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Doctors Park Veterinary Clinic

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450 E Main St Ste B1, Canfield, OH 44406

(330) 533-6200

Today: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Tomorrow: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
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Phone: (330) 758-0568

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Alicia T.



We are fostering to adopt a Chihuahua through a rescue that uses this facility. While having him we realized her needed surgery for legg calves perthes which is where the top of the femoral bone doesn't sit into the hip joint correctly causes bone on bone grinding and pain. So we had the surgery done brought him home and did everything they told us to do for recovery. 2 weeks later he still wasn't using his leg. So Dr. Cameron said keep doing range of motion, swimming and keep him on pain meds. We did it all. Took him back a month later still wasn't walking on it. And he said "you can't baby him, you have to do the range of motion, make him swim, and walk," then there was talk of possible amputation or leaving it dangle there. So of course by this time I want a second from the vet I take my other dogs too but we still wait it out. He is still not using the leg seems to still be in pain. Fast forward ANOTHER month we bring him in and Dr. Cameron says idk I am stumped and pretty much leaves it at that.
So now I speak to the rescue about allowing me to get another opinion (all at my own cost of course) so I take him to my vet and they do 3 sets of x-rays. (come to find out Dr Cameron only did 1 view after surgery) well on the other view you can see plain as day a piece of bone that HE MISSED during surgery. That if he would have just taken one more x-rays would have been caught and my dog wouldn't have had to go through all this pain. Not to mention finding out when he was speaking to the rescue he was blaming me accusing me of not doing follow up care! I would never ever go to the place for anything, if they mess up a surgery what else are they doing wrong? Stay far far away!