Molly was all of maybe a year old and weighed only 6 lbs. Trying to save a little money, I purchased an over-the-counter flea and tick product for small dogs under 20 lbs. Well, I almost killed her. She was pale, breathing was shallow, and she was salivating profusely. Dr. Kaehler was on call that evening and met us at the clinic. She gave her a Dawn dish soap bath to get off what she could. Then it was just a waiting game to see if she would hold her own. There wasn’t much we could do at this point and she sent us on our way to have dinner with friends as planned at the Kaiserhoff and said if she came around before we came back she would bring her up to the Kaiserhoff. She said she would stay with Molly as she had paperwork to do and a few other odds and ends. We had a nice dinner, went back to the clinic and Molly had come around and was anxious to get going and go home. Dr. Kaehler took the time to contact the company that produced the flea and tick and make a complaint about the little puppy on the packaging leading one to believe that it was safe for young dogs but in the fine print it was for dogs 10 lbs to 20 lbs! Dr. Kaehler was so kind and supportive in trying to make me feel better, that things happen and I wasn’t a bad “Mom”. This was 7 years ago and Molly is happy and healthy and I always get my vaccinations and flea and tick products from the clinic. I’m not taking any chances on Molly’s health. Thanks to everyone at the clinic they are the best!