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To Our Valued Clients,

The safety and well-being of our clients, patients, and staff are our highest priority. As such, we are closely monitoring the most recent reports from the CDC as well as state and local government agencies relating to COVID-19.

In response to updated reports and information that continues to be presented, we are taking all precautions necessary to protect everyone’s well-being and have made the decision to institute a “no visitor” policy starting March 20, 2020, until further notice. This means that only hospital personnel will be allowed in the building. In order for us to adhere to this and still continue to provide our clients and their pets with the care needed, we are taking the following measures:

  1. All patient examinations will be either concierge “curbside” or drop-off appointments. When you arrive at the hospital for your appointment time, please call the office from your car to let staff know that you are here. A staff member will come out to your car to bring your pet inside for its exam. Once examined, the doctor will call you to go over any findings and recommendations. After the examination and/or diagnostics are done, your pet will be brought back out to you. A staff member will then be out to collect payment (credit card payments can be made over the phone) for the visit as well as bring you any prescribed medications.
  2. Our hours have changed:
    Mon – Thurs: 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM, Fri: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM, Sat: 8:00 AM – 3:00 PM, and closed on Sundays until this crisis passes.
  3. All medication pick-ups will also be curbside. Please call us when you arrive, and we will deliver the ordered items to your car. Now is also an ideal time to utilize our online pharmacy for home delivery of medications and prescription diets. Please visit our online pharmacy here.
  4. We ask that if you or your family members are sick, please reschedule your appointment or ask that someone else bring your pet in.

If anyone has any questions, please call or email us. We will continue to stay in touch and keep you up to date on any changes going forward and appreciate your understanding.

Best regards,

The Doctors & Staff of Sully Animal Hospital

Poisonous Plants to Avoid

Many plants can be toxic to cats and dogs. For more information, check out the list below.

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Arum Lily
Australian Flame Tree
Autumn Crocus
Avocado
Azalea Baneberry
Bird Of Paradise
Bishop’s Weed
Black Laurel
Black Locust
Bleeding Heart
Bloodroot
Blue-Green Algae
Bluebonnet
Boxwood
Bracken Fern
Buckthorn
Bulb Flowers
Burdock
Cacao
Caladium
Calla Lily
Camel Bush
Cardinal Flower
Chalice
Cherry Tree

Chinaberry Tree
Clematis
Cocklebur
Coffee
Coral Plant
Coriander
Dieffenbachia
Easter Lily
Elderberry
Elephant Ear (Taro)
English Ivy
Eucalyptus
Euonymus
False Hellebore
Felt Plant
Firethorn
Flame Tree
Four O’Clock
Foxglove
Glottidium
Golden Chain
Ground Cherry
Heaths
Heliotrope
Hemlock

Henbane
Holly
Honeysuckle
Horse Chestnut
Horsetail
Hydrangea
Jasmine
Jimsonweed
Lantana
Larkspur
Lily Of The Valley
Lupine
Mandrake
Marijuana
Mexican Poppy
Milkweed
Mistletoe
Mock Orange
Monkshood
Moonseed
Morning Glory
Mountain Laurel
Mushrooms
Nightshades
Oak

Oleander
Periwinkle
Philodendron
Pigweed
Poinciana
Poinsettia
Poison Ivy
Poison Oak
Pokeweed
Potato Shoots
Privet
Pyricantha
Rain Tree
Ranunculus (Buttercup)
Rape
Red Maple
Snowdrop
Spurges
Sweet Pea
Tansy
Tobacco
Vetch
Wisteria
Yellow Jasmine
Yews