The Offical Opening of WVS Animal Hospital

What a great day we had! The official opening of WVS Animal Hospital with Mayor Luke Smith and Councilor Laurie Koranski was a success. We had an excellent turn out of 150 people from the local community, despite the rain.

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The official opening of WVS Animal Hospital with Mayor Luke Smith and Councilor Laurie Koranski was a success.

We had an excellent turn out of 150 people from the local community, despite the rain.
We were entertained by hidden talents from the WVS staff, Wittey showed her true colours with her balloon animals. Em and Sam had fun with the surgery display too.

We are so proud of our new hospital, built by Hobbs Building and Interiors. Our staff showed everyone through the new facility and spacious kennel and cattery.

A big thank you to Cockerspaniel Rescue, Wild Encounters, Suzie’s facepainting, the girls from Craig A Murray’s dog training and to our suppliers who dontated to the goodie bags.

Thank you for all of the people that joined us, we had a ball, we hope you did too!

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