September 20, 2015 12:11
"Sonny" is the official CPVS client greeter! He is always on duty, with a happy face and a wagging tail.
January 16, 2015 18:50
Recent Russian immigrant Gavr, and his Russian immigrant registration papers.
All images copyright Dr. Domoslai
January 11, 2015 17:19
Puppy shot by kids with a pellet gun!
Photo credit Dr. Domoslai
January 3, 2015 10:17
We are a small animal clinic located (140 - 105th Street East, Saskatoon 306-978-7278 option 1) in Sutherland right beside Playful Paws Pet Center, We are devoted to providing the best care to your pet as possible!!
Effective January 15 we will be open the following hours:
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 8 am - 4 pm
Saturday 9 am to 4 pm
We are now taking bookings via our rural location, 306-384-7676.
September 10, 2013 19:41
We are a full service veterinary clinic.
A nice surprise came in for a regular family checkup,
a very attentive Momma
her basket full of puppies!
Photo credit: Dr. Domoslai DVM
December 7, 2012 08:59
We removed 4 bots from 4 dogs this summer.
The dogs were brought in with odd swellings, this is what was removed!
September 24, 2012 06:15
Friday night, September 21, 2012 a 20 year horse in the Pike Lake area was chased by dogs, where in a complete lather it ploughed down an embankment and smashed its shoulder. When the owner arrived the friendly acreage dogs were taking turns biting the down horse. When I got there the horse was in severe distress. The horse was euthanized and police called to lay charges against the owners of the dogs.
August 1, 2012 17:14
Question: Greetings! Dave and Dawn recommended you. I have a 6 year-old American Bulldog who was diagnosed by a "drawer test" as having a torn cruciate ligament. The vet recommened TTA surgery. Is this the only option? I'm currently trying non-surgical recovery. He's been on restricted activity for 4-5 weeks so far. I found a website that highly recommends this approach. It seems it can in fact be successful. If surgery is necessary, is there a less intrusive, less expensive option? If so, what? I look forward to hearing from you!! Noah
Answer: Hi Noah. Surgury for a torn cruciate sometimes is the only option especially for a big brawny guy like an American Bulldog. Conservative approaches certainly can work and I sure wouldn’t hesitate to try and see if you see results. Either method is going to end up with some arthritis and a stiff knee so good luck. I like getting these dogs on glucosamine and condroitin as well as omega 3 fatty acids to help the knee and slow the onset of arthritis. By the way I had both my cruciates torn and one I had the surgery and the other I healed conservatively both are the same ten years later.
Dr. Harv Domoslai, DVM