The steel frame goes up and we’re (almost) in business

Progress Update Eight It's only Wednesday which is half way into week nine of our build, but we were just so darn excited about our new hospital finally taking shape that we needed to share this post and pics with you asap. Luke and his team (namely his brother Mark) have been busy measuring and flicking out the lines for the frame.

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Progress Update Eight

It’s only Wednesday which is half way into week nine of our build, but we were just so darn ecstatic about our new hospital finally taking shape that we needed to share this post and pics with you asap. Luke and his team (namely his brother Mark) have been busy measuring and flicking out the lines for the steel frame.

This was an extremely exciting time as could then get a feel for the size and placement of each room, where the plumbing and drains had been placed and sould really start to imagine the cabinetry and furniture placement.

Than literally within a day, our concrete slab with marked red lines turned into a house with external steel walls, window openings and a wide and welcoming front door.

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Windaroo Animal Hospital continues to practice social distancing, keeping you and our Team safe.

You have 3 options: We are now allowing ONE client into the Hospital for consultations. If your dog is vaccinated we can have an outdoor consultation in the garden. We can continue to communicate through the window.

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We will continue to bring food and medications out to your car, so please phone ahead for convenience.

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