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Vet On The Corner

VET ON THE CORNER

 

 

 

 

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Text Box: In Lincoln David recently met up with Christopher Timothy who many will  remember fondly as James Herriot in the BBC television series All Creatures Great and Small. Christopher wished David all the very best with his new vet practice!
Text Box: BUILDING WORK IN PROGRESS!

Going back to...DECEMBER 2006

2007 has been a truly amazing time for us at Vet on the Corner. We have had more support than we could have ever wished for and now have a waiting list for new clients. We have met many new faces and greeted old friends throughout the course of the year.

Many pets have walked through the doors and we have had more than our fair share of unusual cases including:

two lost ferrets, an injured duck, a constipated python

and a tiny baby rabbit who had been very badly injured when only a few days old.

 

Updating the website had to be put on hold for a while as we got very busy indeed and as always the animals come first. It didnít help when part of the content got lost in cyberspace but we have had plenty of offers of help from those of you who are technically minded and we would just like to say to Nick ÖTHANK YOU!

We canít leave out a mention for the Horncastle Skatepark which we fully support here at Vet on the Corner. 2007 saw the installation of the first piece of equipment on the playing fields. Well done HSCSG

We just about escaped the floods managing to get away with just a trickle through the door. It got a bit scary at one point as the flood water started to creep nearer and nearer to the front door in the middle of an operation!

Waiting to open the new

VET ON THE CORNER

We opened our doors on 4th December 2006.

On 6th December we held an open evening to coincide with the Christmas Market and had nearly 200 people visit for mulled wine and nibbles, It was fantastic!