We’re happy to serve Regina and surrounding areas.
Our goal at the Animal Clinic of Regina is to provide the very best veterinary care for your pets. Our doctors and hospital staff strive to continue their education so they can bring you the highest quality care available. We also want you and your pets to feel comfortable while in our office.
Our philosophy is to care for all pets as if they were ours. To us, this means that we’re going to give them the same love, attention, and care as though we were their owner. We are a team of animal lovers, and we give our patients the attention and care they deserve.
We are also here for you! We know that being a pet owner can sometimes be challenging and scary. We want to give your pets the lives they deserve, and we know the best way to do that is to help you.
Feel free to call us at (306) 525-5244. We can answer any questions you may have.
We welcome new clients, so please come visit us!
We look forward to meeting you! Since we are a walk-in clinic, all you have to do is come down when it’s convenient for you (during our open hours, of course!). Our friendly receptionists will ask you for you and your pet’s personal information (address, phone number, etc.). If you have health records from a previous veterinary clinic, bring those, too, so we can scan them into our computer systems.
While you wait to see one of our veterinarians, you can enjoy a complimentary coffee or tea and log in to our free wifi, or, if you’d rather, you can watch tv until it is your turn to see the vet.
We know your time is valuable, so we do our best to see you as quickly as possible, but some days it can be a long wait due to emergencies and other unforeseen circumstances. We invite you to call ahead to check anticipated wait times if your time is limited.
The Animal Clinic of Regina was established in 1952 by the late Dr. Harold Hunter. Our building, at the corner of Garnet St. and Saskatchewan Dr., has been a distinctive Regina landmark since it was built by the Regina Trading Company in 1924. The building housed horses for delivery work, excavation, and pleasure riding up until the mid 1960s.
Major renovations to begin the 1970s coincided with a shift to “small animal practice only.” While the appearance of the building and the practice’s focus has changed, Dr. Hunter’s original emphasis on service has not. Our walk-in philosophy and seven-days-a-week hours are a reflection of that. Our goal is to provide you and your pet with the best veterinary care and most convenient and prompt service possible.