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Pet Parasite Prevention

Parasite season is upon us, and the team at Lomsnes Veterinary Hospital will get your pets ready for it through quality parasite prevention treatment. Together, we can help your furry family member stay protected year-round!

 

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Welcome to Lomsnes Veterinary Hospital in Red Deer

At Lomsnes Veterinary Hospital we offer a broad range of services including medical, diagnostic, surgical, and preventive health care in a compassionate and caring environment. We are a full-service small animal and exotics hospital offering a full range of medical and surgical services for avians, pocket pets, and exotics. Although we are veterinarians, technologists and assistants, we are “fur baby parents” and animal lovers first – just like you. These special relationships are what drive us to provide quality, loving care and assist your companion to live a longer, happier, and healthier life.

We recognize the significance of your pets and the place they hold in your family – for this reason, our friendly and caring staff will provide you with the information needed to care for them.

Our team members are trained in the latest techniques and have extensive knowledge. We are committed to staying on the cutting edge of new and innovative technology and applying state-of-the-art procedures for our patients’ benefits. After all, the health and happiness of your furry family member is our primary concern.

We encourage you to view a complete list of our services and schedule an appointment to visit us today.

Dr. Lisa Lomsnes, DVM | Dr. Hayley Biederbeck, DVM | Dr. Katie Graves, DVM 
Red Deer Veterinarians, Lomsnes Veterinary Hospital – ABVMA Accredited

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