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Bethowen opens vet clinic in Moscow

The leading Russian pet shop chain Beethoven has opened its first veterinary clinic in Moscow. The clinic is a partner project with Svoy Doctor veterinary chain. It is well located in the north of Moscow and is fully equipped for pet diagnostics, therapy and surgeries.

The opening ceremony welcomed representatives of Mars, Royal Canin and other companies. George Chkareuli, the CEO of Beethoven, announced that starting the veterinary clinic project is a part of the strategy to create an ecosystem and become a 'problem solver' for Russian pet owners, according to the newsletter of the B2B pet industry platform Zooinform.

|16 July 2020 | 08:53


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