Alvin has been with the same vet since we got him a few months ago. Recently, the vet did bloodwork for a neuter and called us with the bad news that Alvin might have a liver shunt. Needless to say, we were more than a litttle upset by this news. The vet then did a second blood test. These results were normal; liver enzymes were within acceptable levels. Today he did a third blood test and said the lab he uses admitted to possible calibration problems - all blood tests done on the day of Alvin's first blood test may have been wrong. I like this vet - he takes the time to explain issues and is conservative in his approach (hence the second blood test). What would you do in this case? Find another vet or stay with this one? By the way, if Alvin could voice an opinion, he'd say "Let's forget about the vet entirely. If you drag me through his door one more time to get stuck, I'm gonna run away at the first opportunity."