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Thank you Crystal Sun Post readers. Plymouth Heights Pet Hospital of New Hope Voted Best Pet Boarding Facility.

Welcome to Plymouth Heights Pet Hospital

We are a full service, AAHA accredited small animal veterinary clinic that has provided exceptional pet care for dogs and cats of the Twin Cities for over 40 years. In addition to superior traditional medical pet care we also have doctors certified in alternative/holistic veterinary care including pet acupuncture and animal chiropractic.

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In The News

Recently, a link between certain diets and heart disease in dogs has been reported in the news. These reports are based on a warning issued by the FDA. Based on the FDA’s warning, we recommend that you do not feed your dog food containing legumes, potatoes, or pulses. Read more about this issue on Our Blog and the questions to ask your pet food manufacturer to determine whether or not they have good quality control and are producing a diet that is nutritionally compete and balanced to keep your furry family members happy and healthy!

Fear Free Certified

Fear Free. Taking the pet out of petrified.

Proudly AAHA Accredited


Less than 10% of Minnesota veterinary hospitals qualify for AAHA certification.

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Meet Our Team

Learn Who We Are

  • Dr.
    Amy Everly

    Dr. Amy Everly grew up in Iowa, where she attended Iowa State University and received her Bachelor’s degree in Animal Ecology. She explored different avenues after her undergraduate school, working in various roles such as a zookeeper, retail manager, and veterinary assistant. In 2003, Dr. Everly went back to Iowa State University and received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2007.

    Dr. Everly completed her veterinary acupuncture training through the Chi Institute and was certified in 2011. She completed training in veterinary chiropractic at Options for Animals in 2014, becoming certified with the International Veterinary Chiropractic Association. These areas of advanced training allow her to develop individualized treatment plans that complement, but aren’t limited to, conventional medicine!

    Utilizing her training in Acupuncture and Chiropractic therapy, Dr. Everly can address the many health concerns of her patients. One area that is close to her heart is senior pet care. She has a soft spot for older pets and a passion for making sure they live a happy, comfortable life throughout their golden years.

    At home, Dr. Everly lives with several four-legged family members, which keep her life busy and entertaining. She loves spending time with family and friends, outdoor activities, and traveling all over the world!

  • Dr. Brodie Owens

    Dr Brodie Owens graduated from the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine in 2002.  For the past 10+ years, she has worked at a small animal hospital in the western suburbs of Minneapolis.  Dr Brodie Owens grew up in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania and lived in San Francisco California before moving to Minnesota.  Her interests in veterinary medicine include dentistry, surgery and pain management.

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  • Dr. Deb Cameron

    Dr. Cameron grew up locally, in Crystal and Plymouth. She graduated from St. Olaf College in 1993, and earned her graduate degree from the University of Minnesota's College of Veterinary Medicine in 2003. Her special interests include feline medicine and small animal pain management.

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  • Dr. Jennifer Mulcahy

    Dr. Mulcahy graduated from the University of Minnesota, College of Veterinary Medicine in 2005. She began her veterinary career at a small animal practice near Atlanta, GA. She has been certified in veterinary acupuncture since 2009. More recently, she has been working for a large humane society near Detroit, Michigan. Her veterinary interests include complementary therapies, nutrition, and pain management.

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  • Dr. Zach Krych

    Dr. Krych grew up locally in Robbinsdale, earning a masters degree in Cellular Biology from the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs in 2012 before graduating from the University of Minnesota, College of Veterinary Medicine in 2016. His special interests include dentistry, surgery, and nephrology.

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Read What Our Clients Say

  • "We have been at Plymouth Heights for almost 15years. Always outstanding care for our fur baby! Every one of the staff are amazing."
    Sherecec, Brooklyn Park
  • "Plymouth heights is amazing!!! They are so kind and caring with my little springer!!!"
    Tiffanyc, Fridley
  • "He was thorough and friendly. I will be requesting him next time!"
    Britta, Crystal

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