Hospital Schedule Updates

On account of recent events, we wanted to post 3 new changes regarding our hospital schedule.
1. Starting Thursday, Jan 20 we will no longer offer Dayboarding on any Thursday. Day boarding will continue to be offered on all other weekdays other than Thursdays.
2. We will be closed Monday- Friday from 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm for lunch. During this time there will be no drop-offs or pick-ups of any kind. Phones will be turned off during this period. If you need to speak to a Woodland team member please do so before 1:30 pm or after 2:30 pm.
3. There will be NO doctor on Thursdays, therefore pets that need any type of service will not be able to be seen on Thursdays. We will continue to see patients Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Fridays. We will be closed on Thursday. Thank you for your understanding.

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