In Their Business

Posted 8/7/18

Veterinary hospital to open Veterinary Specialists of the Rockies will officially open Aug. 13 to provide 24-hour emergency care in Castle Rock. Megan Rector, doctor of veterinary medicine and owner …

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In Their Business

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Veterinary hospital to open

Veterinary Specialists of the Rockies will officially open Aug. 13 to provide 24-hour emergency care in Castle Rock.

Megan Rector, doctor of veterinary medicine and owner of Veterinary Specialists of the Rockies, said in a news release that 58 percent of households in Castle Rock and Castle Pines own a pet, yet the nearest emergency and specialty hospital is approximately 20 miles away.

At 774 Maleta Lane in Castle Rock, the 10,000 square-foot hospital will be staffed by five emergency veterinarians and a host of specialists providing cardiology, surgery and internal medicine as well as other specialty services in the future.

The hospital will contain three surgical suites, a dedicated anesthesia recovery room and separate areas for dogs and cats with cat television in the dedicated cat area.

In addition to providing medical services, Veterinary Specialists of the Rockies will host a variety of pet and animal education classes for the community, and ongoing continuing education classes for veterinarians.

To celebrate its opening, Veterinary Specialists of the Rockies will host an open house from noon to 4 p.m. Aug. 12, featuring activities, food, vendors and Colorado Avalanche mascot, Bernie. For more information, visit VetsoftheRockies.com.

Kitchen Tune-Up opens

Kitchen Tune-Up, a national kitchen and bath remodeling company known for its one-day wood restoration service, has opened in Castle Rock.

Residents Joel and Jessica Winters own the franchise and will have support from the company’s home office in Aberdeen, South Dakota.

“Our goal is to make kitchen updates hassle-free for homeowners in Castle Rock and Parker,” Jessica Winters said in a news release. “I want to show my neighbors that making a change in their kitchen can be fun and easy. They’ll enjoy the experience every step of the way and will start dreaming of their next home improvement project the minute we finish.”

In addition to residential clients, Kitchen Tune-Up Castle Rock offers kitchen remodeling for commercial customers.

South Suburban recognized

For the ninth consecutive year, South Suburban Parks and Recreation has been nationally recognized for outstanding governmental budgeting by the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada, a nonprofit professional association serving nearly 19,000 government finance professionals throughout North America.

South Suburban received the Distinguished Budget Presentation Award for its 2018 budget. South Suburban’s finance director, Steve Shipley, and accounting manager, Linda Addison, along with the finance department, were recognized for their skills in budget presentation.

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