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During these hard times we at San Miguel Veterinary Clinic understand the community concerns for safety of both the citizens of the community and their furry family members. We are here for you and your pets when you need us, especially in the case of an emergency when treatment is most needed.

In our office we are practicing social distancing and if you would like, we can even come out to the parking lot to retrieve your pet for their appointment with us so that you do not have to come into the office.The Dr. is also available to make Ranch/House Calls if requested and as time allows.

Thankfully we have been able to arrange a protocol to be able to hold our Spay and Neuter Clinic again this spring/summer. We will be holding it from June 1st through June 5th. However, we have modified our procedures to keep drop-off times of pets to a minimum and we ask that clients please read over our full COVID-19 Protocol before applying for your pet to be a part of this clinic.

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With all of the stress currently on our Health Care System, we at SMVC do recommend that all Cats & Dogs be kept up-to-date on Rabies vaccinations and that Dogs also receive a Leptospirosis Vaccination to help prevent these zoonotic diseases from being passed from your pets to your family.

We are able to accept credit/debit cards over the phone and we can mail medications and supplements to you if needed. We also have an online pharmacy that many supplies, prescription or not, can be ordered from and delivered straight to you. As with just about everything right now, you may experience delivery delays so please be sure to order your pet’s supplies early in order to be sure you won’t run out before your shipment arrives.

Until then, if a situation arises, such as you own a brother and sister pair of pets, you can contact our office about getting the female spayed so that there is no accidental breeding between siblings. If you are in need of financial help to do so talk to our receptionist about vouchers that may be available to you. Please note there are multiple different groups that we work with that help financially and they all have different requirements, so we should be able to find a solution for you.

If you don’t know if your pet’s situation is something that can wait or is a situation that they should be seen sooner rather than later, please feel free to call our office and we will be happy to assist you with your individual situation.

Our hearts go our to our community, state, country, and world as we all face this constantly evolving situation together. Stay safe out there.