I am not a current patient of this vet hospital, but have been considering them for back up as it's always good to have multiple options when you have an equine breeding farm. So, the day after an eme rgency visit with my current vet, I contacted this office, at my vet's suggestion, to see if they had a certain med in stock. They asked me if I was a patient, to which I honestly replied not currently, then she proceeded to tell me they sold their last tube yesterday. Right. Yesterday was a Sunday, btw.
What I did learn? I will not be spending my money with this vet in the future. Which is their loss, not mine. My annual vet bill for my breeding and show animals is upwards of $20k.
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