Properties Animal Clinic Patient Centre
About Properties Animal Clinic
Properties Animal Clinic is a modern, full service veterinary clinic and one of the only clinics in Calgary outside of the main referral centres that offers laparoscopic liver biopsy.
What To Expect When You Visit
Get a head start on the paperwork required for your visit and make it as stress-free as possible for you and your pet! Download the applicable forms online, fill them out, and bring them with you to your appointment.
Upon arrival, our friendly receptionist will greet you and your pet, register you and then take you to one of our examination rooms. Our registered animal health technologist (nurse) will then come in and take your pet’s initial history and vital signs. The veterinarian will then come in and review the history, perform the physical exam and review the required diagnostic tests or treatment that should be completed. The animal health technologist will then return to review a cost estimate for services and obtain your consent to proceed with the treatment plan. We offer a complete range of services that allows total care of your pet. Our staff is enthusiastic about making your visit as stress free as possible for both you and your pet.
Tips for Bringing your Pet to the Veterinarian
Upon arrival to any veterinary clinic, dogs should be controlled on a leash and cats should be in a carrier. This prevents any unwanted interaction with other animals and people at the clinic. Many of the pets at the clinic are not well, and do not appreciate the attention of others in an already stressful situation. If you have any questions or concerns about bringing in your pet, please contact us today.
Pet Insurance Direct Billing
Properties Animal Clinic is one of the first clinics in Alberta to offer Trupanion Express, which allows immediate direct billing to Trupanion so you only pay for the portion you owe at the time of treatment.
Pet Foods Available In Stock
At Properties Animal Clinic, we believe in using food as medicine. We have a variety of therapeutic foods that help treat a wide range of diseases. We carry Hill’s Prescription Diets, Royal Canin, and Purina Veterinary Diets in formulas for all life-stages of your pets and all of their medical needs. Using nutrition can help reduce or eliminate the need for medications with some diseases. We do not carry raw food diets and welcome discussions regarding its use. If you would like to avoid commercial kibble, we encourage home-cooked diets. We can help direct you toward appropriate recipes with vitamin and mineral premixes that help ensure a nutritionally balanced meal.
Find out more about our Animal Nutrition and Diet Services >
Tips for Treating Sick Animals
If your pet is not well, a veterinarian should see him or her as soon as possible. Animals instinctively hide pain and illness, so by the time you recognize they are ill they have likely been dealing with it for some time. This is especially true with minor aches and pains. When pets show stiffness when rising or difficulty getting into the car or doing stairs, this is actually pain that would have a person in tears. Delaying your appointment with your veterinarian can result in your pet becoming critically ill, delaying their recovery or making recovery more difficult.
There are new long acting, injectable antibiotics that help easily treat many common bacterial infections. This is especially helpful when treating cats.
Find out more about our Pet Examination Services >
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We Welcome Your Feedback
If you have any questions, concerns or feedback for our team, please do not hesitate to contact Dr. Morley directly. We will work with you to the best of our abilities in order to ensure you are satisfied with your experience at our clinic.
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