We're still doing our best to accommodate all of our clients, but we're asking (again) for patience and understanding when we can't.
We’re doing our very best and are living through these hard times with you. We know the stress and anxiety caused by the pandemic touches all members of society.
We know that nobody likes to wait in line. But *where* you wait can make a world of difference.
Veterinary telemedicine is now available at Ann Arbor Animal Hospital! We know it's more difficult than ever to do normal things like visit your veterinarian, so we're offering this service so your pet can be examined remotely.
*UPDATED 4/7* Doing Our Part to Flatten the Curve: Covid-19 and AAAH’s Current Policies For All Clients
We’ve always prioritized cleanliness, and to help stop the spread of the coronavirus, we're following or exceeding the CDC's recommendations. We've also implemented some new protocols for our clients so we can continue to care for pets while keeping humans as safe as possible.
Talk of coronavirus is everywhere these days. But what about coronavirus and pets? Can our furry friends get infected? Ann Arbor Animal Hospital's Dr. Jarrett provides an update on the virus and how we should be preparing our animal companions.