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    VCA Mountainview Animal Hospital & Pet Lodge
    BEWARE!!!! These people are not caring towards older animals and never let our 18 year old dog out of the kennel in over 8 hours! We brought in our family dog who is an amazing 18 years old. We called ahead to ask if they have experience working with older dogs and they gave a resounding yes. We took our dog in at 7 AM in the morning. We called at 10 she wasn���t ready. We called again at 11 and 12 no one picked up the phone. We called across the street to the animal hospital who said the office was completely closed down. The lights were turned off. And no staff was in there. Apparently they had a staff meeting until 2pm and closed the ENTiRE office down without telling anyone. We called every half an hour pretty much the whole middle of the day with no luck getting a hold of anyone. They took our 18 year old DOG HOSTAGE!!!!! seven hours later and we still had no precious puppy. This is absolutely unacceptable. We have never been Treated so poorly in our lives. Absolutely terrible I would never take my dog or anything back there again. Completely irresponsible!!!!!! They should be closed down!!!!! Update: we picked up our dog 8 hours after dropping our dog- they hadn���t even touched her for grooming after a full 8 hours!!!! LIARS and CHeATS!
    - Lia B.
  • A
    Squawks Walks & Whiskers
    Nancy at Squawks Walks and Whiskers is, quite simply, awesome. I hired her to look after my cat on multiple occasions and she always responded quickly, charged a very reasonable rate, and was easy to interact with. Also, more importantly, I always felt that she actually spent time with my cat, rather than just doing a quick walk-through. If Nancy says she's going spend "x" amount of time with your pet, they get her full attention for the full time. And if you ask her to keep you informed about your pet while you're gone, she does. I asked for and got updates with every visit, including the occasional picture when the cat was being particularly cute. You don't need to get updates that often (it's entirely up to you), but it worked for me. All-in-all, probably the favorite sitter that I've ever used.
    - Carlton C.
  • A
    Ancillary K9
    I was looking for a balanced trainer and Dion was recommended. He has a great manner and is very good with dogs. Within 5 minutes of starting lesson 1 my dog was already anxious to display obedience. Dion is calm yet assertive and clearly understands the psyche of a dog. My dog walks in a perfect heel on the leash, is able to be in a down stay for over an hour, and she is very relaxed when we have people over. Last week at our neighborhood garage sale she was ���down��� at the top of the driveway and endured literally dozens of strangers - several with dogs - and she barely paid any mind. We got so many comments on how well behaved she is. That happens on our walks, too. Pick Dion and Ancillary K9 and you will have a well-trained animal!
    - Mark C.
  • A
    Lakeside Animal Hospital
    I can���t express how pleased I was with the response and help I received for my sick kitten!! They allowed me to come in and check out all the kittens and the mama cat. They offered help with items for caring for the kittens for a family with little or no means to pay for the needed care!! This place of business is very caring, helpful and professional!! I would (and do) recommend them to everyone. Thanks for being there for our beloved animals.
    - Kippi V.
  • F
    VetweRx
    We used this vet clinic for our 2 dogs a few years ago. We spent thousands of dollars in this place and paid in full each time we were there. The front desk seemed disastrously disorganized so much so that buying dog food could take 30 minutes. So when they decided out of the blue that we had an unpaid balance, I questioned it. I could not get an answer as to how I could owe more money when we always paid the total at each visit. Due to this and a few other things that made me lose trust, we went to a more reputable vet clinic. The first time my dog got a dental at another vet, we were told that she had roots left from all the teeth that had been extracted by vetwerx. Note that I have a small dog with bad teeth and I get dentals for her at least once per year. She had an infection down to the bone due to vetwerx leaving the roots in place. I don't know how a dental extraction is performed but I do know that the new vet seemed appalled. I also know that I had a new dog after she recovered from having all the roots extracted and finished her antibiotics. My dog had likely been in pain for a year or more due to Vetwerx's bargain basement dental procedures. I feel absolutely horrible about this and would never go back to this dump. Fast forward 4-5 years and I just got a collections notice in the mail for $700. I have no idea what it is for. We spend a great deal of money on our dogs and have NO problem paying for their care. In fact, we have spent over $3000 in the past month alone because we have 2 seniors with failing health. I simply wanted and explanation of what this balance was for and I would have paid it in the first place.
    - Julie G.
  • A
    CHERRELYN ANIMAL HOSPTIAL
    This is a wonderful caring place to take your animals. I have 2 cats and we have been patients for the last year and a half. I would not trust taking my animals anywhere else. From welcoming staff, knowledgeable technicians and doctors, the professionalism is TEN star.
    - Diane F.
  • A
    A Cut Above Dog Grooming
    Love this business, they are family owned and care about the dog like they are their own, I always get a great groom for my pup and she is always happy when she comes home. Dian and Cindy do her most of the time and I always satisfied with their work.
    - Randall P.
  • A
    DUMB FRIENDS LEAGUE
    Our kittens were scheduled for a spay. Provider was prompt in taking them at the assigned time.. Service was performed on both without any problems. Kittens were ready for pick-up at the given time. Very pleased with company and services provided.
    - Diana A.
  • F
    MAXFUND
    This is a despicable organization. MaxFund essentially held our cats hostage until we paid them more money. We fostered cats for MaxFund for months and then decided to adopt our third batch of kittens. After having these two cats for a while, we called to check in and see if it was time for them to be spayed and to see if we could adopt them. (We later found out from an employee that they had lost track of the kittens we were fostering. Yikes.) They confirmed multiple times over the phone that we would be allowed to adopt them. Typically, if you foster them, you get to adopt them for free, but they asked for a $50 donation over the phone and we agreed to pay that. We dropped them off to be spayed and got a call a few hours later that we were not going to be allowed to adopt them. (When we dropped them off to be spayed, they also had no record that we had scheduled the procedure.) We had already accepted these cats into our family and hearts after hearing that we would definitely be allowed to adopt them. We even built them a climbing wall and got them name-tags. Hearing that they had changed their minds about our adoption was shocking and heartbreaking. We went over to the shelter to try to get an explanation and were told we could wait for the founder to return from lunch and then speak with her. We learned that the vet Mario (who we'd already had a nasty experience with over treatment for our sick fosters) had made the decision that we couldn't adopt the cats. An employee (apparently the founder's grandson) came to tell us to leave even though we'd been told we could wait. When we asked said grandson for a reason we were being denied the adoption after being assured multiple times, he was adamant that he didn't have to give us a reason and even laughed at us over how upset we were. (We were in tears trying to figure out how to get our girls back.) Finally, he said we were being denied because we were "unfit" to adopt the cats. As evidence, he said it wasn't right that we had re-named them (we didn't even know their original names, but who cares if someone renames their adopted pets?) and used nail caps (which are PETA-approved). One kind employee who was witnessing this exchange finally got the founder on the phone and the founder said we could keep the cats if we paid an additional $250. We paid it. We would have paid much more than that to have avoided the threat of taking our girls from us. I guess we were "fit" to volunteer as fosters for them, saving them money, but not to adopt cats that they could potentially get money for. The fact that they ended up giving us the cats for an additional $250 shows it was a power trip for them. They are disgusting.
    - Laura S.
  • F
    MAXFUND WELLNESS CENTER
    This is a despicable organization. MaxFund essentially held our cats hostage until we paid them more money. We fostered cats for MaxFund for months and then decided to adopt our third batch of kittens. After having these two cats for a while, we called to check in and see if it was time for them to be spayed and to see if we could adopt them. (We later found out from an employee that they had lost track of the kittens we were fostering. Yikes.) They confirmed multiple times over the phone that we would be allowed to adopt them. Typically, if you foster them, you get to adopt them for free, but they asked for a $50 donation over the phone and we agreed to pay that. We dropped them off to be spayed and got a call a few hours later that we were not going to be allowed to adopt them. (When we dropped them off to be spayed, they also had no record that we had scheduled the procedure.) We had already accepted these cats into our family and hearts after hearing that we would definitely be allowed to adopt them. We even built them a climbing wall and got them name-tags. Hearing that they had changed their minds about our adoption was shocking and heartbreaking. We went over to the shelter to try to get an explanation and were told we could wait for the founder to return from lunch and then speak with her. We learned that the vet Mario (who we'd already had a nasty experience with over treatment for our sick fosters) had made the decision that we couldn't adopt the cats. An employee (apparently the founder's grandson) came to tell us to leave even though we'd been told we could wait. When we asked said grandson for a reason we were being denied the adoption after being assured multiple times, he was adamant that he didn't have to give us a reason and even laughed at us over how upset we were. (We were in tears trying to figure out how to get our girls back.) Finally, he said we were being denied because we were "unfit" to adopt the cats. As evidence, he said it wasn't right that we had re-named them (we didn't even know their original names, but who cares if someone renames their adopted pets?) and used nail caps (which are PETA-approved). One kind employee who was witnessing this exchange finally got the founder on the phone and the founder said we could keep the cats if we paid an additional $250. We paid it. We would have paid much more than that to have avoided the threat of taking our girls from us. I guess we were "fit" to volunteer as fosters for them, saving them money, but not to adopt cats that they could potentially get money for. The fact that they ended up giving us the cats for an additional $250 shows it was a power trip for them. They are disgusting.
    - Laura S.
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