Overnight, Hulen Hills Animal Hospital (Hulen Hills), a top Tarrant County veterinary hospital and pet emergency center, has reopened in a new facility as The PARC. A longtime project in the making, the new facility unites Hulen Hills and Metro West Emergency Veterinary Center (Metro West) under one name and roof, serving pets and their owners 24 hours a day through comprehensive veterinary care that enhances the special bond between people and their pets. A celebratory ribbon cutting will be held at 10 a.m. on Monday, Dec. 17.
The PARC – which stands for People, Animals, Revolutionary Care – is the vision of owner Dr. Steve Hotchkiss, who has served clients and their pets with his trailblazing approach for more than 24 years as leader of both Hulen Hills and Metro West. The PARC philosophy is simple and distinctive:
“Our team has waited a long time for this moment,” said Hotchkiss, who serves as owner and chief vision officer. “We’re passionate about what we do and are eager to open this facility. Our clients will be wowed by the architecture and will find comfort in familiar faces. We’ve expanded our physical capacity, for certain, but have kept the connection between people and pets at the heart of it all. We’re proud to bring The PARC to Fort Worth – it really is the most unique pet care facility in the country.”
The new facility is located on the I-30 access road, just west of Hulen Street. Dr. Hotchkiss’ luxury boarding facility, The Grand Pet Resort & Salon, will continue to offer premium pet boarding, daily PARC PlayCare and salon services at its current location under a new name, The PARC Grand Resort.
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