You must be clear about a fundamental message: pets play no role in the transmission of the coronavirus. If you have a pet, this interests you a lot. So do not worry, if your pet suffers from a major problem or needs to go to the emergency room, you can count on Veterinary Clinic El Saladar, which is working with all the security measures put in place by the Government.
Different associations of veterinarians and entities that work with pets send a message of reassurance to the owners: there is no scientific evidence that pets are carriers or transmitters of the coronavirus. In addition, all veterinary clinics in Spain follow daily (for a long time, not because of this crisis), a very strict cleaning and disinfection protocol, with bactericides, fungicides and viricides that prevent any contagion.
El Saladar Veterinary Clinic offers you this information so that you gain peace of mind. And so that if your pet has significant suffering, you know that you can count on them with complete confidence. They are working with emergencies and important cases. You can contact by phone on 96 642 40 50 and make an appointment. They are on Paseo del Saladar, 62. You will find them at their usual hours: Monday to Friday, in the mornings from 10:00 a.m. to 13:30 p.m., and in the afternoons from 16:30 p.m. to 20:00 p.m. Saturdays from 11:00 a.m. to 13:00 p.m.