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Edmonton South Animal Hospital is a full-service animal hospital for pets, including cats and dogs. We’re equipped with the latest technology in veterinary medicine and offer spay and neuter services, wellness exams, vaccinations, diagnostic testing, pet dental care, pet surgery and microchipping. We’re also AAHA accredited – The Standard of Veterinary Excellence.
Dr. Ignacio Tan is an animal lover with a Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine and a strong interest in general practice, emergency medicine veterinary surgery and dermatology. He’s been practicing veterinary medicine for 15+ years. Dr. Steve Mills attained his veterinary degree from the University of Saskatchewan and completed his residency in veterinary clinical pathology. He has a keen interest in diagnostic pathology, endocrinology and internal medicine. Dr. Wesam Awadin is another pet lover with a special interest in surgery and dentist. Our tech staff have the Registered Animal Health Tech (RAHT) certification. From our experienced vets to tech staff and office personnel, we welcome pet owners and their furry companions with open paws. Not only do we service pet owners from Edmonton, we offer pet care for those in Alberta and surrounding areas.
We’re a strong advocate of spay and neuter for pets in Edmonton, Alberta and surrounding areas and recommend your pet be spayed or neutered before reaching six months of age. This procedure reduces roaming, aggressiveness and keeps your pet healthier. Male pets can avoid testicular cancer, and female pets can avoid uterine infections. Plus, it keeps the animal population down and avoids pet homelessness. Turn to Edmonton South Animal Hospital for spay and neuter services.
Just like humans, pets should have a wellness exam once a year. It’s also a great time to update your pet with both core and non-core vaccinations. During a wellness exam, our vets perform a thorough examination from toe to tail. The check the abdomen, eyes, ears, lungs and skin. The sooner we identify any problems, the sooner we can recommend treatment. Keep your pet healthy with a regular pet wellness exam.
Our pet dental exams and treatment will keep your pet healthier. It’s not uncommon for pets to have periodontal disease from built-up plaque and tartar. Periodontal disease in animals can cause problems with the kidneys and liver. Our veterinarians remove this bacteria and polish any rough spots during a pet dental cleaning. They also perform extractions when needed.
If your pet needs emergency surgery or elective surgery, we monitor your companion carefully. We monitor pulse, heart rate, respiration rate and body temperature with state-of-the-art equipment. We also provide pet owners with detailed instructions for after care. Pet owners are always welcomed to call us if a problem should arise.
Is it time for your pet’s wellness exam? Is your pet limping? Has your pet had any changes in normal routine? If so, give us a call at 780.989.5595 to schedule an appointment.