I hope this finds you and your pet(s) well. I am reaching out to you with an update on our clinic closure. Due to the extension of the ‘Stay at Home’ order by Governor Walz, Crookston Pet Clinic will remain closed until it is lifted. At this time, the new scheduled date is May 4th.
We understand that there are many concerns regarding your pet’s health care and we will do our best to address those as we can within our abilities during this closure. Our office will continue to be open on Tuesdays from 11am-1pm. We ask that despite these hours, you please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you plan to stop by or need any prescriptions for your pet. At this time, we recommend using our online pharmacy. It is available on our website as well as the link provided below. We will be able to approve these prescriptions on a daily basis. If you are looking to use an outside pharmacy, please have them EMAIL us, as we are unable to receive faxes at this time.
For those of you with puppies and other pets with overdue or due vaccinations, we understand your concerns and we will start scheduling these appointments when we are able to be back in the office. At this time we recommend a “Stay at Home” order for your pets as well to keep them safe. We recommend leashed walks around your property, no contact with unfamiliar animals, and no trips to the dog parks or other places where your dog may come in contact with others. The closer you keep your pets to home, the better it is for their safety at this time. If you end up bringing your pet to another clinic during this time and need records sent, please email us to let us know. While we have some limitations on what we can send from the home office, we will do our best to accommodate your needs.
We appreciate your cooperation during these uncertain times. Please reach out with any questions to our email, we will check our phone messages on Tuesdays.
Hello Crookston Pet Clinic family. I am reaching out to you today in regards to the “Stay at Home” order that has been put into place by Governor Walz. The clinic will be closed Monday March 30th through Friday April 10th. If the order is extended, our closure will as well.
We understand that your pet’s health and needs are our number one priority. That is why we will be available Tuesday morning from 11am - 1pm for any prescriptions that may need to be filled. We will not be able to monitor our phone services during this time, so we kindly ask that you direct any questions to our email: email@example.com so that we may get back to you as soon as possible. If you plan to come during this time, please notify us by email so that we can make sure to have your medication in stock and available for you.
If your pet needs emergency care, we recommend the Red River Animal Emergency Clinic in Fargo, ND. Their phone number is 701-478-9299. At this time it is our understanding that they will remain open.
These are uncertain and overwhelming times. We will be doing our best to serve you in the capacity that we can and we appreciate your patience. When the “Stay at Home” order is lifted and we return to regular hours, we will notify you and look forward to serving our community again.
Thank you for your continued support.
With the holiday season already underway, we'd just like to give our clients our updated hours.
We will be CLOSED on Monday December 25th and Monday January 1st in observation of Christmas and the New Year. Our hours will be normal otherwise.
If you have an emergency while we are closed, please call the Red River Animal Emergency Clinic at 701-478-9299, they are located in Fargo, ND.
We hope you have a fun, safe holiday season. If you have any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to call!
It's that time of year again! We'd like to just take a moment to thank all of our clients and patients at the Crookston & Prairie Pet Clinics. We are so thankful to have you as part of our lives, and we strive to provide you with the best care we can. If there is ever anything we can do to help serve you and your furry loved ones, please let us know. Have a wonderful holiday!
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