Allied Veterinary Emergency Hospital

2324 Centerville Rd
Tallahassee FL 32308-4318
2 Reviews
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Week took our cat to this Emergency Clinic on a Sunday because our regular vet was closed and referred us. After $250 for lab work, the cat was diagnosed with a massive infection and was required to stay the night for IV antibiotics. We picked the cat up the next day and our total bill was $750. The vet could not say where the infection was...jus that his white cell count was extremely high. I asked about the possibility of cancer. That was essentially blown of with a statement like: "let's get the infection under control before were start looking at other things. The antibiotics did temporarily clear up the infection but it has now returned. I suspect it's not an infection at all but is actually cancer. We called our regular vet and they want us to spend another $250 for lab work which we know will again say the same thing. Sadly, we cannot afford these outrageous fees. This cat is 20+ years old and we cannot justify spending $1,000 for a pet who likely will die soon anyway.
This place is a disgrace! They performed surgery on my cat for kidney stones and missed a stone and a week later had to go back in for a SECOND surgery...They told me this is likely to happen again and would need a specific type of surgery that possibly only Tennessee would perform..NOT the case. They knew a Dr. at Capital vet specialists that performs this surgery all of the time..I found out it is a common surgery..So instead of referring me to another Dr. that was actually qualified to perform the surgery they would rather someone travel and if you did not have the money to do that the cat would have suffered, bled and died a tragic death at 7 years old...How many other animals and owners had suffered because of their lack of compassion for the animals? They do not care about the animals just they did not want to refer...For emergency care allied is NOT the only emergency drop off in town! I found out Capital vet services Kevin Drygus has 24 hour care..so any emergency I recommend bringing your precious one there!
Allied Veterinary Emergency Hospital is a full-service animal emergency hospital. We accept cats, dogs, and other small animals for emergency service. Walk-in emergency service is also available. If your pet is experiencing a life-threatening emergency, we are prepared to do everything we can. We will perform immediate emergency surgery if necessary, and provide critical care. Call us today for more information!