Dr. Wendy McClelland, DVM

Mobile Vet

Cochrane | Calgary | Airdrie
Dr Wendy grew up on a farm in Southern Alberta surrounded by animals. Her pets were members of the family and she was always drawn to taking care of them. Her earliest memory of wanting to be a vet was at just 8 years old.

Her dream came true when she received her certification as Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Saskatoon in 2002. At first, she practiced in a mixed animal clinic in her hometown of Pincher Creek, Alberta. In 2011 Wendy and her family settled in Cochrane.

Wendy began exploring alternatives to the traditional vet clinic when she found that many pets were not comfortable in that setting. Her heart went out to the scared kitties, the seniors that had trouble getting up the stairs, the critters that preferred not to be near other pets, and those that just did not care for car rides.

Dr. Wendy has been doing house calls since 2009. With over 10 years of experience doing vet visits in home, she continues to be passionate about the care she provides.

Dr. Wendy has been featured in a number of publications and media outlets, including the Calgary Herald, CMT television, Corus Radio Network and was on the national television show, Pet heroes.

Today, Dr. Wendy still enjoys being surrounded by pets and has three wonderful kitties of her own: Sunny Seeds, Baddic, and Raven. You can trust Wendy to treat your pet as compassionately as she treats her own.

Dog's Veterinary Services

There is nothing like the smile on your dog’s face and the wag of his tail to welcome you home. Caring for your families’ best friend is our passion. Regular check-ups allow us to catch problems early and ensure the best care for your pooch- from puppy to senior.

Mobile Veterinary

  • Wellness And Annual Exams
  • Vaccinations
  • Diagnostic Testing
  • Home Euthanasia
  • VirtualExam
  • Quality Of Life Assessment
  • Nail Trim

Why House Calls?

  • No Travel Stress
  • Familiar Surroundings
  • Convenient For Multiple Pets Households
  • Fear Or Pet Aggressive Animals
  • Mobility Difficulties

Cat's Veterinary Services

We all know how much entertainment and love our feline friends can provide. Cats are tricky and very adept at hiding symptoms when they are not feeling well. For this reason, at home cat veterinary care is important as it allows us to exam them where they are most comfortable.