What to expect curbside

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 We are operating a curbside clinic for vaccines, heartworm tests, feline leukemia tests, and parasite prevention. Please prepare to wait in your car and take precautions to protect you and your pets from the heat. If you are not feeling well or experiencing symptoms associated with COVID-19, please do not visit the clinic until you have been symptom free for more than 14 days.

On August 24, we will shift to an appointment-only model for vaccine services. In the coming weeks we will make some temporary hour adjustments to accommodate this shift. We will also begin accepting vaccine and spay/neuter appointments from the public with a new online scheduling portal. Please be on the lookout for this important information.

  • You will be required to wear a face mask to protect you and our curbside staff. Your mask/covering must cover your nose and mouth.
  • When you arrive, please stop at the stop sign. Our staff in the parking lot will explain the process and help check you and your pet(s) in.
  • We will use a washable marker on your car window to ensure you are served in the order you arrived.
  • You will be asked to stay in your car while your pet is brought inside for services.
  • We will communicate with you throughout the process, mostly over the phone.
  • Please do not bring more than three (3) pets with you.
  • Limit the number of people in your car to one (1).
  • Cats must be in a secure carrier and dogs on a secure leash.
  • Please do not place personal items such as bedding and toys in your cat’s carrier.
  • Please bring a pen with you to sign your pet’s authorization for veterinary services.
  • Wait times may vary depending on the varying needs of our patients. Due to the heat, we may end check-in early to protect the health of our patients, clients, and staff. We will post on our Facebook page any early closures.

Hours of Operation

Curbside Services and Pricing

Nervous pets?
For the safety of our clients and staff, our building remains closed to the public. We promise to
take the best care of your pet. If your pet needs a muzzle, we recommend you placing a
breathable muzzle on your pet prior to leaving home. If our staff is unable to safely walk or hold
your pet, you may be referred to another clinic.

Wellness Visits
Our wellness clinic remains closed but clients who have been to the clinic within the last 12 months can now talk with their veterinarian through the telehealth app “Medici” from your smartphone.  For example, our doctors can provide a remote consultation about your cat’s ear infection or your dog’s allergies. Worried about worms or a possible urinary tract infection? Put your mind at ease and contact us today. If one of our doctors prescribes any medication, you will be able to pick it up at our clinic at an affordable rate, just like you always have. Your pet must have been seen at our clinic by one of our current veterinarians in the past 12 months to be eligible for this service and a $15 consultation fee may apply. Download “Medici” and use registration code: P2OFYGZSAA

Our Health & Safety Plan
We’ve made some changes to our operations to help keep our clients, patients, and staff safe during the pandemic. In addition to supporting social distancing with curbside check-in and telehealth services, we are taking the following steps:

  • Increased our routine disinfecting procedures within the clinic and exam rooms.
  • Implemented personal protective equipment (PPE) requirements for employees, including face masks and gloves.
  • Conduct daily health assessments for employees.
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