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Community Events

Tours and School Visits
A veterinarian with kids during a clinic tour of Westbridge Veterinary Hospital
Our staff and veterinarians offer to provide tours of the clinic. We have toured Brownies, Sparks and Scouts, other veterinarians and members of the Mississauga and surrounding community.

A veterinarian showing an image of a dog to a group of sitting children
We also do visit schools in the Brampton and Mississauga, and discuss Bite Prevention Programs.

Yearly Open House
A dog jumping over a hurdle
Our yearly Open House event is filled with fun activities, educational stations, live demonstrations and hands-on exercises. There is something for every family member, including our four legged ones.

Dr. Rosamund greeting a guest at a Westbridge Veterinary Hospital open house
Dr. Rosamund is seen greeting a guest to our open house.

Dr. Buller doing a demonstration of a full physical examination
Dr.Buller is doing a demonstration of a full physical examination our mystery case of the exhibit.

A dog jumping over a hurdle
This year at our Open House, we helped raise money for the FARLEY Foundation. This fund assists families on Social Assistance who are in need of veterinary services for their pets. We also raised money for the Lion’s Club Guide Dog Foundation, and enjoyed a marvelous agility demonstrations from Campaign Obedience located in Georgetown.

Dr. Hylands talking to visitors about the use of ultrasound
Each room within the hospital was set up with demonstrations, and someone to answer questions on specific topics. Here, Dr Hylands explains to visitors the use of ultrasound in the work up of our mystery case. All in all it was a colourful and enjoyable day.

Westbridge Veterinary Hospital staff and friends after Mississauga Humane Society walk-a-thon
Some of our staff members and aspiring friends after walking a for worthy cause helping the Mississauga Humane Society (fall 2009).

Other Events
Westbridge Veterinary Hospital staff volunteering at a local park and standing by a booth
Our doctors and staff volunteering their time and energy to be involved with the Region of Peel’s water management safety issues in one of our local leash free dog parks (summer 09).


Dog thinking about ticks and fleas

Year-round protection means more peace of mind!

“Tick season” used to mean spring/summer/fall, with a break over the winter – the colder weather meant that we could take a break from worrying about these pesky bugs and the diseases they can transmit. But in the last few years, we’ve seen a change creeping up on us, with the weather staying warm later into the season, and spring arriving earlier each year – and the bugs are loving it!

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