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Crates and X-pens and mandated lockdowns can leave you feeling like you're in doggy jail. Or you can make good use of your space and time and ultimately have more freedom in the near future.
An update on new plans: Starting in May we will resume performing more routine procedures such as spaying and neutering, vaccinations, and well-checks. We genuinely appreciate your patience as we curtailed those typically non-urgent procedures as part of our initial COVID-19 response plan. In the next few weeks, you can look forward to our team calling you to schedule routine surgeries as we continue our return to full service.
Some coronaviruses that infect animals can sometimes be spread to humans and then spread between people, but this is rare. This is what happened with the virus that caused the current outbreak of COVID-19. However, we do not know the exact source of this virus. Public health officials and partners are working hard to identify the source of COVID-19. The first infections were linked to a live animal market, but the virus is now spreading from person to person.
Although pets cannot become sick from COVID-19, could they serve as a conduit of infection between people?
We will be closed for Christmas Day so that our staff can spend time with their families.
We will be closed for Thanksgiving so that our staff can spend time with their families