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Don't bring your animal here, ever. Vet had no clue as to treatment even though we walked in with a specific cause for the symptoms our dog was showing - he had eaten a fairly large amount of something toxic and we knew exactly what it was. Vet had to "look it up on the internet" and call the poison helpline (which I could have done myself). Then proceeded to suggest this wasn't really the cause a...
DESCRIPTION OF WORK Emergency veterinary care - toxicity screening
We brought our critically ill dog to this emergency veterinary service on a Sunday evening. When we had trouble getting him out of the car, they immediately brought a gurney out and helped us with the greatest of care. Every care was taken for our state of mind and for the utmost care of Bonz, our dog. Bonz was diagnosed immediately - they immediately had a vet to care for him despite others in th...
DESCRIPTION OF WORK Diagnosed our critically ill dog and provided prompt euthanasia services
We brought in our injured dog. Everyone we spoke to and dealt with at this office were genuinely kind, knowledgeable, empathetic, and professional. We were very impressed by the speed with which our case was handled, the time they took with us to help us make the decision, and the care with which they cared for our dog. They were very careful and understanding of our anguish and feelings. I would ...
DESCRIPTION OF WORK Helped us make the decision and euthanized our injured dog.
We admitted our 5 week old, 2 pound puppy to AEVS because he was lethargic and vomiting. We witnessed the vet tech on duty insert a digital thermometer way too far into the puppy''s rectum almost TWO INCHES! The AEVS team was unable to definitively diagnose the cause of the symptoms, and the puppy stayed there overnight. In the morning, we transferred the puppy to our regular vet, and upon picking...
DESCRIPTION OF WORK We admitted our 5 wk old, 2 pound puppy to their facility for emergency treatment as the pup was experiencing lethargy and vomiting. The AEVS' treatment of the puppy directly resulted in the puppy's death.
Our local vet recommended that we bring our dog to Affiliated Emergency Vet Services when she was noted to have some abnormal labs and, since it was over the Christmas holiday, it would be several days before they could see her again. Dr. Doug Allen gave good and reasonable care in the ER; he suggested that Dr.Jessica Horton see our dog for an abdominal ultrasound and perhaps a liver biopsy. After...
DESCRIPTION OF WORK Emergency room exam was performed by Dr. Doug Allen. An abdominal ultrasound and needle biopsy of the liver was performed by Dr. Jessica Horton (without permission or ever meeting her.)
Emergency Veterinarian Services. Critical care, intensive care, specialty services (ultrasound/surgeries), endoscopy & surgical procedures.