Nina Before Dr. Jean Zech-Manhart (two)

Nina Before Dr. Jean Zech-Manhart (two)

Nina, my Beloved Blue Heeler, about 10 days before her teeth cleaning surgery. She was very happy and had never been sick in her life. After the surgery called Dental Calculus Gingivitus, she went into distress and for the next 18 days I repeatedly took her back to the vet, including an all day stay and a 48 hour stay. Her symptoms were vomiting, diarrhea, difficulty eating, lethargy. Jean Zech-Manhart DVM, practicing 27 years, of Pacific Veterinarian Clinic, Grants Pass, OR., told me Nina was (fine). Even 3 days before Nina died Dr. Manhart told me Nina’s organs were functioning fine. She made inferences that Nina was just manipulating me. On that day I decided to change vets, not knowing Nina only had 3 more days…Nina died of kidney failure caused by NSAID’s. Dr. Manhart prescribed NSAID’s then didn’t follow up with a blood test, as is recommended (I found out 2 months too late). Dr. Krause answered my emergency call, gave Nina a blood test and within 1 hour diagnosed Nina’s problem. Then spent the next 7 hours trying to save Nina’s life. Twice Dr. Krause said, “Had we only been able to get to her sooner”. I replied, “I TRIED!!! But Dr. Manhart kept saying Nina was fine!”. Andrea Krause DVM, licensed for 15 months now, was a wonderful vet and I spent that Sunday wishing she had been our vet instead of Dr. Manhart. Nina would be here now. Nina’s life could have been saved over an blood test. Nina was also my Service Dog and aided me with my disabilities. Her

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