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Welcome to Piper Creek Vet Clinic
Your Veterinarian in Red Deer County AB
Call us at (403) 346-8288

Pet Emergency? Call us right away at (403) 346-8288!

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We are very glad to have you visit us. Located on the south east side of Red Deer, Piper Creek Vet Clinic is here for you and your family. We understand it's a very busy world we all live in, we want you to know that we do our best to have your appointment be on time. It is true that sometimes we have emergencies that come and it can sometimes throw our schedule off - we will communicate with you and let you know what to expect.

At Piper Creek Vet Clinic, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.

Red Deer County Veterinarian | Piper Creek Vet Clinic | (403) 346-8288

100 166 Clearview Dr.
Red Deer County, AB T4E-0A1


  • Dr.
    Craig Kosheluk

    Dr. Craig Kosheluk is married with 2 children. He hails from Saskatchewan but has spent several years in New Zealand as a small animal practitioner and government vet.

  • Dr.
    Mike Kosheluk

    Dr. Mike Kosheluk graduated from the WCVM in Saskatoon in 2011.

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  • Dr.
    Greg Linnell

    Serving the community of Red Deer for 15 years as a small animal clinician.

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  • Krista Stannard

    Krista grew up near Spruce Grove eventually settling in Sylvan Lake with her husband Todd and daughters Ashlyn and Gina. She graduated NAIT and has over 15 years of animal health experience. Krista spends her free time with her family and 2 french bulldogs camping, quading and boating.

  • Amber Levy

    Amber graduated from the Animal Health Technology program at the Nova Scotia Agricultural College in 1997. She moved to Alberta with her husband Kyle and daughter Sydney in 2007. They share their home with 2 cats and 3 dogs. Her free time is spent training her dogs and competing in rally and competitive obedience trials.

  • Jade Rogers

    Jade was born in Saskatchewan and has lived in Red Deer since 2000. She lives with her fiancé Blair and their fur babies Duke and Marbles. Jade has worked at Piper Creek Veterinary Clinic since 2009.

  • Kirsten Livingstone

    Kirsten graduated from the Medical Office Assistant Program in 2016.

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Hours of Operation

Piper Creek Vet Clinic Hours


7:30 am-5:30 pm


7:30 am-5:30 pm


7:30 am-5:30 pm


7:30 am-5:30 pm


7:30 am-5:30 pm


8:30 am-3:00 pm




  • "A well loved veterinary clinic in Red Deer.
    From a source:"They were able to book my puppy in her for her spay quickly and were very nice about it, they let me come in and pre-pay. Only place I'll take my puppy.""
  • "They were the only place in Red Deer that offered the surgery my dog needed which was awesome since I didn't have to go to Edmonton or Calgary."
    Sydney F.

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