Great Lakes Equine
GLE Staff

Coronavirus Concerns \ by GLE Staff \

Dear Valued GLE Client,

In these uncertain times, we would like you to know that all of us at Great Lakes Equine remain committed to taking care of your equine health care needs. We will continue to see your horses on your farm or in the clinic and we continue to be open for emergencies 24 hours a day 7 days a week. We will remain flexible for what the future holds and what regulations may be put into place.

Our number one goal is to keep our clients and employees safe while still delivering the best in equine health care. When we visit your farm, we will follow CDC guidelines for cleanliness standards. Our veterinarians and technicians will use hand sanitizer or hand washing in between each visit and throughout the day. We will be wiping down any possible contaminated surfaces and most importantly, all employees who are experiencing symptoms of Covid 19 have been asked to stay home.

For your safety, you are not required to be at your appointments. If your horse is left in a stall and we know ahead of time that you will not be there, we can bring assistance and complete our work without your presence. We can be in contact vie the telephone and make sure that all of your questions are answered. In turn we also ask that you limit the number of people your farm at any given time to reduce the possible spread of Covid 19.

If you need to reschedule for any reason, know that we do not charge any rescheduling fees and we understand that your safety is priority one. Also know that Covid 19 is not of danger to your horse. There is no reason to worry about your horse contracting this disease. Remember that spring is here and we need to get your equine friends protected against mosquito borne diseases and other common ailments for which there are vaccines. If you are able to keep your appointments, it is advisable.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at 920-779-4444. The next few weeks will require flexibility and adaptability but we here at Great Lakes Equine are ready.


Great Lakes Equine

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