The bill will be large and once you pay good luck getting any further cooperation from forwarding via email the test results to your primary veterinarian or filling out any subsequent forms. After spending 6h waiting on an email with multiple calls by my vet requesting the information and I called after my vet let me know that they were still waiting at 1:30pm for a request that was originally made at 9am and was told that "they were to busy to deal with it then, it would be done later in the day." (Direct quote) My dog may have died anyway, but being able to eliminate their incorrect diagnosis a few hours earlier and find the true problem may have made a difference or at least allowed me to make the humane choice and end her suffering several hours earlier. Now I am left trying to get the doctor who saw my dog to sign off on an insurance form, it only requires 1 sentence explanation and a signature. I submitted the form a week ago and finally called to follow-up today(6d later) and the person whom I spoke to was exceptionally rude and even hung-up on me. I found out that the Dr who need's to sign off on the form is out this week, okay. I asked when they would be back since the form needs to be submitted within the next 10d ( I submitted it w/ a 21d window not last minute) The young lady snapped at me and said I could bring the form in myself to be signed (they have the form and if the Dr is not there-what use is that?) also it is a 130 mile round trip to the clinic. Why should I drive down there to bring a duplicate form. She then hung-up w/o another word. I can't recommend this practice between the rude staff and mis-diagnosis, I am sure that they do great work and help many people and animals, and maybe I just had the misfortune of crossing paths with them on the wrong day but I will not be back and recommend that you look for another alternative if at all possible.