After over ten years of research and planning, construction on the project, which was formerly referred to as the New Road Ahead, began in March of 2021. The Oregon Humane Society claims that this expansion project is the most significant one in the organization’s 154-year existence. In addition to the Community Veterinary Hospital, it features a Behavior and Rescue Center as well as an Animal Crimes Forensic Center.
Pets who are participating in the current OHS Behavior Modification Program will be relocated from the main shelter to the Behavior and Rescue Center in the middle of November, and the Forensic Center will be fully operational by the end of 2022.
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According to a news release issued by the Oregon Humane Society, the new hospital will cover a total area of 14,000 square feet and is projected to receive approximately 35,000 patient visits yearly by the year 2024.
The CVH will provide a comprehensive selection of services for animals, which will include the following:
- Dental work
- Spay/neuter services
- Urgent care Preventative care
According to OHS, the hospital is accessible to all pet owners and will provide care to those who are having financial difficulties in affording veterinary care for their animals.
According to Sharon Harmon, President and Chief Executive Officer of the OHS, “These services will be revolutionary for pets and people in this neighbourhood and beyond.” “Keeping animals with their family is the primary focus of our organisation.”
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