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COVID-19: We Remain Open

Your pets are important members of your family, perhaps now more than ever. Veterinary care is an essential business and At Home Veterinary remains open to help you care for your pets at home during the COVID-19 pandemic.



  • What We Are Doing

  • What You Can Do

  • What We Are Doing

    What We Are Doing

    What We Are Doing

    Minimizing Our COVID-19 Footprint

    We have reduced our COVID-19 footprint for each visit and for our practice as a whole, including in some ways that a traditional hospital may be unable to do. Our no-contact home visits greatly respect social distancing and we have implemented a number of strategies to reduce risks to everyone.

    At Appointments

    • Seeing pets outdoors or in other low-traffic areas (garage, stairwell, etc.) when possible.
    • Having no contact and maintaining appropriate social distance with pet owners.
    • Communicating with just one person in the household at the visit.
    • Wearing a fresh set of disposable gloves for the entirety of each visit.
    • Interacting only with pets who need care.
    • Taking credit card information by phone or online to avoid handling cards at appointments.

    In Our Office

    • Working from home so that we may continue responding to client needs.
    • Limiting our in-office staff to one person (or occasionally two people) at a time, so that we have nearly eliminated any overlap among our team members.

    Telemedicine

    • Offering a telemedicine consult in appropriate situations, if an in-person visit is not possible. These virtual visits are not a substitute for in-home care, but they may be helpful in the short term.

    In General

    • Abiding by the recommendations for strict social distancing even when not in appointments.

  • What You Can Do

    What You Can Do

    What You Can Do

    Let us know if you or anyone in your household:

    • is in a vulnerable population,
    • has a fever or upper respiratory signs like coughing or shortness of breath,
    • is under quarantine,
    • has had exposure to anyone known or suspected to have COVID-19.
    • Help us comply with the safety protocols set forth above.

     

    By working together, we can all do our part to reduce the impact of COVID-19 in our community. Through these efforts, we look forward to a return to normal as quickly as possible.