COVID-19 Protocols

Far Hills Animal Clinic is open to assist you and your pet during this time.  Due to more stringent social distancing protocols, no clients will be allowed in the building for product pick up. We ask that all clients park and call us upon arrival from the car and we will help you from there. 

Appointments are back to being done "car-side". Due to the increase in the number of Covid-19 cases and the new requirements, we have made this decision to protect our clients and staff. With car-side appointments please park and call the clinic. Then one of our staff will come out to your vehicle and get a brief history. They will then bring your pet inside to see your Vet. After the examination the doctor will come outside and discuss the exam findings and any treatments that may be medically necessary. Treatments will not start until they have discussed this with you. We do require 24 hour notice for any canceled or rescheduled appointments. If proper notice is not given, you may be charged a missed appointment fee. End of life appointments can be arranged to be done in the clinic so you can be with your loved one, but we require face masks and no more than 2 people, other than the doctor, in the room.

Medicine and Food Pickup are being done "car-side". When calling in your order, you can pay for it at that time or at pick-up. Again we ask that you stay in your vehicle and call the clinic when you park. One of our staff members will bring your order out to you. Due to limited staffing, we are unable to do any pick ups between 12 and 2 pm.

Surgeries and dental cleanings have gone back to normal.

Please be patient with us through this time. We are doing our best to provide your loved ones with the treatment and care they need and deserve. Our staff is taking extra precautions to help ensure your safety as well as theirs. We are making sure everything is cleaned thoroughly between each appointment and patient. Extra attention is being paid to the doors and other commonly touched surfaces. Social distancing is being practiced within the clinic and proper protection is being used. All of these extra precautions may make wait times and appointment times longer than usual, please be patient as we work with you to provide the best care for you and your pets.

Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Centerville Office


8 AM - 6 PM


8 AM - 6 PM


8 AM - 6 PM


8 AM - 6 PM


8 AM - 6 PM


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