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First North Texas veterinary clinic for homeless pets now open

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Last week, Mazie’s Mission opened the first-ever North Texas veterinary clinic dedicated to serving homeless pets in animal shelters and rescue groups. The goal? To provide professional medical care, expert forensic evidence and adoption assistance to shelters, rescue groups, first responders and other non-profit animal welfare groups. In addition to providing veterinary care for homeless pets, Mazie’s Mission will also offer free foster orientation classes for volunteers of local animal rescue groups.

The new veterinary hospital is a significant step toward Mazie’s Mission’s ultimate goal of establishing a world class veterinary hospital and lifetime sanctuary for the care of those animals that cannot find a home.

The new clinic is located at 307 Main Street Suite 135,Frisco, Texas 75034. A Grand Opening will be held this Saturday, January 18th from noon-5:00, and the public is inivited. Tours will be available as well as light food, wine and other refreshments.

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