Important Information Regarding COVID-19 and Perimeter Veterinary Center

Important Information Covid-19 UPdate

Perimeter Veterinary Center is currently open and ready to meet the healthcare needs of your pet. In response to COVID-19 concerns, and based on recommendations from the CDC and state agencies, we’ve implemented some changes to help ensure the health and safety of our team, as well as you – our valued clients.

  • A mask must be worn at all times in the clinic, as well as outside if interacting with staff members.
  • Only one person is allowed in the lobby at one time, no exceptions. No children are allowed in the clinic at all. The door and designated client area is fully disinfected between each client.
  • If you do not have a scheduled appointment, do not enter the clinic. Instead, remain in your car and call the clinic at (913) 742-8387.
  • If you have an appointment and no one is in the lobby, you may enter the clinic and stay in the designated area. We will check your pet in and review any concerns you have. You will then wait in your car in the parking lot during the examination. The doctor will call you to review everything in detail. We will then check you out over the phone and bring your pet back to your car.
  • If you need to pick up product or medications, please call ahead to schedule a time to do so. We will then have you call from the parking lot when you arrive, pay over the phone, and we will bring your items to your car.
  • If the door is locked during business hours, please return to your car and call (913) 742-8387 as we may be limiting traffic for a specific reason at that time.

These policies are in place to keep you and us safe. If you should fail to follow these policies, or treat the staff rudely because you don’t like these policies, you will be asked to leave. Please, everyone stay home as much as possible, stay safe, and take care of you and your four-legged family members!

We encourage you to call us at (913) 742-8387 with any questions or concerns. We will make arrangements to meet your pets’ needs while also maintaining your safety, our safety, and the safety of the general public.

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