March 1, 2015
ROSSFORD, Ohio (AP) - Workers at an Ohio pet shop are used to
worried pet owners bringing their animals in to be treated in the
But an unaccompanied visit Saturday by a deer to the PetSmart in
Rossfield was a first for the store.
Manager Trudi Urie says the wounded doe was hanging out behind
the store and then ran through an open door into a stockroom.
Staff members made sure the animal couldn't enter the shop area
and called police and a veterinarian.
Agustin Cuesta had the deer brought into the clinic and closed a
wound on its hind leg with dissolvable stitches as assistants held
He says he couldn't tell how the animal got hurt.
The door was reopened and the animal ran back into the wild.
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