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If you are in search of a caring, experienced and knowledgeable veterinarian in Winnipeg, we invite you to Sherbrook Animal Hospital. Dr. Harvinder Hirkewal and his team love animals and provide a range of veterinary services from emergency care and surgery to wellness care and nutritional counseling. Services are provided in our clean, comfortable and modern facility, with a friendly, professional and knowledgeable staff. Our hospital is a fully accredited! We welcome you to learn more about Sherbrook Animal Hospital and why we are the quality choice for the care of your pet.
Sherbrook Animal Hospital focuses on the wellness of pets, knowing that a healthy pet is a happy one. We encourage pet owners to schedule regular wellness exams for the early detection of diseases. Our wellness exams also include annual vaccinations, heartworm prevention and treatment, annual deworming, advanced dental care and cleanings and flea and tick detection and treatment. We can even assist you with your pet's behavioral problems. Sherbrook Animal Hospital in Winnipeg offers a variety of wellness packages for kittens, puppies, adult pets and senior pets. These value-priced packages include services important to the health of your pet at any age.
Accidents happen, and when they do, we are here to help at Sherbrook Animal Hospital. We offer a range of diagnostic services including digital X-rays, ultrasound, and lab work. Some of our common surgical procedures include: Spay and neutering Soft tissue procedures Gastrointestinal surgeries Eye surgeries If your pet has an orthopedic problem, we will refer you to a surgeon who provides services in our own facility.
Our microchipping and tattoo services provide owners with peace of mind, knowing their pets are permanently identified should they become lost. Our pet identification services are affordable and easy to administer.
Our in-house lab services ensure your pet gets quick and accurate results from our diagnostic testing, leading to same day treatment. Our common tests include: Complete blood count Electrolyte profiles Thyroid Snap Test Urinalysis Feline leukemia and FIV tests Canine parvo virus probe tests Canine Heartworm and Lyme Disease Tests Pets can be very good at hiding signs of illness, which makes our in-house lab so valuable for the health of our furry friends.
Sherbrook Animal Hospital is operated with a commitment to honesty, fairness, integrity and to providing the best veterinary services possible. Call us today at (204) 774-3544 for an appointment convenient to your schedule. New patients receive a 15% discount on initial appointments (excluding vaccination appointments).
For after hours emergency care please call the Winnipeg Emergency Clinic 204 452-9427.
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