pet owners in the Northland, yet few people know exactly what sets us apart from other vet clinics in town. The
staff at PetCare wanted me to sit down and jot a few words about myself and our business model to explain why you should consider us a part of your pet’s health care team.
My name is Dr. Amanda Bruce. I earned my Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Degree in 2003 from the University of Minnesota. Since then I have spent several years in private practice, several years in emergency practice and in 2007 started down a route that would lead to the launch of
Minnesota’s only stationary spay/neuter clinic, Northland Spay/Neuter, in partnership with Animal Allies Humane Society.
I feel that veterinarians are uniquely poised to solve
some of the greatest challenges faced by animals in this country—death due to pet overpopulation and preventable infectious disease. Preventing disease at an affordable price is what sets PetCare of Duluth apart.
PetCare of Duluth offers comprehensive physical exams, vaccines, flea/tick and heartworm preventatives, and micro-chipping. We don’t offer diagnostic services (such as x-rays or blood work) or surgical services (though we work with providers of spay/neuter and dental services). If we find an issue on physical exam that we aren’t equipped to address in house we happily refer you to a clinic that would be more appropriate to serve your pets' needs.
By limiting the number of services we offer we are able to minimize our overhead costs. That’s why we can pass savings along to our clients that are up to 25-40% less than many of our competitors.
We use and offer the same high-quality, trusted products you may already be familiar with.
We also offer walk-in service and hours designed to be convenient to owners. We are open
Wednesday and Thursday 10 am-6pm, Friday 9am-5pm and Saturdays from 9am-2pm.
Think of us when your pet is due for its annual exam. Visit us at 2701 W Superior St in Duluth or call 218-461-4400.