The Neighborhood Pet Clinic

2917 East 42nd Street

Minneapolis, MN 55406

Phone: 612-767-4546

Fax: 612-721-8423



Our Hours

Monday and Tuesday:
8:00 am – 5:00 pm

Wednesday:
2:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Thursday – Friday:
8:00 am – 5:00 pm

Saturday:
9:00 am – 12:00 pm

If you have an after hours pet emergency, please contact the Affiliated Emergency Veterinary Service located at 763-529-6560 located at 4708 Olson Memorial Hwy in Golden Valley or the Animal Emergency & Referral Center of Minnesota at 651-293-1800 located at 1542 W. 7th St in St. Paul, or the 24 hour Affiliated Emergency Veterinary Service at 952-942-8272 located at 7717 Flying Cloud Drive in Eden Prairie.

PLEASE NOTE: Nokomis Pet Clinic will be closed for the Thanksgiving Day Holiday weekend (Thursday November 23rd through Sunday). We will reopen on Monday November 27th at 8:00 am. We apologize for any inconvenience.

If you have a pet emergency during these times, please contact the Affiliated Emergency Veterinary Service at 763-529-6560 located at 4708 Highway 55 in Golden Valley, or the 24-hour Affiliated Emergency Veterinary Service at 952-942-8272 located at 7717 Flying Cloud Drive in Eden Prairie or the 24-hour Animal Emergency & Referral Center of Minnesota at 651-293-1800 located at 1542 W. 7th St in St. Paul, or the University of Minnesota Small Animal Clinic @ 612-626-8387 located at 1365 Gortner Avenue on the St. Paul campus.


News/Updates

Nokomis Pet Clinic is pleased to introduce our new Veterinarian, Dr. Elizabeth Parks:

Elizabeth Parks, DVM graduated from the College of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Minnesota in 2014. Prior to receiving her veterinary degree, she spent three years running her own pet care business in Southern California while simultaneously doing her pre-veterinary course work. Her special interests include nutrition, dermatology, geriatric medicine, and preventative medicine.

An active volunteer through veterinary school, Elizabeth spent considerable time in North Dakota at Standing Rock Reservation and in Minnesota at White Earth and Leech Lake Reservations providing veterinary care. For two years, she was the director of the Student Initiative for Reservation Veterinary Services (SIRVS) program at the University of Minnesota. She continues to be committed to animal welfare education and providing services for people and animals in need.

A native Californian, Elizabeth moved to the Twin Cities in 2010. She has fallen in love with South Minneapolis and is proud to call it her home and place of work. On her days off, Elizabeth frequents neighborhood parks with her dog Tinker, a rescue Corgi-German Shepherd mix, enjoys doing home improvement projects with her wife Maggie, and in the cold winter months enjoys a strong cup of coffee and reading a good book with one of their three cats nestled purring on her lap