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Visit this low-cost clinic sponsored by Dr. F. Walker on Saturday, October 25, 2014 from 10 a.m.-1 p.m.

Services available (CASH ONLY):

  • Rabies vaccination (3 year): $30
  • Microchip: $30
  • Nail clipping: $5

Location:

  • Premier Equipment, Ospringe (Southeast corner of Highway 124 & 125) [map]

Questions?

Please remember to keep your dogs on a leash and your cats in a carrier. Bring a canned good in support of the EWCS Food Drive for a chance to win a prize!

CheckBeforeYouChoose.ca now includes public health inspection results from “personal services settings” such as salons, spas, and tattoo and piercing studios. Check Before You Choose wordmark

You can search the site based on location (municipality), name of the establishment, or whether or not infractions (violations) are noted.

Learn more about Public Health’s role in inspecting food establishments and personal services settings.

If you're a woman between the ages of 21 and 69 who is (or ever has been) sexually active, you should get screened for cervical cancer every three years. 

Three generations of women

Cervical cancer can be caught early through a Pap test.

Book an appointment with your healthcare provider or a Public Health clinic. To find out more, call 1-800-265-7293.

For more information:

If you’re 12 weeks pregnant or more, you can sign up for prenatal classes starting this November and finishing before the holiday season.

Spots are available in Fergus, Mount Forest, Orangeville, and Guelph. Classes run on two Saturdays or six weekday evenings (7-9 p.m.). To register, call 1-800-265-7293 or register online.

Fergus:

  • Saturdays (November 1 and 8)

Mount Forest: Saturdays (November 22 and 29)

Orangeville:

  • Saturdays (November 29 and December 6)

Guelph:

  • Tuesdays starting November 4
  • Thursdays starting November 6
  • Saturdays (November 15 and 22)

Learn more about our in-person and online prenatal classes, or see a full schedule of available in-person classes

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