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Council reaches political agreements on CO2 emissions from ships and plastic bag use

Meeting in Brussels, EU environment ministers reached an agreement on new EU-wide rules for CO2 emissions from ships. They also agreed on new rules to limit to use of lightweight plastic bags across the EU.
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By far one of the worst veterinarian experiences that I have ever had. I have had dogs my entire life and have been to various different veterinarians throughout the state of FL and I have never encountered one so dysfunctional. From my experiences at Westwood, I clearly came to see that they were driven by profit and not by their care for animals. Taking my 3 1/2 month old puppy to this vet has possibly resulted in the death of my puppy. My puppy, a rescue from Tampa, was under-diagnosed and misdiagnosed on 3 different occasions. I later found out, on research done on my own and after a trip to North Florida Animal Hospital, that my puppy has bacterial pneumonia. Because of the ineptitude of Dr Pridgeon, my puppy was not properly taken care of and her symptoms only grew worse. In the span of 2 days, I was forced to pay close to $1,000 for treatments and medicines that weren't ever meant for her sickness. My puppy had severe breathing problems, no appetite, mucous discharge from her nose and eyes, diarrhea, her third eye-lids were very apparent and she could not walk or control her bladder. The only thing that Dr Pridgeon told me was that my dog was very sick. Not only did he show a disregard for proper procedure in this case, but he showed an utter lack of knowledge for the care of my puppy. I have never experienced such idiocy and inadequacy at a vet before. I will never return to this vet and I will never recommend this vet. My puppy is now in North Florida Animal Hospital, spending two nights in intensive care and because of the lateness of her diagnosis, she has a 50/50 chance of living. I hold Westwood Animal Hospital and Dr Pridgeon directly responsible for this.
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