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Businiess name:  Pilchuck Vet Urgent Care Center
Review by:  citysearch c.
Review content: 
After hearing of a friend's recent experience with this ER, I have to put my 2 cents worth in! \r 5 years ago I went to PVH with a boxer that had delivered 1 puppy and 6 stillborns. I went to their reproduction speicalist, and he said to rebreed her and under his care, she should have a normal delivery. $2000 later my dog went into labor, delivered 1 puppy and had no more contractions. We raced into PVH because all of her records were there and thought that they would give her the best treatment considering they knew her case. We arrived at 2am and the entire hospital smelled of DMSO from a horse they were treating. I asked for an ultra sound to see if the puppies were still alive and I was denied. Xrays and ocitocin were given and we were put in an exam room, and ignored. We had no blankets, no towels, the room was covered in birthing material, and my husband had to go to our vehicle to get the blankets and towels we had brought for the drive. I was screaming for them to do a csection

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