Welcome to West Edmonton Animal Hospital
Your Trusted Veterinarian in Edmonton Alberta

Call us at (780) 489-3203

Keep your four-legged friend healthy and happy with care from West Edmonton Spay & Neuter/ Animal Hospital!

Pet owners across Edmonton, Spruce Grove, Stony Plain and the surrounding area trust our knowledgeable team for total pet healthcare. Along with spaying and neutering dogs and cats, we also provide a full range of additional veterinary services, including dental care, important vaccinations, annual check-ups and more.

Your Full-Service Veterinarian in Edmonton

West Edmonton Spay & Neuter/Animal Hospital provides complete health care for all breeds and ages of dogs, cats and other pets. As your trusted veterinarian in Edmonton, we will become a partner in promoting your pet’s health and happiness. From wellness services to emergency care, we take time to ensure you are fully informed and are part of any decision about your pet’s treatment. We even help with nutrition plans for all kinds of pets.

You can always depend that when you bring your dog or cat to our vet in Edmonton, we will treat them like the beloved member of your family that they are. Our entire staff is dedicated to compassionate care and personal attention to put both you and your pet at ease during every visit.

Why Choose Our Animal Hospital in Edmonton?

Our team’s constant goal is to treat your dog or cat as if they were our own. The West Edmonton Spay & Neuter/ Animal Hospital staff is warm and friendly, well-experienced in keeping dogs and cats calm and focused during their vet visits. We are animal lovers ourselves and know how important the health and wellbeing of your pet is to you. Our team knows that taking care of your pet goes beyond the pet clinic. Through up to date news and vet tips on our blog, our animal hospital in Edmonton helps keep you informed about the latest in pet health. See why our customers choose us by reading a few testimonials.

The Importance of Spaying or Neutering Your Pets

There are many benefits to having your pet spayed or neutered. When you spay or neuter your Edmonton pet, you help control pet homelessness in the area. Spaying and neutering also provides health and behavioural benefits for your cat or dog. Spaying your female pet, for example, helps prevent breast tumors and uterine infections and gives them a better chance of living a longer, healthier life. Neutered male pets avoid testicular cancer and some prostate issues. The behavioural benefit of spaying or neutering includes better-behaved male pets, keeps male dogs from roaming away from home, and prevents female pets from going into heat. Set up an appointment with our spay and neuter Edmonton clinic today.

We can’t wait to meet your dog or cat and help you safeguard his or her health. Schedule an appointment for your pet today!

Pet Food in Edmonton

Come visit our clinic today to browse our range of dog and cat food! We’ve recently expanded our inventory, meaning we have even more delectable diet blends for the discerning dog or cat in your life. A healthy, balanced diet is one of the best steps you can take to ensure your pet is active for years to come.

Sebastian Anton
Edmonton Veterinarian | West Edmonton Animal Hospital | (780) 489-3203

6023- 199 Street
Edmonton, Alberta T6M 0M8

Meet Our Skilled Team

Learn Who We Are

  • Dr.
    Mioara Anton

    Dr. Mioara Anton grew up in Romania. At a young age, she chose to be a veterinarian. Her love of animals drove her to achieve her dream. She graduated from veterinary school in 1991 and practiced for 14 years. After arriving in Canada in 2006, she was volunteering and working in the veterinary field at clinics in Edmonton, including the Edmonton Humane Society. She is enjoying all aspects of veterinary medicine with a special interest in surgery and dentistry. Mioara loves caring for families’ furry friends and helping improve their lives. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, being a plant hobbyist and spending time with her family, pets and friends.


Office Hours

Main Office


7:30 AM-6:00 PM


7:30 AM-6:00 PM


7:30 AM-6:00 PM


7:30 AM-6:00 PM


7:30 AM-6:00 PM


8:30 AM-4:30 PM




  • "Had my 6mo old Samoyed pup spayed there last week and the staff was awesome. Great followup, very clean/small incision that hasn't given her any discomfort. Nice little clinic."
    JJ Roth
  • "I am so thankful I found this vet clinic. I have a cat who is normally the sweetest thing, until we take her to the vet... then she transforms into a yowling, spitting, peeing, crazy demon cat. I felt so bad and embarrassed and they assured me it was fine, and they still care for my cat. I will be a lifelong client of this clinic, they are beyond helpful and super professional."
    Allison S.
  • "Amazing customer service. Very friendly."
    Staphanie T.

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