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COVID-19 Information - Updated 03/04/2021
We are constantly monitoring information on COVID-19 infection in our immediate area, and are changing our protocols to prevent further virus transmission. These changes are based on recommendations of the CDC (Center for Disease Control), the TVMA (Texas Veterinary Medical Association), and the AVMA (American Veterinary Medical Association). Our goal is to continue providing the best care for your pets and keeping you, our community, and our staff safe. We hope the life returns to normal very soon and we thank you from all our hearts for your understanding, patience, and cooperation.
Gov. Abbott ended Texas mask mandate on March 10, 2021, however, to ensure the safety of our clients, patients, and staff, our hospital's current COVID-19 policy will remain unchanged. We will continue curbside services and will require all staff and clients to wear masks and observe social distancing.
Please call 281-286-9838 when you arrive for your appointment and wait in your vehicle. Your pet will be checked in over the phone. The veterinary technician or assistant will come to accept your pet(s) from your vehicle. Please remove the collar, harness, or leash from your pet. A clean hospital leash will be used by our staff. Cats should stay in the carriers.
The doctor will either call or come talk to you right after the exam with the examination findings and the recommended treatment plan.
To reduce possible exposure to virus we are encouraging all the paperwork to be filled out at home and emailed to us. The estimates and anesthesia consents will be emailed to you in advance, please print out, sign, and email back to us. If you are unable to print, just reply to the email with your authorization to perform services. New client form can be filled out on our website: https://www.falconpassanimalhospital.com/new-client.pml
You and your pet are still our utmost priority, and we will continue to provide high quality compassionate care during these uncertain times. Please feel free to call with any questions you might have.
We are wishing you and your pets to stay healthy and in good spirits!
Team at Falcon Pass Animal Hospital