As we strive to keep our staff and clients safe during this unprecedented time, we are limiting the reception area to one household at a time. When you arrive at the clinic for your appointment please call reception if you have any questions about clinic entry.
We require that masks are worn while in the clinic. If you do not have one, we can provide you one. If you cannot wear a mask or if you prefer, we offer curbside service – just call reception when you arrive.
Thank you for your cooperation.
About City Park Vet
The team at City Park Vet had the vision to create a comfortable space that accommodates the schedules and lifestyles of busy pet owners. They have also focused on building a strong, empowered, and cohesive health care team. We believe that by focusing on our staff’s mental health and job satisfaction, we can provide the best service to you and your furry family members.
Dr. Leo has practiced in a wide variety of clinics, from mixed practice in rural Saskatchewan to busy emergency practice in urban Australia. These diverse experiences have helped to inform the development of City Park Vets by integrating what has worked in the past and improving what hasn’t.
We ask that only one person come in with their pet for their appointment and that you remain in your vehicle and call the clinic when you arrive. We will ask a series of questions to ensure you have not been traveling, have not been diagnosed with COVID-19, have not been in contact with anyone diagnosed with COVID-19, and are not exhibiting any signs of COVID-19 such as fever, cough, loss of senses, aches or stomach upset. We require you to wear a mask that covers your nose and mouth for the duration of your visit.