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Non-professional veterinarians and those who call themselves professors
This is another story about doctors who call themselves professionals... My cat had heart problems (heart failure), and after an X-ray at another VET clinic, there was pulmonary edema and fluid in the lungs. At the Stein clinic, I was kindly offered "as if a terrible extra" to see Professor Jemeljanov, who allegedly trained all veterinarians in Canada, especially in the field of cardiology. Then here is this professor, who probably sees through the animal in the same way, without making anyone! analysis as well as not listening to cardiac arrhythmias and other lung noises (I assume because of his respectable age, but then it would be time to understand it myself and not try to treat anything else), because that's what I would call the treatment of my cat. The cat was given heart medicine and another system was injected! With pulmonary edema! The cat died today of pulmonary edema.... Thank you, honorable Professor Jemeljanov, as well as Dr. Eugene, who alone could smile in one show, indulging and answering the professor's "jokes" as it seemed to him... There was a careless attitude, feeling like on a conveyor belt! No one goes deeper, does not listen to the problem! The nurses walk like stunned flies, they do it like a pipe! Works on some autopilot. People, don't bring animals there unless you want that attitude! Full of VET clinics in Longsdale, as well as knowledgeable and truly professional doctors... not just old uncles worthy of the professor's name!Read more...