Covid - 19 Info
NEW INFORMATION 3/28/2020
Even with the SHELTER IN PLACE ORDER, you are able to seek medical attention for your cats. You are also able to pick up food and medication. We are still following the below procedures. Stay healthy!
NEW INFORMATION 3/21/2020
Hello again! Someday you won't hear from us quite so often. We hope all are well and your kitties too. We have updates from our governing bodies about clinic operations. Please be patient, things are very fluid and this may change in the up coming days. But, for right now, we are only able to see ill or unstable patients, or patients with a pressing issues. We will not be able to provide any elective procedures at this time, we will be rescheduling any of those when life normalizes. The plan in place, currently, is that we will see patients Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. We will have abbreviated hours from 9 am - 4 pm. On Tuesdays and Thursdays, Dr. Grant is working on telemedicine appointments from 9 am- 4 pm, we are still working on this platform, please stay tuned. We are committed to you and your furry families and will continue to provide the care you are accustomed to. Once all of this blows over the entire staff, including Dr. Fenske, will be back to care for all of your cats. We can't wait to see you all face to face! Please be well and stay safe. Thinking of you all!
Cat Clinic is trying hard to keep our staff healthy so that we can
continue to see your kitties and remain open through this Pandemic. We are following the recommendations of our Governor and our American
Veterinary Medical Association by trying to limit human contact. We
are getting daily mandates from our AVMA, and it is possible that we
may be limited to the types of appointments that me may be able to
see in the near future. Because of this, we
may have abbreviated hours, including being closed on Saturdays in
the following weeks. We will continue to update you as things
change. For the next few weeks, we will have smaller staffing and
Dr. Fenske will be taking a leave of absence. We want to continue to
treat our patients. Please be patient with us as we navigate these
uncharted waters. We are asking you to abide to the following
If you have traveled by
air or cruise in the past 14 days or if anyone in the house is ill,
please let us know. We will ask you to find someone else to bring
your cat Parkview Cat Clinic. We need a healthy staff in order to
remain open to care for you cats.
1. Your cat MUST
be in a carrier. We will not enter your vehicle to collect your pet
that is not contained. If you do not have a carrier, we
do have some here that you can borrow while you're
here for your appointment.
When you arrive at Parkview,
please call the clinic to let us know you are here for your
appointment. Please keep your pet with you until instructed to.
Our Techs will call you to
get a history on your pet.
We will then ask you to place
your carrier on the stand we have by the door and return to your
car. A technician will escort your cat into the clinic.
A doctor will examine your
cat and make a plan.
A doctor will call you to
discuss a plan,treatments, diagnostics and explain the next steps.
Once your pet is ready to go,
we will call you for payment. We will take credit cards
over the phone.
We will then return your cat
to the carrier stand outside the clinic for you to pick up.
will be following similar procedure for pick up. Please call ahead
to ensure that we are available for you. Please keep in mind that we are a very small crew, somedays only one. If there are multiple cars in the parking lot you may have a bit of a wait while we are helping others. If you call and we don't answer the phone right away, give us a few minutes before calling back, we may be treating a patient.
Animal Emergency Referal Center
The St Paul location will be closed until further notice. If you need emergency care please call the Oakdale Location at 651-501-3766.