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Welcome to The Pet Hospital

Your Veterinarian in Leduc, AB 

Call us at (780) 986-3297



Pet Emergency? Call us right away at (780) 986-3297!

The Pet Hospital has been caring for our patients since 1949. We are a full service companion animal practice within the city limits of thriving Leduc, Alberta.

At The Pet Hospital, we welcome visits from clients new to the area and always look forward to meeting new pets. Much like in human medicine, small animal medicine has progressed extensively in recent years. New medicines, new diagnostic tests and even new diseases make things challenging and exciting. Very complicated cases like certain surgeries or unique tests like MRI’s can be arranged through specialists in city centres. We take pride in addressing your pets needs in a courteous and timely fashion through booking appointments; but emergencies do happen. Take a tour of some of what we have to offer…

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At The Pet Hospital, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are. 

Robin Fisher, DVM

Mary Tyrner, DVM

Jessica ter Borgh, DVM

Leduc Veterinarian 
 The Pet Hospital | (780) 986-3297

 5302 50th St. Leduc, AB T9E6Z6

Testimonials

Read What Our Clients Say

  • "I took my cat in to be fix last week. the staff is kind compassionate and caring. the before, during and after are amazing. and a follow up a few days later just the best experience and would recommend anyone to them. thank you for your care to Lucifer and his after care."
    Jeremy B.
  • "Dr. Jessica ter Borgh is an amazing Veterinarian. We had to put our dog down suddenly when he became very sick. She was so kind and compassionate and spent so much time with us. I will be bringing all future pets to her. Thank you."
    Scarlett D.
  • "We have never had a better Vet, Dr. Tyrner is very helpful, polite, and compassionate, Myself and my entire family, including all 3 fur kids like her too. The entire staff here at The Pet Hospital are friendly, helpful, courteous and compassionate. I highly recommend The Pet Hospital for all your fur kids medical needs."
    Carrie-Lynn S

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