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COVID-19 Announcement

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April 28, 2020

Due to recent rule changes from the governor’s office, Utah health professionals are now allowed to do elective procedures again. Because we had to postpone a month’s worth of bookings for such procedures, we have a lengthy backlog and waiting list to work through and we may not be able to schedule a spay, neuter, dental, or declaw surgery right away. Please contact us and we will attempt to accommodate your request the best we can.

Exam visits such as routine vaccinations, well pet exams, nail trims, and other non-surgical actions, which were also previously restricted, are now allowable and can be scheduled in a regular manner.

Thank you for your understanding.

April 7, 2020

Starting Monday April 13th we will be suspending all grooming services for 2-3 weeks.

We have notified clients with appointments during this time frame. However, if the suspension goes further than expected we will contact those holding appointments.  When scheduling resumes current clients will get priority and new clients will not be taken at that time. If you have any questions please call during regular business hours.

Stay safe.

March 24, 2020

In order to attempt to establish social distancing recommended by our health authorities.

We will need owners with an appointment to arrive in the parking lot, call in, and discuss the nature of the visit with either a technician or doctor. Then a staff member will come out and take the patient into the building for the exam or other requested service.

The doctor will then call you and discuss the diagnosis and treatment plan. Payment will ideally also be done over the phone or by a quick visit inside.

Due to a directive from the governor and the Utah department of health, veterinarians, and other health providers are not allowed to do elective surgeries at this time.

Until we are directed otherwise from the government entities, we will not be accepting appointments for spays, neuters, declaws, and most (but not all) dentals.

We still can do surgery for urgent problems.  If a given patient falls in an in-between category, a consult with the doctor will yield the plan of action.

For more information please refer to AVMA or AAHA.

Thank you for your cooperation and be safe.


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