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New Narrabri vet clinic opens

A state of the art clinic, purpose designed with the most modern facilities for care of companion and work animals

Allpets veterinarian Stacey Dunn, left, and receptionist Vicki Allan, with 10-week-old Staffy-cattle dog cross Buddy, will be among the Allpets team welcoming visitors to the grand opening on Saturday morning.

The doors have opened on a new state of the art veterinary clinic in Narrabri.

Allpets Veterinary Clinic at 53 Cooma Road is a state of the art clinic, purpose designed with the most modern facilities for care of companion and work animals.

Allpets is open now, but veterinarian Stacey Dunn and her team will be celebrating the launch of the new clinic with a ‘grand opening day’ on Saturday morning.

Visitors will be able to inspect the clinic and its high-tech facilities for the treatment of animals, meet the team, enjoy a barbecue and an animal nursery and face painting for the kids.

Veterinarian Stacey Dunn and her family, husband Todd and three children Jordan, Lachlan and Harry, have lived in Narrabri for four years.

Stacey graduated as a veterinarian from the University of Queensland 10 years ago and has been working as a vet for the past three years.

Among her team is receptionist and general assistant Vicki Allan with many years’ experience in animal care and an encyclopedic knowledge of the Narrabri district’s pet and working animal community.