We at Santa Fe Pet Clinic understand these are difficult times. We want to assure you that we are open and considered an essential service. At this time, our hours will remain the same. However, we are doing things a little different to keep our clients and staff safe during this time. We are keeping up to date with the phases as they change.
• In accordance with the CDC and keeping with social distancing, we ask that only 2 clients be in the waiting room at a time and only one client per pet, unless other arrangements are needed. Please call ahead if you require another person to be in attendance with you at the time of your appointment. We cannot allow children in the clinic at this time. As the conditions change, we will adjust these accordingly. If you see 2 clients in the waiting room, please return to your car and call is at 913-782-2770 , and let us know you have arrived for your appointment. One of our staff will be out as soon as it is safe for you to enter the clinic.
• We also ask that you refrain from touching or leaning on the front desk counter.
• We are still taking your payment over the phone for medication and or food pickup if you are not comfortable paying inside the clinic, but it is not required anymore. We are also taking cash and checks again.
• We are providing all of our services again. If you don’t feel completely comfortable with normal procedures, i.e. not entering the clinic, please call us ahead of time and let us know, and we will still provide curbside service. We want everyone to feel safe during their visit to our clinic.
• We do ask if you have traveled in the last month to the following places:
- New York
- Colorado Or Abroad
- Or have had a fever of 100 or higher or a cough, or have been around anyone with a fever or a cough – that you wait 2 weeks to schedule your appointment.
As always, if you have any questions or concerns, please contact our clinic by phone (913-782-2770) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org) and we will try to answer questions the best of our ability. This situation is constantly changing. We are getting updates regularly from CDC and AVMA (American Veterinary Medical Association), and will pass these on and update our protocols as needed.
Thank you for your understanding during these uncharted waters.