Coconut's diary of a curbside pick-up (our covid measures)

We just want to reassure you of our further measures to ensure everyone's safety during your pet's therapy session with us, so we can continue to safely provide continuity of care for your pet, with extra peace of mind for you and your family!

Tuesday 15th March 2022

These here are crazy times!

Testing our team....

Our vet team will take daily Covid Rapid Antigen Test (RAT), in addition to our current protocols during the visit: all staff and clients wearing face masks, minimised numbers to one family member/ carer with your pet during treatment and disinfection of our equipment.

Curbside collection.....

For patients visiting us at the clinic, we are also offering a curbside pick-up outside the clinic, if you prefer to avoid entering the building /staying during therapy.  In this case, just whatsapp (93457541) when you arrive and we will come to collect your pet. We'll take them up for treatment and bring them back to you once we are done.

Watch Coconut's diary of a curbside pick-up (ABOVE) to get a feel for the experience- Warning, he is SUPER CUTE!! Audio ON!!

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