Welcome to Minnesota Veterinary Associates Melrose
Your Veterinarian in Melrose,MN
Call us at (320) 256-4252

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Minnesota Veterinary Associates is a full-service veterinary clinic providing complete care for small animals (dogs and cats) and large animals (including cows, horses, sheep, goats, and pigs) to central Minnesota and the surrounding area.

Since 1929, Minnesota  has provided exceptional compassionate veterinary care to animals of all varieties. We look forward to working with you to ensure you and your pet enjoys many healthy, happy years together, and that your farm animals receive the best in veterinary care.

Our clinics are equipped with the latest veterinary medical equipment. Our state-of-the-art facilities include laboratory, surgical suite and grooming area. Our veterinarians and staff receive continuing education that keeps them on the cutting edge of veterinary medicine, resulting in expert, advanced treatment for your pet.

In addition to small animal services, Minnesota Veterinary Associates is proud to continue our tradition of providing extensive veterinary care services for large animals, including cattle, horses, pigs, sheep and goats. We work with many small family farms and are proud to offer this valuable service to our clients.


At Minnesota Veterinary Associates Melrose, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.

 
Melrose Veterinarians | Minnesota Veterinary Associates Melrose | (320) 256-4252

222 Country Rd 173 SE
Melrose, MN 56352

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Meet Our Skilled Team

Learn Who We Are

  • Tisheena Ostendorf
    VT

    Bio Coming Soon!

  • Kathy Gottwald
    CVT

       

  • Trisha Delhamer
    DVM

    Education:

    Pennsylvania State University & University of Minnesota

    Interests:
    Small Animal Medicine & Surgery

  • Sarah Overby
    DVM

    Education:

    University of Minnesota

    Interests:
    Dairy

  • Grant Tomsche
    DVM

    Education:
    University of Minnesota

    Interests:
    Dairy

  • Kayla Schmitz
    DVM

    Education:
    University of Minnesota, 2016

    Interests:
    Dairy & Beef

  • Kaycee Cox
    Administrative Supervisor/Information System Specialist
  • Britta Alverson
    CVT Biopryn

    Education:
    Argosy University Twin Cities

  • Keilah Iverson
    Reception

         

  • Kristin Wuebkers
    Vet Tech

       

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Melrose Office

Monday - Friday:

7:30 am - 5:00 pm

Saturday:

By appointment only

Sunday:

Closed