Alpine Animal Hospital
10 H Keenleyside Street
Winnipeg, MB R2L 2B9

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Supporting Our Clients

Here at Alpine Animal Hospital we appreciate our clients just as much as our patients. We will be honoring Michael Kleiman. Michael and his wife Nancy are a wonderful pet owners with a home full of fluffy critters. Micheal is the 2019 Ironman Curling Honouree Please take the time to read Micheal’s incredible story and […]


Golden Years Packages

Our senior pets are always a favourite around the clinic. We have cared for many of these pets since they were puppies and kittens. We want them to be healthy and a part of your family for as long as possible. Routine blood work is one way we can help with that. With technological advances, […]


Alpine’s 7th Annual Pug Rescue Picnic Extravaganza 2019

7th Annual Manitoba Pug Rescue Fundraising BBQ! The Annual Fundraising BBQ is a one day event Alpine Animal Hospital puts on each year to help raise money towards medical bills, in support of Manitoba Pug Rescue. We will be in the parking lot in front of the clinic selling hotdogs, chips and drinks. There is a […]


Spay or Neuter Your Pets

Spaying and neutering pets not only has positive health effects on the individual animal, but it benefits the entire pet population.


Senior Wellness

As pets age, their body chemistries change and their healthcare needs do too. Learn more about how to care for your senior pet. Here at Alpine Animal Hospital we offer what is called Golden Years Packages. These packages are reserved for our senior PETS (over age 7) and are comprised of an examination, blood work […]


Pets Need Exercise Too!

Exercise keeps pets healthy and happy! An active pet is less likely to be obese and develop health issues. Just like with ourselves, a decent amount of physical activity each week helps keep us strong and healthy, that is the same for our furry friends. Keeping your pet at a healthy weight can decrease the […]


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