We are proud to have been providing quality,
compassionate veterinary care since 1954.
In the ever changing face of veterinary medicine, we strive to keep up to date with the latest in knowledge and technology. We aim to take the necessary time with you and your animal to present you with all of the available treatment options.
Recently we have been seeing cases of lungworm in cattle and while it is normal to see a few every year, outbreaks are certainly more common during wetter summers like the one we’ve been experiencing. Lungworm is a parasitic infestation of the bovine respiratory tract ingested from grazing contaminated pasture. Just like gastrointestinal worms, animals…Read More
*ADVISORY* It’s that time of year again! It’s been a long wet summer, and we have been starting to see horses with Potomac Horse Fever(PHF) here at WVC. Potomac horse fever is a potentially fatal gastrointestinal disease that strikes in the late summer months. The disease is infectious, but not contagious between animals. It can…Read More
Horse Vaccination Guidelines Have you been thinking about horse vaccinations and parasite prevention? We understand that with rapid developments in vaccine technology and a seemingly endless array of products on the market, it’s often hard for horse owners to know where to begin. We are here to help! Deciding what vaccines to give your…Read More
Please be aware, bug season is here! We’ve been getting quite a number of calls from dog owners that their dog’s belly looks like this (see attached photo) Unfortunately, there is not a lot you can do to prevent these black fly bites. If your dog runs around or lays in a tall grass area,…Read More
In the event you find a stray dog, here are some tips and steps to follow. The first and most important step, is to stay safe! The animal may be confused and scared, so be cautious. IF you choose to approach the animal, move slow and watch for signs of discomfort or aggression. DO NOT…Read More
This time of year we see a fair number of calves with broken legs. Typically the calf is a few days old and gets stepped on by over eager, protective moms. The good news is, these breaks can heal with a little TLC, especially in young calves with fractures of the lower leg. A broken…Read More
Our Customers are saying...
Best staff ever! Caring and gentle. I wouldn’t take my furbabies anywhere else.
~ Deana L’Hirondelle Snowden
These people are awesome at the vet clinic in Westlock. The staff are very friendly and ready to help. I also board Levi here and have changed plans when they had no vacancy. He’s so happy when he comes home. Also gets a report card which is pretty cool.
~ Sandra E
Not only are they amazing with my large dog, but they respond quickly to farm emergencies! I can’t speak highly enough of the Vets at this clinic and all of their staff! Thank you for everything you do!
~ Veronica Schoenberger
I have been going to Westlock vet centre since January 2009. I have always had amazing care for my Schnauzer pups! I always recommend people with pets to take the drive. It is beautiful. Only 45 minutes and the care and attention your pets will receive is second to none!! They really do love their animals and you can see it. FABULOUS 5 STARS for sure!
~ Valerie Kosik-Sawyer
MONDAY | 8:30 – 5:30
TUESDAY | 8:30 – 5:30
WEDNESDAY | 8:30 – 5:30
THURSDAY | 8:30 – 5:30
FRIDAY | 8:30 – 5:30
SATURDAY | 8:30 – 4:00
SUNDAY | Closed