I visited Permian Basin Emergency Veterinary Clinic when my Puppy jumped out of my friend's arm as he was holding her and she hurt her right leg when she landed. She was limping , and it happened on a Saturday evening. I was worried because I could not find anything open on Saturday and Sunday. They did an X - ray and placed a splint on my puppy's right leg so she can get around without harming the injured leg. Our regular vet clinic is not open until Monday. I am glad that there is something within Midland Odessa area that I could take my dog if she has any health emergency.
I just left this office. It's 2am, way past the bedtime of most vets in this area. My pug Stevie was experiencing heavy disorientation and I was scared to death she had been poisoned somehow. I brought her over and was welcomed by a very kind nurse who took my puppie's temperature and made us feel at home. The doctor explained our options to us, was very knowledgable, and gave us a professional outlook of what could be wrong with her. By the time we made it to the vets office Stevie seemed like she was feeling better so she advised that while she could take blood work, the toxin may have already passed (Stevie had vomited on the way over). We decided to take her back home and pray a night's rest would get we back to normal. After we made our decision to leave, she explained to us the payment was $150, which I was more than willing to pay for a group that sacrifices their nights to look at sick animals. I'm thankful for them. Thanks guys, I'll sleep better tonight knowing Stevie was looked at by you guys.
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