ADOPTABLE PETS Click below to view: 

Kittens & Cats up for Adoption

Puppies & Dogs up for Adoption

How Our Pet Adoption Program Works:                       

We do our best try to find new, caring, forever homes for the pets that are brought into the animal shelter or are surrendered to us. All of the animals put up for adoption have had a thorough general physical examination by a veterinarian to ensure they are as healthy as possible. They are all properly and completely vaccinated, dewormed and treated for visible parasites. All adoptees have been spayed or neutered for population control and to prevent having more unwanted, abandoned animals in our community. Pets are tested and assessed for behavioral conditions to prevent problems and decrease unacceptable safety risks. It is still very important to properly re-home new pets and slowly introduce them to your home. The adoption fee covers everything and is simply to help recover some of our costs. We need your support and help to keep the shelter operating.

ADOPTION FEES:   Cats:    Males = $200   Females = $200
                                   Dogs:   Males = $350    Females = $350

This is a great link to The Ultimate Guide to Dog Adoption

Click here to view our Pet Adoptions Agreement form

– After selecting your pet, we require you to fill out the adoption agreement and pay the adoption fee.  After this is done your new family member will be ready for pick up in 24 hours.  This gives you time to ready your home for a new addition and gives us time to make sure that any paperwork and services required are complete.  If you change your mind in this 24 hour hold period your payment will be refunded to you.  Choosing a pet is a big decision for you and your family but it is also a big life change for your new pet.  Animals that are returned to the shelter due to poor planning and thought often are stressed and confused, which can make it harder for them to find another home.  If you choose to return a pet after adopting it from us, there will be a surrender fee as listed below.  If you need any help with helping your pet adjust to your home, please call us 780-352-7006 we are here to help you and your pet.

Before Adopting a Dog Click here for 10 Important Topics to Discuss 

SURRENDERING or RELINQUISHING your pet to our Shelter:
IF you have a pet that you need to relinquish and can’t find a new home for you can surrender them to our shelter for a fee:
Dogs intact and not vaccinated $270.
Cats not neutered/vaccinated $200. Neutered or spayed dog/puppy $135. Neutered or spayed cat/kitten $100.

PLEASE Phone 780-352-7006 first to see IF we have room to take in more pets.

Adopting an Older Pet They’re mellow. They’re house-trained. And they’re past the stage when they chew shoes. So why are older pets ignored at shelters?
“Puppies will always get adopted,” says Nuria Almeida, a volunteer at the Humane Society of Greater Miami. “It’s the older pets who have a tougher time.”
Older pets end up in shelters for many reasons, but the common misconception is that they’ve been given up because they’re problematic. The truth is this: Most animals in U.S. shelters were brought there for reasons completely unrelated to the animals themselves. People often adopt or purchase an animal on impulse and no longer want the responsibility. Or an owner may have died without making arrangements for the animal. A new baby, allergies, divorce or any change in income or lifestyle can all be reasons a perfectly healthy, happy animal ends up in a shelter. Would an older pet suit your family and lifestyle? Here are qualities to consider before answering that question.
Instant companion. Puppies and kittens require 24/7 care to break them in: think house-training, chewing and scratching, and sleepless nights. Older pets, on the other hand, already know the drill. Rather than use the newspaper for you know what, you can read it while your older companion sits by your side.
Mild moods. Older pets are calmer. They’ll still play with you, but they’ll do so more gently. Older dogs won’t tug on the leash or jump on strangers, and older cats are likely to keep off counters – and their claws off furniture. “Many shelters screen animals for specific temperaments and behaviors so you know exactly what you’re getting with an older pet,” Almeida says.
Kid-friendly. The workers at the shelter can tell you whether an older animal plays well with children, but they won’t know about puppies and kittens because these young animals have yet to be around kids. They may play too rough, especially with younger children.
Vet visits. Vet fees won’t necessarily be higher for older pets. Puppies and kittens need a series of shots and you may have to pay to have the animal spayed or neutered. By contrast, older pets typically require only biannual checkups. And if you’re considering a special-needs animal? The costs may be higher, but “shelters can provide a health evaluation so you can determine the financial commitment,” Almeida says.  from IAMS adopt a pet website
Multiplying rabbits Spay & neuter


I have been bringing my fur babies to the clinic since 1987!! I moved away from Wetaskiwin a couple years ago and I now drive in so my pets continue to go to your clinic. I will only board my big old Buddy dog there, nowhere else. I want to say thank you to all of you for taking such good care of my animals over the years and for taking care of us as well, especially when the hard decisions had to be made and we had to say goodbye. You all go above and beyond. What all of you do there is appreciated so much more then I can relay here. Thank you to all of you for doing what you do!

I am so happy to have found a veterinary clinic that offers such comprehensive care without pushing for expensive blood work or other tests when it isn’t called for. I’ve never felt pressured to do more than what is called for and I have never had a shock when I go to pay. The rates are reasonable and the care for my animals has been great.

I absolutely love this clinic. I live in the north side in Edmonton and drive to Wetaskiwin for the kindness and expertise. They are so helpful, be it for a routine check up or an emergency they always put my mind at ease. Thank you for what you do!!

We are always treated very well at your clinic. Everything is explained and we are encouraged to call back if there are any questions or problems. Shout out to all of the techs and veterinarians for their passion for treating our pets.

We highly recommend Dr. Fiona Kilpatrick, D.V.M. and her capable team at Wetaskiwin Animal Clinic to anyone who would like to have the very best care for their pet(s). We are so fortunate to have Fiona overseeing the health of Booker, our Shetland Sheepdog, who is a high-performance competitor as well as a pet therapy dog. Thank you for your conscientious approach to pet medicine.

Our dog had a lot of trouble with allergies in the past and it wasn’t until our family friend recommended us to Wetaskiwin Animal Clinic that we were able to find a treatment plan that worked. They provided us with information and worked to create a plan that we could afford. The staff always take their time with us and we have never felt overcharged. They have been able to fit us in on an emergency situation as well. We really appreciate everything they do.