Acworth Animal Hospital Review \r
Careless staff! I rescued a malnourished dog recently. Now, being protective of my already 3 dogs at my home, I kept this new addition dog completely separate. This included potty breaks not in the backyard where my other dogs do their business until our new comer was checked out and cleared. I decided to go with this vet because I had already brought two of my dogs up there for multiple things. Anyways so did the fecal exam on the rescue dog, I was told by the staff no news is good news. If she is positive they will call you today if not at the latest tomorrow. Well just to be sure I waited a couple extra days outside what the vet told me. Anyways, I was bringing in my dog today to the vet for her ears bothering her, and I get a call from the vet. Now I specifically told them this is an abused rescue, I don't know anything about her, but I'm waiting on the results so she can officially join our family. I get a call from the office saying that my rescue tested positive for hook worms. Really?? Oh and by the way they got those results a WEEK AGO!! The vet after finishing up with my dog I brought for her ear issue put the blame on the techs because the techs were told she was positive for worms the day I came in. The vet was not even caring about the situation when I told her I was very upset how it was handled. Do not go here, careless and put the blame on others!!! Not only did this make my perfectly healthy dogs susceptible to worms but also heartworm. This vet had the nerve to tell me that even if my dogs ended up testing positive for worms that it's doubtful it was from our new rescue, and their carelessness trying to not only put the blame on the hourly employees with no degree, but also convince me it's not their fault at all. I will never go back here again, I thought this was a caring vet office until this happened, don't be fooled everyone.