Happy Christmas from Me to You!
Just a quick post today. I wanted to take the opportunity to wish you all a Happy Christmas!
I hope you have a fantastic time with your families, with your friends, wherever you are in the world. I hope too that you manage to have a great break, that the weather's kind and you get some great presents of course (did you buy your pet one of my suggested Christmas gifts!?).
Of course, Christmas is all about being with the people that we care about. I'm going to spend Christmas with my family although unfortunately I've drawn the short straw this year and I'm on call. So fingers crossed I won't get too many emergency calls! I'm also on duty from the Friday night before Christmas to the 27th. A reasonable stretch of time but someone's got to do the job.
Hopefully you don't need to see your vet, but if you do I'm sure they'll give you a great service.
It's something that is very important to us, to make sure that our clients and our patients are cared for and have an emergency provision 24/7/365. We never know when our pets are going to get sick.
It is important to know what your vet’s emergency cover is as not all clinics run their own out-of-hours emergency service. If your vet uses a different emergency provider then it is important to know where that is and what number to call so that, should your pet become unwell and need attention, you have one less thing to worry about.
Just like me, if you're working in the human health field, if you're doing another job that's critical to keeping society running and you happen to be working Christmas, then my thoughts are with you and I hope at some point in the near future you managed to have a few days off and spend some time with the people that you love.
Thanks too for your support over the last year and a bit more. It’s been just under 14 months that ourpetshealth.com has been up and running and I’m delighted to have you along for the journey!
Anyway, that's it for me today. Have a fantastic Christmas and I'll see you in the new year.
Our Pets Health: because they’re family