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RE: [FH] Cardiologist in Texas/Oklahoma?

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  • Mike & Linda Irrgang
    The best speciality vet clinic in Texas and most of the SW USA is: Gulf Coast veterinary clinic in Houston: they get referrals from all over the USA and the
    Message 1 of 5 , Oct 28, 2002
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      The best speciality vet clinic in Texas and most of the SW USA is: Gulf
      Coast veterinary clinic in Houston: they get referrals from all over the
      USA and the world....they will only see you by referral....it's worth every
      cent you will spend....we have been patients there for almost 9
      years.....that was when Pum had a life expectancy of 2 yrs at the most....

      Linda and the boys

      -----Original Message-----
      From: Melody Woods [mailto:newoods@...]
      Sent: Saturday, October 26, 2002 8:42 PM
      To: feline-heart@yahoogroups.com
      Subject: Re: [FH] Cardiologist in Texas/Oklahoma?


      - He is not a heart specialist . He is a specialist..and very very
      good..
      Bella was a patient of his.
      I believe Texas A and M has heart specialist and think one member here
      uses one in Houston

      sage -----
      From: Lynnie Henderson
      To: Feline heart ; gotmilksmom
      Sent: Saturday, October 26, 2002 10:26 PM
      Subject: Re: [FH] Cardiologist in Texas/Oklahoma?


      If you're looking for a place to get an echocardiogram, there is a
      diagnostic clinic in North Dallas -- Animal Diagnostic Clinic, 4444
      Trinity
      Mills Road, Dallas, TX 75287 (972) 267-8300
      That is where Freckles was referred. The doctor that did the echo was Dr
      Brondstat (sp?); there are two others in the same clinic - I can't find
      the
      brochure, of course. I do not think any cardiologists are there, but they
      do
      have the latest diagnostic equipment.
      If you can get a different doc, I would. Dr Brondstat was very competent,
      I
      think, but his people skills stink. In fact, the whole experience was
      pretty
      impersonal. The doctor did, however, consult several times with my vet and
      gave a thorough diagnosis. My vet said that this clinic is the best
      specialty clinic in the area.
      When you call, ask if they have a cardiologist. They might have one I
      don't
      know of. But my understanding is that the closest vet cardiologists are in
      Austin or College Station (at the A&M vet school).
      You might need a referral from your vet for the diagnostic clinic. I was
      so
      stressed (as you understand) that I don't remember the details.
      Lynnie


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