Letter: Personal attacks unfounded


We have recently learned of some slanderous and defamatory rumors that are being spread throughout our community regarding our clinic and our veterinarian.

Because the confidence and trust of our clients is so valuable and important to us, we decided to confront these untruths head-on and assure our current and prospective clients that the malicious rumors concerning Dr. Chad Zadina’s prior employment and licensure/malpractice history are patently false and entirely unfounded.

Although we believe that this is the extent of the falsehoods being spread about our practice and our veterinarian at this time, we encourage anyone on the receiving-end of such statements to do the research: Contact the Colorado and Wyoming veterinary medical boards to confirm Dr. Zadina’s spotless record; confirm his abilities, knowledge and ethic from the litany of board certified veterinarians, CSU teaching veterinarians and veterinary surgeons — past and present — that have conferred or worked with Dr. Zadina (we would be happy to provide a list of such references); or simply ask our clients about the standard of care received.

Although we don’t understand the reasoning for these attacks, we are very proud of our the good reputation of the clinic and Dr. Zadina and, as such, have nothing to hide.

We have an open door/open communication policy and welcome the opportunity to address any questions or concerns. We look forward to treating your furry family members for many years to come and otherwise appreciate the wonderful welcome we have received from this community!

Tabby Road Animal Hospital

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