Took my 4 year old male English Bulldog here after they recommended ear surgery for him. Three hours after picking him up from surgery that morning my best friend died! If you have an English Bulldog go somewhere where they are experienced in treating them. When I picked my dog up they had this ridiculously enormous ring around his neck and head to protect him, but the poor dog could not walk because it was dragging the floor. He was struggling to breathe, but the vet said if this continues in a couple of hours, then bring him back and we can give him a steroid shot. Well, I rushed him to a different vet emergency hospital closer to me, but he was dead already. The last few images I have was how he trotted down the hall thinking he was going to get well, then when I picked him up when he could barely breathe or walk due to that rediculous collar. I would NEVER recommend this place to anyone except for routine shots. I miss my buddy Sarge and regret I ever stepped foot into this place. I have a female Bulldog too, and can guarantee you I will never take her there again. I'll commute to Cary, another 30 minutes out of my way to treat her. One star only because i couldn't give zero! Quacks!
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