Colo. veterinarians work together after 1 clinic burns

07/18/2013 | Gazette (Colorado Springs, Colo.), The

The Black Forest Veterinary Clinic in Colorado was reduced to ashes in a fire last month, but its veterinarians are still caring for animals, thanks to some support from local colleagues. Veterinarian Ted Mohr, who owns the clinic, and his staff have been relying on house calls and shared space from practices such as Powers Pet Emergency to keep working. No animals or humans were hurt in the blaze, and although Dr. Mohr is not sure if he'll rebuild, he plans to reopen in a leased facility.

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