Highly trained vets and technologists
to care for your pet.
Surgery, diagnostic imaging and laboratory work all in one place!
Many of our vets also see rabbits, guinea pigs and reptiles.
Spruce Grove Veterinary Clinic has been providing care for animals in the Edmonton area since 1975. Beginning as a mixed animal practice with one small animal veterinarian and one large animal veterinarian, Spruce Grove Veterinary Clinic has evolved into a 100% small animal practice with 9 doctors supported by registered veterinary technicians, receptionists and office and kennel staff.
We offer general small animal medical and dental care as well as many surgical and orthopedic procedures.
In hospital laboratory
Fully stocked pet food selection
5 South Ave
Spruce Grove, AB
We are here to accommodate you and your pet’s health needs, just give us a call or send us an email!.appointment
9 doctors supported by highly trained and motivated animal health technologists, receptionists and kennel staff. All are dedicated to your pets needs.
We see a variety of patients, not just dogs and cats!
We offer extended evening hours on Tuesday and Thursday. Additionally we are open Saturdays for your convenience.
We carry a variety of prescription pet food, as well as supplements, toys, and much more to help your pet stay happy and healthy
Adrien was among the first graduating class of the University of Calgary Veterinary Medicine in 2012. She first worked emergency before moving to Spruce Grove in 2013.
She and her husband bought the clinic in 2020 and is honored to be working with such a great team.
She lives with her husband, two step sons, two dogs and two cats.
Dr. Christie Gingras graduated from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine, Saskatoon in 2000. She has been practicing at the Spruce Grove Veterinary Clinic nearly 21 years.
She has a special interest in ophthalmology, internal medicine, dentistry, and soft tissue surgery. She has served on the board of the Animal Cancer Therapy Subsidization Society (ACTSS) and is presently on the board of the Edmonton Association of Small Animal Veterinarians (EASAV).
She shares 2 teenagers with her husband, as well as a golden doodle named Ruby, orange tabby named Melvin and a guinea pig named Strawberry.
In her leisure time she enjoys camping, hiking, skiing, travelling and watching soccer games.
Dr. Renate Pfeifer grew up on a farm not far from Spruce Grove where she developed her appreciation of nature. She was drawn to veterinary medicine because of her love of animals. She graduated from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in 2003. Prior to that she earned a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Alberta. Upon graduating, Dr. Pfeifer worked at a small animal practice in Saskatchewan for three years before returning to Alberta to be closer to family. She has enjoyed working for the Spruce Grove Veterinary Clinic since 2007.
Outside of work, she likes reading, knitting, and spending time with her husband, two children, a dog, four cats, a gecko, and many fish.
Dr. Cathy Saker graduated from UCVM in Saskatoon in 2003 and has been practicing at Spruce Grove Veterinary Clinic since 2009. She shares her home with her husband, an avid outdoorsman, 2 active teenage daughters, a golden retriever, 3 cats and 3 horses on an acreage north of Spruce Grove.
Dr. Cheryl Lewis graduated from WCVM in 1997, and joined Spruce Grove Vet in 2004. Currently she is the vice-president of the Edmonton Association of Small Animal Veterinarians. She is also a member of AAFP (American Association of Feline Practitioners) and has completed their cat friendly certificate program. Cheryl is an avid gardener, and the proud pet parent of 3 cats, 19 fish and a hamster. In her spare time, she loves reading, snorkeling, travelling, photography and is a supporter of wetland conservation.
Dr. Elizabeth Maloney was born in California, but spent most of her childhood in Calgary, Alberta where she grew up surrounded by animals. After moving to Ontario, Liz completed her Bachelor's degree in Agriculture Sciences at the University of Guelph. She then completed a 1-year Master's degree in equine reproduction prior to starting her DVM at the Ontario Veterinary College. During her time at the OVC, Liz worked in multiple departments of the referral hospital, and received her DVM degree in the spring of 2020. Since graduating, Liz has been gaining experience working with all kinds of animals, and is now focusing on small animal medicine. Some of her special interests include multimodal pain management, radiology, and rehabilitation! Liz is a pawrent to one (very) high energy rescue dog named Chilly, and a sassy calico cat named Cali. In her spare time Liz enjoys horseback riding and exploring the mountains with her pup!
Dr. Hanna obtained his DVM degree from the Suez Canal University, Egypt back in 2003. Following his graduation he worked in veterinary field for six years, then in 2008 he obtained a diploma in Animal Microbiology. In 2011 he decided to move to Canada and attended a program for foreign trained veterinarians offered in Edmonton. The following year he volunteered at the Edmonton Humane Society and had an amazing experience practicing his medicine and surgery. Come 2015, he had the opportunity to work in busy emergency hospital in southern alberta for many years. Dr. Hanna has a special interest in orthopedic surgery and was certified to perform TPLO (tibial plateau leveling osteotomy) procedures in 2021. We are so lucky to have him here and his biggest fields of interest and skills are in Surgery and ultrasound. If you catch him on a day off, you will find him enjoying his leisure time reading, traveling, and spending as much time as he can with his beautiful wife and two young daughters. Dr. Hanna is happily accepting new clients.