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Meet the Artist

Much of our art in the hospital comes from Lisa Whitehouse!


She was born and raised in Winnipeg, Manitoba and spent her childhood enjoying the outdoors, camping, exploring and learning about animals. Her love of wildlife is evident in her art and her fun, bright and creative style brings to life the movement, personality and beauty of nature.

Lisa started working with watercolors in 2015 when she made the decision to stay home and raise her kids. What began as a hobby, quickly turned into a passion. Her entrepreneurial spirit and desire to share her work has turned Whitehouse Art into what it is today.

Lisa's work can be seen in homes and businesses around the world.
 

Find out more about her here:

https://youtu.be/nm1fZItbKk4

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Does your pet not like the
'cone of shame'?

 

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Try a surgery suit or an inflatable collar!

Bring in your alternative choice on the day of surgery and we'll be happy to put it on before discharge

Gateway Veterinary Surgery

We are so happy to be working with Dr Wardlaw, Dr Kimberlin and all of the staff at Gateway Veterinary Surgery to provide concierge surgeries tailored to your pets orthopedic and soft tissue needs! 

The BEST part is that you and your pet won't have to go to a new or strange space because the team comes into our hospital on an 'as needed' basis. The rechecks after surgery are also done here and send to GVS for review. Many of the staff at GVS are also Low Stress Handling or Free Free Certified making it an even smoother procedure for your pet.

Check out their website for more info:
https://gatewayvetsurgery.com/

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Loosing a Pet

When a pet dies, it can be hard on everyone but especially if there are children in the family. Below are some easily found books that can help with the process.

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A Rainbow Bridge for Gus is our Hospital Managers, Holly, favorite! Bonus that it's written by a local resident, Barb Rigabar!

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