Mazie's Mission opens veterinary clinic for homeless pets

Dozens of animal welfare advocates and supporters attended the Grand Opening for the new Mazie’s Mission veterinary clinic this past weekend.  The new non-profit animal hospital, located at Main Street and FM 423 in Frisco, is not open to the public, instead serves the North Texas animal rescue and sheltering community by offering discounted pricing to the homeless pets in their care.

Non-profit, 501c3 animal welfare organizations and local animal shelters wishing to partner with the Mazie’s Mission clinic, contact the clinic at 214-436-4591.  Clinic pricing is subject to change, of course, but at the time this article was published, the prices shown in the Mazies Clinic Pricing were in effect.

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One Response to Mazie's Mission opens veterinary clinic for homeless pets

  1. I am really so glad that there are people like them who enjoyed giving pets a shelter.

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