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- by ErinL819 on 06/21/2011
I rescued a Weimaraner puppy at 8wks back in November of last year. I brought him to see Dr Schlanger after the rescue recommended him. Puppies are wonderful but A LOT OF WORK!!! The staff at Brent-Air Animal Hospital have continually been helpful to us and our pup- they send newsletters keeping you updated on what’s happening, you can call in a last minute appointment and they will do everything to try to fit you in, they give honest recommendations on products and don’t try to push you to buy anything, and they are always smiling and remember their patients and their family. We brought our dog in and Dr. Schlanger wasn’t available, so being neurotic I was hesitant. We saw Dr. Amy who is also amazing! Our weim had problem after problem starting from his adoption: UTI- check!, sensitive stomach- check!, Giardia from the dog park – check!, and we’re not negligent dog owners by any means! Now after a little bit of trial and error, he’s eating the right food for his sensitive stomach, and taking vitamins to help strengthen his vulnerable puppy immune system. With all of this, they have been great for us as first-time dog owners (without parental involvement) and our dog loves to see them. The only thing is, I have a pet assure discount from work and wish I could use it there. Hopefully they'll add that. :)
- by lindsey schoen on 12/11/2010
This is the best vet I have ever been to! He is great, and his staff is wonderful! And it is very inexpensive. Very caring!
- by WillDean on 01/09/2010
My girlfriend and I have been coming to Brent Air ever since we became owners of 2 pit/lab mixes, Luci and Sati. Every... once again.... EVERY single time we've called or come in the staff has been wonderful!!! We've shopped around the LA area to check out what other vets were like and even though it's a bit of drive because we're over in Hollywood, They will always be our Vet!!!! Dr. Edmonson and Dr. Schlanger are amazing. They really do take pride in their work and I've never felt so comfortable and relaxed with a vet. Seriously, if you're reading this do yourself a huge favor and make Brent Air your vet!!!! Brent Air we love you guys!!!!! -Will & Lindsay
- by KarlaFox on 02/20/2009
Our family has been bringing our 4 dogs to Dr. Kevin Schlanger for many years. We have never been happier with a veterinarian than we are with him. Our dogs aren't even afraid of him! He has provided the most excellent care and always with a reassuring smile and great sense of humor. \r He is 100% in favor of rescuing dogs, and even brings his own rescued dogs with physical handicaps to work with him every day. One of them, named Foxy, is a tiny mutt with a leg which bends backwards at the knee. Dr. Schlanger is a loving and very caring professional, towards all animals and their owners.\r A few years ago it became necessary to euthanize our very old French Bulldog. She had been extremely sick, was deaf, blind and unable to move. My family was in tears when we brought her in. Dr. Schlanger helped us dramatically with our decision, reassuring us that it was an appropriate step to take based on her old age and completely deteriorated condition, and he gave us plenty of time to digest his words, and ask questions. At no time did I ever find him to be anything less than kind, knowledgeable and with great patience and understanding towards our loss. We will always be indebted to him for helping us through that most difficult of times. \r I cannot recommend this veterinarian or his staff highly enough!!
- by LAReviewGirl on 02/12/2009
My cat has been a patient at Brent Air Animal Hospital for several years. The male vet has been patient, seemingly diligent and I can usually get a quick appointment, but the support staff is so rude that I dread speaking to them as I check in and out! My last visit has sent me looking for a new vet. The female vet prescribed the medication Comfortis (a flea medication only approved for Dogs at this time) for my CAT, telling me she personally uses it on her cats and its fine. Well, it turns out that according to many reviews online, small dogs are having seizures and worse from this medication. There is no way I'm using my cat as a test animal. I rely on my vet to give me the best possible advice about how to care for my cat. I could never return to Brent Air with 100% confidence.
- by estherl310 on 10/27/2008
I highly recommend Brent Air Animal Hospital for anyone searching for an amazing vet and wonderful staff. Any time I have any questions regarding my pets the doctor takes his time to explain eveyrthing in detail and makes sure that I understand. The staff is caring and readily available at all times and getting an appointment is never a problem. If you are searching for a warm and safe place to leave your dog , Brent Air is the place to go to.
- by barbarajones on 12/20/2007
WHY? My dog is so old, I credit Dr. Kevin with keeping her alive, and active!!\r I have been going to Brent Air for years. The staff is terrific, very kind, and they all love animals.\r Dr. Kevin has been there for me for years. My dog has had serious, old age problems. I love that dog!\r There is always a doctor on call, and they are very responsive. I also board my dog at Brent Air when I travel, and I have her groomed as well. I have had the best experiences at Brent Air. \r I am thinking of getting a new puppy soon, because I know that she will be in the best of hands at Brent Air, and with Dr. Schlanger and his Staff!\r
- by williamcriswell on 12/20/2007
Brent-Air Animal Hospital has treated all of our hundreds of rescued dogs and cats for the last four years. I personally refer my friends and total strangers to go there, as well as taking my own dogs and cats there for treatment. Dr. Schlanger, Dr. Oxford, and their bright, friendly and attentive staff have been caring and compassionate with the treatment of our animals at all times. If they can't do a medical procedure, they are the first to refer us to other qualified surgeons or oncologists. They also always recommend we get a second opinion if we have doubts about a diagnosis. They are hardly an ""in it for the money"" veterinary practice, in fact, they are just the opposite. They have taken in many injured, stray animals who have been dumped there, and treated them on their own dime. I know this for a fact as we often help them find forever homes for these very same animals. \r \r I know about puppy mills, I hate them, and our organization is working hard to help eradicate them nationwide. I also know ALL animals need medical care, and there are many vets in Los Angeles who have special deals with pet stores to treat their animals. Some are scrupulous, some are not. I'm absolutely certain Dr. Schlanger falls under the former category. He and his staff''s only goal is to help animals, no matter where they come from. They cannot and should not be faulted for that.
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