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Mill Creek Animal Hospital


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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 Edmonton 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!

Meet the Team
Getting home from work in the early morning hours I found a lump the size of a plum on my…

Anne-marie F

We have two big not at all shy pups and everyone treated them so well! The doctor was so pet…

Kaley-lynn Hewitt

Three cats, all eldery. This clinic was walking (mad panicked running distance) from home and very happy they were. Sadly,…

Gin May

Staff is really kind and friendly. Our dog's kind of a big chicken around strangers and they were patient and…

Erin Bourne


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The Great Outdoors: The Risk of Roaming

A question we frequently ask when you and your cat are visiting the clinic is “do they go outdoors?” because knowing if a cat goes outdoors can help in making a diagnosis. It is also important to know if the other cats in the home go outdoors as they can carry viruses in. Roaming outside offers a lot of opportunities for risks and it is important to weight the risks and benefits before allowing your furry friend to roam unsupervised.

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Rabies: What You Need to Know!

I know what you’re thinking, my cat only goes out onto my balcony or into my backyard so she’s not at risk for rabies. Wild animals with rabies do not behave normally, though. Normally nocturnal animals such as bats and racoons may be out during the day and fly onto your balcony or come into your yard.

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