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CANINE COMPANION CLINIC

Calgary's leading canine only Vet clinic. We are pleased to offer personalized veterinary services in our small, yet thoroughly modern practice.


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Services Comprehensive Care


Your pet’s health is our greatest concern. Regularly scheduled wellness exams are an opportunity to assess your pet’s over-all health, and potentially identify problems before they become serious illnesses..

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OUR TEAM Clear Communication


Our team is committed to educating our clients in how to keep their pets healthy through every stage of life. Healthy pets start with clear communication and support from our medical team, and individualized care for each and every patient. 

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CONTACT US Call or Come In


Phone: 403-265-8387 or 403-265-8506
Email: info@caninecompanionclinic.com
Address: 3409 - 20th Street S.W., Calgary, AB T2T 4Z6
Monday to Friday: 8:00am - 6:00pm
Saturday: 8:00am - 12:00pm (except long weekends)



What people say

  • These wonderful ladies are amazing with my dogs! They never do more than is necessary, never run unnecessary tests, and always make me feel like they really care about my fur kids. All of the staff are knowledgeable and they have great hours. Definitely check them out if you have a dog. My dog loves the vets here.

    Kattina M
  • The best canine care in Calgary! My dog loves going to Canine Companions, and that is saying alot, he is a rescue and was in bad shape when I got him and spent a lot of time there when he wasn't well. Now he is the picture of health!

    Shelley A
  • Love love love the owner and the vet. Very compassionate and they love my puppy as well!

    Dabid C

 

Summer is Parasite season

As soon as the weather heats up, it is time to think about parasite control! Your lifestyle, and travel plans (outside of Alberta or Canada), and the health of your pet will help determine the best preventative care.

Cold Weather

The best way to monitor dogs when it’s cold is to keep a close eye on their behavior. If you notice your dog shivering, acting anxious, whining, slowing down, searching out warm locations or holding up one or more paws, it’s time to head inside.

Sunburn

Common areas for sunburn to occur on dogs is on the bridge of the nose and the underbelly but dogs with thinner or white/light coloured coats can burn all over. There are pet-friendly sunscreens out there (safe for them if they lick it off). Kid/baby sunscreen should be avoided as there is often zinc oxide in the ingredients and this is toxic to pets

Toxic foods for dogs

Avocado, Alcohol, Onions and Garlic, Caffeine Chocolate, Citrus, Grapes and Raisins, Milk and Dairy, Macadamia Nuts, Fat Trimmings and Bones, Yeast Dough, White Bread, Xylitol.

Heat Stroke

Dogs cool themselves by panting – if your pet is excessively panting – it is time for a cool off! Remember, the shorter the nose (shih-tzu, pug, bulldog) the more susceptible to heat stroke. Of course, it goes without saying (but we will) NEVER leave your dog in a hot car or outside without shade and water.

Heat stroke is an emergency – if you think your pet is in the midst of heat stroke – call your Veterinarian!

Marijuana Toxicity in Pets

With the legalization of marijuana pets are at increased risk of finding and ingesting it in harmful amounts. As you would with anything potentially harmful to your pet... store it securely.

For a good article on the signs of marijuana toxicity go HERE.