Celebrating 50 years becomes a pet project for area veterinarian, staff

Celebrating 50 years becomes a pet project for area veterinarian, staff

Dr. J. Thomas Gus oversees operation of University Animal Hospital, which this month celebrated its 50th year.

University Animal Hospital, a Tempe institution, observes half a century in business this year.

The veterinary center, located on Hardy Drivejust south of Broadway, celebrated the occasion May 13 with an open house and party, featuring free tours, raffles, cake, and games for the kids.

The hospital

One Response to "Celebrating 50 years becomes a pet project for area veterinarian, staff"

  1. Shelley Clark  May 21, 2012 at 6:01 pm

    As a former vet tech at UVH for several years, I had the privilege to see the inside of the hospital and all that goes on. This place is amazing for clients and especially for their pets. All of the Doctors will treat your best friend as if it is their own.
    When I moved to Flagstaff, I still took my babies to University because I know the value of great vet care. Although they are a little pricey, its for a reason and a good one. I know that when I go, I will have to pay a little more than another vet but I also know that the Doctor will have a definite answer for my pet- very rarely have I had to return for the same thing. That is huge to me with the long drive.

    Congratulations on fifty years!!
    Shelley Clark

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