Dr. Mike McIntyre needs to be a lot more careful. My dog is 88lbs and he would pick him up and put him on the examining table instead of bending down to examine him like every other vet we've seen, this would make my dog very uncomfortable and scared. Once I came to pick him up from surgery and his anesthesia hadn't even worn off, he was very out of it and dribbling pee in the lobby. This Dr thought it was a good idea to give my dog loumistine (chemo) for a non life threatening tumor that he already removed. He assured me this was best and that chemo doesn't effect dogs like it does people so there wont be side effects. OMG I've never seen my dog so sick before the day after giving him his first and LAST chemo pill. He didn't get off the couch to relieve himself, eat, drink for 2 days. It was completely inapropriate to give him chemo. I'd like to see that DR take a loumastine and tell me how he feels. I poisoned my dog for nothing and he wanted to do this to him for 6 months. Well its been almost 3 yrs and my dog is doing great no thanks to him. I know that if I would've kept following his advise he would've killed my dog. He also wanted my dog to take rimydal every day for the rest of his life, he was only 8 at this time. After the chemo incident I found a holistic vet who advised me to change his diet, take out the carbs to help prevent cancer. Doing this (I now feed raw) it cured his stiffness so he didn't even need pain meds and still doesn't. Here we are almost 3 yrs later and not taking drugs he moves better than he did then. I could only imagine the problems my boy would've had with his liver by now had I continued the pain meds. I flushed the chemo from his system with wheatgrass juice, gave him colostrum and probiotics to help heal the damage to his intestines from the chemo. This was a huge lesson for me that just because someone wears a white coat doesn't mean they wont harm your pet or know what's best for them either.