Why does Calgary have 122 thousand dogs? It could be because there are over 130 off leash parks, which is the largest amount of canine space in North America.
As I’m sure you’ve heard many times, “dogs really are man’s best friend”! They can work for us, be our companion, or a family pet.
Whatever their role in our lives, it is clear that we need them almost as much as they need us.
The bond that is formed between them and their human family is unbreakable. Simply because you love your pet, this Calgary dog section helps you take care of them on many levels.
During an emergency, you may not have time to start searching to find where the closest emergency clinic is, so take the time now, while reviewing Calgary Dogs section and locate the one closest to you.
Calgary North Veterinary Hospital – Open 24 hours
4204 – 4th Street N.W. Calgary, Alberta T2K 1A2
C.A.R.E. – Open 24 hours
7140 – 12 St. S.E. Calgary, Alberta T2H 2Y4
Located at “Old” Costco site
FISH CREEK PET HOSPITAL - Open 24 hours
3125, 150 Millrise Blvd. SW Calgary, Alberta , T2Y 5G7
Just off MacLeod Trail in Millrise
WESTERN VETERINARY SPECIALISTS & EMERGENCY CARE – Open 24 hours
1802 – 10th Avenue SW Calgary, Alberta T3C 0J8
McKnight 24 hour Veterinary Hospital
#34, 5010-4th Street N.E. Calgary, Alberta T2K 5X8 (Intersection of McKnight Blvd. and Edmonton Trail N.E.)
Have you considered adopting a rescue dog? Are you able to be a “foster” home for an animal or two? Do you have spare time to volunteer for a rescue agency?
When thinking of charitable donations, please consider one of the rescue agencies below.