Recently I adopted a dog from Unicoi Animal Shelter. In doing this the shelter gave me Robinson Animal Hosp. as a trusted vet to use. The day my dog was to be fixed, checked, and receive a micro chip was to be the first time I was able to spend time with him outside of the shelter for his home coming. Everything seemed to be going smoothly with his surgery. I was told to pick my dog up in the afternoon. I went to pick him up but before the vet would release him I was told I had to pay $72.00 additional to the $85.00 I paid at the shelter for his care. I just wanted my new buddy so I paid since the wait was turning into a all-day ordeal. After all, how long does it take to get my dog, his meds, and put a leash on him? My husband and I start out the door with him but before we made it to our truck Dr. Robinson came out of no where. I figured he had more to say about my dog's care after surgery. He started asking questions about where I kept my dog because of the bite marks on his ears from flies(which he got before being rescued by the shelter) and his weight (it was determined he had 2 kinds of worms). At this point my husband was turning red in the face and told the man we had just adopted him and this was his first time to go home. I have one bit of advise for Robinson Animal Hospital and that is WHEN YOU WANT TO TRY AND ACCUSE SOMEONE OF ANIMAL CRUELTY MAKE SURE YOU HAVE GOOD REASON! Furthermore, when a person asks if their dog's ears will be alright don't be smart saying, ""The only way to fix his ear's is cosmetic surgery and we won't be going that route!:"" A simple ""no"" he isn't in pain would have been nice to know. My husband and I have never hurt any animal and never will. It is safe to say I will find another vet to take Winston to see.