13667 -66 Street
Edmonton, AB.

Tel:  (780) 756 - 6062 
Fax: (780) 756 - 6009


Spay & Neuter Clinic

Edmonton Spay & Neuter Clinic


Spay & Neuter Clinic

13667 -66 Street
Edmonton, AB.


Tel: (780) 756-6062
Fax: (780) 756 – 6009

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Clinic Hours:

Monday – Friday: 7:30 AM – 6:00 PM
Saturday: 8:00 am – 4:00 PM
Sunday & Statutiry Holidays: Closed

Welcome to Edmonton Spay and Neuter Clinic, where our work with your pet is our passion!

At our Edmonton Animal Hospital, we believe that proactive wellness care can help our pets live a healthy life. Our spay neuter clinic offers a range of wellness services including annual exams, vaccinations, microchip pet identification, dental evaluations & cleanings as well as spay or neuter surgeries.

Edmonton Spay and Neuter Clinic – Services Offered.

  • Spay and Neuter Service.
  • Vaccinations and Annual Wellness Exams.
  • Pet identification.
  • In House Blood Work.
  • Dental Cleaning and Extractions.

Spay and Neuter Services:

At Edmonton Spay and Neuter Clinic, we understand that you may have questions when a pet requires surgery. So our team of veterinarians has set up our Edmonton Pet Surgery Suite and procedures to provide experienced surgical care, minimal complications, and maximum comfort for pets.

Before & After Surgery | Comfort and Care

Edmonton Spay & Neuter ClinicWhenever surgery is performed on one of our patients, our animal hospital takes the necessary steps to prepare for a comfortable, successful surgery. Our surgery equipment sterilization techniques are the same as those used in human hospitals to minimize the chances of infections or complications. We also offer lab tests before any procedure, both to gain a full understanding of the organ system functions, as well as to detect any underlying health issues that may affect the anesthesia process.

In regards to anesthesia, we take the necessary precautions to maximize the safety of the procedure and the comfort of the pet. The pre-operative blood tests guide us in the administration of anesthesia. Some procedures require only a local anesthesia, while others, such as spay and neuter or orthopedic surgeries require general anesthesia. In either case, our veterinary technicians are on hand throughout each procedure to monitor the pet’s vital signs. After surgery, we bring pets into our recovery area and continue to monitor them as the anesthesia wears off. We want each pet to be as comfortable as possible throughout, so we also administer safe and effective pain management medications.

Before the pet goes home after undergoing surgery, we discuss how the surgery went and provide you with clear instructions about administering any medications and changing dressings if necessary. Please feel free to ask us any questions during this time, or to call our Spay Neuter Clinic at 780-756-6062 after you get home if you have any other questions or concerns that come up later. The more knowledge you have about post-operative care at home, the faster your pet will be able to recover and get back to normal activities.


Our veterinary team recommends annual wellness exams and vaccinations for your pet. Just like your regular check-up with a physician, an annual exam is an important opportunity for our veterinarian to assess the health of your pet. During this exam, a veterinarian will perform a full physical to check for any lumps or bumps under your pet’s skin. We will also discuss if there is any need for diagnostic blood work and take a fecal sample, if necessary. This allows us to screen for parasites and other illnesses before your pet exhibits physical symptoms. During the annual wellness visit, our vet will confirm that your pet is up to date on all core vaccinations. Immunizations such as distemper and rabies require regular booster shots to maintain their effectiveness. We also offer the full puppy and kitten shot series. This series of vaccines is administered starting at four weeks of age through 16 weeks. As a young animal develops, these immunizations protect your pet from serious illness until his immune system has fully matured.