Southland Crossing, Unit 415 -9737 Macleod Trail SW  •   Calgary, Alberta, T2J 0P6   •   Phone: 403-278-5533

Welcome to Wild Rose Cat Clinic!

WRCC is owned by Dr. Liz Ruelle, a Diplomate of the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners in Feline Medicine - Alberta's first (and currently only) feline specialist.

We are a full service veterinary facility dedicated to the health and well being of Calgary’s cat population. We are proud to offer the quality of medicine expected from a veterinarian of this calliber in the context of a general veterinary practice.

We understand that cats have unique needs when it comes to their medical requirements. Not only is it challenging simply getting your cat to the doctor’s office but they can easily mask disease in the early stages.

Although we emphasize preventive medicine through annual and semi-annual check-ups, nutritional counseling, tailored vaccine programs, dental care, and weight management, rest assured that we will be there for you, and your cat, in times of accident and illness.

To read more about our approach to feline medicine, please click here

Doctor's Corner:

Dr Liz


(across the street)

To better meet the medical needs of our purrfect patients and clients, we have moved to:


Southland Crossing shopping complex on the west side of Southland and Mcleod

Unit 415 -9737 Macleod Trail SW


Upcoming events:

2016 is year of the mouth!

Healthy cats have healthy mouths. Apart from the bad breath, dental disease affects the whole body.

For more information on dental health and what we are doing to celebrate healthy teeth in 2016, please call the clinic today at 403 278 5533.

We are open for appointments Monday to Saturday. New Patients are always welcome!

Case of the Month

Cat medicine can be shrouded in mystery - you drop your cat off and we whisk them away to the back for treatment. Have you ever wondered what goes on in some of our more complicated medical cases? Case of the Month is to share with you some of our unique cases while providing insight into what being a cat doctor is really about.

Click here to read more