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We are honoured to have been nominated and awarded as the Canadian Veterinary Medical Association (CVMA) 2016 Practice of the Year. This award recognizes a team for its outstanding achievements in its local community. Everyone at the clinic truly cares about the community in which we live and work, so giving back is easy. Our team members can be seen outside of the clinic participating in many different organizations such as 4-H clubs, coaching ringette and soccer and more. We are part of a remarkable community, so thank you to everyone for your support in helping us provide quality medical care to your pets and livestock "because we care".


A Healthy Norris!

Initial Examination:
Norris presented to The Animal Care Centre of Strathmore with multiple lesions and hair loss surrounding his eyes, legs and body. His face was very swollen and his skin was thickened and sore. Norris was a rescue dog through the AARCS organization (Alberta Animal Rescue Crew Society) and had just made a transition into foster care with Alicia Flint. She noticed shortly after he transferred to his temporary home, that his skin dramatically worsened and became very severe. He was previously treated at another vet hospital for demodectic mange and a skin infection.

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