Absolutely NOT! You're by the balls when one of your animals is hurt or hurting and it is a dire emergency. With 6 dogs and 3 cats, that can happen a lot with us. So many reasons. I mean, trust me. I have called for information for others interested in them back before they had the Neely's Mill operation up and running, for spay and neutering. The little spoiled bratt at the desk who answered my call was so rude I drove over there (I happened to be around the corner). She continued with her trailer trash talk. I was so livid, being an educated military vet, as to how she treated me that I went through the roof. Unprofessional people, haphazard service, grossly inflated services, immature techs rotate in (maybe because they are training for the vet tech programs at the community college level), and to top it off- one of the female vets- I happened to be outside in my car with the window open one day when they are not open. My daughter had went inside the Vape store beside the Vet office. The vet had a dog on a leash and a child with her, she unlocked the door, jerked the dog inside and was generally stressed with the child and dog. When she left, she yelled at the dog, jerked him up by the leash, and was, let's say, not someone I EVER want as a vet to my dog especially in an emergency situation.
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