Wilds’ Animal Hospital running springs Review

I took my 6 month old husky-malamute mix here for a torn ligament in her back right leg as well as a dislocated hip. they took xrays and said it was a torn ligament but she would be 100% by Tuesday! IMPOSSIBLE! they gave her a cortisone shot which was 40 dollars and did not ask us about it, we signed a contract of what we were getting.. which did not include this 40 dollar shot. they got horrible xrays which were taken wrong, our normal vet and an emergency vet we went to afterwords said that there was no way they could have come to the torn ligament by the xray they had, they sent her home with us half asleep with 50 mg of Tramadol, which did not work AT ALL we had to go to a second AND third vet! turns out our poor baby needs ligament surgery which is 2,400 dollars! 100% by Tuesday. RIGHT. unpleased with the way they dealt with her like we were causing trouble and just wanted her out of the office, hardly let me talk when asked me a question before just walking out of the room. diagnoses was wrong, and the meds didnt help plus paid for a s**t xray We then called them after getting the right diagnoses and asked for a refund on at LEAST the xrays, that we can put it twords her surgery and they hung up on us, TWICE!! very unprofessional. never again!

625 La Cadena Drive West Riverside, California United States of America

(951) 684-2181


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