CDC Updates and Looking Ahead to In-Person Veterinary Care:

There is good news with Covid-19 cases falling, as more and more people in Vermont are getting vaccinated. Just last week, new CDC Guidance emerged regarding masking and vaccination status– the state and businesses are absorbing this information and formulating plans. We have had many questions from our clients about when you will be able […]

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WISHING DR. NELL PARTRIDGE A FOND GOODBYE

For the past 5 years, many of you have had the pleasure of getting to know and working with one of our Veremedy veterinarians, Dr. Nell Partridge, at one or both of our hospitals.  Some of you have also had her attend to a pet emergency visit to SAVES, our local pet emergency hospital, where […]

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A Regretful But Necessary and Temporary New Client Update

As the Covid-19 Pandemic persists, we find ourselves temporarily down a veterinarian.  It is a happy reason (maternity leave), but we regret to announce a TEMPORARY pause in scheduling NEW clients here at Veremedy Pet Hospital. We are humbled and grateful to you– our devoted clients– for the trust you place in us in referring […]

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Holiday Hours

Well, this has certainly been a year unlike any other.  We know that your lives have been turned upside down because of the Covid-19 Pandemic.  You’ve struggled through mask wearing, social isolation, poor Zoom connections, carefully orchestrated trips to the grocery store, either job loss or management of potential workplace exposure if you are still […]

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A Belated Announcement: Meet Our Newest Veterinarian!

Dr. Genni Lockerby joined the Veremedy team of veterinarians in early April, 2020.  The Coronavirus Pandemic had just hit, and we were in the midst of the just-declared State of Emergency, causing us to rework all our protocols in order to deliver veterinary health care to the pets of the Upper Valley.  Higher than normal […]

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Veremedy Pet Hospital Covid-19 Updates

THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATIENCE! After 12 weeks of fine-tuning the delivery of Curbside Care for our patients, we have settled into a routine– it’s working, but everything takes longer than it used to with added protocols and cleaning. You have been showing patience and understanding, waiting in your car while we examine, test, and […]

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Your Dog Might Really Miss You!

If you have been home a lot lately and are now preparing to return to a life that involves leaving the house, your dogs might really miss you. Instead of returning to their old normal, they might experience separation anxiety even if they never did before. Here are some tips for dealing with it: Consider […]

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PETS and COVID-19—An UPDATE

The latest headlines note that two cats with mild respiratory signs have tested positive for the virus that causes Covid-19 infections.  On the surface, this breaking news could be concerning, so we want to address it straight away.  Two key points should be remembered: Pets testing positive is a rare event.  While the number of […]

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COVID-19 And Your Pet

Below is some additional information about your pet and the COVID-19 virus. Infectious disease experts and multiple international and domestic human and animal health organizations agree there is no evidence at this point to indicate that pets become ill with COVID-19 or that they spread it to other animals, including people. If you are not […]

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THANKS FOR YOUR UNDERSTANDING—CURBSIDE CARE UPDATES!

This post is to give further details to the email sent to our clients, and to follow up a previous email. We would also like to say “Thank You!” to you, our clients.  The reaction to our adoption of the new Curbside Care protocols has been overwhelmingly understanding and supportive.  We are very appreciative of […]

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