At first they were all quite nice. I was happy with Dr. Corry. I had adopted a dog from the local shelter and took him straight to this vet for a check up. He was initially vomiting (vomited in the car on my way there). The dr was very nice about it, and having worked in the vet field I knew a stomach virus or something minor could be causing it, so I took the meds he gave me to give him and got some HWP and took my new family member home. Days past and he continued to vomit; not just once per day but upwards of 5 or so times per day. I take him back to the vet. They changed the meds, and even gave me injections to give him at home to control his nausea. They suggested bloodwork, which I gladly did (if it would give me an answer I was willing to do it). Still no change. I adjusted this dog's food, no treats, continued to give meds and nothing ever changed. I think in a 3 week span I was at the vet office maybe 7 times, spending probably $700 or more dollars on treatments. On my second to last visit there I was told that it was possible he could have something more serious, but the only way to know would be to do an exploratory, and if it was what they thought the surgery and the procedure to fix it probably would not alleviate the entire problem.. basically my dog would vomit massive amounts multiple times per day for the rest of his life. I took him home, knowing my options and also knowing that neither me or my husband were made of money and with the money we already had put into him another $600 or more to probably not fix the problem was a lot for us. We knew he did not have the quality of life that he deserved.. he was losing weight, couldn't hardly keep food down, was very lethargic and dehydrated half the time, so we made the decision we thought was the best option for him and us. When I went in to put him down, I was balling. The staff at the front desk were amazing, very compassionate. The technicians were also very compassionate and understanding and that made it slightly less difficult for me. Until Dr. Corry came into the room. He was just plain rude. He spoke to me in this demeaning tone, basically saying that I could do the surgery and if I didn't do the surgery then I was a bad owner. He made me feel like I was about a foot tall, telling me it wasn't the right decision. So I had a bad taste in my mouth from his attitude from the start. When he went to give the injection, I was petting my dog on the head trying to comfort him as much as possible, and Dr. Corry is fishing around in his arm to the point where my dog screams in pain and then proceeds to projectile vomit right next to me.
Had I not had that last experience of having to put my pet down I would have most definitely rec this vet. But NO vet should EVER make an owner feel bad for having to make a decision they have to make when it comes to this. I have worked as a vet assistant for over 8 years, and even if the vet's I worked for disagreed with an owner and thought whatever the ailment that animal had was treatable, I have in those 8 years NEVER seen a vet be as rude to me as this man was. It was unacceptable behavior in my eyes. And I have never stepped foot back in this clinic since. I tell everyone I know about my experience with this man and how he is, in my opinion, not a compassionate man. You cannot make someone feel like dirt and expect them to be pleased with your service. Disgusting..