Greetings clients! Third newsletter since COVID 19 quarantine started. THANK YOU for your patience and support. My staff has done an amazing job as we have navigated through these uncharted times. Now that we are seeing more patients, not just sick and emergency cases, the requests for appointments, services, medications and supplies have greatly increased, but our staff, building space, availability of personal protective equipment and supplies/medications and time in the day have not. The limitations faced in order to protect clients and ourselves are incredible. We will continue to practice curbside in order to maintain safe distance between staff as well as clients.
This is all unmapped times which can be very unsettling but it’s good to try to focus on some of the constants that we have. Devotion of our pets, a warm spring day in New England just a week after snow! We are resilient creatures.
We have added a new section on our training about nail trims! Please check it out.
Here is the latest from Tufts Cummings School of Vet Medicine on Pets and Corona: https://now.tufts.edu/articles/can-pets-get-or-spread-covid-19. Too many Zoom meetings to read the whole article: DON’T WORRY! Bottom line is NO serious concern for pet owners.
This is a short newsletter but just wanted to reach out to you all. We really miss seeing you in the clinic but know that your pets have been doing great here with us. My staff continues to care for your pet with skill and compassion as well as muzzle to mask sniffs and kisses along with a side of cheese!
We are so grateful for your support and trust and will do our best to be here for you!
In Memory of our beloved pets that have passed: In Memoriam