Dr. Wietsma examined a P.m. grandis and a R. ciliatus for me. He was very knowledgeable about both species and I recommend him highly. One caveat is that it's not necessarily easy to get an appointment with him, especially if you have an emergency, as he is only at this place one day a week and is no longer taking new patients where he regularly practices (I forget the name, but I think it's in someone else's posting on here anyway). I did have some problems with his tech at Ocean State not getting back to me about fecal sample results, but that had nothing to do with Dr. Wietsma. (02/04/05)
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