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Bee Cave Veterinary Clinic grand opening

by Therese on May 30, 2009

in Austin pets, Fun Stuff

I spent part of the day today at the Bee Cave Veterinary Clinic grand opening. Dr. Richard Reinap and his staff put on a pretty cool shindig to introduce people to his new practice. There were plenty of dogs, a few cats, and a lot of people. They were all mingling, munching on goodies (for pets and people!), and having a great time. Here are a few photos from the festivities.

Richard Reinap DVM, Bee Cave Veterinary Clinic Austin

This is Dr. Reinap and a friend, Finnigan, a really cool Irish Wolfhound. Finnigan was, without a doubt, the biggest dog there today. I felt a little bad for his little buddy, Loki, who didn’t get as much attention. He’s in the photo below.

Sammi, the winner of the costume contest at the Bee Cave Veterinary Clinic grand opening

This is Sammi, the winner of the costume contest. He was dressed like a Chik-fil-A cow. No, he didn’t Mooooo, but the audience did when he won!

hippie dog at Bee Cave Veterinary Clinic grand opening in Austin, Texas

An Austin dog event wouldn’t be complete without an honest to goodness hippie dog, and today Frank was that dog!

These three beauties below were visiting the clinic today in hopes of finding new forever homes. All three of them are up for adoption through the Lockhart, Texas Cause for Paws Rescue. I spent time with all of them and they’re very sweet. If you’d like to know more about any one of them email phickman AT gvtc.com (be sure to remove the spaces & replace AT with @).


Dr. Reinap invited me to the grand opening today to talk to people about pet first aid & CPR classes. I had a great time! Thank you Dr. Reinap and staff for inviting me.

See more pictures from the Bee Cave Veterinary Clinic grand opening on Flickr.

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Mike June 3, 2009 at 12:31 am

Thank you for the informative reminder to be prepared for the unexpected.


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