As most of you know, the veterinary industry has been put through a lot of stress and crisis lately. To try to foster some good spirit, we are organizing a fundraiser to help the homeless and we need the help of our fabulous clientele!!!
On SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16 and SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23 we will be conducting pet nail trims from 11:00am to 2:00pm at Chedoke Animal Hospital.
The money raised will go toward making hygiene packages for the homeless. So, please bring your pet in for a mani pedi for a good cause! 💅 All donations will be donated to the Good Shepherd Centre with the hopes of making a homeless person smile!
We will be charging $5 for small birds and pocket pets (ie. rabbits, guinea pigs), $10 for cats and $15 for dogs. CASH ONLY please 💰 Please line up at the BACK door upon arrival with proof of up to date rabies vaccination for dogs and cats.
Other ways that you can contribute are through cash donations and by donating items for the packages. Please SWIPE ➡️ for a detailed breakdown of items that you can donate.
You may bring these donations with you on Saturday, October 16 or 23 OR you can drop them off at Chedoke Animal Hopsital during business hours until November 30!
We are very excited to raise donations for this great cause and we hope we can count on your paws for help 😊😊 Non-clients are absolutely welcome so please spread the word!
Our top priority at Chedoke Animal Hospital is to run our Hospital safely and to continue to provide healthcare to our patients in need through out the COVID-19 Pandemic. In the interest of reducing the potential viral exposure to our staff and clients, we ask that if you, or someone in your household, has symptoms (including cough, fever, aches, difficulty breathing) to please call and reschedule your appointment.
If you are experiencing symptoms, and your pet is unwell, we ask that you contact us to have your pet seen. We would suggest trying to arrange having a healthy friend or family member bring your pet in or follow the high-risk client protocol outlined below.
If you need pet food or medications, please see our webstore to help minimize potential exposure. If you are unable to get your prescription through the webstore, or if it is urgent and neither of the protocols suit your situation, please contact us. We will do our best to accommodate you and your needs. We can also bring products to your car to reduce exposure and to exercise social distancing.
Additionally, to protect and to take precaution against the spread of the virus to our clients, and to our staff members, we at Chedoke Animal Hospital have started the following protocols:
Please note our modified hours
We are closed from 12:30-1:30 to allow staff to disinfect the clinic and prepare for the afternoon.
We at Chedoke Animal Hospital take infectious disease very seriously and we will continue to monitor the cases in the area to better assess the risk over the next few weeks. We ask for your understanding during this time as we alter our protocols to better protect the public and our staff at Chedoke Animal Hospital.
Thank you for your cooperation. Please feel free to contact us at email@example.com or 905-648-4747.
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At Chedoke Animal Hospital it is our mission to provide high-quality veterinary care with an emphasis on excellent customer service and patient care. We strive to foster long-term relationships that are both desirable and fulfilling for our clients and our employees.
We are a dedicated team helping to provide longer and healthier lives for our patients by customizing individual patient care in our family-centered practice.
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