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COVID-19 Update For You and Your Pets


Topics | Health, COVID-19
Posted | March 25, 2020
COVID-19 Update For You and Your Pets
Important CityVet Updates

As we continue to navigate the ongoing impacts of the COVID-19 virus, CityVet remains open for business and is committed to providing you and your pets a safe, clean and sanitary environment. Please note the latest updates for all our locations:

  • In keeping with orders issued by state, city and county governments, we have temporarily suspended elective procedures requiring the use of PPE as well as bathing and grooming services. We will continue to offer essential medical services and prescription refills. In addition, we will continue to offer boarding and limited dayplay services.

  • Curbside services - Please call our office when you arrive and plan to wait in your car while your pet is being treated. The Veterinarian will come to get you or speak to you by phone if there is anything he or she needs to show or discuss with you. This will allow us to reduce the number of people in our waiting areas and limit the overall people flow into our offices. Please be patient with us as this service could lead to longer wait times than usual.

Please call the clinic and reschedule your appointment if you are ill. If your pet requires emergency care, call ahead to allow us to prepare treatment arrangements prior to your arrival.

As of today, "there is no evidence at this point to indicate that pets become ill with COVID-19 or that they spread it to other animals, including people" according to both American Veterinary Medical Association, World Small Animal Veterinary Association, and the Veterinary Information Network. However, if you do become ill the CDC recommends limiting your exposure to your pet as you would with people Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Thank you again for being a valued member of the CityVet family.


David Boguslawski | President and CEO
CityVet Companies

Serving Pets and People since 1999


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COVID-19 Update For You and Your Pets


Topics | Health, COVID-19
Posted | March 25, 2020

COVID-19 Update For You and Your Pets

Important CityVet Updates

As we continue to navigate the ongoing impacts of the COVID-19 virus, CityVet remains open for business and is committed to providing you and your pets a safe, clean and sanitary environment. Please note the latest updates for all our locations:

  • In keeping with orders issued by state, city and county governments, we have temporarily suspended elective procedures requiring the use of PPE as well as bathing and grooming services. We will continue to offer essential medical services and prescription refills. In addition, we will continue to offer boarding and limited dayplay services.

  • Curbside services - Please call our office when you arrive and plan to wait in your car while your pet is being treated. The Veterinarian will come to get you or speak to you by phone if there is anything he or she needs to show or discuss with you. This will allow us to reduce the number of people in our waiting areas and limit the overall people flow into our offices. Please be patient with us as this service could lead to longer wait times than usual.

Please call the clinic and reschedule your appointment if you are ill. If your pet requires emergency care, call ahead to allow us to prepare treatment arrangements prior to your arrival.

As of today, "there is no evidence at this point to indicate that pets become ill with COVID-19 or that they spread it to other animals, including people" according to both American Veterinary Medical Association, World Small Animal Veterinary Association, and the Veterinary Information Network. However, if you do become ill the CDC recommends limiting your exposure to your pet as you would with people Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Thank you again for being a valued member of the CityVet family.


David Boguslawski | President and CEO
CityVet Companies

Serving Pets and People since 1999


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