In the Community

Martensville Veterinary Hospital knows that it is a privilege to grow alongside our community and important to give back where we can. This is why we donate to events like Martensville’s Buster Days, the Winter Fun Festival and the Community Access Center’s Canada Day celebrations.  We raise money for stray pets found in Martensville. We provide accessible pet microchipping, thousands of dollars of free dental and surgical services to the Saskatoon SPCA and their second chance fund.   Martensville Veterinary Hospital also donates free food and medical supplies to other shelters and rescue groups as well as the Saskatoon Food Bank.


The human-animal bond is important and should be encouraged! That is why we do behind the scenes tours for schools, daycares and homeschool groups. Team members also do talks at local elementary schools and high schools and put on educational events. Our veterinary clinic has also given a scholarship for excellence in science to Martensville High school students since our clinic opened in 1992.


Simply put, we all rely on the environment, so each business should minimize its environmental impact in order to keep their community safe and clean. That’s why you may see us wheel our 3 blue carts to the curb and use compostable bags. We send sharps and biohazards for safe processing, away from the Martensville landfill. We take part in Saskatoon’s Green Stem initiative.  Our love for our community and animals also affects which products we use to clean and disinfect our clinic. We help with wildlife found in our area and donate to a local wildlife organization. Every little bit counts.