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We at Creature Comfrots are able to offer full annual physical exams, vaccines, parasite prevention, dental checks, nutritional consults and even Fear Free Consults.
We are happy to help your pet with any non-urgent issues such as gastrointestinal upset, ear or eye infections, skin issues, lump checks or lameness.
We use Idexx Laboratory Services for our diagnostics. We have the ability to preform blood work, urine testing and cytology in clinic. This in clinic service will give you results within a 15 minute time frame. We also can send samples to the Idexx lab, here in Calgary which can provide results from 24 hours for blood samples to 5-7 days for most histopathology (microscopic examination of cell types in a sample).
We can do minor surgeries through the house-call service, like small mass removals, minor laceration repairs, small biopsies, etc with sedation. We also provide surgeries requiring full general anesthesia in-clinic, such as spays and neuters, dental procedures, larger mass removals, laceration repairs etc.
Food and Product Sales
Coming soon is our online store. This service will be avalible for you to order, from our website, the food or products you need at anytime. At the moment all you need to do is call, text or email the clinic for your order.
We place orders though our distributer 3 times per week!
Pharmacy and Dispensing Prescription Medications
We can prescribe and dispense medication to you during a visit, from a previous visit or order the product from our distributor, if is something we do not carry routinely. We have the ability to order a vaiety of products from, shampoos, flea and ticks preventions, intestinal parasite prevention and treatment along with tablets/capsules and even compounded medications!
Full Body and Dental Radiology
We have the current, state of the art full body x ray machine and the ability to even send radiographs to a board certified radiologist anywhere in the world for their opinion! Along with our full body machine we have dental radiology. We can take these pictures while your pet in under general anesthesia to assess the tooth (crown and root), along with the boney structures surrounding the root.