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Carnduff, Saskatchewan S0C0S0 Canada

306-482-3678

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  • Animal Health Week 2016: October 2-8
    Animal Health + Human Health + Planet Health = One Health As we become more interconnected globally, it is apparent that veterinarians, doctors and scientists need to work together to ensure Read more
  • Lift The Lip!!
    Does Your dog have extremely bad breath? Bad breath Read more
  • Pet Safety Tips For A Happy Holiday Season!
    COLD WEATHER: A fur coat does not exclude pets from frostbite and hypothermia, but how cold is too cold? If it is below freezing, pets should not be left outside Read more
  • 2012 Fall Salt Sale - Masterfeed Mineral, Saltec Salt & OLS Tubs
    2012 Fall Salt Sale runs from November 1st-30th with:  Masterfeed Minerals, Saltec Salt & OLS Tubs all on sale.  Melita clients please call ahead to pre book your salt Read more
  • Maturity In Motion
    November is senior awareness month, it is called Maturity in Motion, If you bring in your senior pet and have blood work done you get a free bag of food!! Read more
  • Stray Cat Found In Carnduff on Nov 15,2012
    This cat was brought into the clinic yesterday afternoon (November 15,2012), she is very friendly. If anyone knows who's cat this is please advise them to call the Carnduff clinic Read more
  • September: Pet Insurance Month
    PetSecure:  Pet Health Insurance Basics Pet insurance with Petsecure is like having health benefits for your pet. It's a unique way to ensure Read more
  • Gorgeous St. Bernard Needs a Home!
    This is Lauralie.  She will be 5 years old December 25, 2012.  We have had her a year.  She is a nice dog but she really wants to be an Read more
  • Do you have a cat that's fearful of car rides or vet visits?
    Many cats are fearful of  car rides and Veterinary visits, which makes it harder for us to give them good medical care. It also makes it Read more
  • Common Household Items that are Harmful to Animals
    There are many common products in the home that are poisonous to pets, such as:  Most human medications, including Tylenol, ibuprofen and insulin   Read more
  • Rabies Clinics
    It is that time of year again! We will be having our rabies clinics in a couple of weeks, here is the schedule:Monday - May 7, 2012 Read more
  • February is Dental Health Month!
    Every year we take the month of February to focus on the importance of dental and oral health in our furry friends. At BorderVET Animal Health, we believe Read more
  • Salt Sale
    Our Fall Salt Sale is taking place October 24-November 4.  Save on salt, mineral, and OLS tubs.  Please call for pricing and more information.  Melita clients please call ahead to Read more
  • What to do if you find a baby wild animal
    Don't:  *  Keep peeking at the animal or handling it * Put green grass under the animal (It takes the heat out Read more
  • Halloween Costumes
    Check out all of the cute Halloween costumes available for your pets!!  Please call 306-482-3678 or email carnduff@bordervet.ca for more information on sizing and pricing. Recommended sizing by Read more
  • Year of the Cat 2011
    Cats need vet care, too. They are just as important as their canine friends. Year of the Cat 2011 is a national effort to focus awareness on the Read more

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