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    Cleaner vets mean healthier pets

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    With any house pet, it can be heart-breaking to see them hurt or become seriously ill. So, when visiting the vets, you expect that your pet will get the same standards of hygiene and cleanliness as us.

    The vet’s place of work is a medical facility and as such there will always be the risk of contamination. Having a regular and efficient cleaning regime can keep the risk of contamination low. But, in a vets, there are certain areas where high standards of cleaning are essential.

    Reception Area:

    As we all know the waiting area can be jam-packed with a menagerie of house pets and with so many coming pets coming in and out regularly, it is important that the reception desk and waiting area is cleaning frequently.

    Examination and treatment rooms:

    These areas need to be kept as hygienic as possible. The treatment table should be cleaned down after every patient and any litter bins need to be emptied frequently.

    Ceiling fans and vents:

    Ceiling fans and vents can collect dust and dirt quite quickly and without regular cleaning, they can be perfect breeding grounds for mould, germs and bacteria. Without regular cleaning, these areas can spread germs and bacteria, contamination surfaces and endangering pets, their owners and even veterinary staff so having these regularly cleaning is essential.


    It can be quite difficult to keep kennel areas clean, but it is one area that must be cleaned thoroughly.

    We at A&R Cleaning services have over 40 years’ experience in providing professional cleaning services to medical facilities including veterinary practices. If you would like to find out more about our professional cleaning services visit our website. If you would like to discuss how we can keep your practice hygienic and clean then call A&R Cleaning Services on 01656 713950

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