After my second visit to Doggie Divine I will never bring my dog back to this establishment and I am actually hesitant to bring my dog to another groomer. After my dogs visit I noticed he was skiddish, stressed and scared. I also noticed that he did not receive much of a hair cut. After a $100 dollar vet bill due to diarrhea, a fever and blood in his stool I called to inquire more about his visit at Doggie Divine. Come to find out that he had multiple accidents while there, was constantly pacing, panting and could not be contained. Due to the fact that the groomers had spent so much time with my dog they refused to credit me for the cut even though they only trimmed his nails and his paws. What frustrates me most is they didnt have the courtesy to be honest with me that my dog obviously doesnt belong in an environment as such and I would have continued to expose him to unnecessary stress. It does not sound like Doggie Divine operates with business ethics that I would find acceptable.