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August 2015

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By |August 12th, 2015|

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June 2015

Email Verification

By |June 12th, 2015|

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NAH Expansion

By |June 8th, 2015|

Making it All Come Together:

Once they finished the roofing, siding and windows, you almost couldn’t tell the new building from the old! With our new entrance ways complete, we knew our grand opening wouldn’t be far off.

Want to see all we’ve done? Stop in and ask for a tour! 

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NAH Expansion

By |June 8th, 2015|

The Inside Work:

The work on the inside of the building started to move almost as quickly as the outside. We had outlines of the new exam rooms and doctors’ offices. The foundation for our new reception desk was added in our spacious new waiting room, and it was exciting to look out on to it all from our new third floor!

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NAH Expansion

By |June 8th, 2015|

The Big Green Building:

Seeing the outer walls go up made everything seem real. We no longer had to image just how big our animal hospital would be; now we could see! We knew the interior was next, and everyone was more excited than ever!

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NAH Expansion

By |June 8th, 2015|

Framing the Building:

Along with spring came a big chain-link fence and a lot of building material!

The first major structure to go up was our elevator shaft. Our staff was very happy to see we were indeed getting an elevator. This will aid in getting arthritic, injured, and immobile pets down to our inpatient area for treatment. No more struggling down the stairs or long walks around the building!

Next was the progress of framing, which was going rather quickly. We were very optimistic that our expansion might just be done on time.

Adding the Second Floor:

The construction of the second floor was a very exciting thing to watch. This level will house our new exam rooms, waiting area and doctor’s offices. Above the exam rooms, on our third floor, will be our new conference room. We will have enough space for the whole staff to attend educational seminars!

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NAH Expansion

By |June 8th, 2015|

Pouring the Foundation:

Because of the cold weather, things were slow going at first. For a while we thought there was just going to be a huge mud puddle next to the building! Once the foundation was poured, however, we realized this was truly going to happen. After our foundation set, the ground was frozen, so waited for warmer weather to start the building process.

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NAH Expansion

By |June 8th, 2015|

Groundbreaking

Ground was broken on this project November 11, 2007. The entire staff was excited to see just how big the addition would actually be!

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Randal Wirth, DVM

By |June 4th, 2015|

Originally from upstate New York, Dr. Randy Wirth attended the University of Michigan where he received his B.S. in Biology. Upon graduation, he began studying Veterinary Medicine at Cornell University. He received his doctorate  in 1989 and began to practice medicine in the state of Connecticut. He relocated to Rhode Island and became a member of the NAH team in 1991. His occupational interests include Canine Reproduction and Internal Medicine. Dr. Wirth and his family share their lives with a sweet little canine fluff-ball named “Dewey.”

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Jack Civic, DVM

By |June 4th, 2015|

Jack Civic, DVM
Owner & Head Veterinarian2

Dr. Jack Civic has been working in the Veterinary field since 1983. A native of Rhode Island, Dr. Civic earned a B.S. in Animal Science at the University of Rhode Island in 1977. He then attended Oklahoma State University where he studied Veterinary Medicine. Upon graduation in 1983, Dr. Civic relocated to R.I. Dr. Civic served as the President of the Rhode Island Veterinary Medical Association for 2 years and was also a member of the Rhode Island State Board of Licensing and Examiners. He currently resides in Jamestown, with his wife Sarah and their two dogs: Anguillan adoptee “Kay Lee” and Colorado adoptee “Rio!”

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