Full Circle Veterinary Alternatives offers a full range of diagnostic imaging: including digital radiography and ultrasound, in co-operation with our upstairs neighbours in the Petworks Animal Hospital.  Typical blood work analysis, urinalysis and fecal analysis are provided by our technicians.

As a holistic practice, we are interested in expanding our diagnostic capabilities in new ways. For instance, we offer Vitamin D testing to help identify and treat low levels associated with allergic skin disease, inflammatory bowel disease, chronic kidney disease and developing cancers.

We offer in-house titer testing for distemper, parvo and adenovirus for dogs.   We send samples to Kansas State University for Rabies titers.  Feline titers are currently sent to outside diagnostic laboratories.

I've been taking my cats to Full Circle for well over a decade, I have never been disappointed with the…

Bronwen Trim-macdonald

So nice to find a vet that genuinely cares about my dogs overall well being rather than over vaccinating or…

Stephanie Hayes

After a visit today for Blondie,a 13 year old malti/poddle,with Dr Fisher,I want to comment on this fine person and…

Barrie Macfarlane

Although this is a small hospital that outsources some diagnostic tests, my fuzzy family will always return here for care.…


Dr Bishop is calm, listens, and gives well reasoned advice. You can see both the good doctor and the supporting…

Mike Karklins


Dietary Optimization: Fats in Dog and Cat Diets

We all want our dog and/or cat to have shining fur, to be mentally bright and physically fit. We know that how we feed our furry family members has a huge impact on their health and well-being. We worry about protein levels to maintain muscles mass and to keep carbohydrate levels low for minimizing inflammation.  We make sure the calcium and phosphorus levels are puppy and kitten appropriate.  But do we pay enough attention to the fats in our pet foods?

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