I was beside myself with grief for what they did to my dog.I wrote a note with directions of what was supposed to be done.
I showed the receptionist exactly where the small tag was and what needed to be done. I went to pick her up and noticed the huge wound in her side. I was livid. Sure, I received an apology.
But this is not the first time an error was made. I have a Border Collie and, apparently they easily develop fatty tumors. I noticed that my current dog was gaining weight but there was no reason for it. It reminded me of the misdiagnosis of my former Border Collie in Baltimore.
I voiced my concerns. My thought is/was that the weight gain, w/out more food, in addition to no extra exercise, paired with her age and demeanor: the dogs gained weight by way of all of the fatty tumors they had; the ones inside that you cant feel. I am talking of a lot of weight. I asked, specifically, for an xray, gave my explicit consent in writing, and the xrays were not done, as they werent done in Baltimore.
When I went in for the information session after my dog had been seen, the vet was clueless about her condition, what I had asked for, what i had given in writing and the directions I had given, in writing for the other two pets I had dropped off at the same time. I think I am done.
It is such a shame, they could be great but this has been going on for over 10 years, and one of my dogs is dead.You know, just about the hardest thing to go through...
Monetary Loss: $8000.