Zoe Ball Opens Marc The Vet’s New Grove Lodge Vet Clinic In SouthwickAuthor: Grove Lodge VetsPosted:
Monday 18th June, 2012. 10:55:09
Zoe Ball and TV vet Marc Abraham with Morgan the dachshund at the opening of the new Grove Lodge Vets Southwick. Credit Julia Claxton
Celebrity animal lover cuts ribbon at new Sussex vet practice
Zoe Ball, accompanied by her children Nelly and Woody, cut the ribbon at Britain’s best loved TV vet, Marc the Vet [Marc Abraham's] new vet clinic, Grove Lodge, in Southwick on Saturday.
TV and radio legend Zoe, who has two cats, made several new canine friends including a cute dachshund called Morgan (pictured). She chatted with several of the visitors at the opening and learned about Canine Partners, who assist their less abled owners with household and lifestyle tasks, before cutting the ribbon and declaring the clinic well and truly open.
The Grove Lodge Veterinary Group, headed by Andrew Ash [Senior Vice President of the British Small Animals Veterinary Association] has several clinics in the south, including a state of the art 24/7 animal hospital in Worthing. The new purpose built Southwick clinic, complete with operating theatre and a separate cat only waiting room, will be manned by Marc and his friendly team.
Marc Abraham, TV vet and author, is also a tireless campaigner for animal welfare. He organises the annual Pup Aid puppy farming awareness event, this year being held on Saturday September 8th in Primrose Hill, North London. A day of fun for all the family – and faithful four-legged friends – with trade stalls, delicious fresh food, music and Scruffs heats judged by some famous faces.
Celebrities including Meg Mathews, Simon Cowell, Kim Kardashian, Lizzie Cundy, Kerry Ellis, Hollyoaks’ stars Gemma Merna and Kieron Richardson, EastEnders’ stars Rita Simons and Patsy Palmer, actress Danniella Westbrook and singer Jay Kay – are backing the Pup Aid campaign, which hopes to make a difference and put an end to the barbaric practice of puppy farming.
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