Pets offer a healthy diversion 

Flea and tick season is approaching soon, and Dr. Jordan Kobilca from Door County Veterinary Hospital in Sturgeon Bay reminds pet owners to make sure your dog has the proper preventative protection for the spring and summer.  He assures people that veterinary services are operating as usual, although having your pet seen may take a little more time.   He says spending more time at home with your families and pets can be positive.



Dr. Jordan says his clinics are allowing for curbside drop-off of pets to accommodate people with social distancing.  He says his veterinary hospital has enough medical supplies for the foreseeable future, but surgical masks and gloves are on backorder at this time.  The Centers for Disease Control have stated that there is no evidence that pets can spread COVID-19.


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