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We are closely monitoring the situation surrounding increased cases of respiratory viruses in dogs in our local area.
Woofies wants you to know that the health and safety of your pets is of the utmost priority to us. As pet parents and pet lovers, we understand any concerns you may have related to keeping your pets safe. We want you to know that we are fully committed to supporting you as more information becomes available.
As passionate pet lovers, Woofie’s has always maintained the highest level of professionalism and cleanliness when it comes to caring for your pets and their environments; which is why it is our standard of service to encourage pet sitters and dog walkers to wash their hands thoroughly and use sanitizer between appointments. In addition, Woofie’s groomers are diligent about cleaning and sanitizing the mobile pet spa environment and their equipment with veterinarian grade sanitizer between grooming appointments and at the end of each day.
We are working closely with our team members to make sure that they alert us immediately if they notice any dog in their care experiencing any dog flu-like symptoms. In addition, we make hand sanitizers available our walkers and pet sitters to be used before and after each appointment. Please rest assured that we are taking every precaution possible to do our part to prevent the spread of the Canine Flu.
- For all mobile pet spa clients: If your pet is experiencing any dog flu-like symptoms, we ask you to please contact us so that we may reschedule your pet’s appointment. There will be no cancellation charges for last minute or future cancellations.
- For all pet sitting and dog walking clients: If your pet is experiencing any dog flu-like symptoms, we ask you to please contact us. If we can cancel your appointment, please know there will be no cancellation charges for last minute or future cancellations. Please rest assured we will do whatever is necessary to ensure the ongoing care for your pets!
We highly recommend contacting your veterinarian to learn more about Bordetella (kennel cough) and Canine Influenza vaccines if your pet is not currently vaccinated. For more information about canine influenza and the symptoms in dogs, we encourage you to visit the links below or contact your veterinarian:
- Dog Flu: Symptoms, Treatment, and Prevention for Canine Influenza (akc.org)
- Key Facts about Canine Influenza (Dog Flu) | Seasonal Influenza (Flu) | CDC