Cedar Pet Clinic Blog



Veterinary technician Addie is interested in wildlife rehabilitation.  Addie says:

Every spring Cedar Pet Clinic gets numerous calls on wildlife animals, especially babies.  Here are some common problems humans run into with wildlife babies.  Please remember that animals do much better out in the wild.  If they are healthy and still being cared for by their parents, they must not be baby-raccoondisturbed.  Wildlife animals become very stressed when they come in contact with humans.  We do not recommend feeding a wild animal, for they have very specific nutritional requirements.  In the state of Minnesota, it is illegal to rehabilitate wildlife without a correct license or to keep them as pets.  Please use common sense when it comes to wild animals.  They will bite, they carry diseases and they do not make good pets.  We are all animal lovers but please do not attempt to take care of an abandoned or injured wild animal.  You maybe end up doing more harm than good.  If you are concerned and unsure of what to do,  please call Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Minnesota in Roseville, Cedar Pet Clinic Lake Elmo or a veterinary hospital close to you. 

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Dr. John Baillie becomes president of the Minnesota Veterinary Medical Association at annual meeting


Dr. BaillieDr. John Baillie, owner and medical director of Cedar Pet Clinic Lake Elmo, accepted the presidency of the Minnesota Veterinary Medical Association at their annual meeting, held in early February at the Minneapolis Hilton. The organization, which has nearly 2000 members statewide, represents the veterinary profession in all its diversity; small and large animal practitioners, and veterinarians involved in research, teaching, equine practices, work with pharmaceutical companies, the state legislature, and is closely involved in training new generations of veterinarians.

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Wildcat Sanctuary continues to speak up on behalf of big cats


Our regular readers know that Cedar Pet Clinic Lake Elmo provides medical care to the residents of The Wildcat Sanctuary, and that Dr. John Baillie is Medical Director there.  We're providing a link here to a recent article on the ongoing decrease in private ownership of wild cats.  

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After Hours Veterinary Care
1014 Dale Street North
St. Paul, MN 55117
(Inside Como Park Animal Hospital just north of downtown St. Paul)
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Oakdale, MN 55128


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St. Paul, MN 55012
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