Greenville Animal Hospital Ii Limited

Greenville Animal Hospital Ii Limited
Greenville Animal Hospital Ii Limited 24 Cedar Swamp Road Greenville, RI 02828

Greenville Animal Hospital Ii Limited

Greenville Animal Hospital Ii Limited is a Veterinarians facility at 24 Cedar Swamp Road in Greenville, RI.
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Services Greenville Animal Hospital Ii Limited practices at 24 Cedar Swamp Road, Greenville, RI 02828.

Veterinarians offer general and emergency pet care services. Some veterinarians offer 24 hour emergency services-call to confirm hours and availability.

To learn more, or to make an appointment with Greenville Animal Hospital Ii Limited in Greenville, RI, please call (401) 231-8120 for more information.
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Dr. Graham misdiagnosed my 4 year old Australian terrier dog on 3 different accounts over a 6 month period claiming he had an intestinal disease when we later found out the blood work (taken on 2 separate occasions) clearly showed he had diabetes. This was discovered by a substitute vet when our dog had to be rushed to the hospital when he dropped to 7 pounds from his original healthy weight of 14 pounds. Dr. Graham saw my dog's condition become continually worse over the 6 months and still insisted it was the intestinal disorder he originally diagnosed, either completely misreading the blood work or choosing to lazily ignore it all together.

regardless, the repeated long term misdiagnosis has now cost my family close to $3,000, stress, confusion, and my dog his health and most likely his life. he has been in critical condition since Monday staying at an ER where he is getting the care he deserves. Our family trusted Dr. Graham following his instructions very carefully over the past 6 months because we assumed he was a qualified knowledgeable vet. This is our first dog and part of our family. Our dog who once was a ball of energy barking full of life now lays lifeless, doesn't move, and has even gone blind due to lack of proper treatment since his diabetes started 6 months ago. This type of malpractice infuriates me and has cost my family both emotional suffering and monetary damage. When discussing this with friends in town it came to my surprise that they were not surprised by this poor treatment. Apparently this vet has a reputation for being less than desirable when dealing with a beloved pet, something I wish I had known prior to choosing to entrust him with someone very dear to me. I wish this post was dramatized but sadly, if anything, I have toned down the disgust and anger using kinder words than I feel are deserved because I'd like others to consider this a credible post and think twice before another animal becomes unnecessarily on the verge of death.