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At Alberta Veterinary Clinic we are your partner for optimal health and wellness for your cherished companion.

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Wellness Visits


Regular wellness checkups are crucial for your pet's health, no matter their age. These visits allow us to assess your pet's overall condition and track any changes. During a wellness visit at Alberta Veterinary Clinic you can expect a nose to tail exam of your pet.


We'll also discuss your pet's behavior, diet, activities, and recommend any necessary tests or vaccines. If you have questions, we’re here to answer them. Every question matters to us. Wellness visits really help strengthen our bond with you and your pet, helping us understand their unique needs and personality. We encourage you to use wellness examinations to take an active role in your pet’s health care.

Wellness Vists

Schedule your pet’s wellness visit.
If you are a returning patient, click here or call the office at 205.556.2666.
If you are a new patient, please call the office.



Over the years, vaccinations have saved millions of pets and even eliminated some fatal pet diseases. Unfortunately, many diseases still pose a significant threat to dogs and cats that are unvaccinated and as a pet parent you can’t afford not to keep your pet’s vaccinations up to date.


It is important to note that not every pet needs every vaccination available. There are some vaccines that are core and should be administered to all pets, whereas some are optional and may be recommended based on your pet’s risk of exposure. Vaccine recommendations can also change throughout a pet’s life. At Alberta Veterinary Clinic we consider all of these factors when determining which vaccines your pet should have.


Protecting your pet is our primary goal. Call and set up an appointment to discuss a personalized vaccination plan for your pet.

Spaying & Neutering


At Alberta Veterinary Clinic we believe that spaying and neutering are some of the most important things you can do to help ensure a long, healthy life for your pet.


Having your pet spayed or neutered not only helps with pet population, it can also be beneficial in helping guard your pet against certain cancers and infections and even improve behavioral issues such as aggression and marking.


We take care to ensure you pet is comfortable during and after the procedure and provide you with comprehensive instructions for your pet’s recovery.


We are so committed to spaying and neutering that we have priced these services accordingly.

Spaying and Neutering

To schedule an appointment to have your pet spayed or neutered, returning patients can click here or call the office at 205.556.2666.
We ask that new patients call for an appointment.

Nutrition Counseling


Nutrition is vital at every stage of your pet's life. While many commercial diets are available, it's essential to understand that your pet's nutritional needs change with age, activity, and health conditions.


Unsure about reading pet food labels, which pet foods are best at what age or determining the right caloric intake? At Alberta Vet Clinic, our nutritional counseling service covers diet choices for all life stages and medical conditions.

Nutrition Counseling

Don't get overwhelmed by the myriad of pet food options.
Let us help you make the best choices for your pet's optimal health.

Parasite Prevention & Control


Parasites, once seen as mere annoyances, can now cause significant illnesses in pets. Ticks can spread Lyme disease, fleas can carry tapeworms and Bartonella, and mosquitoes transmit heartworms which damage the heart and lungs. Intestinal parasites can also affect pets and some are transmissible to humans.


Detecting parasites isn't always straightforward; they can be small or hidden and may not always show symptoms. Through testing and examinations, we can determine if your pet has parasites and recommend effective treatments. Our team can guide you on prevention, signs to watch for, and overall parasite control to ensure both your pet and family stay safe.

Parasite Prevention and Control

Don't let parasites endanger your pet's health.
Contact us for comprehensive protection for your pet today!

Senior Pet Care

Senior Pet Care


Pets age faster than humans, often reaching "senior" status by age 7. As they age, their health needs evolve in areas like nutrition and exercise. Identifying the difference between typical aging and medical issues can be challenging.


It's crucial to maintain regular wellness checks for senior pets to monitor and understand their aging process. If they have an existing condition, treatments and medications might need adjustments over time.


During wellness exams, we address any concerns you might have. With advancements in veterinary medicine, pets live longer, making your role in their senior care vital.

Alberta Veterinary Clinic is here to support you and your pet through their "golden years."

Dental Care

Dental Care


Bad breath in pets is not just unpleasant—it signals an unhealthy mouth. Dental health impacts overall well-being, potentially affecting the heart and kidneys. Allow us to assess your pet’s oral health and provide guidance, which may include sedated exams, cleanings, or at-home care advice.

A proactive approach to dental health ensures a longer, healthier life for your pet. Contact us today to prioritize your pet’s dental care.




Each year, thousands of pets go missing, with many never returning home. While collars and tags can help, they can be lost or damaged. Microchipping provides a permanent, reliable form of identification.


This small device, the size of a grain of rice, is placed under your pet's skin. It carries essential contact information, linking to a national pet recovery database. Most veterinary hospitals and shelters have scanners to read these chips. If a lost pet is found, a quick scan provides details to help reunite them with their owner. Consider microchipping your pet, regardless of their age or indoor/outdoor status, for added security.

Contact us to learn more about microchipping.

Laser Therapy

Laser Therapy


At Alberta Vet Clinic, we’re proud to offer Phovia® Fluroescent Light Therapy System, advanced laser therapy for dogs facing the challenges of back injuries or arthritis. This leading-edge treatment harnesses the power of light to stimulate cell regeneration and increase blood circulation, aiding in faster recovery and providing relief from pain and inflammation. Ideal for our furry friends in need of a non-invasive, drug-free solution, laser therapy promises improved mobility and quality of life.

Discover the future of canine care with our innovative laser therapy sessions.

Prioritize your pet’s well-being; schedule a wellness appointment today to help ensure a healthy and happy life for your furry friend.

Returning patients can click here to schedule or call the office at  205.556.2666. New patients, please call the office.

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