History & Services

About Us

 
 
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Town Centre Veterinary Hospital opened in the Mill Woods area of Edmonton in April, 1992. Since then, we have been consistently growing and adapting to meet the needs of pet owners in Edmonton and the surrounding area.

Our goal is to provide the best possible care for your pet, and exceptional customer service to you, the caring pet owner. In order to do this, we attempt to present all the information you require in regard to your pet’s health, and help you understand the need and reason for care, along with all treatment options. It is very important to us that you understand all procedures and recommendations we make to you about your pet. If at any time you have questions, please do not hesitate to ask for an explanation or more details. Our staff members act as advocates for your pet, so that you can make clear, confident decisions regarding your pet’s care.

At our hospital, you will find that we integrate conventional western medicine and alternative medicine. This combination of medical therapies provides more treatment options for our patients. The alternative therapies are especially useful in animals with chronic conditions, or for owners who are looking for drug-free options for their pets.

  • Examinations/Consultations

  • Integrative Medicine
    • Acupuncture
    • Chiropractic and other manual therapies
    • Massage Therapy
    • Rehabilitation Therapy
    • Laser Therapy
    • Herbal Therapy
    • Homeopathy

  • Laboratory services

  • Radiography

  • ECG (electrocardiography)

  • Surgery – soft tissue and orthopedic

  • Dentistry

  • Ultrasonography – co-ordinated with a mobile veterinary specialist service (by appointment only)

  • Nutrition/weight loss counseling

  • Medical Grooming, nail trim discount card

  • Permanent Identification – tattoo, microchip

  • Pharmacy – includes many supplements and herbs

  • Pet food sales – Frequent Buyer Program

 
 

 
 

Animals seen at our veterinary hospital:

Dogs, cats, rabbits, pocket pets (e.g. gerbils, hamsters, guinea pigs).


 
 

Meet some of our patients.

 

Contact our hospital to discuss the best treatment options for your pet.