Our team of highly-trained and compassionate veterinarians and technologists offer a wide range of veterinary services.
At Cedarwood Veterinary Hospital in Red Deer, we are ardent animal lovers, and enhancing your pet’s health and well-being is our passion and commitment. Whether your pet needs a scheduled check-up, dental work or orthopaedic surgery, we can help! Our medical, diagnostic, surgical, and preventative services include:
We have wellness and individualized vaccination and titer programs for puppies, kittens, adult pets, and senior pets
Rehabilitation, dermatology, internal medicine cases, diabetes management, dentistry, endoscopy, ultrasound and more
Electrical muscle stimulation, laser therapy and exercise programs
Spaying, neutering, soft tissue surgery including invasive abdominal procedures and orthopaedic surgery
Reproduction planning, and caesarean sections, semen collection, freezing and storing, and TCI
Be prepared in case your pet goes missing
Cedarwood Veterinary Hospital does not endorse nor do we perform declaw procedures on cats. Declawing cats is a very painful procedure that can result in medical and behavioral problems post procedure. To learn more information regarding this procedure, please visit The Paw Project website.
Your pet is a member of your family, and it’s important to have a medical support team who knows the needs of you and your pet. At Cedarwood Veterinary Hospital, we strive to play that role by offering a range of services for pets of all ages, from microchipping to vaccinations and nutritional services. To learn more about our services, or to book an appointment, please give us a call.
We also accept pet insurance and medicards (apply in house).
We offer ultrasound, radiology, endocrinology, dentistry services and so much more
This minimally invasive procedure allows us to see inside an animal’s body and take biopsies without surgical intervention
We don’t back away from in-depth and complicated cases and we offer invasive, orthopaedic and soft tissue surgery services
If you notice your pet has bare patches, lumps or bumps, or is scratching excessively, give us a call right away