Slide Updated 2021 COVID-19 Policy In accordance with updates on policy and advice from local,
state, and federal health agencies, Eye Care For Animals clinics
have updated their COVID-19 policies:

Policy 1: Continue with the current curbside safety protocols
ALL PRACTICES REMAIN UNDER POLICY 1 PROTOCOLS UNLESS SPECIFICALL MENTIONED BELOW

Policy 2: Required masks for all and one pet parent per patient in a lobby/ exam room
ARIZONA - Phoenix,Tucson (Fort Lowell) & Tucson (Broadway)
CALIFORNIA - San Diego
KANSAS - Overland Park
MISSOURI - Lee's Summit
NEVADA - Las Vegas (eff. 7/15)
OHIO - Akron
TEXAS - Austin (eff. 6/23). El Paso (eff. 7/1), Houston

Policy 3: Optional masks for pet parents and one parent per patient in a lobby/ exam room
NEVADA - Reno

PLEASE NOTE, THE FOLLOWING PRACTICES HAVE RESUMED PRE-COVID OPERATIONS WITH CURBSIDE SERVICES STILL AVAILABLE:
ARIZONA - Avondale, Gilbert, N. Scottsdale
UTAH - Salt Lake City

ADDITIONAL DETAILS AVAILABLE ON SUBSEQUENT PAGES
Caring for you, your pets, and our team members is the cornerstone of our culture. At this time, we'll need everyone's help to do that. Thank you for your help in ensuring the continued good health of our community and our pets.
Slide Policy 1 - Continue with current curbside protocols (ALL PRACTICES are operating under this policy unless they are specifically named under Policy 2 or Policy 3.) To support the health and safety of you, your pets, and our team members, we have implemented strict intake protocols. We will continue to keep our health and safety guidelines updated in direct response to the emergence and evolution of COVID-19 protocols. CALL AHEAD: If you have a scheduled appointment or a pet emergency, please call us in advance to discuss options and intake procedures SIGNS/SYMPTOMS OF COVID-19: If you are showing symptoms of COVID-19, please call to reschedule or identify a healthy surrogate to bring your pet to our practice in your place. NO LOBBY WAITING AREA: We are limiting the number of persons in our lobby to reduce human-to-human contact. ONE CLIENT PER HOUSEHOLD: We ask that only one person accompany the pet(s) with an appointment to reduce human-to-human contact. Caring For You, Your Pets, and Our Team Members Is the Cornerstone Of Our Culture. At this time, we'll need everyone's help to do that. Thank you for your help in ensuring the continued good health of our community and our pets. Slide Policy 2
We are excited to announce that, as of Thursday, June 3, we will welcome one Pet Parent per patient into our hospital building. If a Pet Parent is accompanied by small children, we kindly encourage you to take advantage of curbside or drop off. Please note that although the CDC recently updated its guidance stating that fully vaccinated individuals are no longer required to wear face masks, we believe in safety first for all. We continue to require masks for both team members and Pet Parents for the time being. Curbside appointments are still available if you choose not to come inside the hospital – we want to make sure all of our Pet Parents are comfortable as COVID-19 guidelines continue to change. If you choose curbside service, please don't forget to call upon your arrival! As always, we appreciate your patience and support as we continue to navigate the ever-changing COVID-19 safety guidance. Thanks so much! Practices Following Policy 2: Arizona - Phoenix, Tucson (Fort Lowell) & Tucson (Broadway)
California - San Diego
Kansas - Overland Park
Missouri - Lee's Summit
Nevada - Las Vegas (eff. 7/15)
Ohio - Akron
Texas - Austin (eff. 6/23), El Paso (eff. 7/1), Houston
Slide Policy 3
We are thrilled to announce that as of Thursday, June 3, we will welcome one Pet Parent per patient into our hospital building. If a Pet Parent is accompanied by small children, we kindly encourage you to take advantage of curbside or drop off. Fully vaccinated Pet Parents may choose not to wear a mask during their visit. We trust our Pet Parents to make responsible choices and will be relying on the honor system with respect to your vaccination status and the decision not to wear a mask. Please note that we will not ask you to verify vaccination records. Curbside appointments are still available if you choose not to come inside the hospital – we want to make sure all of our Pet Parents are comfortable as COVID-19 guidelines continue to change. If you choose curbside, please don't forget to call upon your arrival! As always, we appreciate your patience and support as we navigate the ever-changing COVID-19 safety guidance. Thanks so much! Practices Following Policy 3: Nevada - Reno For the safety of our team members, kindly reschedule your appointment if you:
Are exhibiting flu-like symptoms and/or have a temperature over 100.4
Have traveled to/from known COVID-19 hot spots within the previous 10 days
Have had close contact with anyone COVID-19 positive within the previous 10 days
Due to hot summer temperatures
Please remain in your air-conditioned vehicle until contacted by the team for pet exchange
Use caution with hot pavement on your pets paws
Bring fresh water for your pet while you wait to stay hydrated (water bottle and bowl)

Slide Updated 2021 COVID-19 Policy In accordance with updates on policy and advice from local,
state, and federal health agencies, Eye Care For Animals clinics
have updated their COVID-19 policies:

Policy 1: Continue with the current curbside safety protocols
ALL PRACTICES REMAIN UNDER POLICY 1 PROTOCOLS UNLESS SPECIFICALL MENTIONED BELOW

Policy 2: Required masks for all and one pet parent per patient in a lobby/ exam room
ARIZONA - Phoenix,Tucson (Fort Lowell) & Tucson (Broadway)
CALIFORNIA - San Diego
KANSAS - Overland Park
MISSOURI - Lee's Summit
NEVADA - Las Vegas (eff. 7/15)
OHIO - Akron
TEXAS - Austin (eff. 6/23). El Paso (eff. 7/1), Houston

Policy 3: Optional masks for pet parents and one parent per patient in a lobby/ exam room
NEVADA - Reno

PLEASE NOTE, THE FOLLOWING PRACTICES HAVE RESUMED PRE-COVID OPERATIONS WITH CURBSIDE SERVICES STILL AVAILABLE:
ARIZONA - Avondale, Gilbert, N. Scottsdale
UTAH - Salt Lake City

ADDITIONAL DETAILS AVAILABLE ON SUBSEQUENT PAGES
Caring for you, your pets, and our team members is the cornerstone of our culture. At this time, we'll need everyone's help to do that. Thank you for your help in ensuring the continued good health of our community and our pets.
Slide Policy 1 - Continue with current curbside protocols (ALL PRACTICES are operating under this policy unless they are specifically named under Policy 2 or Policy 3.) To support the health and safety of you, your pets, and our team members, we have implemented strict intake protocols. We will continue to keep our health and safety guidelines updated in direct response to the emergence and evolution of COVID-19 protocols. CALL AHEAD: If you have a scheduled appointment or a pet emergency, please call us in advance to discuss options and intake procedures SIGNS/SYMPTOMS OF COVID-19: If you are showing symptoms of COVID-19, please call to reschedule or identify a healthy surrogate to bring your pet to our practice in your place. NO LOBBY WAITING AREA: We are limiting the number of persons in our lobby to reduce human-to-human contact. ONE CLIENT PER HOUSEHOLD: We ask that only one person accompany the pet(s) with an appointment to reduce human-to-human contact. Caring For You, Your Pets, and Our Team Members Is the Cornerstone Of Our Culture. At this time, we'll need everyone's help to do that. Thank you for your help in ensuring the continued good health of our community and our pets. Slide Policy 2
We are excited to announce that, as of Thursday, June 3, we will welcome one Pet Parent per patient into our hospital building. If a Pet Parent is accompanied by small children, we kindly encourage you to take advantage of curbside or drop off. Please note that although the CDC recently updated its guidance stating that fully vaccinated individuals are no longer required to wear face masks, we believe in safety first for all. We continue to require masks for both team members and Pet Parents for the time being. Curbside appointments are still available if you choose not to come inside the hospital – we want to make sure all of our Pet Parents are comfortable as COVID-19 guidelines continue to change. If you choose curbside service, please don't forget to call upon your arrival! As always, we appreciate your patience and support as we continue to navigate the ever-changing COVID-19 safety guidance. Thanks so much! Practices Following Policy 2: Arizona - Phoenix, Tucson (Fort Lowell) & Tucson (Broadway)
California - San Diego
Kansas - Overland Park
Missouri - Lee's Summit
Nevada - Las Vegas (eff. 7/15)
Ohio - Akron
Texas - Austin (eff. 6/23), El Paso (eff. 7/1), Houston
Slide Policy 3
We are thrilled to announce that as of Thursday, June 3, we will welcome one Pet Parent per patient into our hospital building. If a Pet Parent is accompanied by small children, we kindly encourage you to take advantage of curbside or drop off. Fully vaccinated Pet Parents may choose not to wear a mask during their visit. We trust our Pet Parents to make responsible choices and will be relying on the honor system with respect to your vaccination status and the decision not to wear a mask. Please note that we will not ask you to verify vaccination records. Curbside appointments are still available if you choose not to come inside the hospital – we want to make sure all of our Pet Parents are comfortable as COVID-19 guidelines continue to change. If you choose curbside, please don't forget to call upon your arrival! As always, we appreciate your patience and support as we navigate the ever-changing COVID-19 safety guidance. Thanks so much! Practices Following Policy 3: Nevada - Reno For the safety of our team members, kindly reschedule your appointment if you:
Are exhibiting flu-like symptoms and/or have a temperature over 100.4
Have traveled to/from known COVID-19 hot spots within the previous 10 days
Have had close contact with anyone COVID-19 positive within the previous 10 days
Due to hot summer temperatures
Please remain in your air-conditioned vehicle until contacted by the team for pet exchange
Use caution with hot pavement on your pets paws
Bring fresh water for your pet while you wait to stay hydrated (water bottle and bowl)

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