Chestermere Vet clinic serving also serving Calgary and area

Rest easy knowing your pets are in good hands.

Fear Free Environment
Alternative Therapies

Our goal is to help your pet thrive and live their happiest healthiest life!

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Find the care for your pet you’ve been looking for!

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!

We are accepting new patients and look forward to meeting you and your pets.

Vet consultation, compassionate, loving vets taking care of a dog in Calgary, Langdon, Strathmore & Chestermere
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We are one of the few veterinary clinics in Alberta that is both Fear Free Certified and AAHA Accredited!

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 practice Chestermere, Calgary, Strathmore, Langdon Alberta

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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Recent Posts

More about laser therapy for pets

Veterinary laser therapy is becoming increasingly popular among pet owners as a safe, non-invasive way to treat conditions such as chronic pain and inflammation. Laser therapy delivers light energy directly into the affected area of your pet’s body, stimulating cells and tissues to promote healing at a cellular level. The use of lasers in veterinary

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Tips for Dealing with Resource Guarding in Dogs

Resource guarding happens when a dog feels something they value (the resource) is threatened. When this happens the dog may display behaviours intended to keep others away from the resource, such as stiffening or hovering over the resource when approached. The pet may also stare, lip curl, growl, bark, snap or lunge, and may even

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Laser therapy for dogs in Calgary

Laser Therapy for Pets

What is Laser Therapy and How Does it Help? Laser therapy is a drug free, non invasive option for pain relief in pets. The infrared light targets the mitochondria in damaged cells and stimulates them to regenerate and return to optimal function. This process is called photobiomodulation and only impacts damaged cells. It can be

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Essential Oils Cats urinating

Essential Oils for Cats with Inappropriate Urination

My cat is urinating outside of the litter box! Can Essential Oils help? We asked Dr. Gabby Rotaru, a Certified Animal Aromatherapist Specialist at Chestermere Veterinary Clinic for more information: We get a lot of questions about the frustrating issue of cats urinating outside of the litter box. Well, there is light at the end

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The Risks of Grain Free Diets

The Risks of Grain Free Diets for your Pets

The Food and Drug Administration is investigating Canine Nutritional Dilated Cardiomyopathy (DCM) as it relates to grain free diets. What is a grain free diet? A diet made without wheat, corn, rice or other grains. What is DCM? The heart muscle is unable to contract properly so the heart dilates or enlarges. Blood and pressure

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Tips for choosing and using a cat carrier

Tips for choosing and using a cat carrier

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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