COVID Protocol for Cherry Valley Vet
Please call when you arrive at the hospital. We are allowing one family at a time in the lobby, you may bring your pet in, or if you prefer not to we will come to your car for your pet. We are observing 6 feet distancing so you are not able to be with your pet during the exam. Clients are waiting outside or in their cars. Dr. Weekes will talk with you in person after your pet's exam or during the exam if indicated.
Current information regarding COVID-19: " A small number of pets have been infected with the novel coronavirus, and AVMA President Dr. Howe says ""it's extremely unlikely that a pet is going to get COVID-19. Pets are highly unlikely to transmit the virus to people even if it gets on their skin or fur, according to the Mayo clinic, and disinfectants, alcohol or hydrogen peroxide should not be used on pets, nor should their faces be covered" Full Story: WNBC-TX (New York city 7/29/20). Please go to avma.org for further information on COVID-19 and your pets.
Cherry Valley now has on line pharmacy and food capability. On our website it is the Home Delivery Button, under that click on Vetsource. If it is a prescription product we will receive an e-mail asking us to authorize the order.
**King County Pet News** King County is waiving all late fees for pet licensing if you renew your pet license by June 30, 2021. You can renew online, at Duvall City Hall, or license forms are available at Cherry Valley Vet.