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Welcome to Hamptons Animal Hospital / Spay & Neuter Centre
Your Trusted Veterinarian in Edmonton

Welcome to Hamptons Animal Hospital/ Spay & Neuter Centre, where our veterinarian in Edmonton provides skilled, compassionate care to your beloved pet. Whether your pet is due for a routine wellness exam, needs updated vaccinations, is experiencing symptoms of a medical condition, or anything in between—you can count on us to help. We serve Edmonton, Spruce Grove, Stony Plain, and the surrounding areas in keeping those four-legged family members happy and healthy.

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More About Our Practice

When you bring your pet into our office, you'll immediately see that we go out of our way to create a friendly, welcoming environment. We're also all animal lovers, so we'll always treat your pet like he or she is one of our own! Check out our testimonials page to find out more about why our clients love us!

Our Services Offered

We are a full-range animal hospital, so we can provide just about any medical service you can imagine for your pet. Preventative and routine veterinary care is one of the most common services our Veterinarian in Edmonton provides, and this includes wellness exams, vaccinations, and flea/tick/parasite prevention programs. We also offer dental care for dogs and cats, such as routine exams and cleanings, as well as more involved procedures like dental extractions.

Another service we offer is diagnosis, treatment, and management of any number of diseases and medical conditions. If your pet is displaying any problematic symptoms, we can run the necessary diagnostics (including blood work) to determine an accurate diagnosis. From there, we have access to state-of-the-art resources and medicine to help treat and manage your pet's condition.

This is just a sampling of some of our most popular services. Some additional services we provide include:

  • end-of-life care
  • emergency care
  • nutritional counseling
  • microchipping and tattooing

Is Your Pet Spayed or Neutered?

Of course, we would be remiss to not mention our spay and neuter services, as this is a procedure we are major proponents of. By spaying or neutering your pet, you can do your part to control the already out-of-control pet population. This, in turn, may help free up space in animal shelters and result in fewer homeless pets. Not to mention, spaying or neutering your pet provides a number of health and behavioral benefits.

For starters, pets that are spayed or neutered are less likely to develop certain types of cancers—particularly cancers related to the reproductive system. Furthermore, pets that are spayed or neutered tend to have better overall temperaments and are less likely to try to run away from home. With all of these benefits in mind, what do you have to lose by having your pet spayed or neutered? We can perform this procedure in our office and, in most cases pets can be returned home same-day.

Schedule Your Pet's Appointment With Our Veterinarian in Edmonton Today!

Schedule an appointment with our Veterinarian in Edmonton today! Give Hamptons Animal Hospital/ Spay & Neuter Centre a call at (780) 489-3203 to get started!

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Dr. Mioara Anton
Edmonton Veterinarian | Hamptons Animal Hospital / Spay & Neuter Centre | (780) 489-3203

Fax Number: 780-489-3298

6023- 199 Street
Edmonton, Alberta T6M 0M8

Meet Our Skilled Team

Learn Who We Are

  • Dr.
    Mioara Anton
    DVM

    Dr. Mioara Anton grew up in Romania. At a young age, she chose to be a veterinarian. Her love of animals drove her to achieve her dream. She graduated from veterinary school in 1991 and practiced for 14 years. After arriving in Canada in 2006, she was volunteering and working in the veterinary field at clinics in Edmonton, including the Edmonton Humane Society. She is enjoying all aspects of veterinary medicine with a special interest in surgery and dentistry. Mioara loves caring for families’ furry friends and helping improve their lives. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, being a plant hobbyist and spending time with her family, pets and friends.

Location

Office Hours

Main Office

Monday:

7:30 AM-6:00 PM

Tuesday:

7:30 AM-6:00 PM

Wednesday:

7:30 AM-6:00 PM

Thursday:

7:30 AM-6:00 PM

Friday:

7:30 AM-6:00 PM

Saturday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

Testimonials

  • "Had my 6mo old Samoyed pup spayed there last week and the staff was awesome. Great followup, very clean/small incision that hasn't given her any discomfort. Nice little clinic."
    JJ Roth
  • "I am so thankful I found this vet clinic. I have a cat who is normally the sweetest thing, until we take her to the vet... then she transforms into a yowling, spitting, peeing, crazy demon cat. I felt so bad and embarrassed and they assured me it was fine, and they still care for my cat. I will be a lifelong client of this clinic, they are beyond helpful and super professional."
    Allison S.
  • "Amazing customer service. Very friendly."
    Staphanie T.

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