If you've ever watched your pet twitch, twist, and growl when sleeping, you've probably wondered if he or she is having a particularly interesting dream that involves chasing mice or rooting throu ...View Article
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Golf-Mil Veterinary Hospital opened its doors in 1963. Two years later, in 1965, it was featured in the trade periodical, Veterinary Economics, as the winner of the publication's first-ever Hospital Design award. Solid construction; sound proofing; interior surfaces designed to resist wear, stains, odors, and contaminants; a layout geared toward efficiency--these were the things that impressed the editors of Veterinary Economics at the time, and they continue to serve us well today. In 2007, the Veterinary Economics team paid us another visit and concluded that, after 42 years, our facility is still a model for other practices to follow. Check out the article, "This Practice Gets an A on the Test of Time," online.
The hospital in 1965.