We are proud to announce that we are now offering embryo implantation service. We have embryo in stock to implant in your cows or we can implant your own embryo. Call day for more information or to book an appointment.

The present Covid-19 situation is changing the way producers will get the latest information in the dairy industry. As most of you know, our annual Producer meeting had to be cancelled, as well as all the “Dairy Days” and other seminars and conferences that dairy farmers rely on to keep up to date with information. Our role as veterinarians, as well as taking care of your animals, is to help ensure the continuation and integrity of the dairy food supply chain. This puts us in the unique role of being able to share up to date information with our clients when we are doing our farm visits.

Every two weeks (beginning next week), we will present information sheets on topics reviewing or introducing new pertinent management information. The level of knowledge on farms has greatly progressed over the years and the format in our newsletters has been to present information on a general level. The opportunity to discuss this information in detail and to specifically gear this to the particular farm we are visiting, is a very efficient way to educate. Most of this transfer of information will occur at the same time we are completing the veterinary care we were called to do, bringing added value to each veterinary visit.


As an important part of the success of your dairy operation, we will further structure this extension of information and commit to keeping our clients up to date on the latest developments in the industry. There will be added focus on the health and welfare of the animals in food animal operations. The initial series will concentrate on the lameness and comfort aspects that are evaluated in the Cattle Animal Health Assessments. Herd health is more than just pregnancy checking. We have seen some herds that have tried to replace herd visits with DHI pregnancy tests. Unfortunately, this has shown them an increase of days in milk and several aspects of management, especially the replacement rearing, has deteriorated.

There will be preventive and treatment protocols expanded upon for diseases of concern. These will be customised to the particular challenges that are specific to individual farms. Should you have any specific problems that require more immediate attention consultations can be done to address the issue in a more timely manner. Also, any suggestions for topics of interest are welcomed because it is very likely of concern your fellow producers as well.


As we all know, news regarding the Covid-19 pandemic is rapidly changing. With this in mind, Embrun Veterinary Services would like to make clear what our policies are at this time. We are trying to minimise public contact and keep our vets and staff healthy so we can continue to serve you. Embrun Veterinary Services would like to assure our clients that none of the vets nor staff have travelled in the last two weeks. So far we are all healthy and symptom free.

  1. If you require medication – WE WILL DROP IT OFF TO YOU AT NO CHARGE (AS USUAL). Please call or text the office (not the veterinarians) with your order as early in the day as possible and we will get it to you. Text office: 613-917-9621 or call: 613-443-5489
  2. If you feel you absolutely must come to the office, please call beforehand, it will be ready when you arrive.
  3. For farm visits – we will be asking you if anyone has been travelling and returned home within the last two weeks and where they have travelled to. You may be asked to identify the sick animal and not be present when the vet is there. It will be decided case by case. WE WANT TO TAKE CARE OF YOUR ANIMALS – but we also have to be socially responsible and take care of ourselves as well. Be assured, we are all washing and disinfecting everything we touch!

As indicated by the email sent yesterday, the Producer Day has been cancelled and will be planned when everything returns to normal. If there are any questions or suggestions, please let us know. We are all in this together, and together we will overcome all obstacles thrown in our path!

Embrun Veterinary Services would like to inform you of what we are doing to lessen the impact of Covid-19 in our community. With much regret, we have taken the decision to cancel our Producer Meeting. It will be rescheduled when the current health crisis has passed.

The offices in Embrun and Casselman are open and we have and will continually be disinfecting and cleaning the premises. With both you and our staff’s welfare in mind, we are suggesting you call us for medication drop offs. As per our policy, there is no charge for this drop off service. We ask that you call as early as possible to have the same day service. If you decide to come to the clinic for one reason or another, we will be disinfecting as necessary in an attempt to “flatten the curve” of this fast spreading disease.

Please know that you, your families, and your animal’s welfare are our chief concern. If you have any questions, please call us 613-443-5489. We are here to help you through this crisis. There are better times ahead.

Office Hours


Mon-Fri 7:30am-4:00pm
Saturday 8:00am-12:00pm
Emergencies 24hr/24hr


Mon-Fri 8:00am to 4:00pm
Saturday- Sunday: Closed
Emergencies 24hr/24hr



593 Notre-Dame
Embrun Ontario
K0A 1W1


100 Laflèche Boulevard
Casselman Ontario
K0A 1M0

Contact Information

[email protected]
P 613-443-5489
F 613-443-6364
Emergencies 613-443-5489