We bought a female Siberian Husky puppy for $1500.00. After a couple of weeks it was obvious that the dog had a problem with her left hind leg. We took her to the vet and he said she would require surgery costing thousands of dollars to make it right. No guarantee. When we contacted Birch Bark Kennels and informed her of the vet's diagnosis she disavowed any responsibility on their part. When we asked for our money back she refused but offered a full grown male instead. Hardly what we paid for. We couldn't afford a vet bill for thousands of dollars so we tried to help Niki (our pup's name) deal with her affliction. Niki's inability to put weight on her left hind leg and the concomitant limping has worsened as of late. I dread the day when she can no longer walk on her own. I only gave Birch Bark Kennels 1 star because 0 was not an option.
Yes I have used the veterinary services on a regular basis. Very happy with Dr Catterick from Country Meadows Pet Hospital. I'm very happy with everything, that we get the service, the professionalism and the care that's been shown. Thank you very much.
Sarah D.: Looking for recommendations on a good vet that does teeth work or are there equine dentist in the Fraser valley? Looking for hand floating. For young horse first teeth work. Thanks for your input
Alyssa H.: Hi everyone! I was thinking of switching my dogs food to A raw diet. I've never fed raw before, I am currently feeding freeze dried raw (Primal). Is raw more expensive? Where am I able to get good quality raw food that's affordable monthly? (On a budget) Thanks. :)