By Laura Perdew
The North Orange County Emergency Pet Clinic will dedicate their new 3,800 square foot building during a ribbon cutting and grand opening ceremony hosted by the Fullerton Chamber of Commerce on Thursday, July 24 at noon at the clinic located at 3920 N. Harbor Blvd. in Fullerton. Doctors and staff of the clinic and supporters will also be on hand to help introduce the new facility to the community.
The North Orange County Emergency Pet Clinic has been serving the community since 1984, when they opened a small storefront office in La Habra. The practice is owned by local veterinarians who want to provide quality after-hours care for their patients. To meet the demand for after-hours veterinary care, the group designed a larger, modernized facility at the Fullerton location.
“In an emergency, every second counts. That’s why we made sure to include in our new facility all the things that a pet would need in a critical situation,” said Elaine Myers, RVT, a member of the hospital design team. “We have emergency treatments, such as oxygen, IV fluids, blood for transfusions and snakebite anti-venom. We also have an on-site laboratory, digital x-ray and ultrasound equipment so we can have test results in …read more
Source: Fullerton Chamber of Commerce