Welcome to Okotoks Veterinary Clinic
Your Veterinarian in Okotoks Alberta
Call us at 403-995-9700

We share the same goal – ensuring your animal companion is healthy, happy & well groomed.

Okotoks Veterinary Clinic opened in the Southbank Business Park (opposite Costco and east of Cimarron) in March of 2013.

Okotoks Veterinary Clinic provides Okotoks and surrounding areas with expert care for dogs and cats.

Our clinic is open 6 days a week.

For comprehenive information regarding your pet, see Veterinary Partner Website.

Welcome Video by Dr. Mark


Hear From Happy Pet Owners

  • "Best vet clinic ever! Great staff and awesome doctors!"
    Lindsay G.
  • "Such a wonderful group of people! Very professional and compassionate! I had the pleasure of volunteering here and loved every moment! They were very understanding and taught me so much! HIGHLY recommend!"
    Shalayne R.
  • "Friendly, knowledgable and informative staff. Dr. Mark is wonderful. My dog has never been healthier."
    Carly T.

Meet the Veterinarians

  • Dr.
    Mark Rubensohn
    DVM. BVSc.

    Dr. Mark Rubensohn DVM comes to us from Calgary where he has worked for the past 20 years. He has done postgraduate studies in Medicine. He also has extensive Surgical, Emergency, Oncology, and Obstetrical experience. Dr. Rubensohn has been practicing Alternative Veterinary Medicine for over 15 years practicing Veterinary Acupuncture, utilizing Herbal Remedies and Nutritional Management.

  • Dr.
    Tony Gerrow

    Dr. Tony Gerrow DVM was born and raised on a dairy farm in Ontario, but always wanted the mountains of Alberta in his backyard. A graduate of the University of Guelph and the Ontario Veterinary College, Tony graduated with an Honours B.Sc. in Microbiology, with Honours, in 1974, then completed his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine with Honours in 1979. He has lived in Alberta since his graduation, starting practice in an advanced equine hospital in Edmonton. Tony then went on to partnership in two companion animal hospitals in Edmonton. Moving to Calgary in 1995, he built Shawnessy Pet Hospital, south Calgary’s first 24/7 AAHA certified companion animal practice, and Southtrail Pet Hospital. Tony’s medical interests include soft tissue and orthopedic surgery, wildlife medicine, and veterinary team management. Outside of the hospitals, Tony’s time is spent in the mountains with his horses, on the rivers with his fly rod, backpacking, and painting and travelling. A kind and compassionate doctor, you will find the Dr. Gerrow will meet and exceed all of your animals needs during your next visit to the clinic. We are happy to have Dr. Gerrow as the newest member of our team.

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