Dr. Chris Feaster has owned Valley Veterinary Clinic on Durham Road in Buckingham for just about a year and in that time, he has seen dogs, cats, small animals, chickens, ducks and goats.
On Saturday, the practice held an open house with snakes, cake and a number of animal rescue services in attendance. The Bucks County SPCA and other services were present at the open house. Baskets were being raffled off and included some free services like blood work and examinations.
“This is just a thank you to our clients for sticking with us,” Feaster explained.
The turnout for the open house was great, Feaster said.
For the future, Feaster explained he would like to expand his practice. For now though, the clinic is doing well, and each day, Feaster and the other doctors, Brianne O’Loughlin and Jen Rinehimer, are accompanied by Claude and Louis, a Golden Doodle and French Bulldog.
Feaster said that the practice will stay up to date participating in community events, including the upcoming Carversville Day, where the veterinarian is donating a basket to be raffled off.
To learn more about the Valley Veterinary Clinic and to see the newest feline guest looking for their forever home, please visit http://www.valleyvetpa.com/ or on social media at http://www.facebook.com/ValleyVetPA and http://www.instagram.com/ValleyVetPA
Dr. Feaster is offering new clients who mention this article a $25 discount off of their first visit.