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is thorough, careful, thoughtful, kind, and very discerning. She is good at seeing what is happening with an animal and taking
" phased steps that place the animal in as little risk as possible, while offering real chances of improvement. Unlike other vets we have visited, she does not automatically want every test and prescribe every possible medication for an animal. She responds much like my favorite doctor, by taking intelligent smaller steps so as not to over medicate an animal or suggest surgical interventions if something less drastic may help instead. Dr.
is all about whatever is best for the animal with minimal risk for the long term. I deeply respect the way she works, which is guided by her expert knowledge, the animal's best interests, and the concerns and wishes of the pet owner. Dr.
is a good diagnostician. She is very empathic with animals and their owners. She is excellent at the very hard task of seeing what is actually wrong and knowing the full range of what can be done for an animal. She will undertake heroic rescues of very ill animals. She will also counsel what is the best improvement that might be gained when an animal is very ill, which is sometimes hard to hear. She neither pushes owners to do more than they wish, nor encourages them to have animals destroyed. Dr.
instead gives the pet's owners the information they need to make informed decisions. Dr.
herself has adopted a variety of animals that had a need for very expensive treatment that their owners chose not to give. After Dr
unpaid care, these healed animals now act as friendly greeters at the door of her facility, making a visit there a treat. We have deep respect for Dr.
commitment to animals. The kind, friendly, thoughtful, and generous
staff are also easy to work with. All staff there are adept with animals and friendly with visitors. Appointments can be made soon. When you arrive at the facility, your appointment happens on time or even early if you are there early. Medicines can be formulated in house rather than having to go to a pharmacy. Prescription cat food can be ordered via Dr.
. She also has a pet portal, that allows your pet's medical information to be kept online for your reference. Additionally the fully modern animal hospital boasts x-
equipment, microscopic analytical equipment, and other modern amenities that mean that much of what you would have to go to a specialist for in other vet practices, may be done in her facility while you wait. This is very convenient. This animal hospital has very reasonable fees compared to most other vets. Lab work costs about the same as elsewhere, but is requested much less frequently. We are delighted to have the opportunity to use the services of the
for our five cats. We are thankful that they are in the area.

-Diane V.

"My dog is no longer incontinent. Dr.
and Parkway Vet Clinic have taken care of all our many dogs and cats for more than 25 years. Dr.
" is expert, professional, compassionate, and seems to really like his work. He has so much experience that he just always seems to know what to do. He also keeps up on the latest treatments. He refers out for specialty care as needed. I like that he explains everything very clearly, answers questions, does not hurry through the visit, and always makes a plan for followup. And he has a great sense of humor and is a really nice guy.

-Cynthia 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.

Good luck!


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.
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 Virginia


We have lived in Delaware since May 2014. We have several animals so finding a vet was important to us. We gave this place a shot and have been happy with them thus far. Everyone is super nice including the front office girls and the welcoming committee of cats. We have been pleased with the services we have received and will continue to use them for our pets.
- Michele P.

We received the most insensitive care possible. It was SO traumatic for us. My husband & I were sobbing. The Dr. never introduced himself or said ONE caring compassionate word. He did not speak unless we asked a question. The experience was HORRIBLE.
She was our baby & I'm heart broken-hearted her life was ended by such an uncaring Dr.
I will never return there & I will voice my opinion of this facility when mentioned or asked.
I called the next day sobbing to inform them of our experience. I never heard from anyone apologizing that our visit there was so HORRIBLE.
I followed up with a letter to the owner but I have no hopes in hearing from him either.
Seems to me this facility is clearing only interested in making money.

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was not a patient of thier's. We took her there because she took a turn for the worse and
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I picked her ashes up (not even sure the ashes are her's) & paid the almost $400.00 bill.
I will NEVER step foot in that place again.

- karen S.

It all went great; our dog loves going there. we've been going to them since we moved here in 1989. They're always great with our pets, and I would highly recommend them to anyone.
- Mary Louise B.

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and his assistant were fantastic. My dog does not get along well with other dogs and going to a traditional vet is very stressful for her and leaves her on
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and his assistant arrived when expected and we had them come in. Dakota and our other dog,
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, were in another room. We gave
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and his assistant treats to ensure a positive introduction and let Dakota out to meet them. She came out and they let her
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them and offered her treats without stressing her out. They simply talked to us while Dakota got used to them. When Dakota was completely comfortable,
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got down on the floor with her, did his exam and gave her the vaccinations she needed. She was not stressed or nervous at any time. When he completed everything with Dakota, we let
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out and he was just as comfortable with them as Dakota had been. They were both great with the dogs.
I was so grateful to find
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for Dakota's routine exams and vaccinations. Seeing her get the care she needed without being stressed out was fantastic. I have, and will continue to, refer him to others that have dogs with similar issues.
- Jodi D.

I have been using Dr.
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for years. He is hands down the best vet I've ever had. He is dedicated, caring, honest and a heck of a nice guy. I completely trust him. His #1 concern is the care and quality of life of your pet. His #2 concern is you and your pocket book. If he tells me that something is needed, I have no doubt or hesitation that it is in my pet's, and my, best interest. That means so very much when you are faced with a pet health concern or crisis... Also, see the reviews for the Cincinnati Central Animal Hospital, which was his previous location/practice. It is at that location that I first found him through Angie's List and he resolved my cat's health issues, researching and consulting with Ohio State to find a mix of medications that would work, after multiple vets before him had given up and said there was nothing they could do.

didn't seem that concerns, didn't clean bloody hair from wound. 3 times After dog bite check I took bloody foul smelling runny gelled stools in and they said not concerned. On a Friday morning a few days later we called for appointment as dog not eating or drinking. Was told to wait till Monday. I called emergency vet and took dog and was given about 3 medicines, they called next day to see how she was and told me to be sure and get to vet Monday. I took her to west
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Vet and about 4 weeks of antibiotics, stomach coater so she could eat and 4 IV water packs later for dehydration, the dog is doing good. I wouldn't recommend this clinic to anyone who needs to rely on someone to take dog in an emergency. At West
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we waited 1 hour at one visit as an emergency came in and we were asked if we would wait till this dog was dealt with! That's the vet for me! One who saves lives, not just when convenient . Another excellent and fair priced vet is Ark Animal Clinic in
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- mary D.

I have been taking my dog to Valley Vet for a few years now. Everyone who works in this office is compassionate and kind. They clearly care very much about the animals. My dog was very sick and had heart failure, and it was time to say goodbye. Dr.
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and his staff could not have been better in this terrible situation. They made sure we had as much time as we wanted with our dog and treated him and us with the utmost respect and kindness. I will continue to take my younger dog, and any dog I own in the future, to this wonderful office.
- Sarah G.

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was referred by my coworker when we were looking for someone new to address some serious struggles our dog was facing. It is so unfortunate that we found him during our dogs end of life--I wish we had found him sooner-he is a wonderful veterinarian! He was extremely sensitive, patient, knowledgeable and concerned during each visit regarding our dogs struggles. Our dog had been progressing with the inability to use his back legs. To address this, we visited our regular vet and 2 others throughout the progression for 2nd an 3rd opinions. We felt that the vets were not very helpful and none really had much to offer and did not seem very sensitive to the progression.
On our own, we purchased a cart to help him walk but he did not take to the cart. He continued to progress and my co-worker suggested Dr
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. He was the first vet to suggest an appointment with a Physical Therapist that works exclusively with dogs to see if she could help him transition to the cart. The PT was also wonderful and offered excellent supports; however, at that point, we feel he had progressed beyond the cart---if only one of the other vets had suggested this sooner. Our dog could no longer walk which brought many other associated challenges. Dr
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could not have been more knowledgeable and sensitive to the needs of our dog and our concerns--he even called to follow through after each appointment. We had to make a very difficult decision which is still hard to share; however, our best and most loyal friend could not have had a
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vet to be with during his last moments. I would highly recommend Dr
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. We do not plan to get another animal because it is so hard at the end but if we did, we would most definitely use Dr
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. He is an A+.
- Skip and Adrienne R.

Veterinarians in Virginia, IL

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140 E 28 th St

Albin Animal Hospital

608 Charleston Ave


1616 N MAIN ST

Animal Clinic Of Lawrenceville

601 Ash Ln



Bourn Veterinary Service

607 US Hwy 67


5793 IL ROUTE 78

Coble Animal Hospital

2828 S Macarthur Blvd

Countryside Animal Clinic

701 Oakley Ave


201 S Waterstreet

County West Animal Hospital

1709 W Merchant St

Doc Joe's Animal Hospital

1235 N Henderson St

Dwight Veterinary Clinic

305 S Old Rte 66

East Moline Animal Clinic

1771 30th Ave
East Moline

Ebrey Veterinarian Clinic

113 E College Ave

Effingham Veterinary Clinic

408 N Keller Dr

Ethridge Animal Hospital

1604 W Spresser St

Fox Valley Veterinary Clinic

1311 Starfire Dr

Galesburg Animal Hospital PC

1525 E Fremont St

Geneseo Veterinary Service

1000 S Oakwood Ave

Grace Veterinary Clinic

204 N Main

Happy Tails Pet Hospital

29005 N 1100 East Rd

Huston Veterinary Service

500 State Hwy 116

Kewanee Veterinary Clinic

206 Townsedge Rd

Klingele Veterinary Clinic

4601 Broadway

Knollwood Hospital For Pets

2237 W Schaumburg Rd

Koke Mill Animal Hospital

564 S Koke Mill Rd



Lakewood Animal Hospital

1301 N Lakewood Dr

McNabb Veterinary

107 W Main St
Mc Nabb

Myers Mobile Animal Clinic

220 Clear Creek Rd

Novak-Brainard Veterinary

1005 N Bloomington St

Oakwood Veterinary Svc

20972 E 450th St

Oswego Animal Hospital

24020 W Riverwalk Ct Ste 114

Oswego Animal Hospital

1280 Rt. 34

Parkway Veterinary Clinic

506 S Dirksen Pkwy





PetSmart - Springfield

3183 S Veterans Pkwy

Pine Bluff Animal Hospital

7995 E Pine Bluff Rd

Preemption Vet Clinic

1706 Hwy 67



River Ridge Animal Hospital

273 IL Rte 2

Sesser Animal Hospital

14857 State Hwy 148

St Francis Care

6228 Country Club Rd

The Village Veterinarian

306 N Main St

Tri-County Veterinary Svc LLC

920 Green Brier Rd

Yorkville Animal Hospital

102 Garden St
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