West Fargo's Two Rivers Veterinary Hospital plans new facility

The new structure will be a two-story building with about 7,600 square feet of space.

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An architect's rendering of what a new Two Rivers Veterinary Hospital in West Fargo will look like.
Contributed / TWC Construction.

WEST FARGO — Two Rivers Veterinary Hospital in West Fargo is moving ahead with plans to build a new facility.

Currently located at 3306 Sheyenne Street, the hospital is planning to build a new facility not far away at 2630 Sheyenne Street.

Plans for the new building were recently approved by the West Fargo City Commission.

The new structure will be a two-story building with about 7,600 square feet of space.

Teri-Lee James, one of the owners of the animal hospital, said construction on the new building is expected to start this spring.


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The hope is to see it completed by spring of 2024, she added.

Two Rivers will move its entire operation into the new building once it is completed, according to James, who said the new building will provide some additional space and it will be owned by the animal hospital.

She said Two Rivers is currently leasing the space it is in.

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