The St. Luke’s Anderson Campus hospital is not a stranger to unusual situations, given that they deal with emergencies on a daily basis. In any case, this was a circumstance they were neither arranged for nor prepared to deal with.
Reconnaissance film discharged by the emergency clinic shows two Pit Bulls coolly strolling into the medical clinic simply like any human would, and begin walking around.Next, we see a man attempting to lead the pooches out of the clinic.
This is the point at which the gracious pooches choose they’re not finished with their visit yet and head off to the drug store.
The man is left perplexed concerning where his four-legged disciples went. As the canines advance into the medication store, the jumbled medication authority behind the counter can hear the steps anyway from the start can’t see anybody.
The polite pooches figure out how to pull in a lot of consideration from the staff before at long last choosing to have a beverage of water and end their tour.The emergency clinic at that point rejoined them with their proprietor, Kathy.
The pooches were respectful the whole time. The staff cherished the four-legged amazement guests.
The man is left confounded concerning where his four-legged adherents went. As the canines advance into the drug store, the confounded drug specialist behind the counter can hear the strides however at first can’t see anybody.
The well-mannered pooches manage to attract plenty of attention from the staff before finally deciding to have a drink of water and end their tour.The hospital then reunited them with their owner, Kathy. The dogs were well-mannered the entire time. The staff loved the four-legged surprise visitors. Catch their hilarious “visit” in the video below!
St. Luke's Anderson Campus is considered one of the most patient friendly and patient accessible hospitals in the region. And pet friendly? We had unexpected visitors at the Anderson Campus last week! Two dogs strolled into HomeStar Pharmacy in Anderson's Medical Office Building. Imagine our Pharmacists surprise when she noticed who was waiting to be helped! We are happy to report we were able to safety transport the dogs out of the hospital! The dogs enjoyed the accessibility and welcoming employees at St. Luke’s Anderson campus!
Posted by St. Luke's University Health Network on Tuesday, July 11, 2017
The canines were polite the whole time. The staff adored the four-legged astonishment guests. Catch their clever “visit” in the video beneath!