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New Hours & Curbside Service During Covid-19

Until further notice, our office hours are:  M-F 7:30 am – 6:00 pm, closed sat and sun

At Neartown Animal Clinic, we are focused on the health and safety of all our clients, patients and employees without compromising the quality of our veterinary services. In an effort to follow CDC guidelines regarding social distancing and prevention of COVID-19, only hospital staff will be allowed inside all areas of our facility effective March 20, 2020.

We will be able to provide regular services for your pets. 

CURBSIDE SERVICE:

Veterinary Appointments:
When you arrive for your appointment, please call us at 713-526-1502. While waiting in your vehicle, our staff will collect a history from you via the phone. A staff member will then come to escort your pet into the clinic with one of our leashes or carriers. The veterinarian or technician will contact you on the number provided to discuss diagnostics, treatments, estimates, medications, findings and recommendations.

Medications, Food and Supplies:
When you arrive, please call us at 713-526-1502. While waiting in your vehicle, a staff member will collect your items and deliver them to your vehicle.

Boarding, Bathing and Daycare Services:
When you arrive, please call us at 713-526-1502 and a staff member will come to your vehicle to escort your pet into the clinic with one of our leashes or carriers.

Pick-ups:
When you arrive, please call us at 713-526-1502 and a staff member will escort your pet to your vehicle.

Payments:
All payments will be by credit card only. No cash payments accepted at this time.

Thank you for your understanding, as we attempt to streamline this novel way of providing services.

Can you get Covid-19 from your pets?

The AVMA (American Veterinary Medical Association – Covid-19 questions for pet owners

CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)– Coronavirus and animals

WHO (World Health Organization) Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) advice for the public: Myth busters

ASPCA – Coronavirus: Keeping Your Pets Safe During the COVID-19 Crisis