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Foods We Sell

We offer Science Diet and Hills Prescription diets for dogs and cats.

Hills Food, Shelter, & Love Program
Photos and videos shared by owners of adopted pets

We offer select Fromm Four-Star and Gold diets for dogs and cats.

 Dr. Tim’s
We offer Dr. Tim’s diets for dogs.

Supplements We Sell

Dasuquin for Dogs
A joint and bone supplement for dogs. It contains ASU (avocado/soybean unsaponifiables); a potent ingredient demonstrated to protect cartilage which leads to improved joint function, ASU complements the effects of the other ingredients.

Cosequin for Cats
A joint and bone supplement for cats. Cosequin helps support cartilage production and protect existing cartilage from breakdown. Cosequin is the only joint health supplement brand shown effective, safe, and bioavailable in published, controlled U.S. studies.

 Reputable Registries

The American Kennel Club
The AKC is a purebred dog registry that sanctions agility, conformation, hunting, lure coursing, obedience, and tracking events for purebred and mixed breed dogs.

United Kennel Club
The UKC sanctions agility, conformation, dock jumping, obedience, terrier racing, rally, and weight pull events.

Australian Shepherd Club of America
ASCA is an Australian Shepherd breed registry as well as an all-breed and mixed breed performance sport sanctioning club. Aussies are the only breed eligible to show in conformation but all dogs can be shown in agility, juniors, obedience, rally, and tracking. Other herding breeds can be shown in Stockdog classes.


Michigan State University-Center for Feline Health and Wellbeing
Our mission is to advance feline health and well-being and to nurture the relationships between cats, their owners, and their care-providers.

Cornell University-Feline Health Center
Cornell University’s Feline Health Center is a small, independently funded center whose goals are directed to improving the health and well being of cats everywhere.

American Association of Feline Practitioners
The AAFP improves the health and welfare of cats by supporting high standards of practice, continuing education, and scientific investigation.


Ohio State University-The Indoor Pet Initiative
Started as the Indoor Cat Initiative, it has helped enrich the lives of cats and strengthen the human-cat bond for nearly a decade. The recent addition of a board-certified veterinary behaviorist and two applied animal behaviorists to our College now allows us to expand to include more companion species, starting with dogs.

University of Minnesota-Animal Behavior Service
Veterinary Medical Center, Animal Behavior Service provides diagnosis, prognosis, and treatment for all pet behavioral problems (canine, feline, equine, avian, and other companion animals) in clinic and house call.


Growing up with Pets
A parent’s resourcefor raising happy kids with healthy pets.

This permanent pet ID gives you access to enroll in the HomeAgain membership program that includes services to protect lost and found pets. Dogs, cats, ferrets, and other pets can be microchipped.

 Companion Animal Parasite Council
The Companion Animal Parasite Council (CAPC) is an independent council of veterinarians and other animal health care professionals established to create guidelines for the optimal control of internal and external parasites that threaten the health of pets and people. It brings together broad expertise in parasitology, internal medicine, public health, veterinary law, private practice, and association leadership.

American Veterinary Medical Association
The AVMA, established in 1863, is a not-for-profit association representing more than 81,500 veterinarians working in private and corporate practice, government, industry, academia, and uniformed services.

Cornell University-College of Veterinary Medicine
Partners in Animal Health is a collection of innovative, reliable resources for veterinarians and pet owners, developed by veterinary experts at the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine.

Kong Company
Durable rubber toys that can be stuffed with food for more enjoyment!

Dental Care
Dental care of dogs and cats is one of the most commonly overlooked areas of pet health care. Dental disease doesn’t affect just the mouth. It can lead to more serious health problems including heart, lung and kidney disease, which makes it all the more important that you provide your pets with proper dental care from the start.

Pet Loss

Tufts University-Pet Loss Support Hotline
Since its inception in January 1996, over 100 veterinary students have served on the hotline. Every staff member participates in extensive training sessions with a licensed psychologist, learning about the process of grieving and how people react to the loss of pets.

Pet Grief Counseling
A listing of resources available by phone for pet grief counseling.

 Health Testing/Breeding/Choosing a Puppy/Rescue Groups

Canine Health Information Center
CHIC is a database of consolidated health screening results from multiple sources. Co-sponsored by the OFA and the AKC Canine Health Foundation, CHIC works with parent clubs to identify health screening protocols appropriate for individual breeds.

 Orthopedic Foundation for Animals
The mission of the OFA is to promote the health and welfare of companion animals through a reduction in the incidence of genetic disease.

 Canine Eye Registry Foundation
CERF is dedicated to the elimination of heritable eye disease in dogs through registration and research.

OptiGen is a service company established to provide DNA based diagnoses and information about inherited diseases of dogs.

 Choosing a Dog Breeder and Puppy
We have compiled a list of questions you may want to ask each breeder you are considering. Remember, doing ample research up front, both into the breed and into each breeder, can save you time, money, and heartache in the future. There is no such thing as asking too many questions!

An online resource for finding an adoptable pet as well as searching for a lost pet.

 Training Resources

Northern Flights Hunting Retriever Association
Founded in 1985, NFHRA is one of the largest hunting retriever clubs in Minnesota. We conduct training sessions andlicensed hunting tests under the AKC
Regulations and Guidelines
for Retriever Hunting Tests and the rules and bylaws of NFHRA.

Land of Lakes Hunting Retriever Club
The LLHRC was started in 1996 and is a fun group of retriever enthusiasts, dedicated to preserving game through great dogs, and lots of fun!

Chippewa Valley Retriever Club
The CVRC is committed to the promotion, breeding, training, advancement, and best interests of all retriever field trial and retriever hunt test breeds.

Agile Canines Training School
ACTS, an agility training school, appreciates the need for a holistic approach to training performance dogs. Our training philosophy has evolved to include three areas: 1) encouragement to have fun with your dog; 2) development of strong foundation skills sets for success and safety; 3) incorporation of complementary physical therapies.

A Great Dog Now
Located in Minneapolis, MN, AGDN can help get your puppy started right, improve your puppy or dog’s manners, get your dog ready for a new career in agility, obedience or working as a therapy dog. She specializes in working with excitable or reactive dogs and those with behavior issues.

Twin Cities Obedience Training Club
Located in Minneapolis, MN, TCOTC is a non-profit organization founded in 1945. The club is eligible to hold AKC obedience and agility trials and tracking tests. TCOTC offers training opportunities in basic obedience as well as agility, flyball, and tracking. TCOTC aims to combine education and public service with the enjoyment of training your dog.

 On the Run! Canine Center
Located in Ham Lake, MN, OTR offers agility, obedience, conformation classes, puppy kindergarten, trials & seminars.

Canine Aggression
Aggression is the most common behavior problem reported in dogs. About three times as many dogs are destroyed because they have behavior problems as die from cancer. Often when this happens most dogs with behavior problems are not just misbehaving, they are not normal.