Animal Hospital of Whitfield County

Animal Hospital of Whitfield County
Animal Hospital of Whitfield County 1306 North Thornton Avenue
Dalton, GA 30720

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About Animal Hospital of Whitfield County

Animal Hospital of Whitfield County is a Animal Hospital facility at 1306 North Thornton Avenue in Dalton, GA.
Primary Specialty

Animal Hospital

Practice Animal Hospital of Whitfield County
Services Animal Hospital of Whitfield County practices at 1306 North Thornton Avenue, Dalton, GA 30720.

Animal hospitals offer general and emergency pet care services. Some animal hospitals offer 24 hour emergency services-call to confirm hours and availability.

To learn more, or to make an appointment with Animal Hospital of Whitfield County in Dalton, GA, please call (706) 226-3710 for more information.
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Animal Hospital of Whitfield county is the worst vet I have ever visited. Two of my pet birds have died from medication given from this animal hospital. When my parakeet died I called that very night and left a message demanding an answer. It has been five days and no one has called me. I have reported this vet to the Vet's Board Association of Georgia. Also, I learned this vet works with Pet Land who gets their puppies from a puppy mill names Hunte. When we purchased our puppy last night we were told to take our pet to the Animal Hospital of Whitfield county and we would be compensated. No other Vet's Office was allowed to be used if you want compensation for your visit.
My bird was sick and we took him to River Clinic in Chattanooga, they gave him a dose of Baytril and he told us to do a follow up with our Vet's office. After the Baytril our Parakeet showed improvement. We went to Animal Hospital of Whitfield County, the vet there prescribed Baytril at 0.01ml. After having the prescription filled my wife and I gave our bird his first dose. Two hours later he was dead. Our parakeet was not sick enough to die, even the vet said he looked okay. And, as I stated, no one has called me and given me answers as to why my little bird is dead (a bird I loved very deeply). A professional vet's office would have returned my call and helped me with the answers I needed. by not returning my call this vet is admitting guilt.
by Disgusted with Animal Hopsital of
Was your pet anxious to leave this veterinarian's office?
Not at all! I've never seen my pet so calm. They really have a gift with animals here.
Was there a designated area for your dog to go to the bathroom?
No, but there was a little grass outside the office so it was fine
Was this veterinarian friendly to your pet?
Extremely friendly, I could really tell his/her love for animals.
Does this provider always take that extra step to make you feel special?
Yes, I always enjoy my appointments
by susan
On Thurs 11/21/13, my wife took our 11 yr old Chihuahua to AHWC for bloody diarrhea.
She was prescribed and received medications for the diarrhea and nausea and released.

On Fri 11/22/13, my wife returned to AHWC with our dog when she began throwing up clear, foamy vomit. She was admitted to AHWC for the weekend and received IV fluids, antibiotics, nausea meds and had blood tests performed.

On Mon 11/25, our dog was released with a clean bill of health having been prescribed NO additional medications, diagnosis, or treatment plan.

On Fri 11/29 around 11am I called AHWC to tell them our dog was very sick and to ask if any kidney tests had been performed thinking she was in kidney failure. The answer was no and there were no questions asked and no instructions to bring our dog back. Our dog died later that day having suffered immeasurably from Pancreatitis that we were NOT, repeat NOT, advised of until MONDAY 12/02/13 when we called AHWC to tell them our dog had died.

Drs Richmond and German were the attending veternarians.
by Jeff Camp