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Please read and follow our policy for all interactions. It makes our job and your experience with us run smooth and as stress free as possible. Thank you so much!
We have put thought and effort into how to serve our clients I have consulted with the Alaska State Veterinarian Dr. Gerlach
and holistic Veterinarian Dr. Brandt in Las Vegas about the virus and what steps to take.
We can provide the same amazing services for your pet while you are away or at work with incorporated safety guidelines for you and our staff.
I know we are all in a hurry BUT I NEED and REQUIRE all to READ and FOLLOW all Holy Dog! policy and instructions. I miss visiting but we are still busy with kennel chores and also having life balances so please keep requests and questions and answers DIRECT and TO THE POINT
I LOVE YOU AND THANK YOU!
We really need clients to read and follow our instructions. It alleviates stress for us here at the kennel. It also allows us to perform our job efficiently and effectively. Please take the time and feel free to ask any questions you may have. We organize our time here so calls, emails and texts that are not needing immediate attention will be answered in the later part of the day in the block of time we schedule just for office type work.
If you are not able to comply to any part of our requirements, please notify us for an alternative solution. Thank you for understanding.
When your fill out the JOT FORM on our web site you will receive this message :
" I’ve received your reservation for your pet(s). Please READ and FOLLOW the directions in the email or we will not be able to provide you service.
Drop off: ( Scheduled Time )
Pick up: ( Scheduled Time )
Please have your vet fax (907-455-6412) over current vaccinations that include
Rabies, Parvo/Distemper, Bordatella.
We also require any brand of "over the counter " Chewing Lice and Tick treatment.
Example brands are Front Line Plus or Avantax, It does not matter the brand; just that it covers Chewing Lice and Ticks.
Cold Spot Feed has a generic brand Costco Walmart Walgreens Pet Co Alaska Feed
WE NO LONGER CARRY AND SELL CHEWING LICE AND TICK TREATMENT
Please bring your own pet's food
Any comforts from home.
Any treats from home we are asking that you place in plastic sandwich size baggies for EACH DAY.
Any medications please place into a plastic 7 day a week pill minder, either a AM/PM double one or a single AM and single PM.
If you have any questions at all feel free to email here email@example.com or call our office at 907-455-6414
Holy Dog Inc!
Everyone uses text in this day and age. This is a great way for us to communicate with you when working with the dogs. They are often loud and it becomes difficult to hear on the landline.
Because we are in the hills of Fairbanks, text is best for the Holy Dog cell and receiving calls to talk just doesn't work well. If you need to hear our voice and talk, please call the land line instead. You may have to leave a message and have a wait time to hear back from us during our office block of time.
This is the message you will receive from us when you want to drop off or pick up:
Please follow these instructions...Please read & follow these instructions........🐶
Text when you are on your way for pick up or drop off with a time indication...... ( example is "Be there in 15 minutes" )
When you arrive please pull up to the numbered parking spots up top and text us what spot you are in and wait for directions and turn to pull down. We will then text you this message
Please pul down to the sidewalk by trees over to the far right so a car could pass you.
Reopening Alaska’s businesses is vital to the state’s economic well-being, and to the ability of Alaskans to provide for their families. At the same time, everyone shares in the obligation to keep Alaska safe and continue to combat the spread of COVID-19. As a result, businesses and employees must, to the extent reasonably feasible, continue to take reasonable care to protect their staff and operations during this pandemic. Meanwhile, all Alaskans have an obligation to help promote public health and fight this pandemic by continuing to follow public health guidance regarding sanitizing, handwashing, and use of face masks. Those that are at high risk of infection are encouraged to continue to self-quarantine, to the extent possible, and strictly follow social distancing mandates and advisories.
My conversation with Dr Gerlach was informative. He has advised to continue with social distancing and wearing masks with human clients and to continue with our disinfecting routine. All social play between dogs will be limited to small groups with client approval. There is no evidence to date that Covid-19 can be transmitted to humans from dogs and there are limited cases of humans giving the virus to dogs. All animals to date have recovered from Covid-19. With the science always evolving, we will check all resources frequently.
“The ASPCA is committed to prioritizing the health and safety of pets and their owners, and we are closely monitoring developments related to COVID-19,”
WVC is now the Viticus Group. There is current information from the world of veterinary medicine
Viticus Group and our industry partners have teamed up to bring you the latest and most accurate information on COVID-19 and how it relates to the veterinary community. Each week, a panel of experts join us on Facebook live to discuss recent developments and answer your questions in real-time. Watch our series of COVID-19 Veterinary Live Events on YouTube now.
Health officials across the U.S. and all over the world are working hard to combat COVID-19. The AVMA is committed to providing factual, up-to-date information and resources to support the veterinary community in delivering services during the pandemic. This work includes providing care for pets; horses; livestock (including safeguarding the nation's food supply); laboratory animals; and aquatic, exotic, and wild animals – all work that is essential and helps protect both animal and human health.
In updating this material, the AVMA is in regular contact with federal agencies, such as the CDC, FDA, and USDA; other state, national, and international veterinary and public health expert groups; intergovernmental organizations such as the WHO and OIE; lawmakers, and others.
Here’s some of the information you’ll find to help the veterinary community and animal owners meet the challenges posed by COVID-19.
Lots of free webinars.