Albert North Veterinary Clinic - Community Service
Here at Albert North Veterinary Clinic it is important to us to give back to the community.
We have provided aid to the Regina Humane Society, Bright Eyes Dog Rescue, The Pack Project, Prairie Sky Dog Rescue and Regina Cat Rescue, as well several members of our team are Doggone Safe Be-A-Tree presenters; striving to educate children and adults on dog bite prevention and risk reduction. Our doctors are also happy to arrange for class or group tours that include education on ultrasound, xray and several other aspects of veterinary medicine.
Read about some of our community involvement on the following pages:
Paw It Forward Fund
With the 2015 wild fires burning in Northern Saskatchewan we did what we can to aid the situation. We provided a donation of pet food, animal oxygen masks, and a cash donation to The Pack Project's (TPP) Go Fund Me account. Supplies were sent with TPP who will saw to it that they arrived where they are most needed. We thank TPP for heading this initiative and were glad to be a part of it.
On August 18, 2014 we announced our Fundraising initiative called "Every Breath Counts" to raise money to equip Regina Fire and Protective Services with animal oxygen mask sets. We had great support from the community and have been able to extend our reach and also equip surrounding communities. Click here to learn more and see who the recipient communities are.
In 2013 we performed dental surgery on 3 pups that were at the RHS.
Baby - we removed 24 teeth!