The Pet Healthcare Services That We Offer

Total Vet Care Services for Dogs & Cats in Edmonton

With years of education and experience, the team from Hamptons Animal Hospital/ Spay & Neuter Centre wants to keep your dog or cat healthy and happy for years to come. That’s why we offer such a varied list of veterinary services. From vaccinations, spaying and neutering, and wellness exams to emergency care, nutrition counselling, and animal dental care, Edmonton pet owners can find all they need for their pet's unique health needs. Our staff is committed to delivering top of the line healthcare for dogs and cats throughout Edmonton. Contact us today to schedule an appointment or learn more about our many vet services.


Routine Exams and Vaccines

We generally recommend comprehensive wellness exams anywhere from once to twice a year. These exams allow us to keep track of any changes in your pet's health. We can also use these appointments to ensure that your pet is up-to-date on all vaccinations.


Preventative Care

Our preventative care services include parasite prevention and control. Whether you have an indoor and outdoor pet, it's vital to have him or her on the proper flea, tick, and parasite prevention program to avoid health problems down the road. We can assist with this in our office.


Diagnosis and Treatment

Whether you have a dog, cat or exotic animal, treatment begins with an exam or checkup at your Edmonton vet. We want to keep your pet healthy and check all aspects of their health. We provide vaccines, dental care, spay and neutering, surgery, and treatment of parasites. Call for a wellness checkup to keep your pet healthy.

We treat all types of pet illnesses and provide surgery when needed. Call our office to set up an appointment for your pet for an exam at (780) 489-3203.


Spaying and Neutering

Do your part to control the pet population and your pet's health by having him or her spayed/neutered. This simple procedure can save your pet from a number of health problems and improve overall temperament.

There are many benefits to having your pet spayed or neutered. When you spay or neuter your Edmonton pet, you help control pet homelessness in the area. Spaying and neutering also provides health and behavioural benefits for your cat or dog. Spaying your female pet, for example, helps prevent breast tumors and uterine infections and gives them a better chance of living a longer, healthier life. Neutered male pets avoid testicular cancer and some prostate issues. The behavioural benefit of spaying or neutering includes better-behaved male pets, keeps male dogs from roaming away from home, and prevents female pets from going into heat. Set up an appointment with our spay and neuter Edmonton clinic today.

Hind Dewclaw Removal

Some dogs are born with an extra digit inside their paws, known as dewclaws. Many dogs find front dewclaws to be useful, but back dewclaws are looser and sometimes not properly attached. This can result in accidental detachments, an extremely painful event which could lead to infection. Our team strongly recommends getting your dog’s dewclaw removed, especially for dogs that like to dig or are very active indoors and outdoors. Removing dewclaws early is the best practice, our team finds.

Conveniently, our team can remove dewclaws during scheduled spaying or neutering procedures for a small additional fee. Older dogs are given anesthesia and younger dogs can undergo the surgery with local painkillers. Save time and save money by choosing Hamptons Animal Hospital/ Spay & Neuter Centre.

Canine and Feline Dentistry and Dental Care

During your pet’s regular check-up, our vets make sure to examine his or her mouth and teeth. If we find anything that needs attention, we’ll work with you to make a convenient dental cleaning appointment. From regular cleanings to extractions, we can do it all! Best of all, we’ll give you advice on how to keep your pet’s teeth clean and healthy long after they leave our clinic.

Radiology and Diagnostics

If your pet needs X-rays, blood work, an ultrasound, or other diagnostic testing to diagnose or rule out potential health problems, we can complete this all conveniently in our office.

TPLO Surgery

( Tibial plateau leveling osteotomy )

As pets age, their joints wear out. Excess weight stresses the joints as well. Additionally, injuries happen to your four-legged friend as a result of animal attacks and even falling. If your dog or cat suffers from a knee injury, a veterinarian in Edmonton, Alberta is able to help. 

Urgent Care, Emergency Care and End-of-Life Care

We have experience with a number of veterinary emergency situations, including accidental ingestion of poisons, broken bones, and lacerations. We can also assist with end-of-life care when the time comes, we can ensure that is respectful, gentle and pain-free.

Pet Anesthesia

If your pet needs a surgical procedure, it's important that you work with a veterinarian you can trust. Our veterinarian at Hamptons Animal Hospital in Edmonton has years of experience and will treat your pet with the care and compassion you expect. From simple inpatient procedures to more complex surgeries, our vet is here to serve you and your furry best friend.

Pet Identification (Microchip, Tattoo)

If your pet becomes lost and winds up at the pound, the first thing officials there will look for is a pet microchip or tattoo. With professional microchipping or tattooing, a lost pet can find his way home quickly. Microchips and tattoos are superior to collars and tags, which can easily be removed or lost.

In order to implant a pet microchip, your dog or cat must be put under with anesthesia. Our team then inserts the chip between your pet’s shoulder blades. If he’s ever lost and brought to a shelter, the microchip can be scanned. After finding your pet’s individual ID number, he can be back at home, safe and sound, within hours.

Tattooing is another option. It lets shelters and pounds know that an animal is not a stray. At our clinic, tattoos are done within your pet’s left ear. Shelter and pound workers are trained to immediately search for a microchip or tattoo after receiving a new animal.

Nutrition Counselling and Weight Management

Proper nutrition is key to ensuring that your pet lives a long and healthy life. There is not one nutrition plan that will work for all types of pets, which is why we will work with you one-on-one to design a customized plan. Whether you have a large Rottweiler or a small cat, we have the right information you need to keep them full and healthy. If your pet is having a little trouble shedding those winter pounds, we can also help with weight loss management.