Our staff is very aware of the current health situation with COVID-19, and we will continue to do our best to reduce the spread of diseases by increasing our cleaning and disinfecting protocols. We would prefer to avoid handshakes and hugs and instead verbally acknowledge each other. In consideration for our clients, we ask that anyone showing signs or symptoms of illness to have a trusted family member or friend bring in a pet that requires medical attention.
We are also getting questions regarding the virus and how it relates to our pets. We wanted to share a bit of reliable information in relation to how it affects our pets and families.
- To date, the CDC has not received any reports of pets or other animals becoming sick with COVID-19
- There is no current evidence to indicate that pets can spread COVID-19 to other pets or people.
- For extra safety, as this virus is new and we are still learning about it, if you have been diagnosed or advised to stay in isolation please reduce your interaction with your pets just as you would with humans.
- With all this information in mind, it is always a good idea to wash your hands after being around other people or animals.
Thank you for you attention and understanding. As always, please contact us if you have any additional questions.