COVID-19 Update


Facility Protocols

We are ready and willing to support your pet and farm animals' health during this unprecedented pandemic. In order to serve you as effectively as possible, we are following CDC guidelines to decrease the potential for coronavirus transmission. Our waiting room, retail area, exam rooms, restrooms, treatment areas, etc. are now thoroughly sterilized after every appointment. We want our facility to continue to be a safe place for you and your pets.

Our waiting room is large, with different seating options more than 6 feet away from other clients. Likewise, we are seating individuals in one of our 6 exam rooms as quickly as possible. However, with the threat of coronavirus in our community, we also welcome clients to stay in their vehicles for the duration of the visit. Our nurses will come to you! Clients who have a fever, cough or sneezing, sore throat, and flu-like symptoms are required to stay in their car or have another individual bring their pet to the hospital.

We offer house and farm visits for those who shouldn't leave their homes.

We understand that our animal community requires our attention more than ever, and you will continue to be our top priority. We are monitoring the situation and will adjust our protocols as needed to help limit the spread of this virus and do our part to protect our clients, patients, and team members. If you are concerned, you may need to self-quarantine. If you self-quarantine and are worried about your pets' needs during that time, feel free to reach out to us. We can help!

Your Pet(s)

"Infectious disease experts and multiple international and domestic human and animal health organizations agree there is no evidence at this point to indicate that pets and livestock become ill with COVID-19 or that they spread it to other animals, including people.

If you are not ill with COVID-19, you can interact with your pet as you normally would, including walking, feeding, and playing. You should continue to practice good hygiene during those interactions (e.g., wash hands before and after interacting with your pet; ensure your pet is kept well-groomed; regularly clean your pet's food and water bowls, bedding material, and toys).

Out of an abundance of caution, it is recommended that those ill with COVID-19 limit contact with animals until more information is known about the virus. Have another member of your household take care of walking, feeding, and playing with your pet. If you have a service animal or you must care for your pet, then wear a facemask; don't share food, kiss, or hug them; and wash your hands before and after any contact with them." (Source: American Veterinary Medical Association)

We evaluate the spread of COVID-19 to animals daily and will update this page if the above recommendation changes.