plebayo wrote:At places like Banfield they make you do x, y, and z to try to get a diagnoses.
SLS61185 wrote:plebayo wrote:At places like Banfield they make you do x, y, and z to try to get a diagnoses.
Bandfield is who we use and we don't pay a lot of money at all. We have a monthly plan with them and have used them for three years now. So far the only thing they 'overcharge' for is RX's... but I just have them write them out for me and take it somewhere else.
plebayo wrote:I guess to better explain what I am saying is that clinics like Banfield do not allow their veterinarians to think for themselves. One of our veterinarians interviewed there and they explained that they have certain protocols. The veterinarian asked if she could do something different if she didn't agree with said protocol and she was told no. I want to go to a veterinarian that can do whatever they can to help my pet, if it means doing something out of order, so be it. Certain things do require protocol, but when it comes to finding a diagnoses, there's no set way of doing things IMO. The treatment plan should be based on what the veterinarian knows works, not from the book that some big CEO of Banfield has written because he thinks he knows how it is.
And also there's a lot more to this, like other people said...SLS61185 wrote:I have to like the people and they have to like Patch. They need to be 'cheap' too.
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