Pet Health Assessment

Wellness Exams Routine medical assessment of your pet is recommended every year. It is often referred to as an “annual exam”, or a “puppy or kitten wellness exam”. These exams allow the veterinarians at Martensville Veterinary Hospital to medically assess your pet from nose to tail. They are important! When pets are ill, we are […]

Veterinary Endocrinology (Hormones)

Identifying endocrine problems as early as possible is important in dogs and cats. These serious, potentially life-threatening conditions are more manageable when caught early, allowing us to begin proper treatment. The endocrine system is made up of a group of tissues (mostly glands) that release hormones into the bloodstream. These hormones regulate metabolism, growth, development, […]

Veterinary Eye Exams

Veterinary eye exams may save your pets eyesight, or save their eye.  Eyes that are suddenly red, blue, painful, or bulging are a veterinary emergency. These signs may indicate glaucoma (high eye pressure), injury, or other eye disease. Your dog or cat could lose its eyesight, or even its eye, without immediate diagnosis and treatment. […]

Veterinary Cardiology (Heart)

Coughing, difficulty exercising, and weakness can be signs of heart disease. The veterinarians in Martensville can discover many heart problems during your cat or dog’s check-up, and can perform diagnostic tests including x-rays, ECG, blood pressure measurements, and blood testing to help decide the best treatment for your pet. Although heart problems are more often […]

Veterinary Dermatology (Skin)

Skin problems are common in all pets, but they can happen for a variety of reasons. Allergies, external parasites, hormone imbalances, and autoimmune disorders can all lead to skin and hair problems. If your pet begins scratching excessively, develops bare patches, lumps or bumps, or red skin they may have an underlying skin disorder. Allergies […]

Pain Management & Control

Pain management and pain control is very important in pets. Animals have developed an innate ability to hide their pain as a survival mechanism. As a result, your dog, cat, or pocket pet may be experiencing pain, but may not be showing it. There are many subtle signs that suggest your pet is experiencing pain […]