All Creatures Veterinary Hospital offers complete medical services to pets of Perham and the surrounding areas. We are a family-owned and operated business, and our veterinarian has more than 20 years of experience in treating animals. We are associated with both the American Veterinary Medical Association and the Minnesota Veterinary Medical Association. You can count on us to provide your pet with the care they deserve.
True to our name, we care for all creatures great and small. In addition to dogs and cats, we provide medical treatments and vaccinations for parrots, rabbits, lizards, pocket pets and exotic creatures. No other veterinary hospital in the Perham area caters to so diverse an array of animals, and we are proud to provide our community with the services they need to keep nearly any pet happy and healthy. We tailor our care to the individual needs of each of our patients, and we believe in the healing power of compassion and a good bedside manner. Count on us for all of your veterinary needs.
Medicine does not necessarily work on a schedule. If your pet is in need of immediate medical attention, then we will set aside all other obligations to provide them with the best care we have to offer. Whatever the circumstances, we will endeavor to help your beloved pet.
(For after hours and weekend emergencies, consult Red River Emergency center in Fargo: (701) 478-9299.)
All Creatures Boarding & Grooming in Ottertail is the perfect place to bring your pet for cosmetic care, as well as an overnight or extended stay. Our staff loves animals, our facility is clean and comfortable, and you can depend on us to treat your pet with tender care while they stay with us. It’s the next best thing to being with you.
All Creatures Veterinary Hospital is owned by Dr. Raeanna Marie Tisdell-Covington, DVM. She, along with her two on-staff vets, Dr. Lani and Dr. Darl, and Annie, Tasha, Amanda, Krista, Bernice, Judy and Adrianna–run the day to day operations of the hospital and are standing by to provide all of your pet health needs.
In Memoriam of Dennis William Stanford
As we go through life, we are occasionally blessed to know truly dear and honest people. One such man was Dr. Dennis William Stanford, our friend, mentor and associate veterinarian at our hospital. An adventurous spirit who lived life to its fullest, Dennis passed away suddenly while paraskiing on West Battle Lake, near his home in Richville, in February, 2018. Although we miss Dennis every day, we take solace that we were honored to have lived alongside such a kind and passionate man. We will love you forever, Dennis.
-Dr. Raeanna Marie Tisdell-Covington