Hospital Hours:

Monday - Thursday
8:00 am to 9:00 pm
8:00 am to 6:00 pm
8:30 am to 3:00 pm

Appointments are necessary.

880 McLeod Ave.
Winnipeg MB
R2G 2T7

Ph: (204) 661-3334
Fax: (204) 661-0979

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McLeod Veterinary Hospital's newly renovated reception area

McLeod Veterinary Hospital's newly renovated wait area

Notice: We have recently extended our Monday to Thursday hours until 9:00 pm!


to McLeod Veterinary Hospital. McLeod Veterinary Hospital was established in 1982, in Winnipeg Manitoba, by Dr. Bob Newfield. Since that time, our facility has been continually evolving to provide you with the most up to date equipment and techniques. As our patients cannot speak for themselves, client/doctor communication is essential. The purpose of this website is to enable our clients to familiarize themselves with our services and policies. Our mission at McLeod Veterinary Hospital is to provide the best possible health care in a professional and compassionate manner.

Customer Testimonials

I have been going to Mcleod for 12 years and every time I go it feels like I am greeted and treated like family. I believe Dr. Newfield to be the best vet in the city and I trust him and his staff with all my heart.

I was extremely worried about my dog and they got me in within an hour of my call no problems. They clearly care deeply about the animals.

I love McLeod Veterinary Hospital. I recommend them to everyone looking for a vet. They genuinely care about your beloved pet, and want to provide them with the best care possible.

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Dawn Piche - Behaviourist/Trainer

Dawn Piche is a behaviourist/trainer who started her own training company called K9 Kindergarten while serving the Canadian Armed forces in 1989. She established Canada’s Canine Academy once she returned to Winnipeg in 1997.

Dawn obtained the title of Certified Pet Dog Trainer in 2004, a certification which is recognized worldwide. Continuing education is required to maintain this certification status and is offered by top trainers and behaviourists from around the world. This ensures that trainers are able to offer their clients the most current and up to date training methods available.

Canada’s Canine Academy offers a multitude of services including puppy and obedience training, and Doggy Daycare. Dawn is able to work with dogs who suffer from behavioural issues such as: aggression, anxiety, and separation anxiety. Private lessons are available on site or in home depending on preference and comfort level. A groomer is on site to take appointments and can provide your pet with necessary grooming needs.

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Lost Pet?

Have you ever wondered what you would do if your pet ever became lost? There are steps that you can take to increase the chance that your pet is returned to you.

  1. Contact your local pet shelters, animal services agency, and the humane society. Provide them with a detailed description of your pet, the area they were last seen, and any distinguishing markings they may have. This will give you the opportunity to provide current contact information in the event that it differs from the information on your pet’s identification tags.
  2. Visit the websites Winnipeg Lost Dog Alert, Winnipeg Lost Cat Alert, and Facebook. These are excellent tools to help find your lost friend. Getting your pet’s photo and information out in the community will keep the public on the lookout.
  3. Make large, colorful, eye-catching signs and put them up in areas surrounding where your pet was last seen. Adding a photo to the signs will allow people to identify color patterns or markings specific to your pet. Ask local veterinary hospitals and shelters if you can post your sign in their office.

If your pet normally wears a collar, be sure their identification tags are always on it. Rabies tags, microchip tags, and license tags are great ways to help your pet find their way home.

Tattoos are usually one of the first things people will search for on a lost animal. Tattoos are usually given at the time of spay or neuter and are located on the inner hairless surface of the ear. They do however tend to fade and become more difficult to read over time.

Microchips are rice-sized transponders implanted under the skin between the shoulder blades and are easily scanned using a special microchip scanner. Microchips provide a permanent form of identification, and are a great back-up in the event that your pet’s collar and tags fall off. As with all identification, your address and contact information must always be kept current to provide the best chance for a safe return.

Never give up hope. There have been animals lost for months that have been reunited with their pets.

Have you ever struggled with the cost of veterinary care for your pet?

Health coverage for pets is important at any age and can become increasingly important as your pet ages. Unfortunately, it is a common misconception that insurance companies do not offer coverage for aging pets. Following a thorough health examination, your pet may be eligible for a complimentary trial, which offers coverage excluding pre-existing conditions. You then have the freedom to decide on affordable coverage for your pets and the ability to choose options within your budget.

Imagine having the financial freedom to pursue the diagnostics and treatment necessary if your pet ever became sick or injured.

Have you ever wished you could access your pet’s medical history from the comfort of your home?...Now you can with ‘Petly’!

Petly will allow you to:

  • Access your pet’s health information
    • Indicates when your pet had their last vaccines
    • Indicates when your pet’s next vaccines are due
    • Provides a list of previous services and medical procedures
  • Request appointments
  • Request prescription food and medication refills
  • Stay informed
    • Access updated, informative articles by veterinary experts
    • Access updated information and events from McLeod’s Facebook feed
  • Personalize your pet’s page by uploading your favorite photo of them

It’s easy to join! Just call McLeod Veterinary Hospital and provide your email address. You will receive an email prompting you to set up your new Petly account.

See your pet on Petly

McLeod Veterinary Hospital now offers a loyalty rewards card!

These points quickly accumulate if you buy your pet’s food at our hospital!

Accumulate points on purchases of food, medications and all other services and products. These points quickly add up to cash off purchases on all services and products.

500 points=$15.00 off

1000 points=$30.00 off

Ask about our Vicinity reward card!

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We also offer gift certificates. Do you have friends or family that may appreciate a gift certificate from McLeod Veterinary Hospital? We can offer any monetary value you wish. Just call us or ask the next time you are in for a visit!

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