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Nutrition Month!

One of the most commonly diagnosed issue with our furry friends is obesity. Extra weight on our companion animals adds unnecessary stress to their joints and organs.


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Welcome to Morinville Veterinary Clinic in Town of Morinville

Choosing a veterinary clinic is an important decision. As a member of the Town of Morinville community for over 35 years, we’ve had the pleasure of ensuring the health and well-being of more than 28,000 dogs and 16, 800 cats. Our dedicated team of highly experienced veterinary professionals are ready to handle everything from emergencies to basic tests, vaccinations, flea control, spaying or neutering and more complex surgical procedures. We’re looking forward to meeting you and your pets!

We are strong supporters of animal welfare and supply temporary animal housing for strays to the Town of Morinville & City of St. Albert. We take pride in preparing strays that have not been claimed and ready them for adoption. We have many dogs & cats available for adoption and invite you to visit our Facebook page for photos and information about these wonderful pets.

Meet the Team
Our family has visited the Morinville Veterinary Clinic for the last 14 years. We find the staff compassionate, friendly, and…

Debbie Bocian

Excellent Customer service!!! The staff are very professional, Caring, Polite and knowledgeable! They keep me up to date by email…

Ali Khafagi

Amazing...the service and staff were absolutely amazing...they stepped up and helped my furbabies and myself in our time of need…

Greta Maynard

Dr. McDonald is such a sweet heart. She really took time to get to know my dogs and be friendly…

Kelsey Vaughan


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skunk shampoo

Homemade Skunk Shampoo

The Ingredients 1 quart of 3-percent hydrogen peroxide (available at any pharmacy) 1/4 cup baking soda 1 teaspoon liquid dishwashing soap

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what to know about ticks

The Low Down on Ticks

How ticks survive Most ticks go through four life stages: egg, six-legged larva, eight-legged nymph, and adult. After hatching from the eggs, ticks must eat blood at every stage to survive. Ticks that require this many hosts can take up to 3 years to complete their full life cycle, and most will die because they don't find a host for their next feeding.

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