Yesterday (April 14) my family & I, went to Cummings for our miniature pinchers shots. We got in there got his shots, and headed home. In the car he was listlessly, he couldn't even hold his head up. When we got home I layed him down on the driveway to see if he could walk, he started shaking (we think he was having a mini seizure, so we drove across town, back to there office. We told the vets there what happened and gave him a shot and put something in his mouth. They laid him on the ground, rocky started to walk around, the doctor there said that he had hypoglycemia, or low blood sugar. A hour later, we brung him back to the vet. He gave him another shot, gave him another shot, and wrapped him in a hot towel. He said rocky would be fine, so we brought my brother to his birthday party returning to the vet a hour later. The vet wasn't there, so we walked to the nearby Hardee's. We then got a phone call from Bridgeport, Illinois saying our beloved rocky had passed away.
The bottom line is that if we hadn't gone to Cummings I would still have my rocky, and still be happy.
The people that were working there weren't even dressed apropriatley, wearing flip flops and jeans with holes I them.
I would advise, if you loved your pet, don't make your final vet trip there, even if they were giving out free appointments.
Alexandra Martin,11 Paducah