My Dachshund, Florence, had dental treatment at Vets on the 7th February 2019. On the 4th day afterwards, a black spot on her back unfurled into a raw wound. Growing bigger until I returned to the Practice with my concerns. Her wound was sent to the 'Wound Library' and acknowledged as a thermal burn, which turned out to be 3rd degree. In the following two weeks more burns revealed themselves - and to varying degrees she had 7 affected areas on her back. Fortunately, I work at home and could give the wounds the vigilance required. She attended the Practice for observation, and I changed her dressings there, whilst the Vet photographed her wounds for their records. She was given all conservative treatment of antibiotics and dressing materials for me to use at home, until she was 'signed off' 3 weeks ago. I consulted a Homeopathic Vet who told me all my natural treatments were exactly as he would prescribe for her. But that she would be scarred, and where hair recovery, beyond damaged follicles, was achieved her hair would be white. My Vet Practice - has offered me a closure - the supportive 'free' treatment, my taxis to the Surgery (with receipts presented) and the refund of dental treatment - under the cover of their Indemnity Insurance. I feel this needs brought to our attention - that our pets are regarded as chattels, and this is - apparently within Law. Any advice would be so welcome before I have to accept that is the case.