Our procedures to protect you and your pet from COVID-19 concerns
Yes! We Are Open!
Veterinary medicine is deemed an essential business/activity and we are able to remain open. In order to provide clients access to our exam rooms, we ask everyone to wear a mask when entering and when in the clinic. If you do not have a mask, we can provide one for you to purchase for $1. We are also happy to provide curbside or telemedicine, if you prefer.
To provide the highest-quality care for your pet, we will keep our normal business hours. We have protocols in place for those clients and patients inside the clinic:
- One Client Per Pet: Limit of one adult accompanying each pet into the clinic. Additional family members must wait in the car.
- Social Distancing: If there is more than one person in the lobby, please practice social distancing of at least six feet from each other.
When in Doubt, Call!
If you are experiencing any flu-like symptoms — cough, sore throat, fever — please wait in your car, and call the clinic. We are pleased to offer you these additional services:
- Telemedicine Service: We will continue to offer our telemedicine services, giving you the option to consult with a veterinarian from home. Click here to learn more about our telemedicine services.
- Curbside Service: A Pet Wellness Clinics team member will come to your car to pick up your pet for his or her scheduled appointment. We will also bring out any food or medications if you call and let us know what you need.
For curbside service, fill out our online form before your appointment. You can also fill out and submit our PDF version. Once you have completed the form, send to firstname.lastname@example.org or bring a printed copy of the form with you to your appointment.
The Pet Wellness Clinics are committed to doing our part as we address the ramifications of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Our top priority is the health and safety of our pets, patients, visitors and staff members.
According to the American Veterinary Medical Association (AMVA), there is currently no evidence to indicate that pets become ill with COVID-19, or that they spread it to other animals, including people. Here is the current response from the AVMA, which is the most updated information available regarding animals and for veterinary professionals. We continue to closely monitor and partner with the AVMA for any changes/updates to the situation.
Pet Wellness Clinics are committed to maintaining OSHA health standards in our offices, and we will enhance our efforts during this time. We will continue to thoroughly clean exam rooms between patients as well as waiting rooms and other common areas on a regular basis.
If you have any questions, please contact us at (317) 516-5921 or visit our website at petwellnessclinics.com.
We appreciate your understanding during these unusual circumstances, and we look forward to serving you and your best friend soon.
Dr. Michael Graves
President and CEO
Chief Medical Officer
Pet Wellness Clinic