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prettyinpink

Olive Branch, MS

#21 Nov 21, 2012
He is a little bit superior to you. He is the one who is helping your animal when you can't. I am a Vet Tech and at another clinic and y all means, f you are not putting Dr. Mills isn't the only Vet who would do so. I know of several. I also know of some who are reserved and may not say anything to you but will note things in your animal's file.
Superchick is right on that one. We in the animal field hold you to a different standard when it comes to animal care and it's our job to tell you about it. I think it should be done in a nice way, not demeaning or intimidating. I'venever met Dr. Mills but I've heard a million times over that he just talks that way. I've never heard of him just being outright mean. But some personalities clash. If you don't like him, it's your choice to go elsewhere.
At "guest" who's dog is scared to be on a table, why aren't you working on this nervous behavior at home to help make those experiences less traumatic? You could help your dog rather than let it remain nervous and fearful. That's what we encourage where I work.
guest

United States

#22 Nov 21, 2012
prettyinpink wrote:
He is a little bit superior to you. He is the one who is helping your animal when you can't. I am a Vet Tech and at another clinic and y all means, f you are not putting Dr. Mills isn't the only Vet who would do so. I know of several. I also know of some who are reserved and may not say anything to you but will note things in your animal's file.
Superchick is right on that one. We in the animal field hold you to a different standard when it comes to animal care and it's our job to tell you about it. I think it should be done in a nice way, not demeaning or intimidating. I'venever met Dr. Mills but I've heard a million times over that he just talks that way. I've never heard of him just being outright mean. But some personalities clash. If you don't like him, it's your choice to go elsewhere.
At "guest" who's dog is scared to be on a table, why aren't you working on this nervous behavior at home to help make those experiences less traumatic? You could help your dog rather than let it remain nervous and fearful. That's what we encourage where I work.
We have been working on him. He was extremely fearful when we got him. He is also an older dog. But since we got him we have gotten alot of his nervousness and fear out of him and he's much better but when it comes to men, he is afraid of tall men and if they try to intimidate him. Dr mills complimented us on our dog and how healthy and beautiful he was but the way he handled our dog was ridiculous. And we were very disappointed like I stated earlier.
prettyinpink

Olive Branch, MS

#23 Nov 21, 2012
I'm sorry about that. Older dogs are usually set in their ways like older people. lol.
4thepets

New York, NY

#24 Nov 21, 2012
prettyinpink wrote:
He is a little bit superior to you. He is the one who is helping your animal when you can't. I am a Vet Tech and at another clinic and y all means, f you are not putting Dr. Mills isn't the only Vet who would do so. I know of several. I also know of some who are reserved and may not say anything to you but will note things in your animal's file.
Superchick is right on that one. We in the animal field hold you to a different standard when it comes to animal care and it's our job to tell you about it. I think it should be done in a nice way, not demeaning or intimidating. I'venever met Dr. Mills but I've heard a million times over that he just talks that way. I've never heard of him just being outright mean. But some personalities clash. If you don't like him, it's your choice to go elsewhere.
At "guest" who's dog is scared to be on a table, why aren't you working on this nervous behavior at home to help make those experiences less traumatic? You could help your dog rather than let it remain nervous and fearful. That's what we encourage where I work.
Did you read all of the posts? You totally missed the boat. Remember you guys are held to a higher standard too by the people you serve.
MILLS FAN

United States

#25 Nov 21, 2012
I have used Dr. Mills for all my dogs since I was a teenager and I have NEVER had one bad experience with him. I repeat not one!

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