I brought in my dog for his annual vaccines and check up. He’s been very sensitive to medication in the past and had a very bad reaction when given multiples medicines from the same procedure. This time around I expressed concern with having them give multiple vaccines and medications at the same time to my dog, as he’s sensitive. They proceeded to give him everything at once along with some Dog benadryl. A $300 estimated visit took a turn for the worst. After bringing my dog home and having him settle for over an hour, we wanted to make sure he was ok - all seemed fine. My wife and I went out to run some errands and when we got home there were 15+ piles of dog vomit all over the couch and rugs which we had to throw out. I immediately called the vet and brought him back in, only to have him shot up with more medication and another fat bill. This all could’ve been avoided if they acknowledged his sensitivity and my input. My vet bill almost tripled after this whole scenario so needless to say I’ll be looking around for another vet. The staff seem friendly but don’t seem to listen very well. With a somewhat negligent decision on their part, my dog had another bad reaction and has seemed out of sorts and upset ever since. Long story short I’m disappointed with my experience and having to pay even more after their mess up. They could’ve waived my additional fees and that would’ve left me with a better feeling; and/or admitted it was a mistake on their end, since this has all happened before. I’m not a vet and put my trust in their knowledge and care, only to have it backfire on me.