We understand that pet parents will continue to bring their dogs and cats into our clinics for vaccines, microchipping, and Spay/Neuter surgeries. For the safety of our clients at the Pet Alliance Veterinary Clinics in Orlando, Sanford, and Alafaya, we will be implementing a modified clinic process for public protection. Here is what you can expect:
- No clinic walk-ins — clinics will operate by appointments only. Clients can visit our website for more on scheduling their next visit.
- Clients are asked to wait inside their vehicle with their pet — potential clients with an appointment will be met outside by a receptionist, signed in to our new online que, and then asked to wait in their car until they receive a text message that an exam room is ready to receive them.
- Exam rooms will be cleaned thoroughly between each guest and their pet with a cleaning agent that is left on surfaces for at least 5 minutes.
Pet Alliance staff will take additional precautions to sanitize and disinfect all areas of the clinic throughout the day and sanitation stations are available for our clients at all times. All of these precautions will help us limit person-to-person exposure, as we do our part to protect those most vulnerable, as well as to continue to see, treat, and heal our community’s pets.
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