With the recent update from the CDC and Governor Walz on 5-14-2021 we will no longer require the use of face coverings. If you would like to continue wearing a face covering that is perfectly fine as well. According to the CDC guidelines we do still recommend those that have not been vaccinated against the COVID-19 that you continue wearing a face covering, but due to HIPAA we will not be asking or verifying whether or not you have been vaccinated. You are also not required to become vaccinated against COVID-19, that is an individual decision that must be made between yourself and your human doctor.
We will however continue to social distance as we have been doing in the past. When clients arrive at the clinic, please give us a call to let us know you are here. We will let you know whether there is currently enough space inside the clinic for you to safely enter. If we have reached our capacity of people at the moment, we will call you as soon as there is enough room for you to safely enter. Only one person per appointment will be allowed into the building except for euthanasia’s. If you would prefer, we will gladly continue doing curbside service for you.
Once you enter the building, we will gladly assist you in whatever you need. If you are here to pick up medications, we will guide you to the appropriate door to exit after you have received your product. If you are here for an exam with your animal, we will show you to an exam room. Once you go into the exam room, we ask that you wait in that room until everything has been finished and your bill has been paid.
We will show you to the appropriate exit to help minimize people getting within six feet of each other as best we can. If all the exam rooms are full at the moment we may ask if it is alright with you for us to do curbside service for your animal. As always, we will continue communicating everything with you every step along the way.
If you are not feeling well, we ask that you please give us a call to reschedule your appointment, so that we do not risk spreading illnesses as best we can.
Thank you for your cooperation during these difficult times. Rest assured your animal’s health and well-being has been, and always will be, our TOP priority.