Whistler Animals Galore (WAG) is hosting their final Mount Currie Animal Wellness Clinic of the year this weekend.

The animal shelter’s clinics serve low-income Mount Currie residents, and provide low-cost vet care to those in need, hosted at the local Tribal Police Office.

For $25 the public can have their dog receive a one-on-one exam, vaccinations, parasite control, low cost spay/neuter voucher and a bag of food. Clinics are for dogs only, however, if you have questions about cat health or spay and neuter surgeries, shelter staff will be on hand to answer questions.

The final clinic of the year is Saturday October 28th between 10am – noon. Strays and surrenders will also be accepted on site. You can find more details here.


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