Dr. Tresha Grissom cut the ribbon on the new Lewisburg Animal Hospital building on Monday morning. “We are truly proud to serve the community and offer state-of-the-art care to their pets and animals,” said Grissom, who worked at the hospital cleaning kennels when she was 16, before taking over the practice in 2009. The 4,300-square-foot building adds much needed space for the growing practice, which has added two additional veterinarians over the past two years and resumed its large animal care. The former building will be renovated and will house the grooming and boarding facilities for the hospital.
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