Funded through private donations, the expansion included the renovation of the current clinic and the construction of a new second-story addition. The total project cost was just over $3 million.
“We are grateful to our donors, our supporters, our construction partners and our staff and volunteers for their dedication to high-quality care to our companion animals,” said Executive Director Jen Hancock. “Our new clinic enables us to enhance our services, which ultimately supports our mission of ending euthanasia in our community.”
The enlarged center means increased surgery space, hi-tech diagnostic equipment, designated infectious disease zones to treat animals with parvovirus and panleukopenia and more kennels for larger dogs, which are more at risk for euthanasia.