Sun Valley Jose Mier with an update on the reopening of our community. Sun Valley residents finally taking a sigh of partial relief in that our restaurants and other businesses that were closed before are now able to reopen, at least partially. Part of the reason for this is the low number of new cases reported in California as well as the increasing availability of vaccines.
Based on anecdotal evidence, we can see that more of our friends and colleagues are scheduling appointments for the COVID vaccine which means more people will be less likely to contract this virus over time. Psychologically, we can see sense of relief in the people that we’ve talked to, especially restaurant owners who can now take people inside the restaurants where they couldn’t before.
This is all good news or Sun Valley business. It still feels like the restrictions are unnecessary and that restaurants should be open to higher capacity, but we are glad to see any amount of indoor dining at this point after having been forced to eat outdoors or not at all. There seems to be an increased sense of optimism now given the easing up of restrictions. As promoters of Sun Valley’s economy we’re very glad to see these new steps being taken.
If you live in Sun Valley and haven’t yet taken advantage of indoor dining that you’re favorite restaurant, we are at Sun Valley Jose Mier encourage you to do so now. Let’s get Sun Valley booming again.
During this whole coronavirus madness one thing may get overlooked and that is our pets’ health. Of course if you have a pet you’re going to be concerned about its health no matter what, but we haven’t seen a lot of reporting on what the coronavirus is doing to our pets so we of Sun Valley Jose Mier thought it would be a good idea to do so and promote one of our Sun Valley businesses at same time.
If you live in Sun Valley and have a pet you may have your favorite veterinarian, but if not we’d like to take a moment to give a shout out to the Shadow Hills Pet Clinic which is located at 11814 Sheldon St. If you’re familiar with the area and you know it’s in the Stonehurst neighborhood and really it’s a stone’s throw away from East Valley Feed and Tack.
Just like people doctors and dentists the veterinarians at Shadow Hills Pet Clinic are taking precautions with respect to COVID-19 and when you make an appointment you’ll show up at the appointed time and stay in your car, with your pet of course, until your called into the office. For better or worse this is how things are being done until the coronavirus receives or disappears which we all pray is very soon.
Animals, just like humans, have their own ailments and of course as they get older they naturally may need their own medications and treatments so it’s good to identify a local Sun Valley veterinarian to help keep your pet healthy. While we at Sun Valley Jose Mier are not biased toward any particular this or veterinarian we do like the Shadow Hills Pet Clinic and just want to inform our neighbors about its existence.