COVID-19 Spay/Neuter and Wellness Clinic Preparedness Guide
October 26, 2020
Spay/neuter services and clinic operations have been greatly impacted by the pandemic. This COVID-19 Spay/Neuter and Wellness Clinic Preparedness Guide is a collaborative effort led by shelter and spay/neuter professionals to help clinic leadership formulate the safest and most reasonable approaches to operating spay/neuter and wellness clinics and maintain lifesaving functions.
Topics covered include:
- Prioritizing patients
- Surgical supplies and PPE
- Anesthetic considerations
- Intake protocols and social distancing
- Paperwork and record keeping
- Post-operative care
Download the guide below, and remember to check the guide links often, as protocols will change based on the latest information.
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