Animal 911 SouthEast Wisconsin

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42.6357 -88.2488
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855-738-7371

6023 Pine St

Burlington, WI

53105

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RESPONSE to Billy L --- Sadly, Billy L's wife filed this same review previously. When I responded with facts from my medical records, Citysearch reviewed my response and removed her review immediately. While all DVMs are sad that not

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RESPONSE to Billy L --- Sadly, Billy L's wife filed this same review previously. When I responded with facts from my medical records, Citysearch reviewed my response and removed her review immediately. While all DVMs are sad that not

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If you want a vet that acts like a pompous ass, is full of himself, spouts sexist and racist remarks, youve come to the right place. If you want a vet that refuses to let you be with your pet during evaluation and treatment and then blames difficulties on the pet instead of his own ineptness, youve come to the right place. This vet (Trask) had our cat SCREAMING from behind the walls. When my wife insisted a tech go see what was going on, Trask had the nerve to come out, bleeding, to tell her if I didnt like what she heard to go out and have a smoke. I called our cats former vet and spoke to a tech who said they NEVER had ANY issues handling our cat. UNFORTUNATELY, since it was a Sunday evening and our cat had an obvious UTI, there was not much I could do since she NEEDED antibiotics and an anti-inflammatory (which the vet would NOT administer until he got urine for a culture). We were told to leave our cat so she could accumulate urine on her own. After a call a couple of hours we rang to find there was no change, so we returned, unannounced, to pick up our cat, with or without treatment. When we walked in, we were told they had just administered subQ fluids 15 mins before (which should have been done initially as a supportive measure) in order for her bladder to fill. The process from start to finish at this point took less than 1 hour (note: there was a change of support staff, no young female assistants/techs for him to puff out his chest in front of, but a more established woman who KNEW what she was doing. The vet was ENTIRELY DIFFERENT AROUND HER.) This tech (Lisa) said she had NO problems with our cat because she made sure to give her breaks in between. She gave our cat fluids and prepared her to have urine taken. There was one meow of protest and that was it! Our cat was given anti-inflammatory and antibiotic injections AND we were sent home with amoxicillin prescribed UNTIL IT WAS DETERMINED IF A MORE APPROPRIATE DRUG WAS EVEN NECESSARY. ALL of this could have and SHOULD have been done right away. What we take from this is that this vet is NOT one to subject a pet to under any circumstance. Having only been in the area for 48hrs, it seemed like the drive to Burlington was the way to goit would have been better to drive further to Madison or Milwaukee to find a vet with an ounce of compassion and competence.

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If you want a vet that acts like a pompous ass, is full of himself, spouts sexist and racist remarks, youve come to the right place. If you want a vet that refuses to let you be with your pet during evaluation and treatment and then blames difficulties on the pet instead of his own ineptness, youve come to the right place. This vet (Trask) had our cat SCREAMING from behind the walls. When my wife insisted a tech go see what was going on, Trask had the nerve to come out, bleeding, to tell her if I didnt like what she heard to go out and have a smoke. I called our cats former vet and spoke to a tech who said they NEVER had ANY issues handling our cat. UNFORTUNATELY, since it was a Sunday evening and our cat had an obvious UTI, there was not much I could do since she NEEDED antibiotics and an anti-inflammatory (which the vet would NOT administer until he got urine for a culture). We were told to leave our cat so she could accumulate urine on her own. After a call a couple of hours we rang to find there was no change, so we returned, unannounced, to pick up our cat, with or without treatment. When we walked in, we were told they had just administered subQ fluids 15 mins before (which should have been done initially as a supportive measure) in order for her bladder to fill. The process from start to finish at this point took less than 1 hour (note: there was a change of support staff, no young female assistants/techs for him to puff out his chest in front of, but a more established woman who KNEW what she was doing. The vet was ENTIRELY DIFFERENT AROUND HER.) This tech (Lisa) said she had NO problems with our cat because she made sure to give her breaks in between. She gave our cat fluids and prepared her to have urine taken. There was one meow of protest and that was it! Our cat was given anti-inflammatory and antibiotic injections AND we were sent home with amoxicillin prescribed UNTIL IT WAS DETERMINED IF A MORE APPROPRIATE DRUG WAS EVEN NECESSARY. ALL of this could have and SHOULD have been done right away. What we take from this is that this vet is NOT one to subject a pet to under any circumstance. Having only been in the area for 48hrs, it seemed like the drive to Burlington was the way to goit would have been better to drive further to Madison or Milwaukee to find a vet with an ounce of compassion and competence.