Ontario’s clinics, pet groomers resume services

The province began its first phase of reopening on May 16

This article has been updated.

Regular veterinary appointments, animal grooming, and pet training are set to resume in Ontario on May 16 as part of the province’s first stage of reopening amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Additionally, businesses that board animals (e.g. stables) may now permit boarders to visit, care for, or ride their animal.

“During the last several weeks, the people of Ontario have been called on to make incredible sacrifices to help us stop the spread of COVID-19, including staying home from work, closing down businesses, and going without a regular paycheque,” says Premier Doug Ford. “However, we are reopening even more of our businesses beginning this long weekend. We are taking a cautious, balanced approach to our economic reopening, to protect the health and safety of everyone.”

The provincial government has provided safety guidance documents on its website to assist reopening businesses. To access them, click here.

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