The latest news from Veterinary Architects
Sezar Dog Hospital, Iran
The general situation for dogs in Iran right now is absolutely dire - as well as being abandoned and neglected, dogs are being abused, tortured, mutilated, and slaughtered. Sezar Sanctuary is run by Hosein Mohammadi, an extraordinary man with “healing hands” for dogs. He nurses dogs back to physical and emotional health after they have been tortured and abused.
Sezar Sanctuary has very limited facilities for treating injured dogs however and requires a proper veterinary hospital in order to maintain standards and to increase the number of dogs that can be taken in. We took a brief and designed the new building with retail and grooming facilities, veterinary consultation rooms and over 30 kennels. Works are due to start on site later in 2019.
"Jonathan and the team at Veterinary Architects quickly grasped the goals and challenges facing my project to establish the leading dog hospital in Iran outside Tehran itself. Despite the difficulties of collaborating across international borders, they quickly produced a design which exceeded my expectations - I am delighted with the overall result, thank you!" Hosein Mohammadi, Founder of Sezar Sanctuary
Visit us at the London Vet Show 2019
Our team of experts will be available on stand S07 throughout the show this year. We will be more than happy to answer your questions and provide advice on new builds, renovations or any other plans you may be considering.
Feel free to come along to our stand at anytime, but if you would like to book a time slot to chat to one of our experts, please contact us and we will arrange a meeting for you.
The London Vet Show is being held on 14th & 15th November at ExCeL London.
Battersea Dogs & Cats Home - Old Windsor
We have secured planning consent for a new intake kennels building on Green Belt land at BDCH's Old Windsor site. Work has started and we will provide updates soon.
Our new building for Battersea Dogs & Cats Home is featured in the Evening Standard 'Homes & Property' section.
"A project by Jonathan Clark Architects, the new Battersea Veterinary Hospital is a stunning piece of architecture with a wall of blue-and-white ceramic tiles."
Battersea Dogs & Cats Home
We have just completed the full remodelling and refurbishment of 22 re-homing kennels within the existing re-homing building at BDCH's Battersea site.