|“||Over the years I have had many pets and I know how much
I loved each one and how important they were and are in my life.
I understand the fear that you have when your pet is sick and the
unique bond that each of my clients have with their pets. I pledge
to do my very best for your furry best friend. ”
Knowing that you can call someone who cares about your pet as much as you do... that's the peace of mind that each of Dr. A's clients receive.
Larry Adelman DVM is Dr.A
Dr. A graduated from The Western College of Veterinary Medicine in 1981. Dr. A has practiced in West Kildonan for many years, and is now Chief Veterinarian at Seven Oaks Veterinary Hospital.
Dr. A has a special interest and is a member of the International Academy of Veterinary Pain Management(IVAPM) and the American Association of Human-Animal Bond Veterinarians and has made a professional commitment to recognizing, preventing and managing pain in companion animals.
Dr. A's love of animals began at an early age. He has had 7 dogs, beginning with Max, the boxer and now, his velcro dog, Maggie a 3 year old Havanese. Of course we can't forget Venus, the Siamese that always made sure Dr. A's feet were never cold while he slept!
Dr. A's compassion is immediately apparent to those that see his warm, comforting interaction that he has with all his patients.
To see Dr. A in his clinic for a consultation or examination, please call:
Seven Oaks Veterinary Hospital
1830 Main St
Winnipeg, MB R2V 3H2
Dr. A is currently restricting his house call practice to end of life procedures. If your pet has been diagnosed and is suffering from a painful condition that cannot be controlled by medication, or is experiencing a rapidly reducing quality of life due to a chronic or life threatening illness, than euthanasia may be the best gift you can give your pet.
Dr. A. HouseCall specializes in making the process as private and comfortable as possible in your own home.
You may choose a quiet place in your home such as a favourite room or even somewhere quiet outdoors. If you have a cat or small dog, the procedure can often be done with your pet in your lap.
Care of Remains
In addition to in-home euthanasia, we can handle the care of remains after an animal passes.
You may choose a private cremation in which the ashes are returned to you or a communal cremation in which animals are cremated together and their ashes are spread on private property owned by the crematory.
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Call Seven Oaks Veterinary Hospital at (204) 334-7531 Dr. A's nurses will answer all your questions and coordinate an at-home visit.
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Appointments can be made by calling Seven Oaks Veterinary Hospital
Monday-Thursday - 8:00 am to 6:00 pm
Friday - 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Saturday - 9:00 am to 1:00 pm
If you have an emergency, Please call the animal emergency clinic listed below.
Southglen Veterinary Hospital
V-730 St. Anne Rd