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Valley Vet Remains Open

Asks Community To Take Extra Precautions


March 25, 2020

To Our Valued Clients:

As news of the coronavirus in our community continues to develop, we are monitoring the situation very closely. At this time, our clinic remains open and is operating under normal business hours. We are taking a lot of extra precautions to keep you and our staff healthy. We ask that you help us by doing the following:

1. We ask that ONE healthy adult bring pets in for their appointment. If this is not possible please call our office in advance and we can attempt to accommodate you. If you are uncomfortable coming in please call us and we will come to your vehicle to bring your pet in for their appointment.

2. If you are feeling ill or experiencing flu-like symptoms we ask that you reschedule your appointment. If your pet has a life-threatening condition and must be seen, we ask that you send them in with a healthy adult who you trust. Please call our office to authorize this person to make decisions and authorize treatment and payment for your pet.

3. If entering our hospital please follow social distancing as recommended by our government and health professionals.

4. If picking up medications or food, please call us so we can have them ready for you to pick up. We can bring your items to your car when you get here if you are uncomfortable coming in.

We are monitoring the situation closely and will notify you of any changes.

Thank you for your patience and cooperation,

Your Friends at Valley Veterinary Clinic


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