2024, 2060 Symons Valley Pkwy, NW Calgary, AB T3P 0M9
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Exotic Pet Veterinary Services

At our hospital, we know that pets come in all shapes and sizes, fur and feathers, skin and scales, and understand that exotic pets require specialized veterinary care. That’s why we offer comprehensive veterinary services designed specifically for different exotic pets. Our team of experienced professionals has years of experience working with a wide variety of exotic pets and is dedicated to providing the highest level of care for your unique companion. We strive to provide comprehensive health care, environment enrichment, proper nutrition, and aging care for all our pet friends.

Our exotic pet veterinary services include routine check-ups, preventative care, and treatment of illnesses and injuries. We offer a range of services tailored to meet the individual needs of your pet, including wellness exams, vaccinations, parasite prevention, dental care, nutrition counseling, and more.

Our veterinarians are trained to see all species of pets, including reptiles, birds, rabbits, guinea pigs, small rodents, and other uncommon pets, in everyday care and emergency situations. For complicated medical cases, our veterinarian may refer you to an exotic veterinarian who attends to these species on a regular basis.

We understand that your pet can be a beloved member of your family, and we are dedicated to providing the highest level of care possible. At our hospital, we believe that a healthy pet is a happy pet. Contact us today to schedule an appointment and learn more about our exotic pet veterinary services.

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Know Your Pet

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What To Do If You Find A Lost Pet

As someone who cares about animals, you can imagine how distressing it is to be separated from a beloved pet. Not only is it a stressful time for the owner but a terrifying and dangerous time for the pet. There are vehicles, predators and no food, water or shelter from the elements.

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