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Welcome to Mill Creek Animal Hospital in Edmonton

At Mill Creek Animal Hospital we share the common goal of exemplary service throughout Edmonton. We are dedicated to improving the quality of life for our patients and have been serving Mill Creek since 1998. Our mission is to provide superior pet healthcare and caring attention to every family member; every time. Our core values are to be compassionate, dedicated, caring, positive, trustworthy and knowledgeable. We are positive pet lovers who have a passion for medicine and have committed our lives to serving our pet community.

We offer health and wellness programs as well as complete veterinary hospital facilities for medicine, x-ray, dentistry, surgery and intensive care.

Give us a call today or please feel free to drop in for a tour of our facilities, and meet the staff!

Dr. Gerald Burant, DVM |Dr. Lisa Sinclair, DVM
Edmonton Veterinarians, Mill Creek Animal Hospital

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I had to put my 14 year old cat down due to several health issues and age. The staff…

Therese Stevens

it was my first time bringing my animals there, and everyone was friendly and helpful. The Vets were knowledgeable and…

Annie B

I have only been here a couple times but I will definitely be coming back. Dr. Sinclair is fantastic! She is…

Jade Shimmin

While I don't currently go to this clinic with my cat, I have heard of and seen their amazing, knowledgeable…

Ashley Norman

I highly recommend the Mill Creek Animal Hospital. Our cats are comfortable with Dr. Sinclair and the friendly staff. They…

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A Carrot Christmas Carol

A Carrot Christmas Carol

'Twas the night before Christmas, at Carrot’s clinic house. Every creature was purring, it was not safe for a mouse. Knit stockings were hung by the exam room with care, In hopes that St. Nicholas soon would be there.

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What You Need to Know About Diabetes

Diabetes in Cats and Dogs

Chances are you’ve heard of diabetes or know someone who has it. Diabetes in your pet is very similar. Let’s take a simplified look at how things work. In a typical body glucose (sugar from your pet’s diet) is processed by the body and transported throughout for cells to use as energy. Once it reaches the cells Insulin brings the glucose from the bloodstream into the cells.

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