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"1st visit had to take 4 dogs and 1 cat for flea problem. Dr kept leaving the room to do other things and eventually had to rush off for" an emergency. 2nd visit I took my cat to see Dr. who stopped meowing and was acting strange after a fight with stray cat. Was sold anti-inflammatory and pain meds and was told if she became lethargic, to bring her back in. I called a few days later to get blood work results. They said everything was fine, but if she became lethargic to bring her back in. Over next few days, she continued to ask strange, but wasn't lethargic. On the following Monday, less than a week after seeing Dr. , I did come home from work to a lethargic cat. By the time I found a 24 emergency center near me, it was too late. My cat died while I was on phone. They missed something!! Not sure if blood work was ever done, but a cat shouldn't die from a little scratch on its tail and being traumatized into not meowing. Heartbreaking experience.

-Debora A.

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"Her surgery itself went very well; we even decided to get the dog's teeth cleaned also since we figured she was going to be under anesthesia anyway. $900 including" teeth cleaning under the gum line was reasonable. However, our dog was having the strangest complications - she developed a huge lump by her waist on the same side as her surgery yet it was nowhere near the incision which was at her left shoulder! Dr. at first thought it was a possible allergic reaction to one of the injections my dog got during surgery (as did I) and recommended warm Epsom salt compresses done twice/ day for 20 min. As a precaution, he about 12 cc fluid (quite a bit) off her lump to have it tested. Only it turned out to be a Pseudomonas infection that was resistant to the current antibiotics she was taking! Now things were starting to get pretty expensive with the costs for the labwork analysis and a new round of different antibiotics, luckily no charges for the exam work. I spoke in detail with another vet in the practice Dr. who was covering for Dr. that day when the labwork came back; the type of infection my dog got is usually found in dogs' mouths and only could occur if she was either wounded in a dog fight or bitten by another dog when playing which was ruled out as absolutely not as the skin was not broken. They also checked the bottles to make sure they weren't contamininated and the source of the infection (they were brand new but checked them out anyway). Long story short, we couldn't figure out for sure what was the cause of it other than a possible bug sitting on her fur/skin that somehow got in when she received her injection during surgery. Dr. refunded me the costs for the new antibiotics which took about 2 weeks to finally get rid of her infection for once and for all. And my dog's follow-up exam to remove her sutures went well and uneventful with the incision clean and well-healed. All the vets involved with my dog's care were excellent especially Dr. who takes the time to explain things well and demonstrate any hands-on care that needs to be done; he is quite thorough. I would still take my dogs there if I hadn't moved out of the area even with this strange complication from my dog's surgery. This practice is not only very professional but responsible and ethical. Another vet practice would not have handled this particular situation as well as did.

-Winnie Y C.

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The first answer is pretty thorough but I would like to add a few points. 

First.. the type of food you are feeding your dog may be the key.  If you are using a food that is grain, rice or corn based in the first three ingredients, please change to a food that is meat or chicken based.  Many dogs are allergic to grain, rice, wheat and corn and these things are used as primary ingredients in many well known, name brand dog foods.  Secondly, all treats that have these ingredients should be cut out.  It takes weeks to months before a food change can show results so you must be patient.  Jumping from one food to another will be counter-productive. 

Some dogs are so allergic to flea or other insect bites that one or two bites can cause a severe reaction.  Once the itching/scratching cycle begins, it is hard to stop it.  Benadryl is good but I suggest liquid form.  You can get it inexpensively at one of the dollar stores.  The pills take time to break down in the digestive system so you get better and faster results with the liquid.One tsp= 5cc and most dogs of average size can tolerate that much and more if the dog is a larger breed.  

Allergy testing is very expensive and most dogs will test positive to some things.  That does not mean that the itching is coming from those things as many things in the environment can trigger positive test results.  Breaking the cycle of itching is primary and that can be done with prednisone ( short term and last resort after benadryl and bathing), allergy shots( same deal, last resort after easier methods).   This spring and summer have been particularly hard, weather-wise.

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After you search for the company, you should get the "no results" page. Scroll down just a little bit, and you'll see a button and a link that say "Add this provider." Click on that to add them to the List! Thanks for the great question.
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I'm really sorry! It looks like we made some site changes I hadn't noticed before and it made things just a little more confusing (for me, too!). We'll have to look into this to make it easier.
In the meantime, here's what you do:
1) Look for the Submit a Report button. It's yellow and on the right-hand side of the page.
2) Search for the animal cancer care clinic you're looking for. The search box should be inside a yellow bar.
3) You should see a list of potential matches, but on top of those, there should be "add a provider to the List" text in blue, which is where you'll click to get to the add page.

Let me know if you have any trouble. Sorry, again, for this being so confusing.

Veterinarian reviews in Fort Lauderdale

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I have 3 dogs and a cat, and I am a 5 year client. Every member of this team from the Veterinarians to the office leadership team to all of the desk staff and technicians really care about you and your pet. You can expect honesty, and a staff that is not pushing for revenue. One of my dog's had cancer and the best way togo ...More was in sending me to a local teaching hospital to help keep costs down. The team always has a can do and yes attitude, and that is pretty much unheard of in SFL, much less to get this from an animal clinic.
- kane B.
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I've been taking my cats to now for the past 6 months or so, I won't be going anywhere else again. Dr is excellent at diagnosing and treating any issue with my cats. Even my difficult cat who had to be sedated to get examined was handled expertly and quickly. He's a rescue cat and we discovered ...More he had a broken sternum that didn't heal correctly some 10 years ago, I don't know how all the other vets missed that! The staff there is very friendly and helpful as well. The prices are about the same as other locations I've been except for the discount stores yet I won't be going back to them. They don't have the same level of expertise and quality, I'd rather get the right treatment the first time, in the long run that saves me time and saves my cats a lot of drama! also does a lot for local charities, I love their commitment to excellence and to the welfare of all animals they meet. If you're in need of a great vet, go to .
- Chris H.
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I like my vet very much. I have been using them for about 10 years. I trust them with my dogs. I have had a couple of different with some serious issues and they have always been able to help me. I think highly of all of them. They have a great office. I would highly recommend them. They offer boarding. One of my dogs has diabetes and she has ...More to go there quite often. They do nice things like they give a credit on the next bill if we refer a customer. They follow up with a phone call after I have been there. The do the right type of things. They take better care of my dogs than my doctor takes care of me. They know me when I go in. I am not unhappy with anything. I called without an appointment towards the end of the day and they had got me in when I needed help. They are someone on a regular basis.
- Daniel B.
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Great. visits at home is the best. No stress for dogs or their owners. Dr. was professional thorough and kind to my dogs. I will use him again.
- julie C.
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I went here for 13 years, until I moved to a different state. Their pricing is excellent! They give personal attention to each dog and client.
- Karen L G.
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It did NOT go well at all. In fact, my Woody never came home, but died on their table.
The person who checked us in said that Woody had not had his 5-in-1 vaccine and they would NOT do the dental procedure without it. She told me to write "Dental and 5-in-1 vaccine" on the permission slip she had me sign before she would admit him.
...More /> I have had other vets who have actually stopped giving vaccines to older dogs because of their advanced age and possible health conditions, but I didn't think to question it. I wish I had!
They called me about noon that day to tell me that when they put Woody to sleep to do the dental cleaning, his heart stopped and they tried to revive him, but it was impossible.
I had paid extra for lab work to make sure he was in good enough condition to go under the anesthesia. They said his lab results this time were better that the last time they had cleaned his teeth.
So the ONLY thing I can attribute Woody's untimely death to, is the fact that they insisted on giving him a vaccination at the SAME TIME as they planned to put him under anesthesia. I will NEVER be forced into something like that again. Since I have learned that lots of vets use Titer Tests to determine if the vaccine is even needed instead of forcing it on them.
I will never go back and I will never forgive them for what they did to my beautiful little Woody.
Beware when the Vet wants to make demands which clearly only have a financial value to them and not a beneficial outcome for your beloved pet.

- JACK H.
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On October 19th 2013 around 12:30PM
I spoke to Dr on the phone. We discussed that my dog Bisquet may not recover fully from the surgery she had had earlier that week, and felt it would be in her best interest to euthanize her at this point to avoid her any further suffering. I informed Dr. that ...More I was on my way to the to say my proper goodbyes to Bisquet and to be present for
the procedure.
I arrived at around 1:30PM. at the front desk could see the saddened state I was in and very quickly directed me to a private room across the hallway where all the pets were kept. I saw her open up the door of that room and inform the medical staff that I had arrived.
The hospital was very quiet, and while I was waiting I heard this horrible vocalization made from one of the pets. To my horror I realized it was Bisquet making this noise and she seemed to be in excessive pain & distress. At this point I stood up
walked towards the door and saw Dr. coming out on her way to the restroom. I introduced myself stating I had been waiting for Bisquet to be brought out to me. She informed me that she is not the one who brings out the pets but that she would get one of the techs to bring her out.
I had thought at this point that Dr. would come into the room and discuss the procedure with me, but instead she went back into the area where the dogs were kept and did not come back out. A few minutes later, a technician
brought Bisquet out and placed her in my arms and left. I noticed that Bisquet seemed exhausted. Her entire body was expanding and decompressing. At that same moment I received a text, which later allowed me to retroactively determine the amount of time Dr. took to offer assistance.
It was not until later that I learned through Dr. , that the improperly -trained tech, had handed me Bisquet as she was going through respiratory arrest. Obviously, not knowing what was occurring, I petted her and started to see what seemed like the beginning of a heart attack. I quickly stood up, with her in my arms, and rushed to the door of the room where the technician and Dr. were. I knocked on the locked door and instantly the tech (who had initially brought Bisquet, to me) opened the door with a surprised look on his face.
I screamed for him to “Tell the doctor to come out right now she [Bisquet] is having a heart attack! I don't want her to suffer. She needs to put her to sleep right now”
He closed the door while I was left to sit back down with Bisquet in my arms as she laid dying. I remained seated, forced to watch her suffer in my arms as I was left there helpless. After she passed on, still in my arms, I was left there alone with no assistance, heartbroken and traumatized. A few minutes later another technician came out and I informed him that Bisquet had passed away. He said that he needed to confirm using his stethoscope, but I asked him to please take her to the back and remove her feeding tube. He took her back and after a few minutes returned her to me. Needless to say, I was in shock from what had just transpired. I spent time with her grieving, and still Dr. hadn't appeared to check if I required assistance. I went to the front desk and asked to borrow a pair of scissors in order to cut off a lock of Bisquet's fur to keep in memory of her. I returned the pair of scissors to the front desk and spent further time grieving with her.
After that point Dr. finally came out from the back. During our conversation I asked her if she had heard Bisquet cry out for help. She said that she had, but brushed it off as being a side effect of the pain killers. However, when I reviewed the medical files with Dr. , Bisquet’s long -time veterinarian, they indicated that Bisquet had no longer been under the
influence of painkillers by the time she was crying out. After Dr. and I spoke for a few minutes more,
I went to the front desk to pay the balance owed.
While I understand that in these types of circumstances time may seem to stand still, the amount of time Dr. took to offer assistance still seemed extremely long. After reviewing my timeline I realized Dr. had taken half an hour between the time she saw me in the hallway to the time she came into the room. Where was Dr. when the code blue was going on?
I spoke with management and the owners and reported what had occurred. I later sent an email
to Dr. requesting further explanations as to what had transpired that day. (see attached email)
That same day Dr called me to respond to my email.
I had questioned why she had failed to discuss the procedure for euthanizing Bisquet with me after returning from
the restroom (before she asked the technician to bring her out to me). Her response was that she is short-staffed on weekends and ends up doing the majority of the work herself. On that day she said she had approximately 8 pets in their cages. She further stated she would prefer to have an assistant dedicated to her to relieve the work load. I was a little bit surprised since I saw 2 technicians working with her and 1 administrative person. She explained that normally the staff member who greeted me at the front should have explained the process to me, and then contacted her before the procedure was to occur. I spoke to (the staff member who assisted me at the front on the 19th) and asked if she was ever informed that Bisquet was going to be euthanized. She told me that she had not been informed by the medical staff; she had just
seen me come in, obviously in a state of sadness and directed me to a private waiting room before immediately notifying the medical staff.
With regards to the fact that Bisquet had been handed to me while already in a critical state by her technician, Dr. simply explained that if she “had to do it again things would have been handled very differently." She could not recall assisting any other pets with critical care needs while I had been there on the 19th. This was also confirmed by Dr. Zazlow, the owner of the practice. To his best recollection no urgent care needs were being handled for any other animals while the code blue occurred with Bisquet.
So I was left with one other very important question to be answered: Did Dr. hear me scream out for assistance while Bisquet was having her heart attack.? Dr. responded that she did indeed hear me scream out for her assistance, but explained that she simply looked to the technician and asked, "Does he need me?" To which the technician replied, "No we have it under control." Dr. further explained that she has euthanized so many pets that she may have become desensitized to the process.
Pets are part of our families and are cared for just as children are. I was left unnecessarily scarred for the remainder of my life due to the unprofessional and negligent actions on the part of Dr. .
It is detrimental to the public welfare when a veterinary hospital is either understaffed, their technicians are not properly trained in recognizing critical signs, or a veterinarian ignores both the pet owner and pet calling out for critical assistance. No matter what the issues were on that day at the end the responsibilities to offer proper medical service lied with Dr.
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- David C.
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I was a nervous wreck, to any you who have show dogs there are various techniques o impregnating the last of which was a surgical. However due to circumstances that was the only method that would work for us. Dr. was wonderful, put me at ease allowed me to watch the entire procedure through the glass and two days post surgery ...More angel is back to normal. As I am a long time experienced dog owner I Have used many vets through the years but Dr. is a super star, you will be very pleased with her compassion and expertise. The hospital and staff are great but Dr. is very special and kind. Called me after hours to make sure Sunny was doing ok, all in all an A+ experience
- Leslie C.

Veterinarians in Fort Lauderdale

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441 Animal Hospital

3170 Davie Blvd
Fort Lauderdale

A CC VETERINARY HOUSE CALL

664 VISTA MEADOWS DR
Fort Lauderdale

ALL ABOARD ANIMAL HOSPITAL

1413 S DIXIE HWY E
Pompano Beach

ALL PET CARE ANIMAL CLINIC

2259 S UNIVERSITY DR
Fort Lauderdale

All Veterinary Supply Inc

8115 NW 33rd St
Doral

Animal Cancer Care Clinic - Ft Lauderdale

1122 NE 4th Ave
Fort Lauderdale

ANIMAL CLINIC OF WOODMONT

8295 M PINE ISLAND RD
Fort Lauderdale

Animal Emergency Clinic of Deerfield Beach

103 N Powerline Road
Deerfield Beach

ANIMAL EMERGENCY TRAUMA CTR

2200 W OAKLAND PARK BLVD
Fort Lauderdale

Animal Hospital Of Ft Lauderdale

1630 E Oakland Park Blvd
Fort Lauderdale

ANIMAL MEDICAL CENTER

6840 W COMMERCIAL BLVD
Lauderhill

Arbor Pet Hospital

1220 NE 26th St
Fort Lauderdale

Atlantic Doggery Inc

2724 E Atlantic Blvd
Pompano Beach

AYCOCK VETERINARY CLINIC

5490 STIRLING RD
Fort Lauderdale

Balasky Animal Hospital

11701 Orange Dr
Fort Lauderdale

Banfield Pet Hospital

7850 W Commercial Blvd
Fort Lauderdale

Banfield Pet Hospital

1700 N Federal Hwy
Fort Lauderdale

BANFIELD THE PET HOSPITAL

12051 W SUNRISE BLVD
Fort Lauderdale

BAYVIEW ANIMAL CLINIC

2850 E COMMERCIAL BLVD
Fort Lauderdale

BLAIR ANIMAL HOSPITAL

4749 HOLLYWOOD BLVD
Hollywood

Boulevard Animal Hospital

6590 Hollywood Blvd
Hollywood

Bow Meow Animal Hospital

19401 Sheridan St
Fort Lauderdale

Bravo Animal Clinic

10901 SW 186th St
Miami

CAPITAL PLAZA ANIMAL HOSPITAL

2372 N FEDERAL HWY
Fort Lauderdale

Central Broward Animal Hospital

200 NW 70TH AVE
Fort Lauderdale

CLINIC FOR ANIMALS

7101 NW 49th Pl
Fort Lauderdale

Coral Ridge Animal Hospital

2801 E Commercial Blvd
Fort Lauderdale

Coral Springs Animal Hospital

2160 N University Dr
Coral Springs

Country Inn Pet Resort & Animal Hospital

2100 Flamingo Rd
Fort Lauderdale

DADE ANIMAL HOSPITAL

8891 Southern Orchard Rd N
Fort Lauderdale

Dadeland Animal Hospital

9495 Old S Dixie Hwy
Miami

DR B'S VETERINARY VISITS

2805 E. Oakland Park Blvd, PMB 375
Fort Lauderdale

Dr Simon's Pet Clinic

830 E Oakland Park Blvd
Fort Lauderdale

Embassy Lakes Animal Hospital

2661 N Hiatus Rd
Cooper City

Extra Care Animal Hospital

950 S Flamingo Rd
Fort Lauderdale

Family Pet Medical Center

2750 N Federal Hwy
Fort Lauderdale

Family Pet Medical Center

2750 N Federal Hwy
Fort Lauderdale

Fort Lauderdale Veterinary Center

1493 SE 17th St
Ft Lauderdale

Ft Lauderdale Veternary Center

1493 SE 17th St Causeway
Fort Lauderdale

Fun Paw Care

900 16th Street
Miami

HAPPY ANIMAL HOSPITAL

5319 NW 67th Ave
Fort Lauderdale

HOME VETERINARY CARE

152 S HIBISCUS CT
Fort Lauderdale

Hometown Animal Hospital

17100 Royal Palm Blvd
Weston

HUMANE SOCIETY OF BROWARD

2070 GRIFFIN RD
Fort Lauderdale

INDIAN TRACE ANIMAL HOSPITAL

1420 N PARK DRIVE
Fort Lauderdale

Jacaranda Animal Hospital

8628 W State Road 84
Davie

JAMES W HILTON DVM

5121 SW 90TH AVE
Fort Lauderdale

LAINE W HILLS DVM

4101 N ANDREWS AVE
Fort Lauderdale

Lakeside Animal Hospital

9601 W. Broward Blvd
Plantation

Lauderdale Veterinary Specialist

3217 NW 10th Ter
Fort Lauderdale

LIGHHOUSE POINT VETERINARY SVC

2850 E COMMERCIAL BLVD
Fort Lauderdale

Litzs Fixes

333 N Ocean Dr

Ludlam Dixie Animal Clinic

8271 S Dixie Hwy
Miami

MASH

2070 GRIFFIN RD
Fort Lauderdale

Miami Animal Hospital

4701 West Flagler Street
Miami

Miami Animal Hospital

4701 W Flagler St
Coral Gables

Miami Shores Animal Clinic

570 Northwest 103 Street
Miami

MIAMI VETERINARY SPECIALISTS

8601 SUNSET DR
Miami

MOBILE VET INC

4200 W OAKLAND PARK BLVD
Fort Lauderdale

Nine Lives Cat Hospital

12554 W Sunrise Blvd
Fort Lauderdale

Nob Hill Animal Clinic

855 N Nob Hill Rd
Plantation

NORTHEAST VETERINARY CLINIC

2121 W OAKLAND PARK BLVD
Fort Lauderdale

NOVA ANIMAL HOSPITAL

4220 S UNIVERSITY DR
Fort Lauderdale

Old Cutler Animal Clinic

20205 Frano Rd
Miami

Palm Beach Veterinary Specialists OPHTHALMOLOGY

3884 Forest Hill Boulevard
West Palm Beach

Park Veterinary Hospital

550 NE 44th St
Fort Lauderdale

PAWSCH

1140 HOLLAND DR
Boca Raton

PET EMERGENCY CENTER

7110 N UNIVERSITY DR
Fort Lauderdale

PET EMERGENCY CENTER INC

921 NE 62ND ST
Fort Lauderdale

PET MEDICAL CTR-WESTON

1420 N PARK DR
Fort Lauderdale

PET PARLOR

8628 W STATE ROAD
Fort Lauderdale

Pets & Vets

700 71st Street
Miami Beach

PETSMART

12051 W SUNRISE BLVD
Fort Lauderdale

PINE ISLAND ANIMAL HOSPITAL

1931 N PINE ISLAND RD
Fort Lauderdale

Plantation General Hospital

401 NW 42nd Ave
Plantation

Ramblewood Animal Hospital

8335 W Atlantic Blvd
Coral Springs

RICHARD L MILLER DVM

5700 SW 130TH AVE
Fort Lauderdale

RICHARD SPASEFF EQUINE DENTIST

5722 S. Flamingo Road, Ste 131
Cooper City

RON JOHNSON & ASSOC MOBILE VET

680 TENNIS CLUB DR
Fort Lauderdale

Rose's Pet Care Miami LLC

PO Box 144395
Coral Gables

SADOWSKI ANIMAL HOSPITAL

6863 W COMMERCIAL BLVD
Fort Lauderdale

SEILER ANIMAL HOSPITAL

5800 N Federal Highway
Fort Lauderdale

Shank Animal Hospital

3225 N. Andrews Ave.
Fort Lauderdale

South Broward Animal Hospital

2871 Stirling Rd.
Hollywood

SOUTH FEDERAL ANIMAL HOSPITAL

1100 S FEDERAL HWY
Fort Lauderdale

South Florida Dog School

1475 W Cypress Creek Rd
F T Lauderdal

Southland Animal Hospital

29500 Old Dixie Hwy
Homestead

Southport Animal Hospital

400 SE 29th St
Ft. Lauderdale

SUNRISE ANIMAL HOSPITAL

1190 SUNSET STRIP
Fort Lauderdale

Tamarac Animal Cllinic

6863 W. Comerical Blvd
Fort Lauderdale

TEIGLAND FRANKLIN & BROKKEN

12277 SW 55TH ST
Fort Lauderdale

THOMAS A GRIFFITH DVM

3501 SW 126TH AVE
Hollywood

VCA Friendship Pompano Animal Hospital

415 S. Federal Hwy
Pompano Beach

VCA Hollywood Animal Hospital

2864 Hollywood Blvd
Hollywood

VCA Imperial Point Animal Hospital

1574 E Commercial Blvd
Fort Lauderdale

VCA Promenade Animal Hospital

4678 N University Dr
Lauderhill

VCA Wiles Road Animal Hospital

7460 Wiles Rd
Coral Springs

VETERINARY SERVICES OF AMERICA, INC

10114 S MILITARY TRL
Boynton Beach

VETERINARY SPECIALISTS OF SOUTH FLORIDA

9410 STIRLING RD
Hollywood

Victoria Park Animal Hospital

626 N Federal Hwy
Fort Lauderdale

VISITING VET

8279 SW 124TH ST
Miami

WAG'N TAILS ANIMAL HOSPITAL

8180 GRIFFIN RD
Fort Lauderdale

WELLEBY VETERINARY CTR

10008 W OAKLAND PARK BLVD
Fort Lauderdale

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