My beautiful and sweet dog Rainn (on the right) before her untimely death December 2013 at Chicago Veterinary Emergency & Specialty Center at 3123 N. Clybourn Avenue Chicago IL 60618.
Unconscionable things happened to my dog at the Chicago Veterinary Emergency and Special Center (3123 N. Clybourn Avenue, Chicago) under the "care" of the attending physician Dr. Seth Ghantous. This matter is currently being investigated by multiple state regulatory agencies. Subsequently, the details of this specific case cannot be disclosed. When the time is right, however, I will share the details of Rainn's heartbreaking story.
Before You Bring Your Pet To Chicago Veterinary Emergency and Special Center - PLEASE READ THIS
I took my beautiful American Staffordshire Terrier, Rainn, to the Chicago Veterinary Emergency + Specialty Center at 3123 N. Clybourn Avenue in Chicago for a routine blood test and exam. 5 days later my beautiful, happy and energetic dog was dead. She had just turned 8 years old.
Unimaginable things happened to my beloved friend at CVESC, under the "care" of the attending physician Dr. Seth Ghantous DVM. It is still difficult for me to come to terms with this devastating experience and what they did to my cherished friend.What I experienced was so egregious and so traumatic, it has changed my life and my view of veterinarians forever. Please do your homework before taking your pet to a veterinarian. Do not blindly follow a referral; even if it's a veterinarian referral. If you look at online reviews (as I did), know that consumer reviews for CVESC are being filtered by YELP so you are not seeing all of the reviews that have been published about this facility.
Reviews That Are Not Recommended are reviews that YELP decides not to share with you, the consumer, and these reviews are not included in the business's rating. There are 10 1 star reviews posted for CVESC in the past year that are listed in a section on the bottom left hand side of the YELP page.
Filtering (hiding) negative reviews about a health care facility is public endangerment and your pet's life could be at stake. A number of consumer warnings are also filtered on the YELP website; clearly misrepresenting consumer feedback.