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A Message from Kingsbury Animal Hospital...
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Thank you for your patience and understanding during this time.
We are continuing to experience a high volume of calls. If you are unable to get through, please email us for non-urgent matters and refills of food and medication at email@example.com.
At Kingsbury Animal Hospital, the health and safety of your pets is our top priority.
Updated As Of 6/10/2021
Please check this page for updates prior to your appointment. Thank you.
We are experiencing a high volume of calls. For non-emergency questions and refills on food/medication, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Our goal is to help minimize the spread of the coronavirus pandemic so that we may continue providing for all of your pets’ needs.
If our doctors and team get sick, we will not be able to care for your pets in times of emergency. We are implementing the following protocols, but these may change.
*Beginning 6/14/21 we are allowing 1 person into the building for:
We have experienced delays in the supply chain due to the pandemic and it can take time to receive food/medications.
We are following CDC protocols and watching for updates and new developments closely. Thank you so much for helping us keep our team healthy and available for the pets who need us.
Can my pet catch or carry COVID-19?
Please see CDC's website for the most up-to-date information available regarding your pet's ability to contract or carry COVID-19. COVID-19 and Animals
What is Kingsbury doing to help stop the spread of COVID-19?
What happens if the Kingsbury staff are affected by COVID-19?
In case an employee tests positive for COVID-19, that employee will follow current CDC guidelines for quarantining. Any other necessary precautions will be taken dependent upon the situation.
Thank you for helping us work through these changes.
For further reading on COVID-19: