San Bruno, CA
Be very cautious, please "your pet is your baby"
We had a kitty, that recently passed away afflicted with cancer, and we are now left with our doggy, who has been our companion for many years. Not to long ago he started coughing and we did not know what to do. At first, we thought that he had something cough in his throat. He would eat and drink and yet he would cough. A couple of days of the coughing we brought him over to All Pets Hospital. They practically kicked us out telling us that he had Kennel Cough. They gave us a prescription and practically told us to get out and not come back until he was better. Well, a couple of weeks after the medication our dog is still coughing. Not knowing what to do, we brought him again. Well the staff was rude and unkind-they told us that they would give him a slight sedative to ease him because he was tense. We said, please do not sedate him, because he is an old dog and the last time he was sedated, we almost lost him. We worry, terrible every time a vet tells us that he must be sedated. Fifteen minutes later, I received the dreadful call-he was not reacting from the anesthesia. I brought him at 11am and I ended up taken my frail half sedated dog home at 3:30pm. They gave him so much anesthesia that they almost killed him. I am taking him home and never coming back. It just so happens that he never had kennel cough but bronchitis. We haev been treating our dog with medications for the wrong diagnosis. Please do not bring your pets here. This place needs an attitude adjustment, they are supposed to be taking care of our treasures, but treat most clients with disdain.