covid updates

COVID-19 Updates for Our Pet Parents in Fayetteville

Dear Pet Parents,

At Best Friends Animal Hospital our top priority is always the safety and well-being of not only our patients, but our clients, and staff as well. Best Friends Animal Hospital and Pet Hotel will continue to stay open during our normal business hours and will be here for you and your pets. Our lobby is back and OPEN to the public, we are still offering curbside service as well. Either give us a call or come on in upon your arrival!

Our lobby and exam rooms no longer have a mask requirement, however, if anyone is more comfortable with our staff wearing a mask during your visit, we will accommodate. We thank you for your cooperation and patience while we all navigate through these difficult times!

We still kindly ask that if you or anyone that you have been in contact with is experiencing/has experienced any flu-like symptoms or fever, please do not come to our clinic - we will be happy to reschedule your appointment at a safer time. Give us a call at (479) 251-8387 to reschedule your appointment. Also, don’t forget about our online store in which products are shipped directly to your home!

Your Pet & COVID-19

We continue to stay up to date as more information is found regarding the coronavirus. Currently, there is no evidence supporting that household pets can become sick from COVID-19. Many infectious disease experts including the CDC, World Health Organization, and World Health Organization for Animal Health have found that there is no evidence to suggest that dogs or cats can be a carrier of SARS-CoV-2, including spreading COID-19 to humans. Please follow us on Facebook, where we will continue to update you with the latest information as it is released!

To inquire further, and stay up to date on the latest, feel free to visit these websites from the CDC and AVMA for more information:

We appreciate your support, understanding, and patience through this time. Please do not hesitate to contact us at (479) 251-8387 with any questions and/or concerns.

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