Are you concerned that your child's allergies may mean that you will have to give up your pet? Although rehoming a pet may be necessary if allergies are severe, most children can live with pets if ...View Article
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Here at Stapleton Veterinary Hospital we like to show case our amazing patients.
Meet Phyllis, Phyllis was brought in to our hospital on August 23rd by a good Samaritan who was driving her kids to school when she saw what looked like a "dirty blanket" on the sidewalk. When she circled around she noticed the "dirty blanket" moved. Phyllis was covered in matted fur and was reluctant to move. Our staff jumped into action right away. Within the hour Phyllis was examined, shaved and bathed. In no time Phyllis came out of her shell and starting showing her vibrant and sweet personality. Staff members fostered Phyllis until we could find her a home. Phyllis found her forever home in Kansas with our Assistant Aimee's dad last week.
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