If you are looking for an experienced veterinarian in Winnipeg, visit Regent Avenue Veterinary Clinic today. Our vet, Dr. Scammell, has been practicing for over 30 years, loves animals and has a big heart. The staff at Regent Avenue Veterinary Clinic is dedicated to helping your pet live a longer, healthier, and happier life. From regular checkups and vaccinations to acupuncture and rehabilitation, we provide a complete range of in-clinic services to address the specific health concerns of your pet.
Geriatric and Senior Care
As pets age, they start developing cataracts, hearing problems, diabetes, and are prone to various diseases. Not all pets are considered seniors at the same age. It’s important to notice the first signs of aging and take the necessary steps to keep your furry friends healthy and happy. We recommend age-appropriate diets, regular exercise, regular grooming, checkups, vaccination, parasite protection, and dental care during their adult life.
If you notice weight loss, increased urination, decreased appetite, cloudy eyes (in dogs), or recurring infections in your pet, it’s time to visit a veterinarian. Diabetes in dogs and cats is quite common and can occur at any age. The disease is manageable when detected early and treated well. A nutrient-rich diet, daily exercise, maintaining the proper insulin, and feeding schedules can help diabetic pets lead a long and healthy life.
From orthopedic surgery to ultrasound and endoscopy, we have access to surgical services from Pembina Veterinary Hospital.
Puppy and Kitty Care
From knowing the anatomy of your kitty to noticing the strange behaviours of your pooch, it is important to understand the special needs of your pets. Our vets will check these signs and recommend the right solution to keep your pet in good health.
Spaying and Neutering
Spaying or neutering is surgical sterilization, involving the removal of reproductive organs in pets so that they can no longer reproduce. Both procedures are performed using strict sterile techniques and anesthesia to ensure the safety of your beloved pets. You may not like the idea of your pet undergoing a surgical procedure, but spaying or neutering is essential.
Pet Dental Care
Ensuring your pet has healthy teeth and gums is essential to maintaining overall health and wellbeing, as dental disease is one of the most common conditions in cats and dogs. We offer comprehensive dental services that can help make sure your pets are getting the proper care they need.
It is extremely painful for pet parents to make rational decisions during a medical emergency of their furry friends. In case of an accident, heart stroke, insect sting, or any other life-threatening situation, rush to our Winnipeg clinic. We offer 24-hour urgent care services to address your emergencies.
Full-service Dental X-rays
Pets cannot tell us when their teeth are diseased or never show the signs of pain and discomfort. X-rays determine the dental problems and help the veterinarian to treat the problem, relieving discomfort.
A proper diet can lead to a healthier and longer life for your pet. A prescription diet is specifically formulated to address your pet’s specific health condition. If your pet is suffering from severe chronic illness or recently had surgery, veterinarian prescribes nutrition-based solutions to help you recapture a healthy and normal life for them.
Weight Management Consultations
The lack of daily exercise, overfeeding, neutering, and other concurrent diseases increase weight gain in some pets. Educate yourself by scheduling a weight management consultation at Regent Avenue Veterinary Clinic. We’ll do a thorough evaluation of your pet’s weight-related concerns and recommend healthy weight programmes and diet strategies for your pet.
Fully Functioning Lab and X-rays
Our Winnipeg clinic is equipped with a fully functioning lab for carrying out tests and X-rays.
Our on-site pharmacy is stocked with medicines for the convenience of our clients.
Bring your pet in to our clinic today and give them the care they truly deserve.