Paws In Motion Continues Our Pet Patient Care

Paws In Motion Continues Our Pet Patient Care

We want to reassure you that Paws in Motion will continue our home and clinic consultations and therapy as scheduled for your pets during this latest period of increased social distancing restrictions.

Friday 7th January 2022

As always our veterinary team will be following the best hygiene practises such as disinfection of equipment, thorough hand-washing, and mask-wearing at all times. In addition, all our staff are double or triple vaccinated.

If you are worried about your appointment in any way, please call us (93577541) and we can reassure you or rearrange your pet’s appointment. If you or your family are feeling unwell or have any symptoms that could be related to Covid-19, please let us know, so we can help reschedule.

Clients are reminded to wear a mask at all times during either our visit to your home or during your visit to us at the clinic.

For your convenience, we also offer telemedicine (online video consultation) which is great for new pet patients and their owners needing support.

We thank you for all your support and hope that we can continue to provide support and care for your pet during this time without concern.

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