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Complaint Review: Lone Tree Veterinary Medical Center
Lone Tree Veterinary Medical Center8681 E Lincoln Ave Lone Tree, Colorado United States of America
Lone Tree Veterinary Medical Center Damaged My Purebred Scottie's Ear Lone Tree, Colorado
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That wasn't even the worst part. The surgery went fine, but that evening, we noticed that her one ear wasn't standing up like the other one. It turned out that she had gotten a nasty spider bite at the vet. The poison ate through a hole through her ear and it has yet to stand up a month later. It is still healing and has atrophied, so I have my doubts that it is going to fully recover. I would NEVER leave my dog unsupervised with them again. One of the vets there who saw her even admitted to us that it had almost certainly happened at their facility while she was under anesthesia.
Now I have a purebred scottie that cost me a lot of money whose ear does not stand up. I have been telling everyone I know who takes their animals here not to. I would not trust them with my dog again. Please take your animal elsewhere.
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