I took my corgi in because she started panting, obviously in distress. We told her it was possible she could ingested something but weren't sure, she was fine at 2pm and at 6pm starting feeling bad. Vet did some bloodwork told us she thought it might be a UTI, told us her body temp was 98, we could take her home and follow up with our vet next morning, supposedly gave her 2 shots. NEVER once did she tell us her body temp being low was dangerous, standard vet 101 treatment should have been IV fluids and critical to warm her body to bring the body temp back up. Throughout the time we were there she told us at every turn how much we would be charged and could we afford it, I told her whatever needed to be done. Never were we told to keep our corgi warm during the night, by 9am the next morning we were rushing her to our vet, she was in serious distress, her body temp had dropped to 96 and she died of cardiac arrest. My own vet was upset & shocked they didn't induce vomiting, give her the IV, warm her and keep her overnight. In addition my brother who raises champion labs consulted his A&M vet...this vet was grossly negligent and failed to provide basic care to a beautiful corgi who was not ony a much loved family member (8 yrs old) but a therapy dog.