Pet Emergency Clinic

4050 Durock Rd
Shingle Springs, CA 95682-8450
3 Reviews

3 Ratings

Local: (530) 676-9044

Pets – Veterinarians

  • Services Offered

    Emergency and Critical Care Unit

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    1. Don't take your pets here!!!by novaleigh on 12/09/2011
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      Late one night, we raced our dog here after she was hit by a car. The clinic took x rays, told us our dog had a collapsed lung and fractured pelvis and suggested that we leave her at the clinic until we could arrange to get her to an orthopedic surgeon. They mentioned that there would be no one at the clinic during the day, but that someone would come by to check up on our dog. The next morning, we contacted our normal vet clinic, found a surgeon, made the appointment, and contacted Mother Lode to meet the vet at the clinic and pick up our dog. We arrived at Mother Lode and discovered that our dog had died. The vet explained that they had given her pain medication and an IV, and then left her alone for the day. She even went so far as to cover her mouth with her hand and say "Oops!" as if our dog's death was a minor issue. When we called our regular vet to cancel the surgery and told her what happened, she let us know that it isn't legal to leave animals alone after giving them pain medication or an IV. I realize that our dog probably had more severe injuries than anyone could have known about, but I can't help but think that this vet leaving her alone for the day contributed to her death. Please don't leave your pets with this clinic!||[]

      • Don't take your pets here!!!by novaleigh on 12/09/2011
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        Late one night, we raced our dog here after she was hit by a car. The clinic took x rays, told us our dog had a collapsed lung and fractured pelvis and suggested that we leave her at the clinic until we could arrange to get her to an orthopedic surgeon. They mentioned that there would be no one at the clinic during the day, but that someone would come by to check up on our dog. The next morning, we contacted our normal vet clinic, found a surgeon, made the appointment, and contacted Mother Lode to meet the vet at the clinic and pick up our dog. We arrived at Mother Lode and discovered that our dog had died. The vet explained that they had given her pain medication and an IV, and then left her alone for the day. She even went so far as to cover her mouth with her hand and say "Oops!" as if our dog's death was a minor issue. When we called our regular vet to cancel the surgery and told her what happened, she let us know that it isn't legal to leave animals alone after giving them pain medication or an IV. I realize that our dog probably had more severe injuries than anyone could have known about, but I can't help but think that this vet leaving her alone for the day contributed to her death. Please don't leave your pets with this clinic!||[]

        • Don't take your pets here!!!by novaleigh on 12/09/2011
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          Late one night, we raced our dog here after she was hit by a car. The clinic took x rays, told us our dog had a collapsed lung and fractured pelvis and suggested that we leave her at the clinic until we could arrange to get her to an orthopedic surgeon. They mentioned that there would be no one at the clinic during the day, but that someone would come by to check up on our dog. The next morning, we contacted our normal vet clinic, found a surgeon, made the appointment, and contacted Mother Lode to meet the vet at the clinic and pick up our dog. We arrived at Mother Lode and discovered that our dog had died. The vet explained that they had given her pain medication and an IV, and then left her alone for the day. She even went so far as to cover her mouth with her hand and say "Oops!" as if our dog's death was a minor issue. When we called our regular vet to cancel the surgery and told her what happened, she let us know that it isn't legal to leave animals alone after giving them pain medication or an IV. I realize that our dog probably had more severe injuries than anyone could have known about, but I can't help but think that this vet leaving her alone for the day contributed to her death. Please don't leave your pets with this clinic!||[]

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            4050 Durock Rd
            Shingle Springs, CA 95682-8450
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