Below are links to websites that provide some great information on a variety of topics related to veterinary medicine and pet health care. We will update this page frequently and would love to hear your ideas on links that you would like to see us add to this page to share with other pet owners. Feel free to send us your favourites. If we like them, we will add them to our list!
To be accredited by AAHA (American Animal Hospital Association), our hospital must demonstrate an exceptional level of medical care and client service and be measured against the most rigorous standards in the veterinary industry. Accreditation is voluntary, only 12% of animal hospitals in the United States and Canada are AAHA accredited.
During the accreditation process, we are evaluted based on AAHA’s Standards of Accreditation – an extensive list of more than 900 standards that directly correlate to the care we are providing your pet. Some examples of these standards can be found here.
Looking to add to your family? There are many wonderful rescue organizations in and around Regina and area.
Health and Breed information to assist you in keeping your cat healthy or to help aid your search if you are looking for a purebred cat.
Some great sites to assist you in your dog training, plus information on education about safety and breed education. The two dog training groups listed below are our local recommendations.
- Wascana Obedience Club (Regina)
- 4 Limb Gym (Regina)
- KAOS Dogsports (Regina)
- Canadian Kennel Club
- Doggone Safe
- Great Pets – Brian Kilcommons
A variety of websites with helpful information, breed info, and general care tips. Also see our own Pet Library of care information put together by our veterinarians.
Grieving is a normal part of the process in coping with your loss. Here we provide some links to help you during this time.
When traveling with your pet outside of Canada, it is important to know what your pet needs to be accepted into another country. For example, in the U.S.A., if the pet is over 12 weeks of age it must have a current Rabies vaccine certificate in order to cross the border. Each country varies and some have extensive parasite treatments, etc. that must be done a certain amount of time prior to your departure from here. For more information visit the link below. You can also contact our local CFIA office – Saskatchewan Area (Regina) for more information or clarifications – 306-780-5220
When unexpected veterinary costs occur, we understand they can be difficult to manage. Below are 2 finance companies we accept payment from. Both are quick with a response when you apply.
The HealthSmart link takes you to an information page and apply now link that is unique to our clinic. If you apply, we will, when needed, be able to get the details on your approval information.