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We are open – following the necessary Coronavirus guidelines – which will keep you and our team safe for your visit.
Our amazing team has been working tirelessly to make sure Coronavirus precautions have been put in place, allowing customers to bring their pets to us for the treatment they require.
We will of course have to apply some safety protocols, but aim to keep any inconvenience to a minimum while observing Government advice.
Please note however – for the 4-week period of lockdown from 5 November, we will not be able to perform certain routine procedures such as annual booster vaccinations or nail clips – please contact us for more information (or to make bookings for after the lockdown).
So, if you are planning to visit us:
• We will ask if you have any symptoms of Coronavirus when making an appointment.
• One of our team will take your temperature on arrival.
• For the time being, we would ask that only one adult family member should enter our surgery during the visit.
• In order to maintain social distancing, we will have to limit numbers in our waiting room to 4 clients at any one time.
• On entry please sanitise your hands using the products provided.
• Face coverings must be worn when entering our surgery buildings (if you are exempt please let one of our team know).
• A clearly marked one-way system is in place.
The whole team here at The Pet Vet are looking forward to welcoming you soon.
Online Vet Consultations
Don’t worry if you’re stuck at home – we have now launched our online vet consultation service.
Have your pet’s consultation from the comfort of your own home with one of our vets using your smartphone or laptop.
This is the best solution if you are self isolating or if your pet has a more minor issue for which it is not appropriate to visit one of our surgeries under the current coronavirus regulations.
Any drugs or treatments required can either be collected from the surgery, or if this is not practical they can be posted to your home address.
Of course if in the vet’s opinion the issue is more serious then arrangements will need to be made to have your pet brought to the surgery.
To make an appointment or to find out more please call us.
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