Last week Governor Hogan relaxed the restrictions on elective procedures (in human medicine), and soon after the State Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners issued a statement allowing veterinarians to resume wellness and elective procedures for animals. Note that this does not change our adherence to all current COVID protocols. That means that we still are seeing pets with curbside service with only staff allowed in the office. But it does also mean that we can start providing more services for your pet. COVID protocols will limit the number of patients/clients we are able to see in a day, so there will continue to be scheduling difficulties. We will do everything we can to get your pet the care it needs, but there are times when we will need to prioritize who and what we are able to see. One thing to note is that the State Board still considers grooming services non-essential and therefore still not permitted under the Governor’s Executive Orders. Exceptions can be made for grooming that is Medically Necessary.
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