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COVID and Pet Health

May 28 6:52pm
Pets in living with people that are COVID positive have contracted COVID and become sick. Pets are not considered significant in the spread of COVID. Primary spread is COVID positive human to human. Follow this link for the most current & reliable information about pets infected with covid
https://www.oie.int/en/scientific-expertise/specific-information-and-recommendations/questions-and-answers-on-2019novel-coronavirus/

May 11 9:43am
There is no evidence that pets play a role in transmitting COVID to humans. Follow this link for the most current & reliable information about pets infected with covid
https://www.oie.int/en/scientific-expertise/specific-information-and-recommendations/questions-and-answers-on-2019novel-coronavirus/

April 18 1:24pm
Delton is open and committed to the health of your pet.

Maintain physical distance and still transfer care of your beloved pet to us or pick up your pet’s food & medications within our secure and regularly disinfected entryway complete with complimentary alcohol based hand-sanitizer. To access it, simply call us when you arrive at Delton. We will guide you from there.

Forgot your phone? Wait til the entryway is free of pets / people and then walk-in.

We are taking regular appointments and our emergency walk-in service remains fully operational.

Self-isolating or just wanting to remain at home? Book a comprehensive video-conference appointment with one of our vets for your dog or cat. Hosted by google meet.

Wrap up your visit using our contactless payment system with a tap or an e-transfer. Contactless isn’t an option for you? We have wireless terminals and disinfect them each use.

There are still no reports of transmission of COVID from pets to people. We are monitoring the situation through our reliable sources and will keep you informed. For the most up-to-date & reliable info go to:
https://www.canadianveterinarians.net/documents/covid-19-animals-faqs-veterinarians
https://www.canadianveterinarians.net/news-events/news/covid-19-and-animals-in-canada