Arborg 204‑376‑2797

Gimli 204‑642‑8398

Arborg Veterinary Hospital & Gimli Veterinary Services: 24-Hour Urgent Care

At Arborg Veterinary Hospital and Gimli Veterinary Services, our qualified team looks after the health and wellness of your pets and livestock. We offer 24-hour emergency treatment, making house calls and farm calls, so we'll be there when you and your pet really need it.


Gimli Veterinary Services

If your small pet is in need of complete veterinary services or has an emergency, Gimli Veterinary Services is equipped to help! We work with small animals and pets, providing the veterinary care they need to remain healthy and happy. Some of our services include:

  • Wellness exams
  • Vaccines
  • Elective surgeries
  • Emergent surgeries
  • 24 hour emergency services
  • Heartworm testing
  • Digital radiograph
  • Ultrasound
  • Complete in house laboratory
  • Micro chipping


For more information on testing and prevention, call our clinic today!

Arborg Veterinary Hospital

Our Arborg Veterinary Hospital is equipped for both your large and small animals. We’re happy to provide veterinary care and emergency services to your pet, and have more than 20 years of experience providing services to your pets and farm animals. Some of our veterinary services include:

  • On farm
  • Portable digital radiograph
  • Portable ultrasound
  • Semen testing
  • Herd health
  • Lameness exams
  • Pregnancy checking
  • And much more, Call for your animals appointment today


For more information, call our veterinary clinic today!

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Did you know that heartworm can be transmitted to your dog via mosquitoes? Did you know that heartworm is completely preventable?


We serve the Interlake area. 

EIA and Your Herd

Large biting insects and contaminated needles are the most common sources of equine infectious anemia (EIA) infection.


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Arborg Veterinary Hospital: NW 14-22-2E, Box 339, Arborg, MB, R0C 0A0 | Phone: 204‑376‑2797  Fax: 204‑376‑2091 | arborgvh@mymts.net

Gimli Veterinary Services: 70 Center Street, Box 1725, Gimli, BM, R0C 1B0 | Phone: 204‑642‑8398  Fax: 204‑642‑9996 | lmtvet@mymts.net

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