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- Open 24 Hours
- by on 01/06/2013
- by merkie53 on 02/02/2009
We brought our dog in around midnight on Sunday. He was having difficulty breathing. Their staff immediately took over. We were most surprised with the great service and thorough explanation of our pet's condition. Dr Jung seemed to truly care about our dog. Hopefully we (and you) will never have to use their facility, but if you have a pet emergency, don't think twice about bringing your animal here. Simply the best!
- by responsiblepetowner on 04/17/2008
I took my beloved pet to the ER it stayed for a week and recovered for parvo. Yes i did have to pay a great deal but Being a responsible pet owner, I know that emergency rooms ARE going to be more expensive. I have many pets and it is great to know there is a place at night were i know my pets will be taken care of.\r I love my pets and treat them as if they were children. \r If you Choose to have a pet you choose to pay for their care. If you can not afford it, get a fish.
- by jroack on 01/19/2008
This is an EMERGENCY Pet Clinic. We've been taking our cats and dogs there since 1995, and they have always made an outstanding effort to treat and save our pets in the middle of the night and on weekends. Pets are immediately triaged, and the most emergent ones are tended to immediately. My wife and I sincerely thank all of the staff over these years for taking such excellent care of our pets.
- by sparkleygem28 on 01/03/2008
Unfortunately, many times my pets are injured or sick on the weekends or evenings when regular vets are closed. Since this place is open 24/7, I've had to take my pets there a couple times. One experience was good, one was bad. Both times I was charged an arm and a leg. The first time, my dog was in labor and unable to give birth. She had an emergency c-section, and 5 of the 6 puppies survived. Like most vets, they won't even see your beloved pet until you pay. \r \r The second time I went there, in October of 2007, I brought in the same cherished dog. I was pretty sure they couldn't save her, and the fact that they couldn't was not their fault, or the issue. The issue is that I paid $500 for nothing. I brought her in, they had me pay a $300 deposit, we were there for about 10 minutes before they told me she had went into cardiac arrest, 15 minutes later they told me she was dead and charged me another $200. They didn't even do anything. What did I pay $500 FOR? They gave me my beloved baby in a box after I emptied my bank account and I went home and buried her. I seriously believe I was overcharged, but I was too devestated to care about the money at the time. I don't believe they actually performed any services that should have costed $500. There wasn't even any time. If you can avoid an emergency clinic, try to, because they charge at LEAST 2-3 times the amount of a regular vet's office.
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