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Arrowwood Animal Hospital

Your Veterinarian in Winnipeg, Manitoba
Call us at 204-334-9306
OPEN SATURDAYS 9:00 AM - 2:00PM
 

Pet Emergency? Call us right away at 204-334-9306!

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Welcome to our website! We are a full service pet hospital for dogs and cats located just inside the northeast perimeter. We welcome patients that need to be seen on an emergency basis as well as those that require routine medical, surgical, and dental care. Dr. Patricia Danko has many years of experience in treating serious conditions as well as providing regular preventative care.

At our website you will find information about our team, the services we offer and some resources that we hope will help you to keep your pets healthy and safe. We invite you to check out the Veterinary Topics videos and the Veterinary Partner Library and to subscribe to our newsletter.

We are pleased to serve the city of Winnipeg and surrounding communities of East St. Paul, Bird's Hill and Selkirk. Please feel free to contact us at 204-334-9306 or e-mail us at [email protected] and we will try to answer any questions you may have.

At Arrowwood Animal Hospital, we understand the special bond you share with your pet and are dedicated to becoming your partner in your pet's healthcare!

Dr. Patricia Danko
Winnipeg Veterinarian | Arrowwood Animal Hospital | 204-334-9306

Unit 1-925 Headmaster Row
Winnipeg, Manitoba R2G 4J4

New Client and Referral Programs


New clients receive a $15 credit at your first visit
and Receive a $15 credit for referring a new patient

Contact us today 

204-334-9306

to take advantage of this offer.

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Meet the Doctor

  • "I love being a veterinarian and I am dedicated to helping you to provide the very best possible medical care for your pets so that they may enjoy long, happy and healthy lives with you."
    - Dr. Patricia Danko, DVM / Winnipeg, Manitoba

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