Pre-school children visited by Royston vet and her furry friends

09:29 05 August 2014

Margaret White introduces the pre-school children to one of the puppies

Margaret White introduces the pre-school children to one of the puppies

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Pre-school children got a closer look at some furry friends when they were visited by a vet.

Pre-school children got a closer look at some furry friends when they were visited by a vet.

Margaret White from Royston Veterinary Centre has spent time at Litlington pre-school.

She and her colleague brought with them two puppies and a guinea pig.

A spokesman for Litlington pre-school said: “Margaret explained how the animals needed to be cared for, and the children were thrilled to be able to touch and feed them.”

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