New veterinary center and pet lodge in Stamford
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Oct 5, 2012 - 3:03:06 PM
Veterinarian Marcus Suppo believes in total care for pets and total convenience for their owners. In announcing the opening of Stamford Veterinary Center & My Pet Lodge, Dr. Suppo introduces the greater Stamford area to his complete care concept. The grand opening celebration will be held Sunday, October 14, from noon to 4 p.m. at 633 Hope Street in the Springdale section of Stamford (next to Splash Car Wash).
Families and their pets are invited to tour the 10,000-square-foot, newly renovated space to see the latest in pet care and medical and wellness treatment. Musician Graham Clarke and an ice cream truck will be on hand for the celebration, and other party food and product giveaways will add to the fun. To further introduce pets--and their owners--to the veterinary center and pet lodge, guests can sign up for raffle items--including free lodging, pet food, grooming, and day care.
"Before I moved to Stamford, my prior practice (Mamaroneck Veterinary Hospital and Pet Resort) had grown to encompass a full range of services that are all part of a pet's life," said Dr. Suppo. "That's the total care/total convenience concept we're bringing here." The Veterinary Center's three doctors--Marcus Suppo, Nancy Maloney, and Janet Triplett--will provide expert medical, surgical, and dental services in a state-of-the-art environment. Drs. Maloney and Triplett have practiced in the greater Stamford area for 25 years. All totaled, the doctors have 40 years of experience.
Under the same roof, My Pet Lodge offers spacious boarding accommodations; supervised indoor/outdoor play and exercise areas; an all-breeds-welcome grooming salon; and a well-stocked supply of toys and must-have staples like leashes and collars and nutritious pet food. In addition, the Stamford Veterinary Center doctors make house calls, and pets can be picked up and dropped off for routine medical appointments, day care, grooming, and boarding while riding in the safety and comfort of an extra-large, climate-controlled van.
More and more, Dr. Suppo noted, "People view their pets as members of the family, and because of that, they want the peace of mind knowing that their pet is in a secure, nurturing environment when they are away. They also want the convenience of having all of their pet's needs met in one place. That's the complete caring and convenience that we provide."
Stamford Veterinary Center & My Pet Lodge
October 14, 2012, noon to 4 pm
633 Hope Street, Stamford, CT 06907
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