Nothing to faint at - A pen filled with fainting goats were among the animal attractions at the Central Veterinary Clinic open house on Sept. 8. While the event included tours of the new building, the public also got to see dogs, cats, horses and bulls along with enjoying a bbq lunch and cake. Photo by Jordie Dwyer

PHOTOS: Central Vet holds open house

Ponoka’s Central Veterinary Clinic swung open the doors to its new facility on Sept. 8

By Jordie Dwyer

Ponoka’s Central Veterinary Clinic swung open the doors to its new facility on Sept. 8

 

Purebred pair - Two purebred Brahma’s, seven year old Maximus and six month old Maggie, show off the outdoor large animal pen during the Central Veterinary Clinic open house Sept. 8. The pair garnered a lot of the public attention at the event. Photo by Jordie Dwyer

New, better facilities - People that headed down to the Central Veterinary Clinic open house on Sept. 8 got a good look inside the new building, including the large treatment and surgical areas. As well as tours, the public were able to enjoy a bbq lunch, cake and the chance to see some animals. Photo by Jordie Dwyer

Animal touch - Samantha Karowich from Old MacDonald Kennels helps Knoxley to pet a small kitten during the Central Veterinary Clinics open house on Sept. 8. Children and adults alike received tours of the new building along with the opportunity to see some animals and grab a bbq lunch. Photo by Jordie Dwyer

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