DO NOT USE THIS FACILITY!\r
9 years ago they told me my dog needed surgery because they found an obstruction in her digestive tract. They called me asked me if I can pay $1500 to save my dog. Of course I would, and so they performed surgery. They then reported that they didn't find anything in surgery, and after she lost half of her weight, they said "Maybe I should bring her home to enjoy her while I can... and oh yeah, can you pay us our money?"\r
I told them if she lived past 30 days I'd pay them, and I did.\r
In 2010, our beloved dog nearly drowned while swimming. We brought her to this facility for checking out. The doctor in charge of emergency services said she sounded and looked ok, but to watch for pneumonia. In leass than 20 minutes after getting the dog hom, she started showing signs. We brought her back, and the doctor took x-rays and said "Yeah, she has a lot of fluid in her lungs and will need several days of ICU." Why she didn't catch it the hour before is beyond me.