Local vets show off their new centre in Witchford that includes ward ‘dedicated to exotic pets, including chickens!’

PUBLISHED: 16:38 14 September 2015 | UPDATED: 17:06 14 September 2015

Local vets Cathy Scott and Jo Johnson have unveiled their new and extended facilities for pets, at their primary branch in Witchford.

Local vets Cathy Scott and Jo Johnson have unveiled their new and extended facilities for pets, at their primary branch in Witchford.

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Local vets Cathy Scott and Jo Johnson have unveiled their new and extended facilities for pets at their main branch in Witchford.

These include two new operating theatres, a digital x-ray suite, a dog recovery space, a carefully designed quiet cat ward removed from other animal, and a forward thinking ward dedicated to exotic pets, including chickens!

Having opened in 2013, the practice has now moved into more of the space formerly occupied by Needhams Restaurant and now takes up nearly all of the ground floor, offering state of the art modern facilities, whilst retaining its traditional approach to small animal care.

Following months of building, electrical and plumbing works the practice has finally opened the new centre.

Pictured in one of the new theatres is Rachel Shaw-Edwards veterinary surgeon performing some neutering, ably assisted by nurse Joanna James.

To book a personal tour of the new facilities contact J & S Vets on 01353 634123.


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