Lilies and cats do not mix. All it takes is one lick of the pollen, a bite on the plant or licking the water in the vase. Lilies cause renal failure. If caught immediately, they can be saved with intravenous fluid diuresis. Best not to bring Lilies home. They are not worth the risk. For more information: Click Here
"it is important that the receptionist experience during this time be shared. A broad ask is for pet owners to have empathy for the person who answers the phone at your clinic"
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This is in Centigrade so
Artificial grass in shade 34.1C is 93.4F
Artificial grass in sun 62.3C is 144.1F
Real grass in shade 27.8C is 82F
Real grass in sun 38.1C is 100.6F
We have been open the regular hours of 9am-6pm Monday through Friday and 8:30am to 12:30pm Saturdays. We are following the CDC and San Mateo County Health Dept policies very strictly. Only patients are allowed inside the hospital. We all wear masks and keep 6 feet distance. We have no sick employees come to work and ask that clients let us know if have signs or tested positive for COVID-19. We want to be able to stay open for our patients without interruption.
Curbside Service is working well to keep our physical distancing while taking care of our patients. Thank You for your cooperation. We have restarted our Saturday hours last week. So we are currently open Monday through Friday 9am to 5pm and Saturdays 8:30am to 12:30pm. We have some staff working answering phones and emails from home right now to keep us all as safe as possible. Hope this situation changes soon and that our families and friends fare well during these very unusual times. We will keep you posted of any other schedule changes.
Peninsula Ave Veterinary Clinic