My parent's dog was hit by a car last week with extensive injuries to his lower-half. I am concerned with the competence of the veterinarian & office.

Asked on Aug 15th, 2017 on Consumer Law - Florida
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*The DVM with no initial assessment, grabbed the dog in the area in which he was injured. The staff also appear to be incompetent and not knowledgeable of appropriate medical practices. I believe this incompetence further injured the dog. I also believe my family and I were deceived about the reasons he was being kept. And that another veterinarian has now been assigned to the dog's case, in order to intentionally cover up the incompetence and recklessness of the entire office.
Answered on Aug 16th, 2017 at 5:08 AM
Unless you are a veterinarian, this is all bare speculation. Moreover, this seems more like efforts to rationalize the real issue, which is, how is it that your parents dog was not on a leash and hit by a car to begin with? Before you do anyhting further you will have to hire a veterinarian and have them provide a written opinion of what if anything was done improperly. 

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