Missy had her first vet visit in her nine years. Yeah it didn't go so well. She had to have a quick exam to get comfortis flea pill. Right when we pulled into the parking lot Missy was already getting anxious, so I took her and Piper out of the car to help chill them out. To go into the office my mom took Piper and I picked up Missy hoping it would help... Nope she wiggled out of my arms. Behind us was a women holding a Pomeranian and Missy actually didn't care. THEN we went into the tiny room with Piper, Missy and Me and my mom. That is when Missy started freaking out the longer we waited the worse she got. She was panting her fur was just falling off... And the noises started. She was whining and barking I tried to calm her down. She sounded like she was laughing. When two vet techs walked in she started barking at them and backing up. They told me to just pull her over to them because there was no calming her down. So I did and I felt bad for how scared she was. They were holding onto her and she just started swinging her head around trying to bite. I was able to stop her but I could tell one wrong move and she would go for it. They found her heart beat and let her go. Told me I should go outside while they looked at Piper's ear. My poor baby HATES the vet... I've never seen her act like that. She loves people. When I took her outside and walked her around she did calm down and went back to herself. A vet tech walked by and she politely and happily greeted her. Oh and Miss Piper did great as my mom bragged. Umm hello mom I am the one who trained her... I do believe the bragging rights belong to the trainer/caretaker not the owner. Piper has an ear infection and has to take 2 benadryl a day, ear drops every day for 7 days and clean ears every three days and after any bath or swimming. The vet also suggested to feed her food with salmon for her skin allergies and said Not to feed her food with chicken.