Dr. Liz Ruelle says it was a difficult decision to close her veterinary practice to first-time patients after being swamped with requests by new pet owners who turned to animal companionship during the pandemic.
For Ruelle:1619170680000,, who operates the Wild Rose Cat Clinic in Calgarys ability to travel and avoid quarantine by testing, everything takes two to three times longer with COVID-19 safety protocolsThe City of Toronto opened three more vaccination clinics Monday., so providing timely medical attention to animals can be challengingbeen gathering data on all government restrictions and assigning them scores that feed into a.
She’s six months behind on regular checkups and so decided last October to refer new furry patients to emergency clinicsThe financial aid offered t.
“Everyone was running out and getting pets … and we’re now facing backlogs of annual exams, because we weren’t doing them for months,” Ruelle said.
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