COVID – 19 Updates and Safety Precautions 

Meyer Veterinary Clinic is OPEN and happy to help you and your beloved pets!

 

We are here for you and your pets. Due to the crucial role we play in the health and continuity of care for your pets, veterinary medicine has been deemed an essential business by authorities and we will continue to operate during these stressful times.

However, we are making changes to help ensure the health and safety of our staff and clients. Please read below.

We are open for all services by appointment only. Please call ahead to schedule. 

 

STARTING MONDAY 6-22-2020 

We will be allowing ONE client in the building per appointment scheduled.

  • Please call when you arrive and wait in your vehicle until you are called to come in.

  • Masks will be required to enter the building​.

All medication and food refills will still need to call ahead and pay over the phone.

  • Please call when you arrive for pick up .

  • We will meet you at the front door with your product.

Surgery, Grooming and Boarding drop offs please call when you arrive and we will check you in over the phone

  • At this time we are not accepting any personal belongings with pets (except medications and food, please make sure to sanitize containers before coming in)

THINGS TO BE PREPARED FOR:

DO I HAVE MY CELL PHONE?

Please bring your cell phone with you to your appointment and call when you arrive.

231-775-4104 Once you arrive we will give you further instructions.

HOW AM I PAYING?

For the safety of our staff and clients we are trying to limit contact when possible, by doing this we are trying to take all payments over the phone. 

IS MY PET ON A LEASH OR IN A CARRIER?

If you wish to still do curbside service it is very important for the safety of your pet(s) that you bring them on a leash or in a carrier. It makes the transition from owner to technician much easier and safer. 

AM I PREPARED FOR LONGER WAIT TIMES?

Please be prepared for longer wait times during your visit, as all of our protocol has changed and we are taking extra sanitation precautions. Please make sure your phone is available as this makes it easier to communicate with you. 

IS ANYONE IN MY HOUSEHOLD ILL OR HAVE I BEEN EXPOSED TO ANYONE?

If you or anyone you have been exposed to are showing signs of Covid-19 please let our staff know. We may require you to have someone else bring in/pickup your pet.. 

 

Meyer Veterinary Clinic email@meyervetclinic.net

Phone: 231-775-4104

Fax: 231-775-3874

1544 McKinley Cadillac MI 49601

Hours

Monday-Friday 7:30am - 6:00pm

Saturday 8:00am - 3:00pm

Sunday Boarding Pickup ONLY 4:00pm - 6:00 pm

ABOUT MEYER VETERINARY CLINIC

​All Family Pets & Horses

Early Morning and Evening
Appointments Available
Boarding & Grooming


Walk-ins Welcome!
(But will be worked in between scheduled appointments)

 

At Meyer Veterinary Clinic we pride ourselves on having a friendly, highly trained and compassionate staff. 

 

Our facility is equipped with the latest technology to help us diagnose and treat your animals. Our goal is to provide the highest quality medicine to your pets and to be accessible, compassionate and professional. 

 

Our staff keeps up with the latest advances in veterinary medicine in order to maintain this high standard of care. We have the highest quality of services in the area and are available for emergencies until Midnight. Please take a look around our website then give us a call to schedule your appointment. We look forward to welcoming you and your pets into the Meyer Veterinary Clinic family!

CLIENT TESTIMONIALS

 

ATTENTION CLIENTS

Rabies

Effective April 1st, 2019, any Rabies vaccination to be given will require an exam by a veterinarian the same day. This is in accordance with recent regulations from the Michigan Veterinary Medical Association (MVMA). 

 

Rabies vaccinations should be given to healthy animals only, which warrants an exam by a licensed veterinarian. We apologize for any inconvenience. 

Care Credit

Effective immediately and due to Care Credit regulations, we will no longer be able to process Care Credit transactions over the phone. Upon payment, the card holder must be present and will have to provide two valid forms of ID (Driver's license, Debit or Credit Card, OR Care Credit Card).