We’re still limited in the services we’re able to provide and are currently open for emergency visits, urgent dental procedures, spay and neuter procedures, and vaccine appointments. Up-to-date core vaccinations for rabies, distemper, and parvo, as well as lifestyle vaccinations for conditions like Lyme disease, leptospirosis, canine influenza, and bordetella are critical to the health of our local pet population. Please don’t hesitate to schedule an appointment for any puppies and kittens who might be in the middle of their vaccine series or for any adult pets overdue for their shots.
A quick reminder of our curbside protocols: please call the hospital when you arrive for your pet’s appointment and remain in your car or close to our facility while your pet is in our care. All pets should either be on leashes or in carriers to protect them and our staff. All communications with our veterinarians, as well as payment and discharge instructions, will be done by phone.
Thank you for your continued patience and cooperation. We know that this isn’t an easy time and that it can be particularly difficult for pet parents worried about the well-being of their furry families. We are all doing the best we can right now, and that very much applies to our staff who are working hard each and every day to keep our hospital running and your pets happy and healthy.
Sincerely, The Doctors and Staff of the Animal Health Group