I brought my 7.5 lb Pomeranian recently for the 3 yearly vaccinations. The vet acted suspiciously, I thought, motioning the assistant to the 3 needles on the table and her saying she might take my dog to another room because she might be hard to handle. A 7.5 lb, hard to handle? Soon I found out why. She jabbed the needles, which looked too big to me, and the dog yelped in pain. She also seemed to have a hard time plunging the syringe because she had to push it with her palm. Same with the 2nd syringe. If I thought that was bad enough I was not prepared for the 3rd one. When she jabbed the needle the dog jumped up yelping in pain and was scrambling to get away. Even after the needle was withdrawn the dog continued to cry, still in pain. I held her but she was still trying to get away. The vet took her from me and had to hold her tightly (the dog was still trying to get away). It took a while for her to calm down. And the vet acted like it was a big joke.
July 7, 2006, I was given a bottle of prescription in which the dosage was two times more than what was in the chart. Instead of one half (1/2) tablet the bottle stated one tablet which was clearly an overdose which resulted in puddles all over the kitchen floor and the dog in distress. And their reaction was indifference and coldness. I will never, ever bring my dog to this animal hospital again.