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Today I had an appt with Dr. Fuenning at 230 pm. I got there at 225 and noticed on my home security cameras that are downloaded on my phone that I accidentally left a bag of trash on front door and my dog was eating it. I told them I can go home and be back by 245. They refused to allow me. As I was having severe chest pains with an oxygen of 91 percent, I decided to stay and watch my dog on the camera. At 3 pm, my dog was no longer visible on the camera and was not barking when a neighbor knocked on the door. I was very worried about him so I told them I must leave. Mind you at this point Dr. Fuenning was over 30 minutes late. I went home and called the vet who told me everything he ate was non toxic and just watch for gi issues. At 5 pm Dr. Fuenning office called me to tell me I was fired from the practice because I would not wait any longer and left my appointment. How insane is it for a doctor to fire a patient because 1. They had a possible life threatening situation at home and 2. The patient waited over 30 minutes and Dr. Fuenning still did not come in the room.

Susan lloyd more than 2 years ago

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