Get Vet-Approved Health Info from our Fort Saskatchewan Animal Clinic


As pet owners, it’s important for us to look out for our pets. After all, they can’t take themselves to the clinic on their own! Our animal clinic in Fort Saskatchewan has compiled vet-approved resources along with a FAQ for people and their beloved furry friends.

If you have a question we didn’t answer here, please contact us at Fort Saskatchewan Veterinary Clinic Ltd.

Here we have collected some helpful links for pet owners. You can find links to veterinarian associations, emergency clinics, humane societies, and more.

Farm Cat Spay/Neuter Spring Program is Coming

Fort Saskatchewan Veterinary Clinic Ltd is offering a farm cat spay/neuter program in spring 2019.

This is a low-cost option for outdoor farm cat population control.

Surgery dates are: Feb 5 and Mar 5, 2019.

To book for Feb 5, call us on Jan 15, 2019 and your slots will be booked on a first come first served basis.

To book for Mar 5, call us on Feb 12, 2019. Bring your kennel(s) to us.

The spays and neuters are very basic for a reduced price. Call our office for pricing.

No blood work and no IV fluids will be offered.

Tattoo is optional.

Frequently Asked Questions

When can an appointment be booked?

We book appointments Monday to Friday, 9am to 11:45am and 1pm to 5:45pm. We book appointments Saturday from 9am to 11:45am.

When can a surgery be booked?

We book surgeries Monday to Friday with drop-off time between 8:00 AM and 8:30 AM (have arranged for drop off times the night before when needed due to owner schedules). Dental anaesthetics are booked Monday to Thursday with drop-off times between 8:00 AM and 8:30 AM

When should puppies/kittens come for their first vaccines?

First puppy/kitten vaccines are between 6 and 8 weeks of age. Boosters are given a month apart at 10-12 weeks of age and 14-16 weeks of age.

When should dogs/cats be spayed or neutered?

Small dogs and cats are spayed or neutered at 6 months of age or older. It is often recommended that large breeds of dogs be spayed or neutered at 12-18 months or older to allow their growth plates to close. Our veterinarians have sometimes made different recommendations for individuals, so owners should ask during puppy and kitten vaccines appointments.

Does the clinic board animals?

No, the clinic does not provide routine boarding and kenneling services.

Does the clinic have 24 hour staff?

No, the clinic is not open 24 hrs. There are emergency clinics in Edmonton that provide afterhours care, VetEmerg and Guardian Veterinary Centre.

Have more questions we didn’t answer here? Please give us a call.

Fort Saskatchewan Veterinary Clinic Ltd


10408 100th Avenue
Fort Saskatchewan
AB T8L 1Z2


Monday – Friday: 8:00 AM – 5:30 PM
Saturday: 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Sunday: Closed



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