Large & Small Animal Veterinary Clinic

Business hours:
Monday to Friday: 8am-5pm. Saturday: 9am-1pm.

The Cremona Veterinary Clinic is a mixed animal facility that primarily focuses on preventative care, medical care, obstetrical care, and surgical care of dogs, cats, horses and beef cattle. We also work with sheep, goats, camelids (llamas and alpacas), and occasionally rabbits, pigs, ranched bison/elk, and poultry. Unfortunately we do not treat pet birds, pocket pets (gerbils/hamsters, etc), reptiles, pot-bellied pigs, or exotic or wild animals.

We want to provide you with the best care possible for your animals, and want you to feel confident that we will treat your livestock and pets exactly as we would treat them if they were our own.

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Happy Wednesday everyone !!!!! Hope your day is as relaxing as Dougies ...

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For most farmers, calving is starting up now and for some it is in full swing!!! Those babies are starting to hit the ground and of course its been the coldest part of the winter so far! Make sure that you have a way to get those cold wet babies warmed up and out of the icy wind.

Barns and shelters, even if they are not heated are a great way to help keep the wind off! Warming boxes, blow dryers and heated shops or garages can also help out those little ones for the severe cases of hypothermia. Be sure to provide a very thick layer of fresh, clean/dry straw for those calves and their mamma's to bed down in.

If you are concerned that the calf has been out in the cold too long and maybe hasn't taken in any colostrum from it's mamma, be sure to supplement with a commercially prepared calf colostrum as soon as you can. Be sure that it is mixed with fairly warm water (do not boil), as that can help to warm them from the inside!

Worried about frost bite on the ears??? can make your own or purchase calf hoods/ear warmers to cover the ears and protect against frost bite on those frigid winter nights. (The Calf ear warmers featured in the photograph below are hand made locally with permission to use photos and credit to Niki Farquarson/Swarbick)

Anything we can do to help keep those little babies safe and warm on these cold winter nights!

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A reminder to our clients that this month is Dental Health Month! Get your pets booked in for their dental examination and cleaning! Dental cleanings are so very important to your pets health as we are not often brushing their teeth twice daily as we do with ourselves. This leads to a much heavier build up of plaque, tartar and bacteria that can cause loads of health problems internally and make our pets breath bad too! It can also be quite painful for them to eat if they have diseased teeth. Give us a call today so we can help your pet with their pearly whites! ...

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