Las Vegas, NV
My persian, Fluffy, decided it was a great idea to eat my Christmas decorations, including the Pointesettas. She began vomiting, so I rushed her down to Sunridge Animal Hospital. The staff quickly got me into an exam room where I was soon greeted by Dr. Rosa. She examined Fluffy, and assured me that there was nothing I need worry about. They gave her some medication to neutralize the toxins and an iv to recover her fluids from vomiting. It was such a relief that Dr. Rosa was able to care for Fluffy, at a great cost.
i had such a great experience at west charleston animal hospital. my little cupcake callie the calico got herself into the garden and eaten some of my peonies. she started throwing up everywhere. i rushed her in to west charleston animal hospital and she was seen by dr simmons. i was beside myself because callie had never thrown up before. dr simmons calmed me down and let me know that he'd be able to make her better. and he did! callie is doing fine and i now know to keep her out of the garden. thank you dr simmons and west charleston animal hospital for saving callie!
I was in a panic because my golden retriever Pluto got in a fight with another dog at the dog park. He looked horrible, his ear was gashed open and his front right paw was bleeding and his left eye had cuts all around it and he couldn't keep it open. I ran him down to Pebble Maryland Animal Hospital and they rushed him into surgery. I was worried sick, but the front desk girls and Dr. Sultan told me everything would be ok. They kept him there overnight. I came back and Pluto was all stitched up and a little groggy, but otherwise good. Thank you so much Pebble Maryland Animal Hospital and Dr. Sultan for saving my Pluto!