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Our doors are open with physical distancing in place, and we are limiting the number of people in the clinic at one time. Please remember that it is mandatory to wear a mask while inside – if you do not have one with you we would be happy to provide you with one. Upon arrival, please remain in your vehicle and call 780-542-2144 to notify us that you have arrived. For little to no wait time on order pickups, please call 24 hours ahead so we can have them prepared for you in advance.

COVID-19 Protocols
  • Please remain in your vehicle outside the clinic and call 780-542-2144 or text us at 780-621-7102 to notify us that you have arrived
  • All dogs and cats must be on a leash or in a kennel. If you do not have a leash or kennel please let us know and we will bring you one of ours.
  • Masks are mandatory when inside the clinic. If you do not have one with you we would be happy to provide you with one.
  • We are currently limiting the number of people in the clinic at one time. Unfortunately, you may be asked to wait before entering. We would like to thank you in advance for your patience.
  • All medication refills and pet food can be delivered out to your vehicle for your convenience. Please call ahead to ensure the items will be available and ready once you arrive.

We will be closing at 12 pm on Friday, December 24th and be closed Monday December 27th for Christmas!

Please note: we will be closing at 12 pm on Friday, December 31st for the New Year!

Avian Health

Budgies, cockatiels, parrots, and songbirds tend to live longer, healthier lives when they receive regular veterinary care. We recommend that you bring your bird in for an initial checkup, then stop by once a year to ensure that he or she remains healthy and isn’t hiding signs of illness. Some birds require more frequent visits. During the exam, we will check your bird’s beak, nails, and feathers to determine if they require any attention. Regular exams can help catch diseases and problems early when they tend to be easier and less expensive to treat. A bird that doesn’t groom itself correctly appears ruffled or has unkempt or missing feathers is probably sick. Other signs that your bird might not be well include changes in eating or sleeping habits, difficulty breathing, and abnormal droppings. Birds are good at hiding signs of illness, so if you notice that your bird is acting unusual or if something just doesn’t seem right, call us as soon as possible.

Avian & Poultry Services

  • Nutritional counseling
  • Health assessments
  • Grooming assistance
  • Sexing
  • Fecal parasite testing
  • Medical and surgical services
  • Annual physicals
  • General care
  • Disease prevention
  • Safety
  • Appropriate housing and toys
  • Breeding

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