Morden Veterinary Clinic

Morden Veterinary Clinic Proudly providing Companion, Exotic and Large Animal Veterinary Services to the Morden and surrounding communities The Morden Veterinary Clinic has been providing animal care services to the Morden and surrounding areas since the 1950s.
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Our priority is to provide compassionate and exceptional medicine to all species and a welcoming atmosphere to all who we meet either in clinic or on-farm/house. In conjunction with our 4 other satellite locations, we have established an amazing team of veterinarians, animal health technologists and support staff who value the animal experience and strive to provide the most current medicine. We work closely with many community organizations such as the Morden and Area Community Pound, Feral Feline Fetchers and the Pembina Valley Humane Society to help our stray population find homes or receive medical care. Give us a call at 204-822-4333 to find out more or come for a tour.

Operating as usual

02/03/2021
Beef Cattle Research Council

Here’s everyone’s yearly reminder from Dr. Kerri Rae to not hang newborn calves upside down/over fences when stimulating them to breathe! The fluid you see is coming from the stomach (not the lungs) and this position puts pressure on the diaphragm, actually making it harder for the lungs to inflate. See the attached video for vet approved methods of stimulating calves to breathe.

Calving is a natural process, and most cows will give birth to a healthy calf without issues. However, there are times when things go wrong and you need to know how to save a baby calf. This new video demonstrates effective techniques that can save a newborn calf. http://www.beefresearch.ca/blog/calf-911-new-video-demonstrates-effective-calf-resuscitation-strategies/

We will be open Thursday, December 31st from 8am to 3pm, then closed January 1st. We will re-open Saturday, January 2nd ...
12/31/2020

We will be open Thursday, December 31st from 8am to 3pm, then closed January 1st. We will re-open Saturday, January 2nd from 9am to 5:30pm. Our emergency line is 204-822-4333.

More than ever before, wishing you and yours better days in 2021!

We will be closing at 1pm tomorrow for Christmas Eve, and will remain closed until Monday, December 28th. For emergency ...
12/23/2020

We will be closing at 1pm tomorrow for Christmas Eve, and will remain closed until Monday, December 28th. For emergency services, call 204-822-4333.
Wishing you all a safe and Merry Christmas!

We will be closed tomorrow, November 11, for Remembrance Day. If you have an emergency, call 204-822-4333 and listen to ...
11/10/2020

We will be closed tomorrow, November 11, for Remembrance Day. If you have an emergency, call 204-822-4333 and listen to the message to be directed to the vet on call.

Here are our office hours for this holiday weekend:Saturday, Oct 10: 9am-5:30pmSunday, Oct 11: CLOSED (as per usual)Mond...
10/09/2020

Here are our office hours for this holiday weekend:
Saturday, Oct 10: 9am-5:30pm
Sunday, Oct 11: CLOSED (as per usual)
Monday, Oct 12: CLOSED
In the case of an emergency, call 204-822-4333.
Have a wonderful weekend!

We will be closed Wednesday, July 1st. If you require emergency veterinary services, call 204-822-4333. Keep yourselves ...
06/30/2020

We will be closed Wednesday, July 1st. If you require emergency veterinary services, call 204-822-4333. Keep yourselves and your animals hydrated and as cool as possible, and have a Happy Canada Day! 🇨🇦

Victoria Day Weekend Hours:Saturday, May 16: 9am-5:30pmSunday, May 17: ClosedMonday, May 18: ClosedIf you require veteri...
05/15/2020

Victoria Day Weekend Hours:
Saturday, May 16: 9am-5:30pm
Sunday, May 17: Closed
Monday, May 18: Closed
If you require veterinary assistance this weekend, call 204-822-4333.
Hope you have a fantastic May Long!

04/09/2020
We want to assure our clients that we are still committed to providing excellent veterinary care in a safe environment. ...
03/20/2020

We want to assure our clients that we are still committed to providing excellent veterinary care in a safe environment. We have made some changes for your safety and the well-being of our employees, so please continue reading for ways to help us in this endeavor:

1. If you need veterinary supplies or assistance and you or your household members
a) have traveled outside the province within the past 14 days OR
b) have a fever or respiratory symptoms
Please call or email the clinic for further instructions, and we will assist you any way we can.

2. We are trying to control the number of people in our clinic at one time. If you arrive at the clinic and the door is locked, we have reached our maximum capacity in the building. Please wait outside or in your vehicle and we will help you as soon as we have finished serving the customers before you.

3. We ask that no more than 2 people accompany a pet to an appointment.

4. If you need supplies, medication or food, you may call or email us and pay in advance to minimize traffic in clinic, and we will tell you where the supplies will be for pick up.

5. Due to the above, we are experiencing a high volume of calls. We are doing our best to respond promptly and provide you with the service you deserve, but ask for your patience should you be put on hold or hear our answering machine. Feel free to email us or call us back at your convenience.

6. We will try to keep you informed as much as possible, but circumstances may change at a moment's notice. We value your support and appreciate your understanding as we help each other through this.

Phone #: 204-822-4333
Fax #: 204-822-4708
Email: [email protected]

The Morden Veterinary Team

03/18/2020
03/14/2020
Winnipeg Humane Society

Winnipeg Humane Society

"Can my pet get sick from COVID-19?" "If I have to isolate, can I stay with my pets?" Our WHS CEO Javier Schwersensky and Head of Veterinary Services Dr. Gina Bowen are answering your top two FAQs about COVID-19 and your pets on this Friday, March 13th.

Did your pet snarf up something they shouldn’t have? If yes, is it potentially harmful? This website is a helpful resour...
03/06/2020
Animal Poison Control

Did your pet snarf up something they shouldn’t have? If yes, is it potentially harmful? This website is a helpful resource if you ever find yourself asking this question. Download the app to have critical information at your fingertips when you need it. If the substance was toxic, call us immediately. The earlier the treatment, the greater the chance for a positive outcome.

Call the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center at (888) 426-4435. Did your pet eat chocolate, xylitol, or another potentially poisonous substance?

We are closed for Louis Riel Day today. Stay warm! If you have an animal related emergency, call 204-822-4333.
02/16/2020

We are closed for Louis Riel Day today. Stay warm! If you have an animal related emergency, call 204-822-4333.

The human animal bond is a wonderful thing, and it is said that our pets love us best. Happy Valentine’s Day to all of y...
02/14/2020

The human animal bond is a wonderful thing, and it is said that our pets love us best. Happy Valentine’s Day to all of you and your fur babies!

Continuing education plays an important role in veterinary medicine. Keeping up with medical advancements and changing c...
02/06/2020

Continuing education plays an important role in veterinary medicine. Keeping up with medical advancements and changing client needs is mandatory to maintain an active licence. A big source of this knowledge is happening this weekend at the annual veterinary conference in Winnipeg. We hope that the veterinarians and veterinary technicians that attend will come back with a fresh look at their profession! #neverstoplearning #toserveyoubetter

We will be open Tuesday, December 31 from 8 AM to 3 PM, then closed New Years Day. We provide after-hours services in th...
12/31/2019

We will be open Tuesday, December 31 from 8 AM to 3 PM, then closed New Years Day.
We provide after-hours services in the event of small or large animal-related emergencies, and we can be reached by calling 204-822-4333.
Best wishes for you all in 2020!

Happy Holidays from all of us! We hope your Christmas is merry and bright. Should an emergency arise outside of office h...
12/23/2019

Happy Holidays from all of us! We hope your Christmas is merry and bright. Should an emergency arise outside of office hours, call 204-822-4333 and listen to the prompts to reach the on-call veterinarian.

12/18/2019

Are you all ready for Christmas? Just a reminder to check your food and medication supplies to make sure you have enough to get you through the holidays. #whiskerwednesday #oneweektillchristmas

It’s that time of year again! We are collecting food, supplies and monetary donations for the Pembina Valley Humane Soci...
12/03/2019

It’s that time of year again! We are collecting food, supplies and monetary donations for the Pembina Valley Humane Society. Help us make this a Season Fur Everyone!

Getting ahead on your Christmas shopping? Don’t forget about your fur babies! We have a limited selection of holiday-the...
11/25/2019

Getting ahead on your Christmas shopping? Don’t forget about your fur babies! We have a limited selection of holiday-themed toys in stock now. Stop by November 29th for our Black Friday Toy Sale - one day only!

The Winkler Veterinary Clinic is hosting Pet Photos with Santa on Saturday, November 30th!  Contact the Pembina Valley H...
11/18/2019

The Winkler Veterinary Clinic is hosting Pet Photos with Santa on Saturday, November 30th! Contact the Pembina Valley Humane Society for more info (details below).

Register now...spaces are limited! Photos are by donation to the Pembina Valley Humane Society. https://bit.ly/2NIMjpt

We will be closed tomorrow for Remembrance Day. If you have an animal-related emergency, call our office at 204-822-4333...
11/10/2019

We will be closed tomorrow for Remembrance Day. If you have an animal-related emergency, call our office at 204-822-4333 and you will be directed to the veterinarian on call.

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11/04/2019

Morden Veterinary Clinic's cover photo

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11/02/2019

Morden Veterinary Clinic

Halloween Pet Safety Tips:1.  Keep your kids' Halloween "stash" well out of your dog's reach.Ingested in large enough qu...
10/28/2019

Halloween Pet Safety Tips:
1. Keep your kids' Halloween "stash" well out of your dog's reach.
Ingested in large enough quantities, chocolate can cause severe neurological and heart problems in dogs. Xylitol, a sweetener found in some candies and sugar-free gum, can be toxic to canines.
2. Be mindful of your pets’ peace of mind.
The flurry of activity and sudden change in routine can be stressful for your pet, who may exhibit fear-aggression, hide, or try to run away in response to all that commotion.
3. Ensure each one of your pets has identification.
On Halloween night, your front door is likely to be opened and closed more times than you care to count, and your four-legged friends may try to run out the door to escape or join the excitement.
4. If you decide to dress up your pet, choose a safe costume.
Make sure any costume you're considering: a) allows your pet to move freely and naturally, b) stays in place without being tight to the point of impeding circulation or breathing, and c) does not have any parts that can be easily removed and/or swallowed.

Happy Thanksgiving everyone! We hope you are enjoying some of the blessings we take for granted: heat, running water and...
10/14/2019

Happy Thanksgiving everyone! We hope you are enjoying some of the blessings we take for granted: heat, running water and electricity to name a few! If you have an animal-related emergency, call us at 204-822-4333, and we will be back to business as usual tomorrow.

10/09/2019
October is "RVT Month" Across Canada

October is the month that we celebrate our Registered Veterinary Technicians. Jordan, Taryn and Shelley: thank you for all you do! #ThankanRVT #RVTMonth

TURN UP THE VOLUME!! (Music provided by Karaoke Version and Tency Music (www.karaoke-version.com and www.tencymusic.com) This October, join us in recognizing...

Morden Veterinary Clinic's cover photo
10/09/2019

Morden Veterinary Clinic's cover photo

Morden Veterinary Clinic
10/09/2019

Morden Veterinary Clinic

Today is World Rabies Day. This disease remains a problem in North America, though there are fewer cases. Did you know t...
09/28/2019

Today is World Rabies Day. This disease remains a problem in North America, though there are fewer cases. Did you know that cats are more likely to be infected by wildlife encounters than dogs? We encourage all dogs, cats and horses to be vaccinated to eliminate the threat to other animals and humans. #worldrabiesday2019

In most parts of Canada, the at-risk period for fleas is typically from May to October, with peak flea activity occurrin...
09/09/2019

In most parts of Canada, the at-risk period for fleas is typically from May to October, with peak flea activity occurring from early August to early October. Talk to us about flea and tick control to protect your pets this fall.

08/16/2019
Environmental Enrichment

Turning mealtime into a game is a great way to help prevent weight gain and enrich the lives of your pets. Get creative this weekend!

Environmental enrichment is directly correlated with feline weight management. Strategic feeding tactics and fun ways to engage the entire family play a role...

We hope you are all staying cool and safe this long weekend. Though we are closed today, if you require immediate veteri...
08/05/2019

We hope you are all staying cool and safe this long weekend. Though we are closed today, if you require immediate veterinary services, a doctor can be reached by calling 204-822-4333. Listen to the prompts for small and large animal emergencies.
Thank you, and enjoy your day!
🌞💦⛱

Fruit in the summer is such a treat, and  can be for your dog as well. Just remember anything can have the potential to ...
07/18/2019

Fruit in the summer is such a treat, and can be for your dog as well. Just remember anything can have the potential to cause stomach upset when introduced for the first time, so start small. As with any treat, moderation is key! Here is a list of “good” and “bad” fruits:

Safe and not safe summer fruits for dogs!

How do you feel about hot summer days: 👍😎or 👎🥵? When the temperature rises, your pets’ welfare could be at risk. This li...
07/11/2019

How do you feel about hot summer days:
👍😎or 👎🥵?

When the temperature rises, your pets’ welfare could be at risk. This link contains helpful information about heatstroke: signs, treatment and prevention.

https://www.mvma.ca/sites/default/files/u522/Heatstroke%20-%20Animal%20Facts%20-%202017.pdf

Address

333 Mountain St S
Morden, MB
R6M1A7

Opening Hours

Monday 08:00 - 18:00
Tuesday 08:00 - 18:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 18:00
Thursday 08:00 - 18:00
Friday 08:00 - 18:00
Saturday 09:00 - 17:30

Telephone

12048224333

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Inquiring specifically regarding the white colie that was spray painted.....
Do you have an email account I could send an inquiry to you?
Bentley's "I just got stitches" look (or a retired grandpa in Florida wearing his leisure suit). Whichever.
Anyone is the Winkler or surrounding area missing their dog. Male Husky found wandering near Eden Health Center around 1:00pm Sunday. He is very tame, fixed and well groomed. My husband has brought him to our house in Winkler for safe keeping. Please share this post as I also have a husky and would be devastated if he was missing. No tags or tattoos that we can see but wearing a black collar. Please PM me or call my husband at 204-362-8988. We would love to find his home.
Maggie Landreville’s pearly whites got even pearlier ~ nice shiny, clean teeth and no extractions! My leading lady is 10 and a 1/2 years young and going strong! 💗🐾 Thankyou Morden VetClinic for your professional and caring service 😘
Would you please take a minute and check out "Sea Chest Ventures". They are a Canadian west coast company that makes a dried sardine cat and dog treat. Completely natural and not overly expensive. I would love to be able to buy them locally. Thanks
I don't know where to report lost and found animals, but if someone is missing 2 Husky's, they are around the corner of Road 31 west and 15 north this morning.