Our veterinary team puts your pet first.
Thank you for trusting us with your pet’s care. Our mission is to fulfill the needs of our clients and patients by providing quality health care and service through responsive, sensitive, patient, and professional staff with emphasis on individual attention and a commitment to serve the Lake Minnetonka area.
Dr. Matt Lindberg
Matt grew up in West Bloomington, MN, where he graduated from Bloomington Jefferson High School in 1993. He graduated Magma Cum Laude from Gustavus Adolphus College in St. Peter, MN before earning his Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from the University of Minnesota in 2001. Dr. John Hotvet hired him as an associate right out of college and was so confident in his skills as a veterinarian that he sold Matt his practice in 2007. Matt has been active in the community, educating students about a variety of topics relating to veterinary medicine. He also volunteers at Wayzata Community Church and is on the Board of Directors for Tonka United Soccer Association. Matt lives in Greenwood with his wife, Angie; three children, Emme, George, and Ainsley; and his two dogs, Charlotte and Sammy.
Dr. Morgan Bronson
Morgan grew up in Lakeville, MN and attended the University of Minnesota for her bachelor’s degree in animal science. She then traveled to Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine for her first three years of schooling and finished her veterinary education back at the University of Minnesota in 2014. Morgan chose general practice because she enjoys all fields of medicine, particularly building lifelong relationships with clients and their pets. One of her favorite aspects of veterinary medicine is helping people understand their pets’ health care and educate them on being an active part of caring for their pets. Morgan lives in Watertown with her very supportive wife, Elayna, and their two mixed breed dogs, Theia and Beau; Frenchie named Padawan; four rescue cats, Zaldrizesse, Ollivander, Shadow, and Fluff; and their two equines, Payton the saddlebred and Cowboy the mule.
Dr. Kelly Benning
Kelly grew up in Minnetonka and attended Minnetonka High School. She earned her degree in veterinary medicine at The University of Minnesota in 2002 before completing an internship in emergency medicine and surgery in West Palm Beach, Florida. She returned to Minnesota, working in both emergency medicine and general practice. Kelly is passionate about helping pets live a long and healthy life. She lives in Excelsior with her husband, Ryan, and two children, Piper and Brooks—also Minnetonka Schools students. Outside of work, she is a board member for the Minnetonka Girls Softball Association. Hobbies include scuba diving and traveling, reading, and spending any extra free time with family and friends on Lake Minnetonka. She has two geriatric cats (Jack and Hobokitty) and a silly pit bull mix, Hank.