Do I Really Need to Keep My Pet’s Teeth Clean? Healthy Mouth = Happy Pets! Just like humans, our pet’s teeth and mouth needs care too! February is Pet Dental Health Month, a Veterinary Industry initiative with the goal to help … Continued
When temperatures drop sub-zero, make sure to follow these simple pet safety tips for cold weather With the recent cold snap we’ve had in Alberta, it’s important to remember that our furry family members require extra special care when the … Continued
As you plan New Year’s Resolutions for yourself, don’t forget to include your pets in those plans! Here are 5 New Year’s Resolutions for pets to help your furry family live happier and healthier for years to come. 1. Help Your Pet … Continued
“Very High Risk” Air Quality Affects Pets, Too By Dr. Wendy McClelland, DVM – Founder & Chief Medical Officer Vets To Go With Calgary air quality index levels in the “high-risk” zone today, I want to remind pet owners that your … Continued
With Canada Day right around the corner, you can guarantee that the fireworks displays are going to be epic! While these wonderous displays of light can create lasting memories for generations of Canadians, fireworks are often a source of intense … Continued
Warmer weather means pets are spending more time outdoors and subsequently have more opportunities to get lost or separated from their owners. In an effort to help local pets get cost-effective permanent identification, Vets To Go is holding a community … Continued
Is Fido Festival Ready? By Dr. Wendy McClelland, DVM – Founder & Chief Medical Officer, Vets To Go Mobile Veterinary Care With festival season upon us, we’re all eager to get out and enjoy the sunshine, and who better to accompany us … Continued
5 Feline Superfoods Your Cat Should be Eating Right Meow! -By Caitlin Flegel, RVT As a cat owner, I know first-hand how hard it can be to resist the head rubbing and insistent meows from my kitty during dinner time. … Continued
It’s the time of year when pet lice are on the loose throughout grooming salons, doggie daycares, and boarding kennels! Lice may give you the creepy-crawlies, but luckily dog and cat lice are species-specific, which means that you can’t get … Continued
If you’ve just welcomed a new kitten into your furry family – congratulations! You’re about to embark on a fun and exciting journey as your new addition starts to explore the world around her, but you’ll want to keep an … Continued
We know the decision to euthanize your beloved pet is an extremely difficult one and many pet owners struggle with the thought of it. Vets To Go Founder, Dr. Wendy McClelland, has some great advice in this episode of Ask. … Continued
Most dog owners know the dangers of foods like chocolate and onions for their furry family members, but Xylitol is quickly rising to the top of the “doggie danger foods” list. And the chances are good that you probably have a … Continued
Do we have heartworm in Alberta and do you need to protect your cats and dogs from it with a prescription medication? Hear what Vets To Go Founder Dr. Wendy McClelland recommends on this episode of ‘Ask. Dr. Wendy’.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – August 25th, 2015 Calgary Pet Owners Advised To Keep Animals Indoors Calgary Veterinarian Warns Pet Owners To Keep Animals Indoors During “Very High Risk” Air Quality Advisory CALGARY, AB – With Calgary air quality index levels … Continued
Is Fido Festival Ready? By Dr. Wendy McClelland, DVM – CEO & Chief Medical Officer, Vets To Go Mobile Vet Service Hot days, blue skies and the warm breezes tell me that the Lilac Festival is right around the corner! When … Continued
Here’s a fun article on how to create your own nutritious and healthy DIY dog treats from Greg, one of the pet loving team members at Vets To Go! Something we love to do at home is make fresh juice, using … Continued
How To Know If Your Pet Is In Pain By: Dr. Gillian Mackie, DVM We all recognize the obvious signs of pain – crying out and whining, wounds or lameness, but there are many more subtle signs as well. Most … Continued
Edmonton Vets To Go was recently featured on CTV News – see what happens on an actual in-home visit, and hear what clients think about the service!
Mobile vet services offer a number of benefits for clients with specific and unusual needs. Here’s a list of many of the benefits offered by Vets To Go.
Calgary vets that provide mobile veterinary clinic services throughout Calgary and surrounding areas, including Okotoks, Cochrane, Airdrie and Chestermere.