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Veterinary surgery opens in Cranham following £100,000 revamp

PUBLISHED: 12:00 29 March 2017

Veterinary nurses Emily Draper and Katherine Durban, clinical director William Lewis, vet Melina Mihaylova, with 10-month-old crossbreed dog Puppy Bear.

Veterinary nurses Emily Draper and Katherine Durban, clinical director William Lewis, vet Melina Mihaylova, with 10-month-old crossbreed dog Puppy Bear.

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Pet lovers have a new port of call for when their animals are feeling paw-ly as a new veterinary surgery has opened following a £100,000 investment.

The former pet store, in Moor Lane, Cranham, becomes the 19th VetSavers branch across the country and features state-of-the-art facilities including a laboratory, theatre, consulting rooms and a waiting room.

This means the surgery will be able to carry out operations, dental procedures, neutering and vaccinations as well as providing general health care.

Best Friends Group, which owns VetsSavers, Area Manager Kelly Smyth said: “We felt there was a gap in the market for affordable veterinary care in that area, and we have been proved right as there is huge demand.

“Within the space of just a few weeks, we have more than 100 clients because people need an affordable, quality veterinary service for their pets, offering the best possible treatment and care.

“We have had fantastic comments and feedback from new clients, and it proved to be the right time to open the new surgery.

“It was very run down and needed a lot of investment, care and hard work to transform it into a modern vet’s surgery.”

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