Your cat should always come to the vet in a carrier. This is for their safety and comfort and is the safest for car travel. How do you choose a good cat carrier? Look for a carrier that is: Big enough for your cat to lie down and turn around in but not much bigger
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We believe every pet deserves the best and offer both conventional and alternative therapies.
The diverse certifications of our Veterinarians allow us to offer multiple options for your pets care. Alternative therapies are less invasive and can result in a better quality of life for your pet. A customized plan is the key to success!
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We are one of the few veterinary clinics in Alberta that is both Fear Free Certified and AAHA Accredited!
This means our hospital has been successfully evaluated on approximately 900 rigorous standards that directly correlate to the care we are providing your pet.
We are proud to be an AAHA accredited practice and believe this helps keep us on the leading edge of veterinary medicine and focused on continuous improvement to assure we can offer the quality and range of services you expect and deserve for your pet.
Fear Free Certified
Fear Free veterinary visits eliminate fear, anxiety, and stress, and create an experience that is better and safer for all involved, including pets, owners, and veterinary health care teams.
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When the veterinarian prescribes pre-visit pharmaceuticals (PVPs), it’s normal to be concerned about trying something new. We understand that you love your pet and may be fearful about veterinary care because of your pet’s level of Fear, Anxiety, and Stress (FAS), or how that FAS manifests. Some common concerns are: worrying that your pet may
We are proud to be a host clinic for the Canadian Animal Blood Bank (CABB). The next donor date at our clinic is Saturday September 3, 2022. Every donation can make a difference in the lives of 3 dogs and their families across Canada. If you are interested in your dog becoming a blood donor,
Chestermere lakes water quality is tested by Chestermere Public Works weekly from May to October, or when the water levels are high. The water is only tested at the 4 beach areas in Chestermere. The water quality is tested for the safety of humans swimming in the lake. When it comes to dogs however, there
We help to make your pet’s veterinary visit as Fear Free as possible. One thing you can do is help your pet arrive to the clinic in a calm state of mind. Here are some tips: Your pet should voluntarily go into a carrier or crate or wear a seatbelt harness in the car. Give
Your cat isn’t himself. He’s been vomiting since yesterday and has been lethargic. He doesn’t seem interested in his food, but he is very thirsty and has spent a lot of time in the litter box. It all started a few hours after he knocked your flower vase off the table and you caught him