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January 2024

Accolades and Nominations!

Happy New Year! There is much to celebrate with the start of the new year. We have been named Canadian Choice Award 2024 winner for Veterinarians in Orillia! What an incredible achievement!

We are also blessed to be named finalists in the Orillia Today Reader's Choice Awards in the categories of Veterinarian, Animal Hospital and Veterinary Services! Please show us your support and vote for Dr. Poon, Dr. Hauer, Dr. Molnar and the Mariposa Vet team below:






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We thank you for your continued support and love, because we love what we do!

June/July 2023

Ticks and Parasite Prevention!

Ticks and the diseases they carry have been an emerging concern over the last several years. As the temperatures reach above 0℃, you can be sure that ticks are becoming active and are hungry for a meal! Ticks are unsightly and can be difficult to find on your pet, but most importantly, they can transmit bacteria that cause serious health concerns, such as Lyme disease.

Check out tick activity in Orillia and/or your area here: Tick Map 


Be prepared! We recommend all pets (dogs and cats that go outdoors) be on a veterinary-approved tick preventative starting in June, and continuing year-round. We would be happy to recommend a product that is right for your pet, and easy for you to administer throughout the season. 


Request your heartworm, flea, and tick prevention medication online here


Book your heartworm and Lyme screening test online here


For more tips and information, please visit or get in touch with one of our team members.


Stay safe!

Emergency pet hospitals see a 372% increase in emergency visits every Christmas Eve over other days of the year, and that’s just the pets who got into the holiday chocolate! That figure doesn’t include the pets who scarfed dough ornaments, slurped Christmas tree water, or got into a turf war with Grandma’s poodle under the table at Christmas dinner. But they all boil down to two things - Being naughty and getting into things.

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October 3, 2022

Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease (RHDV) vaccine is now available!

After a long importation process, we are please to be able to offer the RHDV vaccine for rabbits at our hospital!


Please contact us if you are interested in having your rabbit(s) vaccinated. Once registered and a vaccine is available, one of our team members will reach out to you to book a vaccination appointment.

You can reach us by phone at (705) 327-5311 or by email at 

Rabbit hemorrhagic disease (RHD) is a sudden, highly contagious and fatal viral disease of rabbits. RHD affects rabbits of the Oryctolagus cuniculus species, including wild and domestic European rabbits, from which our own domestic rabbits are descended. 


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