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Here at Southglen Veterinary Hospital, we care deeply about the health and happiness of each patient. Our diagnostic and preventative veterinary services are personalized for each and every pet, allowing us to maximize your favorite family member's quality of life while reducing their future health risks, and we use state-of-the-art equipment for more precise and comfortable treatments too.
If we suspect blockages, pregnancy, fluid buildup, foreign objects, or any other invisible condition inside your pet's internal organs, we may perform an ultrasound exam to take a closer look. Ultrasound imaging is a non-invasive diagnostic tool that allows us to diagnose unexplainable conditions and evaluate the current state of your pet's internal organs, from foreign masses to changes in size, texture, or blood supply.
If your pet suffers loss of mobility, recurring pain, or any other debilitating symptoms of an illness or injury, we can personalize a physical therapy regimen for them. Laser therapy is one effective and non-invasive treatment option for a variety of chronic and painful conditions. It helps to reduce inflammation associated with arthritis and injuries, and it stimulates the regrowth of new cells to promote healing and help your pet recover faster.
If your pet is in trouble after business hours, call Southglen Veterinary Hospital. Our veterinarian is on call for late-evening walk-in appointments, but if we can't help, we'll refer you to a local animal hospital that can. Your pet deserves immediate treatment, and we know you don't want to wait overnight as symptoms get worse. We encourage you to call as soon as possible to give your pets the best possible chance of recovery.
Pet dentistry is just as important as human dentistry, because oral health problems may cause serious complications elsewhere in the body. We offer dental X-rays to diagnose tooth and gum problems, tooth extractions to remove damaged or dead teeth, and thorough dental cleanings to polish your pet's teeth and remove any built-up bacteria while we monitor their vital signs closely. We also help pet owners learn how to maintain their pets' oral hygiene at home, with our selection of dog- and cat-friendly toothpastes and toothbrushes.
Our diets play huge roles in our overall quality of life, affecting everything from the number on the scale to the likelihood of getting certain cancers and chronic conditions. At Southglen Veterinary Hospital, we know animals are no exception. The food you feed your pets should have the right balance of nutrients and vitamins, and the right amount of calories for their age and lifestyle. Our veterinarian in Winnipeg will help you determine the ideal diet for your pet, which may include specialty foods available right here at our animal hospital.
Call (204) 452-0077 today to schedule an appointment for your pet at Southglen Veterinary Hospital.