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COVID-19 UPDATE December 2022

The Eye Clinic has re-opened the Clinic to pet owners. This is subject to change depending upon CDC recommendations and local viral levels.

 

PLEASE CALL US FIRST!

 

When you arrive at the Eye Clinic, for any reason, call the office first, and leave your name and cell phone number if you are asked to leave a message. We will call back as soon as we can. This includes medication pickups, for which we only provide curbside. We are permitting one client with each pet for an examination, however, we request that you wait in your car, or in Suite B waiting room (which has a restroom you can use), until you are called. 

 

If you have signs of respiratory infection (coughing, sneezing, sore throat, etc.), we request that you NOT enter the Eye Clinic, and we will provide curbside service. 

 

If you have a FEVER, please RESCHEDULE your appointment.

 

MASKS will be worn while in the Eye Clinic, regardless of vaccination status. If you choose not to wear a mask, we will offer our curbside service ONLY. 

 

If you need to have 2 people present at the examination, either choose our curbside service and Dr. Cooley will call after the exam, OR have 1 person come into the exam, and use your cell phone on speaker for additional people to hear the results. Our exam rooms are very small. Eye Clinic for Animals staff will be holding your pet during the eye examination. Please stay seated in the chair provided for you during the exam. Keep your pet on a leash, in a carrier, or in your lap until the doctor arrives and after your pet has been returned to you.

 

Please help keep us safe so that we can continue to provide eye care for your wonderful pets!

 

We look forward to seeing you with your pet again!

 

Dr. Pennie Cooley and the Eye Clinic for Animals Staff

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