115 South Main, Chatfield, MN 55923

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(507) 867-3610 (507) 867-3610

Welcome to Chosen Valley Veterinary Clinic!

Request an appointment easily and conveniently today!

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Chosen Valley Veterinary Clinic was established in 1973 by Dr Donald French. For nearly 50 years, we have provided expert, compassionate, and customized veterinary care to meet the needs of our patients and the humans who love them. Whether big or small, we care for them all!

We understand that choosing a veterinary clinic is one of the most important decisions that you make as an animal caregiver.  The staff at Chosen Valley Vet Clinic is dedicated to providing care to you and your animals whether they are your companions or your livelihood. It is the mission of the veterinary team at Chosen Valley Vet Clinic to provide the very best medical care to the best of our abilities, and treat your animals as we would our own.

We encourage you to learn more about our veterinary clinic and the services we offer here at chosenvalleyvet.com and then make an appointment to come and see us! We look forward to meeting you!

OUR CLINIC HOURS

Monday – Friday:  8:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Saturday:  8:00 a.m. – Noon
Emergency Vet on call 24/7

Companion Animal
Chosen Valley Vet Clinic provides core pet care services for our small animal patients as well as diagnostic. We offer various services to keep your companion pets healthy.
Equine
Equine dentistry, preventive care, coggins, opthamology, 24x7 emergency care, reproduction and lameness examinations are just a few of our equine services.
Dairy Bovine
The veterinary team at Chosen Valley Vet Clinic is committed to advancing dairy production through excellence in individual medicine and herd health.
Beef Bovine
The veterinary team at Chosen Valley Vet Clinic is committed to advancing beef production through excellence in individual medicine and herd health.

 

It’s Pet Poison Prevention Month!

Call us immediately if you suspect your dog has ingested Xylitol.

Xylitol is an artificial sweetener that is highly toxic to dogs. It’s found in many sugarless gums, candies, snacks, cough medicines and even some peanut butters.

Symptoms of Xylitol poisoning include:

  • Lethargy
  • Vomiting
  • Seizures
  • Lack of coordination/stumbling
  • Weakness

Recent Blog Posts

Pet Poison Prevention: Are You Ready for Spring?

It can be scary when your pet has ingested a potentially toxic substance, especially when you didn’t see what he licked or swallowed. To help raise awareness of the issue and prevent illness or fatality in pets, the American Veterinary Medical Association named the third week in March Pet Poison Prevention Week . Below are some hazards you should be especially aware of  this time of year.

 

Antifreeze

 

To a thirsty dog or cat, antifreeze can look just like water. Unfortunately, it can cause severe symptoms such as seizures immediately upon ingestion. It also takes less than a capful to be fatal to pets. Be sure to keep your pet away from the driveway if you know that your car drips antifreeze, and keep whatever you’re not using stored on a high shelf in the garage.

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Why Get a Preventive Care Exam?

If you only visit our Chosen Valley Vet Clinic when your pet is injured or sick, you’re missing the opportunity to get a complete picture of her health. The preventive care exam allows our veterinarians to detect potential health issues and begin monitoring or treating them right away.  By committing to preventive care, you could extend it by months or years. It’s well worth the investment when you consider how much love and joy your pet brings into your life.

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Preventing and Treating Hot Spots

Acute moist dermatitis, more commonly known as hot spots, occurs due to a bacterial infection on your pet’s skin. Your dog or cat will naturally bite, chew, lick or scratch his skin in response to an irritant. Unfortunately for your pet, this tends to increase rather than decrease his discomfort. Anal gland disease, allergies to fleas or food ingredients, mange, tick bites, and inadequate grooming are the primary causes of hot spots in companion animals.

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Large Animal? Small Animal? We care for them all!

We look forward to meeting you and your treasured companion.
Our veterinary team specializes in veterinary care for small animals, equine, and dairy & beef cattle.