Canyon Country Animal Hospital has a new location in the same shopping center it’s called home for the past three years.

The animal hospital moved earlier this year to 2516 Broadway in the Redlands Marketplace. The building formerly housed Aztecas Family Mexican Restaurant until it moved to 705 Horizon Drive.

After a remodel, Canyon Country Animal Hospital moved into the new location Oct. 31.

The animal hospital was previously at 2518 Broadway Suite B10, next to Redlands Liquor. The liquor store will expand now that the hospital has moved.

Dr. Kyle C. Dunn, the animal hospital’s owner, said the new location adds about 1,400 square feet of space.

“It’s our own free-standing space,” Dunn said. “It’s nicer for clients to have parking. I think we’re better neighbors too.”

Prior to locating in the shopping center, the hospital rented space in the Redlands Pet Clinic, Dunn said.

The animal hospital serves all species of pets, but mostly sees dogs and cats. Dunn is the only veterinarian on staff, but is hoping to grow soon. He has six employees on staff.

The hospital is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and 8 a.m. to noon Saturday.

Canyon Country is hosting an open house from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Jan. 11 for people to come in, meet the staff and tour the new location. For more information, search for Canyon Country Animal Hospital on Facebook.

n Sunlight Mountain Resort in Glenwood Springs and Idaho Springs-based Tommyknocker Brewery have teamed up to create a new orange cream craft soda.

Sunny Pop is the name of the newly released creation.

“With Sunny Pop, we wanted to partner with another mom-and-pop Colorado company and create one of the first, if not the first, ski resort-inspired craft soda,” Sunlight Mountain Resort Director of Marketing and Sales Troy Hawks said in a press release. “At Sunlight, we’re proud of our Colorado heritage. We’re always looking for creative and strategic ways to celebrate and work with other small, authentic Colorado companies, like Tommyknocker Brewery, that share the same values of independence, quality and innovation.”

Sunlight will be offering lift tickets specials that include free cans of Sunny Pop throughout the season. For more information, visit sunlightmtn.com.

n Grand Junction-based manufacturer CAPCO was awarded the 2019 Gold HIRE Vets Medallion Award for its efforts to recruit, employ and retain U.S. veterans.

The program is the only federal award to recognize employers of all sizes for their efforts to employ veterans. The program was installed in 2017 by President Donald Trump. The Department of Labor’s Veterans Employment and Training Services administers the HIRE Vets Medallion program.

“At CAPCO, we take deep pride in our country and have utmost respect for the men and women who defend it,” CAPCO CEO Cordell Bennigson said in a press release. “We are honored to receive this award, and plan to continue providing job opportunities for veterans.”

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