Digging out the all important Hospital footings

Progress Update Three We've had semi trailers, utes, excavation equipment and workmen galore this week ensuring our footings are ready for concrete. It's been an exciting process watching the earthworks unfold - bringing us one step closer to our opening date in March 2016.

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Progress Update Three

We’ve had semi trailers, utes, excavation euipment and workmen galore this week ensuring our footings are ready for concrete. It’s been an exciting process watching the earthworks unfold – bring us one step closer to our opening date in March 2016.

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Our community has done an amazing job so far. The Team at Windaroo Animal Hospital are working hard to continue to maintain social distancing, keeping you and our Team safe. This is a team effort.

Please phone ahead for Food, Product and medications or an appointment for the Vet to see your pet. Phone us when you arrive at the Hospital. We will come to you.

We can communicate with you through our windows or if your dog is vaccinated, you can have an outdoor consultation in our beautiful garden . We can arrange home delivery of preventatives and medications.

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