Taking my dog to this vet, the vet was doing an examine and for about 3 minutes continued to twist and rotate my dogs right rear leg. After the visit I noticed that he was limping and favoring that leg. I called the vets office about it and they threw some medical term at me saying he is a puppy and it will come and go. That was on 09-22-2015. They also told me it was nothing to worry about. Since that appointment he still favors the right rear leg and it is curved in under his body. I feel the vet manipulated his leg way too long, especially since he was only about 5 and 1/2 months old at the time. I feel the vet caused this problem since he had no signs of it prior to this visit.
Ok. So my parents and I both have the same kind of dogs, they are siblings so we both schedule an appointment at "Always Compassionate" on rt 51, for the same time. Well my dog got called back first. PapPap was still in the waiting room. Evan went back and forth from my room to the waiting room to see Pap Pap, TWICE. The receptionist flipped out on my dad, twice. We asked her what she would like us to do. "Control your kid, this is a business" One NOBODY ELSE WAS THERE. Two, he wasn't destroying anything, he was seeing his mom and then pap pap. So my dads like what would you like us to do muzzle him, put him on a leash. "Well you could have someone sit with him in the car." Really?! "It is 90 degrees out, I am by my self! My dad and mom are separate from me, you have got to be kidding me right.. Nope... I'd hate to see what yins would do if you had a big dog in there who barked, you wouldn't be able to hear your precious phone then either. DON'T COME HERE IF YOU HAVE A 3 YEAR OLD UNLESS YOU WANT FLIPPED OUT ON. THEY DONT EVEN DESERVE 1 STAR BUT 0 WAS NOT AN OPTION.
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