Cincinnati Veterinarians

in Cincinnati, OH

Veterinarian Reviews in Cincinnati


Took Honey, a 4 y/o
dog, 55 pounds, in for a routine yearly checkup. Dr.
was and is a fantastic doctor. He explains things very well, is gentle with the patient, and does a thorough job. I personally would not go anywhere else. Honey had her exam, got her yearly shots, and had her anal glands expressed. Dr.
then thoroughly explained the different flea and tick meds, and also the parasite meds for heartworms, so I knew Honey was getting the correct and best meds. Wonderful experience and recommend this hospital highly.

- John D.

The doctors, technicians, and staff of
are wonderful human beings and highly competent professionals. They are concerned people who treat our dogs with the utmost care, respect and attention. Their friendlyness is evident from the moment we walk in the door to the time we leave. The professionals make very effort to explain the dog's condition, the treatment and our role in the care. We are also extremely impressed by their extraordinary efforts to keep our primary care vet informed and involved. We believe that they have helped our dog surpass a 6 month prognosis by an additional 18 months and still going.
We also believe that Doctors
and their technicians are responsible for the additional 2 and a half extra years of life for our springer spaniel who had bladder cancer.
One could only hope that the physicians who treat us humans followed the same model of care.
- Robert Q.

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Veterinarian reviews in Cincinnati


First of all the vet was over an hour late and I had to call to ask where they were.
A vet I had never seen came (I had specifically asked if Dr. Line would be making the visit and I would not have scheduled that particular day if he had been unable to come). The vet that came refused to sell me the flea medicine my other dog (I had specifically been told this would be possible). The vet was very condescending in the way she spoke to me.
This was the last straw for me with this organization. While they did arrange appointments for me very promptly, if I had an emergency. This was my 3rd bad experience with them.
The first one was about 3 years ago when I picked up a dog that had been hospitalized for throwing up. I was told he was better. When I picked him up that night he was not acting right at all. He was in extreme pain, appearing to be in the hind quarter area, and this was a totally new situation. He was not acting right. When I got him home he paced, drank water, and was vomiting copious amounts constantly. I called the next morning to have him euthanized and they did not have time!!! My pet sitter found somebody in
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that came to my house to do it.
The second instance was not long before this last situation. I had a very sick dog that they had seen and knew that his blood count was low. I had an appointment that particular day in the afternoon but my dog was barely moving, could not get up on his own, and was obviously very weak. I knew that this vet's office did not give blood transfusions so I called and asked for a referral to Medvet in Cincinnati (Medvet told me I needed a referral from my vet). The person that answered the phone gave me a very hard time and asked did I not want to bring him to them because I did not want to pay for the visit. I had to wait until 3PM for the to be seen and all the vet did was take one look at him...looking down at him as he was lying on the floor, walk out and right for a referral. My dog could have died from this delay as his blood count was so low that the vet at Medvet had never seen a dog live with a blood count that low.
After the visit this past June I let them know why I was leaving and they did not even call me back.
- Carol A.

Dr. Auvril was totally awesome and I was very happy with the end result. I've never met a vet who is so good with animals - he actually took time just to pet my cat and talk to him before he even did anything, and my cat loved him, I might add :) I was explained everything thoroughly, Dr. Auvril called me at surgery to give me a status update and to clear the procedure with me (what he needed to do partly depended on what he found once he started surgery), and the follow up visit was at no charge. They mailed photos and descriptions of the surgery to my regular vet for their files, too. The price was huge, but he IS a specialist and my cat needed it. The rest of the staff was also very friendly. He did a fantastic job on the surgery!
- Ryan E.

I took my cat who was in congestive heart failure in on 9/16. He had been at another vet clinic who let him almost die. They had him in for treatment and were able to stabilize him in a very short time frame. He spent three days in the ICU unit and has made a nice recovery. They have the ability and the equipment to get to provide quality care.
- Allen D.

We had been taking our pets (family members) to
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for 10 years and found their prices to be reasonable compared to other vets with decent service initially;and we liked that they were located less then 10 minutes from our home however, we noticed a decline in the service received and outcomes over the past few (more recen)t years. The first incident occurred when our female cat was almost killed by them during her annual examination/ vaccications because they administered her the wrong drugs, which she had a severe reaction too and almost died. However, we had written this off as a
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error/human mistake initially.
However, the following year we had got new puppy and we took him to
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Pet Hospital for his vaccinations and eventually neutered . We made sure they performed bloodwork prior to surgery (neutering) to check for any organ function issues and potential reactions to the anesthesia. The bloodwork was fine and the laser (neutering) surgery was performed. I went and picked him up at the end of the day - they gave me a paper indicating that he should not eat or drink anything for several hours and to keep an eye on the incision over the next few hours/days. They sent us home with a paper of things to watch out for. My little guy seemed to sleep throughout the evening until 3 A.M. when he woke the whole house up with extremely loud (non-stop) barking and moaning. I figured he must not be feeling well or is in pain (because he rarely ever barks). We took him to the emergency vet clinic where they examined him, gave him fluids, anti-gas meds, antibiotics and pain pills. They asked if our regular vet had given us antigas, antibiotics and pain pills to go home with since he had been spayed earlier that day. I exclaimed No! They then told me that a good vet would have sent him home with antigas,antibiotics and pain pills for the next several days especially since being neutered and/or spayed becomes very uncomfortable and painful for the animal once the anesthesia begins to wear off. After going through this event with our new puppy we began to have even less faith in the folks at
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Pet Hospital. Then over the next 6 months to year we had taken our male cat to
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3-4 times, because we had noticed that he didn't seem to be feeling well (runny stool, vomitting) and was loosing some weight. During each visit they listened to his heart and lungs and
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bloodwork, prescribed special food and gave him antibiotics. They kept telling us that he was fine (healthy) and just has some inflammation and maybe a GI virus but otherwise he is perfectly healthy. Over the next several months he had lost even more weight and continued having the same symptoms, so we took him to
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again where thy told us he was fine (nothing wrong with him - just a little bit dehydrated).. At this point we went to get a second opinion and the vet said that his heart rate was beating very rapidly and his
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function/breathing was shallow, along with the rapid weight loss he was sure he had severe hyperthyroidism, but would run some bloodwork to be sure. The bloodwork came back indicating that he did have severe hyperthyroidism (as a matter of fact the vet said in his 30 years of practice he never had a cat with a blood value so high before and wondered how or why
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could have missed the signs/symptoms and never diagnosed him with hyperthyroidism during the prior two years of showing outward and internal symptoms). Well, our new vet, placed our male cat on a specific drug, food program hoping that we could nurse him back to health and give him a longer, healthier life. Unfortunately, after a year on the special program he was not improving and had to be put to sleep.
After this third experience we decided that
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overlooks a lot of problem/health issues and makes too many mistakes which place my pets (family members) lives at risk of death. Therefore, we will no longer take our current or future pets (family members) to
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even if the location is more conveinient and the price is more reasonable.
- Lisa S.

I've grown up with pets all my life and I've had the best experience with PAWS. I was really impressed with their professionalism and caring for my pet. Dr
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really cares for the pets and it shows in her bed-side manner. I wouldn't go anywhere else.
- Joe Z.

I took my 6 year old dachshund with back pain at the instruction of the vet at
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Veterinary Clinic. She had injured her back in November 2011, but meds and rest had worked until she re injured herself right after Christmas.

She could still walk and defecate on her own when I took her in. The test and surgery where on a Tuesday and I dropped my dog off at 9am that morning, I did not hear back from the doctor until after 8:30pm that evening. She had a calcified disc that they "chipped" around in the surgery.
She recovered to a seemingly pain free state, yet she now cannot walk nor defecate on her own.

This is emergency medicine so not cheap. I like to pay by check, which was an option offered. The check "clearinghouse", rejected my check while extracting the money from my account. I had a very difficult time working with the office management to get them to understand and take responsibility for this. I had to have someone from my bank call and try and deal with the staff and clearinghouse. Finally, after much stress and embarrassment, CARE Center sent me a letter of apology and will waive the emergency visit ($90.00) if I should ever need them again.
- Tammy D.

Long wait even though I had an appt. This was not an emergency visit. She is very professional, exam was thorough and I left satisfied. Very expensive.
- cathy C.

They're reasonably priced - special rates on Saturdays. They have later hours which really nice. They took him right away for his appointment; we didn't have to wait. They take good care of my dog. They gave us some extra flea medicine when I purchased some & even told us where we could find it online cheaper than buying it in a store. They noticed he had a tooth growing in over another older tooth. They offered to pull it for free if it didn't fall out by the time we came back to pick him up & offered discounts for a neutering. They give good advice & remind us when it's time to bring him back.
- Debra F.
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