Dunedin Animal Medical Center & Pet Resort
1546 Main St, Dunedin, FL 34698
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I went here on a Saturday 02-11-2017 so maybe the weekday veterinarians are better then the one I encountered. My cat had blood on his lower lip, was throwing up constantly, very little eating or drinking, was extremely lethargic, and had hot ears. Before I took my cat I took checked the litter box for signs of worms. I checked his body for any cuts or bleeding. When we got there I repeatedly told the veterinarians assistants the problems. Then when the vet came in I told him as well. Dr. D'amico barely took the time to inspect my cat and he was literally inspecting him so I could not see what he was doing. He at least checked my cats mouth as he said he saw a broken tooth. I asked what he thought the problem was he replied by telling me he did not know. That there were a list of things we could do as in test then proceeded to tell the vet techs to get the pricing for me then left.. So I had the blood test done thinking that they would at least be able to tell me the cause then. I was wrong. The next day the person from the veterinarians office called to tell me the he had elevated white blood cell count and liver enzymes. He NEVER told me the problem! Now a week later my cat is still throwing up and his ears (that were not inspected) are horrible and are bleeding from obvious scratching as done by the cat. But for what reason I don't know, because the vet I took him to did NOT check them. When I called today (a week later) the person told me that the veterinarian who inspected my cat put that his ears were fine even though I TOLD them that they were not! Now I have to take my cat somewhere else because he did not do a full inspection, evaluation and diagnosis for my cat. I have filed a complaint with the BBB and other agencies that deals with negligent veterinarians. Edit: I ended up taking my cat to an excellent veterinarian in Tampa. Where they actually preformed a proper assessment and found he had ticks in his ears. Thankfully after the removal of the ticks from my cats ears, and the wonderful ointment I was prescribed he is slowly getting better. Today I was contacted from someone from the Dunedin animal medical center who did not ask about how my cat was doing, but instead asked what my problem was. Then had the gall to ask if I would bring the paperwork from the my now permanent veterinarian. I told him I want nothing more to do with his workplace or the veterinarian who do not do a proper assessment of my cat. I just found out that the license of the vet who inspected my cat is on probation. I suggest everyone look up the veterinarians before you choose. I truly wish I would have.