas of Minnesota to perform Trap, Neuter, Release (TNR) surgeries on feral cat colonies
Continuing our work with marginalized populations, including veterans, the elderly, and low-income families
Please help us meet our goal and serve this incredibly deserving part of our community. An anonymous matching grant, up to $15,000, has been generously donated to Mission. Your donation will have double the impact. This is a wonderful opportunity to really make a big difference in the lives of many pets.
Regardless of the situation, your pet’s care and health is always the priority for us.