Pet lovers BEWARE!
I took my cat to see Pearson because I suspected he had ear mites. Pearson told me, she needed to anesthetize him to take a sample from each ear and look under a microscope to confirm the diagnosis. At the end of the procedure, she told me he had mites and suggested a 4 week treatment plan, ear antibiotics and a shot once a week for 4 weeks. At the end of the 4th week he was still scratching and shaking his head, so she gave him a 5th shot. He was still experiencing the same symptoms, so I took him in for a 6th visit. Pearson then told me, he must have ear wax and prescribed drops. Two weeks later, I was at another vet and asked him a few questions about ear mites. He asked me, if my cat was an indoor/outdoor cat? I said, indoor. His next question was do you have any other cats? I said no. He then told me, there is absolutely NO WAY my cat had mites and that it must be ear wax. So, I spent close to $500 and had my cat subjected to toxic injections for NOTHING more than ear wax.
After reading the horror stories from other pet parents I have decided to contact the California State Board, the Better Business Bureau, San Marcos Chamber of Commerce, and every pet advocacy group I can find. In my opinion, this woman needs her license revoked. If you love your pets as I do DO NOT TAKE THEM to see this woman!