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Caring vet returns to Eastbourne

PUBLISHED: 17:23 02 July 2015 | UPDATED: 17:23 02 July 2015

Vet, Cobie Loubser with Teddy, the sproodle, celebrate the opening of Cobie VetCare at Enterprise Centre car park.. Picture by Jim Holden

Vet, Cobie Loubser with Teddy, the sproodle, celebrate the opening of Cobie VetCare at Enterprise Centre car park.. Picture by Jim Holden

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Much loved Sussex vet, Cobie Loubser, has returned to Eastbourne to set up his own state-of-the-art veterinary practice, Cobie VetCare.

After almost three years away, part of which was spent in India, training local vets in surgical techniques on behalf of the charity, the Worldwide Veterinary Service, Cobie said he was thrilled to be back in Eastbourne and open his own independent veterinary practice.

Cobie has more than 25 years experience working as a vet and is also well-known for his support of a number of Sussex’s charitable causes.

He will be a judge and supporter at Eastbourne Mencap’s dog show on 25 July, and was also a key sponsor of the recent charity event, Bark in the Park - that raises funds to support families who have children with special needs.

Located at the Enterprise Centre, Cobie VetCare opened its doors on Wednesday 1 July.


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