Petcetera Animal Clinic
1150 40th Avenue South Grand Forks, ND 58201
February is National Pet Dental Health Month!
Check out the importance of dental cleanings to improve your pet’s health and take advantage of our 10% dental discount!
Petcetera is very excited to announce that we have hired a new doctor. Dr. Coleman has attended UC Davis and after moving to North Dakota has now joined us as our newest veterinarian. We are very happy and proud to have her as a part of the Petcetera family!
Dr. Natalie Coleman was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area. During her early years she could often be found volunteering at the Oakland SPCA and at the Oakland Zoo, where she worked with North American River Otters and fruit bats!
Dr. Coleman has always wanted to become a veterinarian and dreamed of going to University of California, Davis. She attended UC Davis for 10 years where she received her Bachelor of Science in Animal Science, Master of Science in Nutritional Biology (specializing in feline nutrition), and graduated with her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine in 2016.
Dr. Coleman loves to travel and has been lucky enough to combine her career with this passion by spending several months working with dogs and cats in South Africa and treating working donkeys and mules in Morocco.
Dr. Coleman moved to Grand Forks in October 2016 with her husband, their two dogs, Khaylee and Krypto, and their cat, Ponce. They currently live in the country where all of the animals have plenty of room to romp about and cause trouble! When not working she enjoys cooking and baking, hiking with her pups, and spending time with her husband.
Check out our “Monthly Column“ for monthly articles and information about important companion animal care.
Fun January Facts!
National Train Your Dog Month/Walk Your Pet Month
- National Pet Travel Safety Day – January 2
- National Bird Day – January 5
- National Penguin Awareness Day – January 20
- National Squirrel Appreciation Day – January 21
Petcetera Animal Clinic Mission Statement:
We at Petcetera strive to work with our pet owners to achieve a healthy, rewarding life for our patients. Qualified compassionate care will be demonstrated throughout the pet’s life. We aim to treat your pet as we would treat our own animals and to establish a lifelong doctor-patient relationship. We always emphasize preventative medicine to be proactive with your pet’s health.
By using updated technology, we educate our clients on the newest treatments, procedures, and products. We encourage questions and will invariably take as much time as necessary until our clients feel informed about possible ailments, available diagnostics, and recommended treatment plans.
In order to complete our mission, we believe strong relationships with our patients, clients, and referral veterinarians are essential. Our ultimate goal is to give our owners and their pets a long happy life together.