Beverly animal care moves to new home

October 29, 2017 by  

Beverly animal care moves to new homeThe Beverly Animal Natural Health Center (BANHC) has recently moved to a new location in another part of Beverly.

The new facility is 2,100 square feet in size and provides a larger and more modern space for services for pets and their families.

The Center was founded in 1988 and offers a comprehensive approach to animal care, with a focus on socialization, activity, and nutrition as part of wellness, while also treating animals when they get sick. Dr. Lynne Ricketts and Dr. Nancy Crowley lead the Center.

When Crowley felt that BANHC was outgrowing its current space, she reached out to the Cummings Center in Beverly last spring and found an immediate synergy. She learned that Cummings Center was named for Bill Cummings, its founder, who had also been generous in his donations to Tufts University, from which she graduated. The veterinary school at Tufts is now the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine.

The new facility has a treatment area twice the size of the previous location, a larger updated surgical suite, and an additional examination room. It will join other pet-focused businesses at Cummings Center, including a pet supply retailer, a dog daycare and training service, and law practice focused on pets.

Practices such as this one might consider using mailers or flyers to let current and prospective pet owners become aware of the new location and additional amenities.