COVID-19 Animal Advocates Veterinary Hospital - Veterinarian in Vallejo, CA US


A message about COVID-19

At  Animal Advocates Veterinary Hospital, our patients, clients, associates, and their families are at the center of everything we do. We'd like to take a moment to address concerns regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and the steps we're taking in our office. In order for us to ensure we are able to continue providing the best care for your pets during this chaotic time, we will need everyone to be considerate and prudent while we are facing this pandemic.




In light of all the recent information about COVID-19 virus, we want you to know the health and safety of you and your pets are of the utmost concern. We want to work with you and our staff to limit direct contact in order to focus on safety for everyone during this pandemic. We have also temporarily changed our intake policies to mitigate the spread of this pandemic. Accordingly, we ask that you follow the below steps for the safety of all:


Upon arrival, please remain in your vehicle and call us

CALL 707- 552- 1947

Or knock on the door  

  • After you have called we will check you in as soon as possible from your car or outside the hospital. Once you are checked in a staff member will come outside to attain a brief history and give you further instructions.
  • If you are here to pick up food or medications, please remain in your car outside the hospital and call us 707- 552- 1947. We will deliver your order to your car as quickly as possible
  • We will do our best to coordinate your visit from outside the hospital, including providing follow –up instructions, dispensing medications or food, and taking payments
  • If you are not feeling well or may be at risk of exposure, please ask a healthy friend or family member to bring your pet  


  • Implementing heightened sanitation and hand-washing procedures for all employees.
  • Increasing the frequency and extent of our cleaning practices, such as additional wipe downs of all hard surfaces including the front desk, exam rooms, offices, and high-contact areas like door handles and light switches. 
  • All instruments are being disinfected before and after being handled
  • Closely monitoring the advice and guidance from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO).
  • Educating our employees on preventative measures provided by the CDC.
  • Encouraging associates to stay home if they are not feeling well or any signs of illness.



  • Wash your hands frequently with soap and water for at least 20 seconds and use a paper towel to dry.
  • Avoid touching your face, eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands.
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
  • Stay home when you are sick.
  • Cover your nose and mouth when you cough or sneeze with a tissue, and then dispose of the tissue. 



In order to prevent any further spread of COVID-19, please stay home or reschedule your appointment if any of the below bullet points applies to you. If you feel that your pet's condition cannot wait, we ask that you please ask a friend or family member to bring your pet in on your behalf. If you must be the one to bring your pet, please call us so that we may determine how best to minimize disease exposure while treating your pet.:

  • Fever
  • Cough
  • Shortness of breath
  • Sore throat 
  • You, or a family member have been exposed to anyone that has been sick or have travelled to another country within the past 14 days.




We thank you for being a loyal patient and for your continued trust in us.


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