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  • A
    ALLPETS ANIMAL HOSPITAL
    We chose Allpets because it"s the closest vet and received good reviews of Dr Paladino whom we did not see. We were escorted into a room and shortly a young assistant came in. He didn"t spend time petting/bonding with my dog or getting information. Instead he stated he was taking my dog to the back to "weigh" him. I waited several minutes expecting the vet to come in, introduce himself as we are new patients and new to the area, conduct a review of systems and medical history of my dog. Instead the assistant brought my dog back stating "he didn"t like being restrained. He peed, he pooed. The doctor will come in to talk to you." I have a 4 year old trained chow show dog. Chows are very clean and soil only when they are sick/old. My dog must've been terrified with how they "restrained" him. When the vet came in I told him my dogs have always been examined in my presence. He said due to "liability " they no longer do that. I can appreciate that, however it was his responsibility to inform me of what he was planning to do to care for my dog. My dog had been given 3 year rabies and 3 year parvo vaccines in the past and I assumed he would be given the same since they are available. I found out from the receptionist when I checked out that he had been given a 3 year rabies but only a 1 year parvo (while he was being "weighed"). She stated "we only give the I year parvo so that you have to come back next year". We dog owners need annual heartworm tests and preventative as well as any other pertinent labs for our dog's age/health status. The lack of communication between a veterinarian and a pet owner shows disrespect, does not foster trust and is downright dangerous. The 1 star is for cleanliness of the facility.
    - Pauline M.
  • F
    TOWN & COUNTRY ANIMAL HOSPITAL
    Additional services were required to obtain the clipping. Some of these services were questionable and not in the best interest/health of the cat. I spoke with a veterinary technician who did not appear to be educated on appropriate animal care and seemed to be upselling. For more than 20 years I was a client at TCAH. Dr. Ormsbee and Dr. Kaga provided pet and pet parent centered care, always putting the best interest of the animal first. I am wholeheartedly disappointed that the new owner, Dr. Jerry Bridges, and his staff seem to be placing profits first and the best interest of the animal last. If you had been a client of Dr. Ormsbee or Dr. Kaga I strongly recommend you find a different veterinary clinic instead of Town and Country
    - GLENN E.
  • A
    Hillcrest Animal Hospital
    Just as important to me, though, is the extra mile Dr. Joan and the vets will go for their customers. There are SO many examples I could share but I'll just give two: 1.) one time the city picked up our young dog, Pumpkin, who had for the first time gotten out of our fence. When we went to get her at the pound, she was dead in her pen. We were devastated and wanted to know what had happened. No one could tell us and they wouldn't let us take Pumpkin with us. Joan very kindly offered to make some calls to help us find answers to our questions. For that alone, I will never forget her kindness. 2.) About a year ago, one of the semi-feral cats my husband was feeding showed up badly injured. After much treatment, we brought Newman home. Unfortunately, before long, he was back in the hospital and things didn't look good for him. Because she was afraid he wasn't going to make it, Joan took Newman home with her one night because she didn't want him to die alone. That kind of compassion and heart can't be bought for any amount of money. That compassion and heart (in addition to the excellent medical service) is why the customers of Hillcrest Animal Hospital continue to take their pets to Dr. Joan and Dr. Larry Nafe and the other vets in the clinic. If I could give them an A++, I would!
    - HK A.
  • A
    ALLPETS ANIMAL HOSPITAL
    They were amazing! I'd recommend them to everyone. Helped figure out breed, what needed done, helped with training tips, followed up after appointment. Excellent! Much better than other places I've been.
    - Jenna R.
  • A
    SHACKLEFORD ROAD VETERINARY CLINIC
    I have been using them for 2 years now. They are great! The doctor keeps me abreast and is very knowledgeable. They take time to explain what the procedures are and it is easy to make an appointment, and just all of those general things that I would expect a company to provide and they do an excellent job about it. Their prices are very reasonable. They are my best of choice and I'm not looking to change.
    - Christine S.
  • A
    SHACKLEFORD ROAD VETERINARY CLINIC
    I'm so grateful I found SRVC!They are absolutely wonderful to my dogs and me! Extremely knowledgable, caring and professional. They always seem to be able to fit us in when the need arises. Although on short notice I usually leave my dog there for a few hours if need be. Couldn't be more pleased with everything from the very kind and helpful don't desk staff to Dr. Barron and Dr. Smith. I haven't met the new vet yet but feel confident he won't disappoint.
    - Theresa M.
  • B
    Banfield The Pet Hospital
    They work with us well overall, we really wanted dental care for our cat but we could not get it due to other health issues but after following the parts of their advice that were actually workable for us given our finicky cat, things are quite a bit better at this point. They need to get their online scheduling operations more functional though.
    - Vikki S.
  • A
    SHACKLEFORD ROAD VETERINARY CLINIC
    I have been going to Shackleford Road Animal Clinic since 1986 when I moved here from out-of-state so we have been through many dogs with Dr. Smith and other veterinarians who have been in practice with him. When Dr. Barron first came on board, and quot;The Girlsand quot; primarily saw him as he had not yet built up a clientele and Dr. Smith was extremely busy so Dr. Barron became their primary veterinarian. Dr. Barron and I went through something every dog owner dreads, cancer. Gretchen lower jaw develoed a fibrosarcoma (cancer) with subsequent partial removal of her lower jaw. Dr. Barron thoroughly researched our options with Gretchen including calling LSU School of Veterinary Medicine to make sure that he had researched all options. When we opted for the partial removal of her jaw, everyone was very compassionate and understanding (there was a lot of hand-holding required before the decision was made) for which I will always be extremely greateful. Without surgery, Gretchen had about 6 months to live and no guarantee of being pain free. With the surgery, she was given 12-16 months to live. I am happy to say that Gretchen is almost 4 years out from her surgery. I owe her success to the advice and treatment received from Drs. Barron and Smith. and quot;The Girlsand quot; are now over 10 and large dogs do not have a long life span. However, I know that Drs. Barron and Smith will do everything that they can to prolong a long and quality life for them. Would I change my veterinary service, not a chance!
    - Carole H.
  • A
    BRIARWOOD ANIMAL HOSPITAL
    They are on the expensive side but their care is really good. They are just really caring and very thorough. I've had other pets in the past where I've taken them to Briarwood and they've been able to diagnose some pretty complex situations. They are expensive but I get what I pay for with them.
    - Judy C.
  • B
    Hillcrest Animal Hospital
    We had suspicions of ear mites in one of our cats, so took him in. We had used Hillcrest before and new their care and work quality were first-rate. While we had the cat in, some shots and boosters were given, he was diagnosed mite-free, and all went well. The ONLY drawback to Hillcrest, in my opinion, is the cost. Medical care is thorough, all personnel were very good, but they do tend to be more pricey. I would never hesitate to go there for good care,and they offer some specialized procedures that you cannot get anywhere else in Little Rock.
    - Rodney A.
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