Your cat may be independent and sassy, but it relies on you to make sure it’s getting the care it needs to stay healthy. Rolling Plains Veterinary Corporation. is here to provide you with the best in preventive pet medications, emergency treatments and pet supplies for your cat.
Our mission is to help you prevent chronic feline illnesses from affecting your cat’s health—and if conditions do arise, we use state-of-the-art equipment and training to quickly diagnose them. Our range of care capabilities for cats is expansive, and we’re here to be your primary vet throughout your cat’s entire life.
Our caring and knowledgeable staff would love to set up an appointment for your furry friend.
A lot of cats do not like going to the vet. It can be a stressful time for them, with the car ride and being at the clinic, hearing and smelling all the other animals. That does not have to be the case. Get your cat used to car rides at a young age. Take them your cat somewhere for fun or just a ride around the block. Do not always associate car rides with going to the vet clinic. Leave their kennel out for them to play in, leave their favorite toy or blanket in the kennel or place some treats in the kennel for them to find.
If you think your cat still will have trouble at the clinic, schedule a Cat Only visit with us. Let our front staff know that they should book the cat in when no dogs are scheduled to be around. We cannot stop an emergency or the dogs from barking in the kennel room, but we can certainly decrease some of the stressors your cat may be experiencing.
Products and Services
We offer a wide range of products for your cat; including food and treats, feline pheromones, pharmaceuticals and nutriceuticals. We also offer pet microchipping!
Our main goal is to provide our patients in Saint Claude, Rathwell, Haywood, and Manitoba, MB with the best possible pet medications and surgical care. Whether in clinic, at home or referred to a specialist, our focus is the health and well being of your pet. From first kitten vaccinations, spays or neuters, routine wellness visits, and senior pet examinations, right through to end of life care, we believe that early detection and preventative pet medications will allow your pet to live a long and healthy life.
With the help of ultrasound, digital x-ray and video endoscopy, we can diagnose your cat’s illness quickly. Our team has access to our in-clinic blood equipment for diagnostic or pre-anesthetic bloodwork. Our Registered Veterinary Technologists are able to perform a urinalysis or fecal exams, and Feline Leukemia or Feline Immunodeficiency Virus tests. The clinic also has access to the local provincial laboratory for any additional tests.
End of life is never an easy time for a pet owner. It is also difficult on our team, especially when we have seen your pet since their kittenhood. Your pet becomes part of our lives too. We try to make this process as easy as possible for you. We offer in-clinic or at-home euthanasia, and we have options for a communal or private cremation. Contact us at St. Claude Veterinary Clinic today!