Veterinary Hospital Forms for New Patients

Whether you've adopted a new puppy or kitten, rescued an older pet, or have just moved to the Edmonton area it is important to find an animal hospital and veterinarian that can provide your new family member with the care they need to stay protected, grow, and thrive. At Hamptons Animal Hospital/ Spay & Neuter Centre in Edmonton, Alberta our experienced veterinarians are ready to make our new patients feel welcome and are dedicated to helping each pet live a healthy and fulfilling life.

Online Forms

Hamptons Animal Hospital / Spay & Neuter Centre offers patient form(s) online so you can complete them in the convenience of your own home or office.

  • If you do not already have AdobeReader® installed on your computer, Click Here to download.
  • Download the necessary form(s), print it out and fill in the required information.
  • Fax us your printed and completed form(s) or bring it with you to your appointment.

New Patient Registration Form - Required

Please complete this form with your and your pet's basic information so that we may effectively and efficiently provide the service you deserve!

Surgical Information Packet - Required

We have put together this packet in order to make surgery day as easy and stress-free as possible. It is required you print and initial the last two page if your pet is undergoing surgery.

When you first bring your dog or cat into see their new vet for the first time, it is hard to know where to start. Unless there is a looming medical need, a simple well pet visit is a great focus for the first meeting with a new vet. By keeping a pet's first meeting with the vet as low key as possible, you'll be able to establish a positive association for your pet, and limit the amount of anxiety associated with vet visits.

Setting up a well pet visit while your pet is healthy also gives us at Hamptons Animal Hospital a chance to review important information about your pet's diet, behavior, and medical history so we know what types of issues to look for. It is important for pet parents to communicate as much information as possible about their pet's food, drinking habits, treats provided, and any medications they take to help us get a good idea of who your pet is, and how to treat them effectively.