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Banfield Pet Hospital is a privately owned company based in Vancouver, Washington, United States, that operates veterinary clinics
Clinics inside PetSmart locations average four veterinarians and about 1,800 square feet (170 m2). Banfield operates more than 800 clinics inside PetSmart locations nationwide. As of 2007, annual revenue totaled US$187.5 million and the company employed more than 5,000 people. Banfield provides veterinary care for pets and also sells discounted care packages called Optimum Wellness Plans. The company’s headquarters in Northeast Portland includes an off-leash dog park open to the public.
By 2005, the company served 3.5 million animals annually at 450 clinics worldwide. That year the Banfield Charitable Trust was created to provide free care to economically disadvantaged pet owners. Banfield also opened a third stand-alone hospital, located in . In early 2007, PetSmart sold off part of its share of MMI, Banfield’s parent company.
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Someone stepped on my little dog's foot and injured it enough to make it bleed and make it impossible for her to walk on it. She was in extreme distress. I called Banfield, to whom we have paid approximately $400 a year over many years for the 'optimum wellness plan' services, at 5:00 pm. They told me they were too busy to see her before closing at 7:00 and that I should take her to the pet emergency clinic in my area. I insisted that they see her, and took her there. After a cursory examination of her paw, she was sent home with ** and another appointment 4 days later, as they couldn't fit her in before that. She spent the next 4 days in extreme pain, still unable to walk on her paw, and then we returned. Because they had scheduled the appointment for late in the day, they didn't wish to perform any X-rays at that time so gave her more pain meds and made another appointment for her the next day.Today they finally took X-rays and shaved her paw but still didn't do anything else. This cost was over $300.00 and she is still in pain and cannot walk. While I was waiting to pick her up early in this afternoon, another client called and reported that her dog had bloody stools and was very sick. I heard the Banfield associate tell her they didn't have time for an emergency appointment today. Why pay these people when they won't see your pet when he has an emergency need for veterinary care?When you join Banfield, you’re joining a practice of diverse individuals and pet health care experts. We are all devoted to making a difference in the lives of pets and the clients we serve, while advancing the future of veterinary medicine. See what we’re all about. I have been taking my dog to Banfield Pet Hospital for the last 11 years. I pay $37.00 per month for the wellness plan. Wednesday my dog went in for a wellness check with these concerns. She has not been eating well and has been losing weight. She also had an occasional cough. They did a blood test, gave her 3 different booster shots. They said that she had an enlarged heart and that was the cause of her problems. They offered more tests for around $400.00, which we declined after looking up enlarged heart on the internet. By Wednesday night she could not stand, walk, or barely respond. Breathing heavy and acting as though she was in pain. A call from Banfield on Thursday all this was conveyed to them. They said call if it does not get better.