Crow-Goebel Veterinary ​Clinic


1108 Scanlon Way     Cloquet, MN


Complete Physical
Certified Cat Friendly Practice
Fear Free Patient Care
​​Along with being a Cat Friendly Practice, we utilize treats, music, gentle handling, pheromones, and much more to aid in making your pet's visit as fear and anxiety free as possible.
We offer routine wellness, vaccine, and office visit appointments on a daily basis. 

-Please call to schedule your pet's appointment-

We provide additional care to ensure your cat's vet visit is as stress-free as possible. For more information on what it means to be a Cat Friendly Practice, click the button below.
Cat Friendly Practice

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Microchip Implantation

​A small microchip can be implanted under the skin at any visit or while your animal is under sedation for a surgical procedure.

We maintain a complete inventory of pharmaceuticals, vitamins, medicated shampoos, and flea, tick,
and heartworm preventatives.
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​Home Again microchips

Surgical Services

On-site, modern x-ray equipment allows us to produce high quality digital radiographs to aid in the quick diagnosis of many disorders. They can also be sent to a board certified veterinary radiologist for consultation if necessary.
In-house laboratory services include serum chemistry, hematology, basic cytology, urinalysis and intestinal parasite examinations. We also utilize outside laboratories for specialized tests.
 Our surgical suite allows us to perform a wide variety of surgical procedures. We provide spaying, neutering, orthopedic, and a variety of soft tissue surgeries

We utilize the safest available anesthetics. Each patient receives an individualized anesthetic plan, tailored specifically for their health status and pain management needs.

During anesthesia, the patient's vital signs are closely monitored by a Certified Veterinary Technician.

After surgery patients are closely monitored while they recover until they are fully awake.
Emergency Services
Believe it or not, one of the most common diseases seen by veterinarians is dental disease. If addressed early, dental problems can be treated and reversed.

If left untreated, dental disease can lead to chronic bad breath, mouth pain and tooth loss. Chronic, severe bacterial infections in the mouth can also enter the bloodstream and may damage the kidneys, liver and heart.

We provide routine teeth cleaning, digital dental radiology, and

We refer all after hours emergencies to:

​2314 W. Michigan Street
Duluth, MN 55806
Monday-Friday: 5 PM to 8 AM
Weekends: Friday 5 PM to Monday 8 AM
Open on all major holidays
Phone: 218-302-8000