My dog Surabi had 5 puppies on the 29th of June 2006. On July 5, 2006 I took my Chihuahua Surabi to Banfield for emergency care. The dog was shivering, her body was really hot and she could not stand on her own. Dr. Glimer admitted her right away and started treating her. After about an hour later Dr. Glimer told me that her calcium level was very low. Dr. Glimer expressed her concern about the puppies being away from their mother and told me to bring the puppies to the clinic but something was not right, so I decided not to bring the puppies. After my dog being treated she told me to give her 1/2 a tum three times a day. She told me it was ok for my dog to feed her puppies. Long story 6 days later my dog ends up again in the Clybourn emergency room. The doctors that treated my dog that night and the following morning told me that Dr. Glimmer gave me a wrong advice. Usually after an episode of low calcium in a small breed the best is to hand feed the puppies. I feel that I paid this clinic for an advice that made my dog end up in the vet in less than a week. They almost killed my loyal companion. By the way I took this matter to court and it will be going to trial on December 28, 2006.