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    Default Re: A boy and his dog.

    Quote Originally Posted by Chumley View Post
    you hit the nail on the head Dave. He was one of those guys that feels he knows the dog better than the owner. He did all the talking and no listening..I'm still looking for a vet I'm comfortable with.
    Same here @Chumley, after my vet sent his 4 Techs in with a muzzle and a neck rope to hold Rambo down to clip his nails, I didn't care for their service at all. The part that killed me was Rambo never snapped or showed teeth, I wasn't allowed to touch or hold Rambo, Each Technician grabbed a paw, and attempted to force cut his nails, and he pulled his paws back from them. I know he's a big boy, but thats not the way you cut nails, again i'm not a technician, but i'm a pet owner. I stopped their sherade, removed the rope from around his neck that I never quite understood anyway, They said it was to keep him from falling off of the table, but at 71 pounds I know it would have hung him. Rambo looked at me with tears in his eyes, and when I removed his muzzle, and rope he squeezed tightly against me on the table until I set him down. I assume the technicians only do what he teaches them to do, and that told me they will never touch him when i'm not their, so in short, I am looking for a new vet.

    After you talking about chumley and how they dealt with him Jim, I totally identified with you. I've never seen a doctor send his technician out to get a baby, and bring the baby away from the mother or father to the back, and give shots, or not ask the mother or father to hold the baby for shots, so why would a vet try that without the pet owner. I know you've heard the term in life like I have, This guy has a ton of book smarts, and no common sense, That's sort of how I feel about Vets. I think it pays to find someone your comfortable with, and a service who is gentle with our kids. Seeing Chumley interact with that baby brought a huge smile to my face, He was just precious.

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    Couldn't agree more.

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    Default Re: A boy and his dog.

    OMG! That is the cutest thing I've ever seen!! How precious!!
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