Tri-City Animal & Bird Clinic

15646 Manchester Road
Ellisville, MO 63011

(636)227-4041

www.tri-cityanimalclinic.com

COVID-19 NOTICE

 

To all of our valuable clients and their pets, we at Tri-City Animal & Bird Clinic will continue to stay open to care for your pets during this difficult time, but to ensure the health and safety of you, your pets and our staff, we are implementing some new protocols: 

 

  1. We will take appointments, as usual; however, pet owners will be asked to provide detailed accounts on the phone to the staff about what is going on with their pets.
  2. When you arrive for your appointment, please call 636-227-4041, and we will review your pet’s medical history over the phone with you before one of our technicians escorts your pet into the clinic.  We will have minimal face to face contact, and we will maintain our distance while you remain in your vehicle.  We are limiting the clinic to employees and pets only.
  3. If you are showing signs of the corona virus, feeling ill or have traveled out of the area, please reschedule your appointment or have another person bring your pet in.
  4. Once inside, a doctor will complete your pet’s exam and will call with his/her exam findings or treatment recommendations.
  5. All payment for services will be due at the time of treatment, as usual, and will be processed over the phone.
  6. One of our technicians will safely return your pet back to your care.
  7. If you have arrived to pick up food or medications, call ahead and we will deliver your order to your vehicle. 

 

We are sorry if these new policies inconvenience you in any way, but in order to keep our staff healthy so that they will be here to treat your pets, we feel that these steps are necessary.  We cannot compromise on these new policies and risk the health of our staff.  We appreciate your cooperation and understanding as we implement these new policies.

Providing the finest health care for your pet.

Tri-City Animal & Bird Clinic is a full service companion animal hospital located in Ellisville, Missouri.  Since 1961 Tri-City Animal & Bird Clinic has provided quality veterinary care to the greater St. Louis county area including the Wildwood, Ellisville, Ballwin, Manchester and Chesterfield communities.  Our services and facilities are designed to assist in routine preventive care for young, healthy pets, early detection and treatment of disease as your pet ages, and complete medical and surgical care as necessary during his or her lifetime.

Our entire healthcare team is committed to providing personal attention to the unique needs of your dogs, cats, birds and exotics by offering preventive healthcare and surgery, endoscopy, avian medicine and surgery, 24-hour emergency consultation, in-house laboratory, boarding, grooming, digital radiology, ultrasonography, dentistry, hospital facilities, house calls, microchipping, pickup and delivery service and prescription diets. Tri-City's  knowledgeable, caring and dedicated team is committed to providing the finest of health care for your pet. 

Thank you for taking the time to read about our veterinary practice and the services we offer.  Please contact us at (636) 227-4041 for all your pet health care needs. 
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