In response to recent COVID-19 concerns, we are writing to assure our clients that we are taking recommended precautions.
We are currently open for business with normal operating hours amid the COVID-19 pandemic. As a hospital we already have strict disinfecting/cleaning protocols in place, but we have increased our efforts during this time. Keeping our clients, patients, and staff healthy is our top priority.
We are offering concierge service during this time- we are asking clients to remain in their vehicles, and we will greet you at the vehicle to retrieve your pet for treatment. We will keep in touch with you by phone for treatment plans, updates, questions, etc. We do ask if you are sick with possible COVID-19 symptoms, have been diagnosed with COVID-19, have been exposed to anyone with symptoms, or are under quarantine that you have someone else transport your pet if at all possible (or call the office to discuss options).
There is not evidence that pets can spread COVID-19 to people, or that they might be a source of infection. Please see this link for more information.
Are you considering adding another furry companion to your family? If so, have you thought about how your new pet will interact with your current ones? Introducing a new pet into the family is always exciting, but it’s important to make sure that the pets you already have are prepared for the new addition.
Are you concerned that your child's allergies may mean that you will have to give up your pet? Although rehoming a pet may be necessary if allergies are severe, most children can live with pets if you are willing to make a few changes.
About three in 10 people who have allergies are allergic
Many of the same health problems that affect us, including hearing loss, also affect our pets. Fortunately, most pets adapt very well to the disability with a little help from their owners.
What Causes Hearing Loss in Pets?
Some pets are born deaf or hard of hearing, while others develop hearing loss