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    Country Veterinary Service Inc
    The procedure went well! Very well. So well, in fact, that my Dozer, WAY overdid himself and in approaching some rock steps one day on our property, he stumbled and fell, landinding with his operated hip stretched w-a-y out... This vet was willing to perform a second stem cell procedure, as the Stem Cell Compant, Genex, had donated a free kit, but Dozer was NOT walking very well, after that fall & something in those big, beautiful, brown eyes told me "it was his time" against this vet's recommendation, as well as his staff's; and the fact that Winter was coming on for Dozer's healing period; I made the painful decision to let him go.
    - Deborah A. W.
  • A
    Sassy Tails
    Excellent. They are really kind to him and just do an excellent job. I like it because I don't have to leave him there all day. They are the only ones I use for grooming my dog, and I have an appt. next week.
    - Judith K. W.
  • A
    Good Steward Pet Sitting Service
    We have 5 cats of varying ages and temperments.  We had to go out of town for a wedding for 5 days.  Mary took good care of our babies to where most of them got comfortable with her.
    She kept them fed, watered, and cleaned the litter.   She even played with them. 
    Mary kept us undated via text as to how they were doing.
    She also brought in our mail and newspapers, and turned on and off certain room lights at night.
    We would defginately used her services again
    Thank you, Mary.

    - Virginia B.
  • A
    Siloam Springs Veterinary Clinic

    I am writing this review not only to commend this facility, but also somewhat in penance on my end.  In my opinion, this is one of the best veterinary clinics in the area, and Dr. Shackleford has a heart the size of a horse....!

    I had had several services provided but almost immediately fell WAY behind in finances due to being my mother's primary caregiver and POA, having too many horses (have downsized!), and due to expenses my daughter's final year of high school.

    Chris, in the billing office, was EVER so patient with me.....I plugged along and made payments when I could.  Unfortunately, they did have to send a portion of it to a collections agency, but even the collections agency handled the situation with prowess and tact.

    They are paid off and I have been so embarrassed about the entire situation, but I think it only common courtesy that I post a review commending their patience with me and my situation.

    - Carla K.
  • A
    There wasn’t anything that I don’t like. They worked with me. My dog had to be in their care for 3 solid days. They made a surgery and they saved her. I will never go anywhere again without them. They were absolutely amazing and wonderful.
    - Leah h.
  • A
    Rose Animal Clinic
    Our dog had a urinary tract infection. The shot was $200 plus 3 urinalysis for $50.50 EACH (I can get one at my doctor for $22), and 3 Rx's for $13.00, plus office call of $82. She is well now but since she is prone to these, this will be an on-going thing. But they are very kind and caring and she has gone here since we got her 8 years ago.
    - Sharron S.
  • A
    Siloam Springs Veterinary Clinic
    Although this establishment deserves a review regarding their equine services, I am going to at least get this and quot;cat storyand quot; posted. I normally drive from Bentonville to Siloam Springs Vet Clinic for my horses only and take my dog and/or cat to a much closer vet. However, the Sunday before this date, two other ladies and I and quot;rescuedand quot; a large black and white tom cat that some imbecile had run over on J Street in Bentonville and left it there to be flattened to smithereens. My Christianity suffers during such instances; I realize it is impossible to miss an animal in the road in many cases. However, I will stop -- unless it is totally unsafe, i.e. an interstate -- and remove the carcass from the road, even if it is a tiny bunny or squirrel. I can only hope that karma will prevail.
    I phoned TWO veterinarians' emergency numbers that Sunday (one of which is my small animal vet of choice, close by) and received NO RESPONSE at all -- ever -- that day or the next. One vet is McDowell Vet Clinic on I Street (I LOVE this vet -- have yet to call and ask what happened) and the other was Dr. Franz at Pea Ridge Vet Clinic. I can only wonder if they expected someone to want pro bono services since I mentioned it was a stray cat incident and avoided responding. I hope that wasn't the case. Anyway, they lost some business that day.
    We managed to and quot;coerceand quot; the almost feral, hysterical cat into one lady's cat carrier and he survived until Monday. I drove to Siloam Springs Vet Clinic where they were VERY busy. However, Dr. Proctor (who had gelded my mini last year) was very empathetic, sincere, and unrushed (this is why I don't mind waiting); he performed an x-ray and we had to make an and quot;educatedand quot; decision to euthanize the cat (implied internal bleeding and a crushed pelvis). I did not know this cat; he had hissed and bitten and scratched out at me in his pain. I spent $105 on a stray cat and I would do it again. The $105 was for the x-ray, exam, euthanisia, and crematory (I had decided I did not have the emotional fortitude to bring him back to my ranchette and bury him, which would have decreased my bill by $20). I find those fees to be reasonable.
    The main thing I want to put on here is that I will continue to drive the 30 miles to Siloam Springs Vet Clinic for my horses -- I could write a novel about how WONDERFUL this clinic has been. Dr. Shackleford is my and quot;favand quot; horse doc, but Dr. Proctor sure earned my respect with this cat incident.
    - Carla K.
  • C
    All Pets Animal Hospital
    Honestly I really like everyone in the office. They are friendly and good with our dogs. However, we had a much loved dog that they had seen several times so she was not a new patient. She seemed to feel bad and was gaining weight. When I took her in and explained my concerns she was put on a new dog food (which was very expensive but that really didn't matter) and was told she needed to lose weight. After four visits within a couple of months she was seen by all the vets in the office. I didn't like the fact that they didn't know her or her condition after I had been there so many times with her. The last time I took her in I told them I had been feeding her the new food and she still gained weight and still felt bad. A friend suggested we take her to a different vet. We did. We were immediately sent to a specialist. She had congestive heart failure (she was very young). They drained over two liters of fluid from her on the first visit. Needless to say we were miffed that the doctors at All Pets didn't ever find anything after seeing her so many times.
    I just don't understand why they didn't see this. We lost our Jelly Bean christmas night. We had another appointment with the specialist on December 27th. I can't help but wonder if they had only seen her condition at All Pets would we have caught the problem early enough and would she still be with us?
    I will say I had an emergancy with another pet and feel they saved his life.
    - Janice S.
  • A
    Fuzzy Bones Dog Grooming
    We use Fuzzy Bones on a consistent basis for a standard poodle and could not possibly be happier with the service we receive. They consistently show extreme care for the happiness and well being of the animal. Their credit card policy is posted on the door and multiple alternatives are available we find it no issue.
    - Tess W.
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    All Pets Animal Hospital
    Wonderful experiences. I do, however, recommend that everyone who has a dog get vet insurance. All vets charge almost as much as pediatricians. My furry friends seem to just have a few issues, and it costs plenty to get them help. I've more than made up for insurance costs on reimbursed payments.
    I also don't like to see them suffer and if I'm unable to address an issue, I don't hesitate to call them. They can always see a last minute emergency if they are open. I'm guessing they stay late a lot of nights. Their hearts are in the right place.
    - LESLEY E.
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