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Curtis L. Sanford

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Minneapolis Veterinary Hospital

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Minneapolis Veterinary Hospital

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Willmar Pet Hospital


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Willmar Pet Hospital


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www.mplsvet.com

Curtis L. Sanford, DVM, opened the doors of Minneapolis Veterinary Hospital
on November 2, 2009. Dr. Sanford brings twenty one years of valuable veterinary experience to the heart of Downtown Minneapolis. He has knowledge in all aspects of veterinary medicine and believes every animal deserves the best care possible. Dr. Sanford & Lisa Sanford Curtis L. Sanford, DVM Born and raised in New Brighton, MN, Dr. Sanford received his doctorate degree from the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine in 1990. After graduation, he was employed by Roseville Animal Hospital for five years. He purchased Willmar Pet Hospital in Willmar, MN in 1995, where he practiced for fourteen years. While in Willmar, he gained certification in Stem Cell Therapy for Arthritis in cats & dogs. In the rural community of Willmar, he lead the way in providing Anterior Cruciate Ligament surgery as well as Patellar Luxation surgery. In addition, he performed numerous soft tissue surgeries. Seeking a change of pace for his family, he sold Willmar Pet Hospital and moved back to Minneapolis where he established Minneapolis Veterinary Hospital in the Fall of 2009. Dr. Sanford enjoys scuba diving, competitive running and bicycling.


www.mplsvet.com

Curtis L. Sanford, DVM (Veterinarian, Owner, Founder)
Born and raised in New Brighton, Minnesota, Dr. Sanford received his doctorate degree from the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine in 1990. After graduation, he was employed by Roseville Animal Hospital for 5 years. He then purchased Willmar Pet Hospital in Willmar, Minnesota where he practiced for 14 years. While in Willmar, he gained certification in Stem Cell Therapy for Arthritis in dogs and cats in 2008. In the rural community of Willmar, he led the way in providing anterior cruciate ligament surgery as well as patellar luxation surgery. In addition, he performed numerous soft tissue surgeries. Seeking a change of pace for his family, he sold Willmar Pet Hospital and moved back to Minneapolis where he established Minneapolis Veterinary Hospital in 2009. Dr. Sanford enjoys scuba diving, competitive running and bicycling.


www.mndaily.com

Depending on how much dogs have on their paws, the salt could cause them to go into hypernatremia, which is high sodium levels in their blood, Dr. Curtis Sanford of Minneapolis Veterinary Hospital said.
Sodium chloride and potassium chlorides aren't dog friendly because they cause electrolyte abnormalities by elevating the blood's chloride level, Sanford said. He added that larger dogs had a decreased risk if they licked the salt off their paws. "If you have a small dog and it licks a little bit off its paws, [it] may be enough to cause toxicity," he said. Minneapolis uses typical rock salts like sodium chloride and calcium chloride for roads and sidewalks, said Minneapolis Director of Transportation Maintenance and Repair Mike Kennedy. He said the city doesn't use products made with urea.


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Curtis L. Sanford, DVM
Dr. Sanford is a Veterinarian, Owner, Founder of Minneapolis Veterinary Hospital in the Mill District. he can be contacted at 612-746-0300 or http://www.mplsvet.com/ on the web.


animalhealthalliance.com

Dr. Curtis Sanford
Minneapolis Veterinary Hospital Dr. Curtis Sanford is certified in stem cell therapy for arthritis in dogs and cats and performs a variety of surgeries including but not limited to orthopedics, soft tissue, spays, neuters, and more.


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