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Post treatment complications VET

  • 25-03-2024 5:22pm
    Registered Users Posts: 2

    Hi, does anyone recommend a solicitor who specializes in cases like professional misconduct or anything similar? Our cat had an ear flush however, the vet didn't explain exactly what he would do and what the side effects of the treatment could be. He doesn't want to take responsibility for the cat's post-treatment deafness and issue with balance. Cat not able to jump as high as before our cat not the same like before.



  • Registered Users Posts: 16 JustAsking2022

    did you sign a consent form?

    How long since the treatment has your cat had the issues and did you get a 2nd opinion at all

  • Registered Users Posts: 2 karloseqxm

    I need to see a specialist, but I provided some details to a specialist outside of the state, and they said that this will require quite a few steps to try to cure him. Similar treatment costs a fortune in Ireland, and we are considering taking him outside of the state. Yes, I signed consent, I think that's required before every procedure.