HAPPY!! by jendellas ()
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I am a very happy bunny.
In March Mike my amazing vet retired (I felt sick) but I decided I would see Phillip from the practice & when I asked Mike he agreed.
A month later imagine my horror when I found out Phillip was leaving.
Now, my vets was bought by a big conglomeration (they own about 33 practices around the country). Since Mike left & they took over, I have heard nothing good about the practice. Vets, nurses & receptionists leaving the sinking ship. When I nipped in last week the waiting room was empty, never been known before.
I was with Mike for over 25 years, he has looked after my girls & cats wonderfully well & I trusted him.
Since March, only things I have heard about the practice are not good.
Last time I saw Phillip he said he couldn't say where he was going as he was still under contract but told me not to worry.
I have today learned that he & another vet from Mikes old practice are opening a new vets together & guess what it is virtually over the road from me, within walking distance.
Tonight I feel much better for the girls & Mr. Buck. Hopefully when the practice opens in September they will be registered with Wolds Vets.
Thanks for all the lovely comments & favs, so, so appreciated. x
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I can't imagine having a Vet for 25 years. Banfield has a fairly decent medical care program for the life of your furry friend, but it's a crap shoot what vet will be there next. I like the vets that talk to the dog and tells them what they are doing, where they will be touching next, and why. Idk about all dogs, but the Shepards are very intelligent and understand quite a few words. I talk to mine all the time and think that has given them an even larger vocabulary. Sam and Katie seem much calmer at the vet when the vet talks to them and explains what's happening to them.