Companions Animal Hospital

2703 Clearwater Road
St. Cloud, MN 56301



Meet our team! or meet us in person...You're Invited - come in any time to meet the team in person.

You celebrate when a pet enters your life and becomes a part of your family and we celebrate with you by helping you keep your pet healthy, active and pain free for a lifetime of good health! Starting with a complete history and thorough physical examination, together we set up a care plan to protect your family member.

Being an advocate for your pet’s health and well-being is the job of our entire health care team; using our knowledge to offer the best care throughout their life. Your pets easy to read Report Card at each visit helps you understand the health care plan for your pet. It is a wonderful tool you can use to make decisions for the benefit of your pet. Our focus on quality health care will support you with your decisions.  

To ensure your family member lives a long and healthy life, our team follows up with you to encourage, answer questions, and make it as easy as possible for you to help your pet stay healthy and active. We understand the process of aging and how to help your best friend be a part of your family for as long as possible while keeping him or her comfortable. We are here for you from the time you get your pet until it is time to say good bye.


Make your pet a part of the Companions family!  Call 320-252-6700 to schedule your appointment today.  Thank you for the honor of being a part of your pet’s life.


Veterinary clinic serving dogs, cats, birds, reptiles, and small mammals in St. Cloud, Sauk Rapids, Sartell, Waite Park, Clearwater, St.Augusta and the surrounding area.

See what is happening at Companions-for you and your pet.


Are you looking for grooming or boarding services?

What do you want from your veterinary team?

We have been doing Complete Care Wellness Programs for over 18 years

We have Client Loyalty Programs.

Does your dog or cat or ferret have bad breath?

Is your pet in pain?

Need to know how to properly remove a tick from your pet?