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Admiral Air Conditioning

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20222 Stuebner Airline
Spring
Texas
United States

Phone number: +1 832 318 0252
Web: http://goadmiral.com

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+1 832 318 0252 +1 (281) 876-9400 +1 480 987 3958
20222 Stuebner Airline
Spring , Texas
United States – 77379
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Non-professionalism

It all started with taking our kitten to the clinic after an injury from a kitten falling out a window. X-rays were done, everything was fine. Conclusion - strongly pawed paw, slightly cracked joint. Quite a lot of drugs were injected, but the ones I remember were antibiotics, urinary tract drugs (saline was also given), various vitamins and home-injected drugs that would remove the slight swelling and pain. I was already surprised by the amount of medicine, not to mention, of course, the extra vitamins that were prescribed just to charge me more, but that would be the least trouble. A week later, the cat started vomiting heavily and the cat did not look as happy as it had before. Of course, we hurried to the doctor himself again. The kitten was touched and asked if we had vaccinated the kitten, we admitted that we had not yet caught. Without explaining anything to me, he again ordered his subordinates to take the cat to the treatment room for a squirt. When the medicine was injected, I was dictated what was being injected and again the kitten was injected with exactly the same medicine as on the previous visit when the leg was injured. And until the end of the visit, I also didn't really explain what a cat virus was, because I didn't know how to say anything by stuttering myself, only a lot of medicines were primitively mixed. After a day, the cat did not get better, but worse. When I could no longer watch the cat, I was looking for a day clinic because it was a Saturday night. We hurriedly took us to the ANIMAL HEALTH CENTER with tears in our eyes. There, the doctor met very much and immediately said that the cat should be placed near the system and left with them. Then I wondered why Dr. Stein didn't have such an offer if the cat vomited every hour and wasn't able to walk on its own? It was also difficult for me to force the cat to feed and watch helplessly if I didn't know what was wrong with the cat. Tonight, after several x-rays and analyzes from the health center, I learned that the kitten has feline plague. I was obviously shocked, but I was drawing parallels where a cat could be caught if the cat lives in an apartment and has only been to the Stein Clinic during his lifetime and the disease appeared a week after his first visit with a broken paw. Of course, I am also to blame for not taking the cat in time to vaccinate against these grievous diseases, but who could have predicted that the accident with a paw would be the first visit to the doctor before making the pouches. Therefore, I mainly believe that in this clinic, such a thing as STERILITY was NOT THINKED, because during the first visit, which lasted 1.5 hours, several homeless kittens were brought in, who are the biggest vectors of the disease. In my opinion, if, however, this clinic is also a clinic that registers and examines street animals, then it needs another enclosed space that does not include animals that are a little more lucky in that animal. Not to mention the unprofessional nature of the cat examination, which lasted a minute — or, it hurts the abdomen, either then to the treatment room for a squirt. Therefore, I am very grateful for the welcome at the health center, where the primitive visit lasted 20 minutes instead of a minute. Now all that is left is to hope that the little life will survive, because she is getting better and better and is finally able to eat on her own. There is an expensive recovery process ahead, but we hope the kitten will be able to bring life back home.

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