In light of some recent events that I've been helping someone with, here is a very valuable link to information if you suspect a veterinarian has harmed or killed your companion animal.
Above all, the main rule to remember is *NOT* to allow the veterinarian to get rid of the remains of the animal. You must take the animal for a second opinion for a private necropsy/autopsy to determine cause of death.
A note of dedication will be attached to this entry regarding a sweet Eclectus boy named Gomez that broke his leg and due to careless veterinary process, died as a result after surgery.
Veterinary Malpractice & Dedication to Gomez - Eclectus Roratus
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28 March 2009 @ 04:52 pm
Veterinary Malpractice & Dedication to Gomez