Vet us play!

PUBLISHED: 12:16 16 November 2006 | UPDATED: 13:36 04 May 2010

Emma finds a new friend in Muzzy

Emma finds a new friend in Muzzy

ANIMAL magic drew the crowds on Sunday when the Isle Veterinary Group officially opened its purpose-built surgery. Delighted youngsters found plenty of new playmates among the animals that turned up to help celebrate the opening with a family fun day. Gam

Buzz the poodle gets his teeth cleaned by Clara-Marie, helped by vet Karen Church

ANIMAL magic drew the crowds on Sunday when the Isle Veterinary Group officially opened its purpose-built surgery.

Delighted youngsters found plenty of new playmates among the animals that turned up to help celebrate the opening with a family fun day.

Games and competitions for all ages proved a hit with visitors to the surgery in Ely's West Fen Road, which was officially opened by Linda Hutchinson, co-ordinator of Ely Cats Protection and trustee of Elysian Riding for the Disabled.

East Anglian Working Newfoundlands showed off their skills and youngsters enjoyed lending a hand with a number of tasks involving the animals.

Face painting, a bouncy castle, dog agility, a barbecue and balloon modelling all added to the fun.


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