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Contact: Guardian Veterinary Centre
5620 99th St Edmonton, AB T6E 3N8
If you need a trusted veterinarian to care for your pets, then look no further. Montrose Pet Clinic is a quality assured, Alberta licensed veterinary clinic. We treats dogs, cats and some exotics. Your pets’ health and well-being are very important to us and we will take every precaution to give your animals the best care they deserve. At Montrose Pet Clinic, we understand your pets are family.
Our mission is to provide excellent pet care services to society which will keep our pets disease free to prolong their happy and healthy life, by blending professional and ethical principles of veterinary medicine through dedication, education, technology, experience and compassion.
We are a clinic equipped with modern technology and experienced team members who will provide excellent care for your furry family members. We offer a number of resources that will enable you to learn more about optimal pet health, nutrition and preventative care.
If you have any questions, please call 780-929-7363 or email us today!
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