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Doctor is unavailable to see patients or prescribe medications

To have your pet’s medical record forwarded to another veterinary practice, Contact Us or leave a message at 757-583-2610 with the name of the new veterinary office.

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Temporary schedule description

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Dear Clients,

As the number of people diagnosed with COVID-19 [aka novel Coronavirus] continues to rise in Hampton Roads, we are compelled to increase our protective measures — both for our clients and ourselves and as a matter of public health.

The following restrictions are currently in place:

*We cannot accept walk-ins for pet care or food & medication refills.

*Refill orders must be placed by phone; a pick-up time will be determined, and we will deliver the items to you at your vehicle in our parking lot. Please have your payment ready.

*Clients are asked to remain in their vehicle while their pet is seen by the doctor. If the pet is not comfortable in its owner’s absence, we will reschedule the visit.

*From this point, we are scheduling visits to take place in late April and beyond. We will continue to assess the local numbers of COVID-19, and make further decisions about whether or when to close the clinic and postpone all visits.

*In the event of an emergency, contact Blue Pearl Pet Hospital at 757-499-5463.

Other notes you may need:

*Our FAX machine is offline and unable to receive documents. Please route all documents through our email: 

*Registered clients should Contact Us with any questions or concerns.

As much as possible:


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Dear Clients,
Due to the serious nature of COVID-19 [aka Coronavirus], its presence locally, and our doctor and some clients falling into a high-risk category if they contract the disease, we are closed today (Friday, March 13th) in order to deep-clean and assess our readiness to protect the health of our clients and ourselves in the face of this new viral strain.

We also ask that, if you are showing signs of illness, have traveled to Coronavirus “hotspots” lately — or are in physical contact with someone who is sick or has been to an infected area — that you postpone your pet’s services for 2-3 weeks or until the potential for transmitting illness has passed.

We know this can be a major inconvenience, but health experts are recommending doing all we can to stop or slow the transmission of what, for some people, is a fatal illness.

Thank you for your patience and understanding.

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Little Creek Veterinary Clinic has posted
its holiday schedule*

We recommend ordering any needed food or medication refills by 4 PM on Friday, December 20th.

Contact Us about your pet’s medications.

Holiday hours

*Subject to change

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Schedule for clinic

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Schedule update for November 21

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Halloween schedule announcement


Image courtesy of The Graphics Fairy

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Little Creek Veterinary Clinic will be closed on Friday, September 6th, due to expected hurricane conditions.

As soon as we are able to safely return to the office, we will inspect the building and contents, and determine when to re-open. Much of the decision is dependent, also, on whether or not there is a power outage in our area. 

At this time, it is unknown if we will be open Saturday, Sept. 7th or closed for the weekend.

We will update our website and Facebook page as more information becomes available.

Clients with appointments scheduled for Saturday will be notified of our status, directly, when possible.

Emergencies, call 757-499-5463.

Stay safe!

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Storm sign

At Little Creek Veterinary Clinic, we are optimistically scheduling patient appointments for Thursday, Friday, and Saturday this week (Sept. 5-7).

However, if Hurricane Dorian arrives on our shores, we will close for safety’s sake, until the storm has passed and we have determined the building and its contents are ready for action.

We will make every effort to reschedule our Thursday, Friday, and Saturday patients, if our clinic must close due to the storm.

Please be aware that some vaccines and medications may be in short supply, due to shipping restrictions and business closings during rough weather. We will notify you if your pet’s appointment will be affected by shortages.

Read our post with links on Disaster Planning here.

Read our posts with links on storm stress in pets here and here.


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