Coral Springs Veterinarians

in Coral Springs, FL

Veterinarian Reviews in Coral Springs

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Dr.
is the best
I have ever had. Myself and my family have used him for close to 20 years. He has treated my cats and my dogs and my extended family's pets. I own a fence company so I meet pet owners all the time. I always refer them to Dr.
because many people don't know mobile
services are possible and affordable. He is friendly, informative, intelligent and not out to pad the bill. His prices on flea/tick protection and Heart worm preventative are the same as most online vendors and you can get them directly from him. I wouldn't use anyone else but Dr.
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- Rebecca M.
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Our cat can not do car rides without getting so upset that it pants for air and loses hair in the process so we were so glad to find that the
comes to the house. The
came with all equipment needed for the exam, the cat laid on the desk that he usually sleeps on and received his exam. "No fuss no
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- Donna S.

Coral Springs Veterinarian Articles

Veterinarian reviews in Coral Springs

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They have twenty four hour emergency care as well. They have specialists that they can call out if they need one, and it’s huge and they have got all the nice dog care, they have got boarding for cats. It’s a really large hospital with a large number of staff and I can get access twenty four hours a day. All the veterinarians are very good, very friendly and they care about the pets, and If have had any testing done they call me at home and let me know the results. They are excellent from the staff, the veterinarians, and the veterinarian technicians. The price is comparatively good, but the things are not cheap. They also have an onsite pharmacy.
- Anthony D.
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Unfortunately this was not the case. During the 24 hours after
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was brought home he did become lethargic with a loss of appetite but I attributed this to anesthesia. After the 24 hours I became very concerned as I realized something was not right as
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was not getting any better. In fact he was getting progressively worse. He had an extreme loss of appetite, was much more lethargic and his leg not only swelled considerably from his knee to and including his paw but the entire inner and outer area of his leg became very red, inflamed and hot to the touch. He was in a great deal of pain. At this point he refrained from using his leg at all and needed help just to sit down. On Friday, Nov. 26 2010 (the day after Thanksgiving) I brought
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back to the
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at 3.00 pm (this was the earliest appointment available due to the holiday) The emergency Dr. on call examined
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.Blood work was drawn and it showed considerable abnormalities While there the emergency Dr. on call called Dr.
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and left a voice message but he didn’t call back during the 3 hours
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and I were there. The emergency Dr. then called the director and discussed the exam and blood work with her. The director felt it would be best to decrease the prednisone to every third day(10mg) and to start antibiotic therapy. Zenequin(125 mg x1per day). (Dr.
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took
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off his antibiotic therapy as he said
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showed no infection) The emergency vets exam showed moderate to severe swelling with arrhythmia/hyperemia(burns) present especially on the medial aspect. The emergency Dr. stated she would mention the findings of this exam to the director and Dr.
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and they could discuss what would be the best treatment for
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at this time.

I was extremely upset that Dr.
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didn’t call the emergency Dr. back during this exam so I put a call into him on Mon. Nov. 29, 2010 at the
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. Dr.
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didn’t come to the phone. My questions went back and forth between him and the receptionist. I told the receptionist I needed to speak directly to him and was told he was busy. This was very frustrating and told the receptionist he needs to call me as I have several concerns about
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’s reaction to the radiation therapy. Ten minutes later he called me and when I asked him why he didn’t respond to the emergency Dr.s phone message on Nov. 26,2010 his response was “ It was my day off and I was with my family”. When I asked why he couldn’t take 5 minutes of his time to call the emergency Dr. as
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was in obvious distress as well as myself as I was so worried about him and again he repeated “It was my day off.” His
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was very condescending. He seemed annoyed that I took him away from whatever he was doing. I find this to be totally unacceptable behavior on his part. He then stated he did call the emergency Dr. back on Friday evening ,Nov. 26 at 9:30 pm. I was at the clinic from 3:00pm to 6:00 pm and and he waits till 9:30 pm to call back? He obviously had no concern about
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As we spoke he also said
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should still have another Palliative treatment as it takes 1to 2 treatments to show improvement and the severe swelling in his leg was due to the lymphatic system shutting down and it would eventually become gangrene and have to be amputated. If this was the case then why did he want to continue with the radiation treatment? At this point I told him I would think about what I thought would be the best course of treatment for
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and the call was ended.

Immediately after hanging up with Dr.
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I called
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’s primary veterinarian whom I was in constant contact with during any and all treatment
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received from the
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and made an appointment for
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to be seen regarding his condition. They confirmed the lymphatic system shut down and put a call into the
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director to discuss the situation. She stated the Palliative Radiation Therapy was not working and for me to make a decision to either have
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euthanized or have his leg amputated. A call was immediately placed to an orthopedic surgeon to schedule
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for amputation to be performed on Thursday,
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. 2, 2010 at the
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I believe
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's leg had to be amputated due to the radiation therapy.

On Wed.
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. 1, 2010
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was brought to the Cancer Care Clinic to be seen by the director who was surprised that
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was scheduled for amputation the next day. She thought we were there for another radiation therapy.

While waiting in the reception area for her to see
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, Dr.
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came out of the clinic area and into the reception area and to add insult to injury he walked toward
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and myself (on his way to see whom I presume was another patient.) and completely stepped over
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as if he wasn’t even there. No acknowledgement at all to either of us. In my opinion this shows a total lack of compassion to a dog with a terminal illness that he treated.

The code of ethics for Veterinarians states: “A veterinarian may choose whom he will serve. Once he has undertaken care of a patient he must not neglect it. However, in an emergency he should render service to the best of his ability.”

Dr.
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chose to be
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’s doctor and he did indeed neglect
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during his emergency visit with the emergency Dr. on Nov. 26, 2010 at the Cancer Care Clinic when he didn’t respond to the call she placed to him while
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was clearly in distress which in my opinion was caused by the radiation treatment. Calling back 5 hours later is not acceptable!! Again as he put it, “It was my day off and I was with my family.” He could have taken 5 minutes to call about his patient who was clearly in distress. He just seemed not to care. This was a total lack of professionalism and compassion.

He also showed neglect on Monday Nov. 29, 2010 when it took every effort on my part to get him to come to the phone to talk to me about
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’s condition. Again, he seemed annoyed that I took him away from whatever he was doing and showed a complete lack of compassion.

I was told by the director and Dr.
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that none of this would be refunded even though the treatment was not working. Again it was told to me to either euthanize or amputate. Obviously I chose to amputate because it immediately relieved
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of his pain and suffering which again in my opinion was caused by the Palliative Radiation treatment that was supposed to have minimal side effects according to Dr.
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Dr.
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showed little regard to
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’s care. He was unprofessional, showed no compassion and did indeed neglect
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during his visit with the emergency Dr. when
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was in such distress after the radiation therapy. All I was asking for were answers as to why
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had such a bad reaction to the radiation therapy and how to make him better. I
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’t think that was too much to ask. I was very scared for him.

Even
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's primary vet wrote a letter stating that upon his examination after the palliative radiation therapy that
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was very lethargic,in a lot of pain and his radiated leg was severely swollen,pitting edema, red and hot to the touch.
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wouldn't bear any weight on his affected leg. The side effects of radiation therapy appeared more severe than mild.He sad
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was in a great deal of pain and after trying to alleviate his pain the only option was leg amputation or euthanasia. I obviously chose amputation.

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doesn’t have a voice but I do and I need to speak for him in the hopes this will be brought to Dr.
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’s attention. It would be very unfortunate if this happens to another terminally ill pet when they need all the compassion and care they so deserve. Four months after
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's amputation (April 2011), I had to make the difficult decision to put him to sleep. I miss him very much.
- Janet R E.
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I've been using Cypress Wood Animal Hospital for a long time. We have a well-established relationship. I also have a dog that I take here also. The facility is clean and the people who work here are very friendly and helpful. I think their prices are in line with other veterinary clinics in the area.
- Mike S.
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I have used his services for 6 years. I opted to use them as he comes to my home to care for my cat. He is very knowledgeable, arrives in a timely manner and professional. I am very thrilled with this overall services.
- MICHAEL S.
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This place is phenomenal. They are always able to diagnose things properly and are so compassionate with the animals. They are professional and caring. You never have to wait long for the visit and their prices are reasonable as well.
- JOHN H.
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is my preferred veterinarian. I have been using his services for 6 years. He is extremely knowledgeable and experienced. Throughout the years, I have felt very confident in his expertise and care towards my pets.
- MICHAEL S.
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They are friendly and caring. I really like that the receptionist called the day after the procedure to make sure my dog was doing alright. The vet said it was nothing to worry about, but I'm glad we chose to remove it anyway.
- TRISHA Z.
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is a small practice and offers very good care for pets. His prices are a little high but definitely worth every penny. He really gets to know your pet and treats them very well. I really like him.
- BEVERLY M.
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