We are your north Edmonton full-service animal clinic and we have been building great relationships with you and your family pet since 1972.
For the past four decades our dedicated, professional team has grown to include four doctors and 15 animal health technicians, animal care attendants, and client relation veterinary medical assistants.

Welcome to our animal clinic.

We treat most family pets, including dogs, cats, birds, ferrets, chinchillas, hamsters, rats, mice, rabbits, guinea pigs, sugar gliders, gerbils, hedgehogs, degu. We are happy to welcome new patients and their families.
Call us at: 780.475.9225 – petinfo@deltonvet.com

We Are A Walk In Clinic

If you’re unsure whether your pet’s condition requires immediate attention, stop second-guessing and please visit our clinic. Within minutes of your arrival, one of our registered animal health technologists, trained to identify discomfort vs. crisis, will assess and discuss options to manage your pet’s condition.
We care about pets and their people.

We ♥ Your Pets!

We offer a full range of veterinary health services including complete physical exams and consultations, blood and allergy testing, management of skin and ear disease, x-rays, ultrasound, vaccines, and a range of surgeries from spay and neuter to reconstructive and orthopedic procedures. We also have a special interest in dental care and oral hygiene counselling, tooth scale and polishing, dental x-ray, and surgery.

Hours:  Monday to Friday – 8am to 6pm  • Saturdays – 8am to 1pm •   

Holiday Closures 2017: Family Day,  Good Friday, July 3, Civic Holiday, Labour Day, Thanksgiving, Remembrance Day, Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Year’s Day

New Services

Concerned about lapsed or unnecessary vaccinations?
Did the vaccinations my dog received as a puppy adequately protect them?
Does my geriatric or chronically ill dog need to be vaccinated this year?

Recent studies reveal that the vaccinations your dog received as a puppy or during their last annual check-up may remain effective for much longer than originally thought. For the first time in Canada we have an affordable, accurate test that provides peace of mind when you question, the need to re vaccinate or the status of your dog’s immunity against canine Parvovirus, Infectious Hepatitis and Distemper.

Canine VacciCheck® is a simple blood test that can be performed during your dog’s annual health check-up. It measures your dog’s current antibody levels from previous vaccinations. Speak with your veterinarian about Canine VacciCheck, and its suitability for your dog.

American Animal Hospital Association

We are a member of the American Animal Hospital Association.
The American Animal Hospital Association is the only organization to accredit companion veterinary hospitals. Our accredited hospitals hold themselves to a higher standard. Pets are their passion, and keeping them healthy is their #1 priority. They strive to deliver excellent care for pets. Why? Because pets deserve nothing less.

Since its beginning, AAHA has been committed to excellence. The founders were convinced that small animal practice was important and that it was necessary to provide better facilities and methods than were generally available. That philosophy is still alive as a guiding principle of the Association today. It has helped stimulate and maintain the growth and development not only of the Association, but of the practice of small animal medicine throughout the world.

The Veterinary Information Network

This hospital is a member of VIN, the Veterinary Information Network, because we choose to provide the best current health care available for your pet.

We live in a rapidly changing world: Like all health care professionals, we face rapid change – new diseases, new technologies, new drugs, and new treatments emerge every month. Remaining up-to-date with these changes is important, so we can offer the best care for your pets and best serve you.

The knowledge and experience of thousands of veterinarians: As a member of VIN, we have constant access to a vast veterinary medical “library and access to an online worldwide community of over 50,000 veterinarians, including hundreds of specialists.

When designated as a CFP, veterinary clinics have proven they have taken specific extra steps to assure they understand a cat’s unique needs and have implemented feline-friendly standards. We’ve made changes up front and behind the scenes to help make veterinary visits less stressful to cats.

Your cat’s health care team

• Is trained to understand the individualized needs of cats and develops a healthcare plan
• Facilitates a more positive experience including a calm environment
• Uses a slow approach to achieve positive results
• Continually obtains education on the most current feline research and guidelines
• Will help ensure you are a valuable member of your cat’s healthcare team.

The American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP) is a professional organization representing feline practitioners who are passionate about the care of cats.

The DVH Ask Our Vets Series

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What is a Delton Veterinary Hospital Physical Exam and Consultation?

We believe the comprehensive physical exam and consultation help our pets live a longer and healthier life. It should be performed semi-annually to annually depending on the age and specific healthcare needs of your pet. Pets age faster than us. A year in your life is equivalent to 5 to 7 years in your pets meaning a semi-annual physical for your pet is equivalent to a physical for you about every 3 years.

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To all the angels at Delton Veterinary Hospital. This is a very small thanks- we can’t possibly express all we want to say! For everything you do, have done and will do in the future for the fur, feathered & scaled families & their servants. We have trusted & will continue to rely on your expertise & compassion. Thank you for everything!
Milt and Kim & Sooty, Fred, Kato, Oreo, Angus, Misty, Skippito, Jalapeno, Mango.