My husband and I took our dog Niles in because he was bleeding from his mouth due to mouth cancer. We thought it was time to let him go, however the vet more or less lead us to believe he needed a 10 day antibiotic shot and to give him liquid medicine instead of the pills he taking because he refused to take them. They charged us 325, they wanted us to buy more medicine but we said no, then they became very cold and uncaring. To make a long story short Niles continued to bleed blood clots so we found a vet in Concord. The vet checked Niles out and said it was time for us to let him go. He said Niles had 13 years of love and we needed to continue showing our love for him by letting him go, so we did.
I have been blessed to have only GREAT experiences here; the staff is warm and caring given the urgency of situations and I appreciate them not only caring for my pets but me too.
I currently have a Dying dog, Not eating, jaundice, puking up blood, and this is the only place within Antioch that is open with services to attempt to end her suffering, Instead of listening to our complaints that the vet we normally go to called today to say the blood work was inconclusive but there is something wrong with her liver, The Doctor here said, Well I m not going to take your word for it, I ll need to see the blood count. I m not going to euthanize her on your word. You know the owners who see her everyday, live with her, and can tell when she is not herself, plus her normal vet is saying there is an issue, but can t tell what. I hope this man losses business due to his inability to do the humane thing.