Our public hospitals and emergency receiving units are open twenty four hours a day, so why can’t the doors be open for much longer for our beloved pets? That would have been one of those questions asked by concerned pet parents in the past because today all of that has changed. Today, veterinary clinics and animal hospitals are indeed staying open for much longer. Go to a Shoreview Veterinary Clinic and you may see evidence of that tonight.
In any case, many vet clinics and pet care hospitals are commercial enterprises. It makes business sense for them to extend their operating hours until well into the evening in order to cater for those pet parents who have no alternative but to pay them a visit in the evening after they have finished work for the day. Many parents cannot get away from work during the day. And many employers would be even more uncaring when approached for time off to take care of a sick animal.
It’s sad, isn’t it? It is also a pity that public enterprises have not been able to be as accommodating. Because there are still many folks out there who do not have the resources to afford private care. Those that can need to spread the love. Tell others just how well the private veterinary clinics and animal hospitals take care of all emergencies by staying open for much longer and servicing more pet parents and their animals.
There are good lessons to be learned about commitment and genuine care. And it is also nice to know that there are vets out there who are prepared to come out your way to attend to your little emergency.