PROVINCEWIDE SHUTDOWN December 24th
Dear Valued Clients,
On December 21st the provincial government announced a “provincewide shutdown” starting December 24th. This shutdown will affect non-essential businesses. As veterinary services are considered essential, Greenboro Veterinary Clinic can continue to provide our full range of pet care services with our current protocol (noted below). As well, we do not anticipate any shortages of medications or food so “stocking up” on supplies will not be necessary. We will limit client purchases to typical amounts so that we may serve all our clients and pets equally.
We recognize that we are in difficult times and ask everyone’s cooperation in working through this situation together. Stay safe,
The Greenboro Veterinary Clinic Team
Due to COVID-19 our door remains locked at all times. When you arrive, please knock and we will collect your pet(s) from you momentarily. All dogs must be in a carrier or on a leash. All cats must be in a carrier. We ask that you please wait in your vehicle or stay in the immediate area of the building during the appointment. The attending veterinarian will contact you on your designated cell phone to obtain the medical history right away. We will then perform the medical exam and the doctor will call you once again to discuss the findings.
We continue to operate with contactless payment options. After the appointment we can take payment over the phone with a credit card or by etransfer to email@example.com
Please note that by bringing your pet(s) to the appointment you are implicitly confirming that you, and anyone your live with, do not have COVID-19 clinical signs nor have tested positive for COVID-19 in the past 14 days. Should this not be the case, we please ask you to contact GVC before the appointment to discuss alternative arrangements.