Covid-19 Protocols

Alliston Veterinary Services is pleased to announce that our office will be allowing clients into the office with their pets as of March 3rd.

We ask that upon arrival, please remain in your vehicle or outside of our office and call 705-434-2500 to check in. We are trying to limit clients waiting in the waiting room. To facilitate this, once checked in and an exam room is available, a client service representative will be in touch to bring you and your pet into our office and will escort you to the exam room. We also ask that all clients who are coming into the office fill out our covid-screening before their appointment.

While you are in the office with your pet for their appointment, we kindly ask that you wear your mask at all times and not bring any food or drinks in with you. We also ask that only one family member comes in with their pet at this time and if bringing multiple pets that we only have one in the exam room at a given time. This is to limit crowding in the exam room and to facilitate a stress-free appointment for your pet.

For clients who enjoy the curbside service, we will still have that available. Please advise at the time of booking the appointment what you would prefer.

For euthanasias, our dedicated compassion room will be open to having two family members present for the euthanasia. More family members are welcome to come but we ask that we limit the amount of people to two in the room at any given time.

We want to thank everyone for their continued patience and understanding. Please remember to be kind to our staff as we navigate re-opening in a manner that keeps everyone safe and healthy.

House Calls

Learn more about our house call services below!

House Calls

House Calls

While Alliston Veterinary Services has a state-of-the-art facility that is both a safe and welcoming place for you and your pet, we still believe there are some situations that require services best provided in the comfort of your own home. Quite simply, there are times when it is better to bring medical care to your pet than it is to require you to bring your pet to our facility.

Some pets do better in their own homes, where they are more comfortable and less likely to become agitated or anxious. Some pet owners have limited mobility making veterinary visits difficult at best and impossible at worst.

Our house call service means you and your pet can remain at home, where you are most relaxed and comfortable, and receive a personal visit from Dr. Parker and a technician. Services we are able to provide include wellness examinations, vaccinations, routine medical care, blood draws for laboratory testing, and other general services that do not require diagnostic or other medical technology.

Certainly, the most difficult, though important, house call we make is when a beloved pet has reached his or her last day. Being at home, surrounded by familiar and loving faces with a trained professional helping to ease a sick or aged pet from this world, is an important aspect.

PLEASE NOTE: Due to COVID we have temporarily suspended our House Call services but are hoping to offer them again by late summer or early fall once our entire team has been vaccinated.