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Cat Services

Female cat spaying is the best way to prevent unplanned or unwanted litters. Learn more about the importance of spaying or neutering your cat.

 

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Dental Focus Month

The most commonly diagnosed health problem in pets is dental disease. Daily teeth brushing and annual dental cleanings help prevent severe dental disease.

 

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Welcome to Cumberland Veterinary Clinic in Saskatoon

If you live in Saskatoon or the surrounding area in Saskatchewan, then you have picked the perfect site to find a veterinarian.

The Cumberland Veterinary Clinic has been a part of the community for over 20 years. We design each preventative medical program to suit the needs of our client and patient. Our vet hospital offers a wide range of services, including preventative medicine, surgery, internal medicine, veterinary dentistry, weight management programs, emergency care, nutritional consultations, diagnostic services, and much more. We want to be there for you from the first moment your new puppy or kitten arrives at the clinic to the sad final moments when you have to say goodbye to your cherished friend.

We have a number of resources available for you to learn about how to take better care of your pets. The best veterinary care for animals is ongoing nutrition and problem prevention. If you have questions, please call 306-373-3500 or email us and we’ll promptly get back to you.

Dr. Michael Bugg, DVM | Dr. Terri Chotowet, DVM, BSA
Saskatoon Veterinarians, Cumberland Veterinary Clinic – SVMA Accredited Clinic

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What to do if Your Pet is Lost

Despite our best efforts even our indoor pets can sneak out and become lost. This is a very stressful situation for everyone involved. Some pets may find their way home on their own but many are frightened and hiding or get picked up by animal control or a concerned passerby. Here are a few tips to help reunite with your lost pets.

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Managing Pain in Our Pets

It is now accepted that animals are able to experience pain in a similar way to humans.  Recognizing pain in pets can be difficult for owners as animals are unable to tell us what hurts and most animal species will instinctively mask pain and weakness.

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