Dr. Stacey Henderson


Dr. Stacey was born and raised in Calgary, Alberta, but has lived in multiple provinces across Canada. With a passion for the sciences, biology, and animals, she first completed undergraduate studies in marine biology and oceanography at Dalhousie University in Halifax, NS in 2012 before moving back to Alberta. Ultimately her interests led her to veterinary medicine, and she completed her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) degree in 2020 from the University of Calgary Faculty of Veterinary Medicine (UCVM).

Dr. Stacey works primarily with small animals (cat/dog) and the occasional small exotic. Her goal as a veterinarian is to get to know you (because who knows an animal better than their owner?) and your furry or fluffy loved one, preventing the preventable, treating the treatable, and guiding you through whatever difficult decisions may come your way through your pet’s life. Dr. Stacey also has a special interest in working with geriatric and palliative patients, and would be honoured to work with you in ensuring your pet is as comfortable and pain-free as possible in their golden years.

When she is not at work, she is spending time with her own little zoo of animals, including two cats, Beats and Raven (pictured), and her rescue pup, Madelaine, as well as her partner. She loves to get outside to hike, road bike, and cross-country ski.


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Last updated: February 28, 2022.

Dear valued clients,

We appreciate your patience and understanding while navigating these past 2 years together. We are pleased to announce our new appointment protocols effective Monday February 28, 2022.

We are now allowing ONE pet parent per appointment to accompany their pet into the clinic for their veterinary appointment. If you would prefer a curbside appointment, please just let us know.

For appointments with our technicians (i.e. injections, suture removal, anal glands, etc.), we ask that you please pay attention to the clinic capacity and if necessary step outside for a few minutes to accommodate the flow of the clinic with capacity restrictions.

We ask that you follow these guidelines to ensure your visit is safe for yourselves, your pet, other clients and our staff:

  • Masks are required while in the clinic
  • If you are unable to wear a mask, we will happily continue to provide you with curbside services
  • Please continue to follow the social distancing guidelines of two meters distance between yourself and other clients or staff
  • ONE pet parent will be allowed inside the clinic for the appointments. If you have children with you, we ask that your appointment remains curbside as this will go past our 3 person limit in the clinic
  • We will allow up to a maximum of 3 clients in the clinic lobby at any one time

    We will continue to watch the guidelines posted from the Alberta government and will update our clients as needed if these protocols are to change.

    Thank you for your continued trust in us. - Your dedicated team at Edgemont Veterinary Clinic