Welcome to Sage Creek Animal Hospital, Serving St. Vital, Winnipeg, Sage Creek, and Surrounding Areas

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We won't claim to love your pets as much as you do--but we just might come close! Every veterinarian at Sage Creek Animal Hospital considers his or her job more than just a job--it's the center of a fulfilling lifestyle that revolves around your pets!

With three veterinarians, three veterinarian assistants, and two registered veterinary technologists, we're able to give you and your pet a maximum of personal attention with a minimum of waiting time. You'll find both doctors and staff to be friendly, warm, and genuinely concerned about your furry friend, whether that friend is a cat, dog, rabbit, ferret, or "pocket pet".


Meet Our Three Veterinarians

Dr. Ray Aslani has been working to better the lives of pets for many years--and he loves his job just as much as he did the day he first started. Helping animal companions is a fulfilling part of his lifestyle, day after day. Dr. Aslani is affectionately known as "Dr. Ray" by his staff and most patients. He is also the owner and operator of Sage Creek Animal Hospital.

Dr. Pat Napier grew up in Winnipeg with a number of different pets. A practicing veterinarian since 1998, she and her three children care for a variety of pets at home: three horses, two dogs, and seven wonderful cats!

Dr. Danielle Friesen is a native of St. Vital, her love of animals with a passion for science, Dr. Friesen specializes in dental care and chronic disease management. Her pets include a Husky mix, a cat, and a special-needs Dachshund mix.

More Than Just an Exam for Your Pet

For most of us, pets are like members of the family. Everyone at Sage Creek Animal Hospital understands that. That's why we treat your pet like we would any other family member.

Whether your pet is sick, has been in an accident, or simply needs a yearly exam, our number one priority is to provide the best in wellness care for your pet. 

Services we offer include:

  • Emergency and Urgent Care
  • Wellness Care 
  • Vaccinations
  • Microchipping 
  • Digital Radiology 
  • General Surgery 
  • Orthopedic Surgery 
  • Reproductive Services
  • Euthanasia 
  • Laboratory 
  • Allergies & Dermatology 
  • Nutrition & Weight Management 
  • Behavioral Counseling 
  • Cardiology 
  • Dental Care
  • Chemotherapy & Cancer Treatments
  • Critical Care

If your pet needs care you don't see on this list, or if you're not entirely sure what your pet needs, please give us a call at (204) 255-1150.

Welcome to Sage Creek Animal Hospital

Get In Touch with a Caring Veterinarian in Winnipeg

 If you're in an emergency or tough situation, you can call us or swing on by. If you have more time, you're welcome to call and schedule an appointment, or even just stop by and get a feel for our facility. We're located at 102-50 Sage Creek Blvd., Winnipeg, MB R3X OJ6. Or, you can call us at (204) 255-1150.

Meet Our Skilled Team

Learn Who We Are

  • Dr. Ray Aslani
    Owner / Veterinarian

    For Dr. Ray Aslani, working to better the lives of pets as a veterinarian is more than just a job. It’s a fulfilling way of life that he continues to enjoy on a daily basis—helping the area’s families by treating their animal companions is simply what he loves to do! Dr. Aslani is the proud owner and operator of Sage Creek Animal Hospital.

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  • Dr. Pat Napier
    Veterinarian

    Dr. Pat Napier grew up in Winnipeg, where her parents always welcomed her many pets into the house and supported her love of horses from a young age. She’s always been fascinated by the world of animal care, and her passion simply never wavered. For Dr. Napier, helping pets and the people who care for them through the power of veterinary medicine is simply the perfect path!

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  • Dr. Danielle Friesen
    Veterinarian

    Dr. Danielle Friesen is a native of St. Vital, where growing up alongside the beloved family dogs made a permanent impression. For her, being able to pair her passion for the sciences and her lifelong love of pets is a dream come true! Dr. Friesen became a veterinarian so that she could use her skill set to better the lives of others—both four- and two-legged—every single day, and she’s thrilled to do just that here at Sage Creek Animal Hospital.

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  • Kayla Noel
    Practice Manager and Registered Veterinary Technologist

    Kayla grew up with a Sheltie named Sunny, and it was the countless hours playing with and caring for him that first inspired her to help pets. She has always felt a natural inclination to fix things that were broken, and as she got older, her interests in anatomy and physiology started to blossom. For Kayla, caring for pets professionally in the veterinary field was simply the only choice that made sense!

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  • Melissa Hemminger
    Registered Veterinary Technologist

    Both of Melissa’s parents worked in the human healthcare field, so she’s been interested in the medical sciences ever since her earliest days. Coupled with a lifelong adoration for the earth’s creatures, a career in the veterinary world simply made sense! Melissa is proud to help pets live happier, healthier lives on a daily basis as a Registered Veterinary.

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  • Lisa Simmonds
    Registered Veterinary Technologist

    For as long as she can remember, Lisa had been around animals. When she moved away from home and was unable to have a pet, she realized how much she missed being around animals. It was then that she discovered her career path as a veterinary technician. 


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  • Fatin Azman
    Veterinarian Assistant

    As a child, Fatin had always dreamed of interacting with the natural world in one way or another, whether she was a marine biologist or a farm owner. A career in veterinary medicine simply made sense—it allows her to spend her days caring for others while satisfying her passions for nature and science at the same time! Fatin is a proud member of Sage Creek Animal Hospital’s Veterinary Assistant team.

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  • Jennifer Ritchot
    Veterinarian Assistant

    Jenny’s love for working with animals began when she was young. Her parents would foster young kittens, sometimes as young as 1 day old, until they were old enough to be adopted and she would help wherever she could. This often-involved bottle feeding and lots of kitten cuddles! 

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  • Emma Stewart
    Veterinarian Assistant

    Working as a veterinary assistant was something that Emma had always felt that she would excel at. She loves working with both the clients and the patients. Emma loves that she is learning new things everyday about how to keep your pet happy and healthy. 

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  • Fisher Chaput
    Veterinarian Assistant

    Starting from a young age, Fisher had always been around animals. His parents and family taught him that animals have feelings. This helped to foster a love of animals and caring for them. During a vet visit with his dog, he was able to help comfort his dog while a technician was talking blood. Seeing what the technicians do and how they care for the animals that they treat helped to reinforce his desire to a part of the veterinary medicine field. 

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Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

8:00 am-6:30 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-6:30 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-6:30 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-6:30 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-6:30 pm

Saturday:

9:00 am-4:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

Testimonials

Read What Our Clients Say

  • "We have a large stubborn dog, but Dr. Napier was very patient with him. She provided us with some great information to make an informed decision towards our dogs’ health."
    P. Robson / June 4, 2018
  • "Lucky went in to get groomed and came out looking amazing. He’s a cocker spaniel mix and they did an amazing job on his tail and ears! It’s the best he’s ever been groomed in his 7 years of life!!"
    C. Hriech / May 30, 2018
  • "Wonderful, caring, professional with great service. My anxious dog has never felt so comfortable at a vet clinic. Highly recommended!"
    A. Lambert / April 1, 2018

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