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Veterinary pharmacy breaks ground for Chandler location

Posted 2/26/24

Wedgewood is constructing a 90,000-square-foot veterinary pharmacy at 1680 E. Northrop Blvd. in Chandler.

A groundbreaking took place recently for the project that is expected to house 250 jobs …

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WEDGEWOOD

Veterinary pharmacy breaks ground for Chandler location

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Wedgewood is constructing a 90,000-square-foot veterinary pharmacy at 1680 E. Northrop Blvd. in Chandler.

A groundbreaking took place recently for the project that is expected to house 250 jobs by 2027. The facility will open early next year, according to a release.

“This facility will support our new online pharmacy platform, Blue Rabbit, and enable us to speed deliveries to pet parents, animal owners and veterinarians nationwide, supporting our mission to improve the lives of animals and those who love and care for them,” Marcy Bliss, CEO of Wedgewood, said.

The new building will replace Wedgewood’s existing 25,000-square-foot Arizona facility, according to a release.

Chandler Mayor Kevin Hartke said the “airpark area employment corridor continues to garner attention from dynamic companies such as Wedgewood looking for a central location with great infrastructure and immediate access to skilled talent.”