Jean, That's exactly my concern and why we're getting out now. The last thing he or I need is to be fearful of something else, especially since he sees the vet several times a year. I do. not. want him generalizing the clinic or anyone working there with the pain/stress from the chiro. This may all be kinda moot if we switch vets completely but I don't want to even start down that road. I emailed both the chiro and our vet this morning. I'm expecting a response at least from the vet tomorrow knowing her. I did not lay blame, I just stated that for Max's comfort we would be finding a new chiro and to please cancel our Aug/Sept appointments. It's done and I am relieved.I hope Max doesn't generalize his last experience to the visit with the new vet/chiro.
I would say more. I would want the letter to say something about not being happy with the type of interaction with the vet, rather than leaving the door open that maybe the adjustments are fine, but you're not seeing the response that you want.I will not be writing yelp reviews (though I am tempted) but I am letting our current vet know we will not be continuing with Dr. Brewer. I have an email drafted to Dr. Brewer canceling our next chiropractic visits in August and September. I'm sure I will get some response from Max's vet, but without going into specific detail, I think I'm just going to say I'm not happy with the way the adjustments are going and for Max's well-being we will be finding a new chiro.
Yep, that's the bottom line.I also repeat, she is a lousy chiropractor.
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