It is important to check your cats’ blood work regularly to detect early onset of diseases. Bloodwork will help determine how well your cats’ organs are functioning and help indicate if any underlying problems are beginning to form.
How long does it take to get blood test results?
Most blood tests are run in-hospital while you wait. Some special tests must be sent to a laboratory, and those results can vary from 1-3 days depending.
NOTICE: We are currently not allowing clients into the treatment rooms, and have resumed our drop off service until further notice.
OUR EMERGENCY CARE SERVICES ARE AVAILABLE:
SUNDAY to WEDNESDAY: 24- HOUR **Please note, there is no 24-hours urgent care services Thursday to Saturday at this time**
OUR PRIMARY CARE HOURS ARE AVAILABLE BY APPOINTMENT OR WALK-IN : MONDAY TO FRIDAY: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM.(Last patient intake at 3:30pm) ***No clients allowed into the appointment. Exceptions made for after-care owners.***
Our #1 concern is keeping both you and your pets safe. We are following the AHS Guidelines to keep you safe. Please keep 6 kitties apart, mask up, and sanitize when entering our premises.
We are working hard to serve you better and improve our practice. We sincerely appreciate your patience, kindness, and understanding during this time while we battle the COVID-19 Pandemic, in addition to our hospital renovations, and staff shortages.
For urgent medical help outside of our hours, please contact: 1. Fish Creek Hospital - (403) 873-1700 2. Western Veterinary Specialists & Emergency Centre - (403) 770 -1340 3. VCA Canada CARE Centre - (403) 520-8387 4. Southern Alberta Veterinary Emergency - (403) 995-3270
For non- urgent care outside of our hours, please contact: 1. Edgemont Veterinary Clinic - (403) 239-4657 2. Airdrie Animal Clinic - (403) 948-3619