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  • A
    Kirkwood Animal Hospital
    It was an outstanding service. I have been with this company for over 20 years. Dr. Ueno was the most caring, thoughtful and qualified doctor that I have ever been gone too. He was an outstanding doctor.
    - MANSUETTA L.
  • A
    Kirkwood Animal Hospital
    It went good. He always seems to know what do, so I'm very grateful. They treat the animals well. I think it goes from top to bottom. They've got good people in there. They are caring, good, people. I've been to him since I've first got my puppies. I've never gone anywhere else, well I have, because was trying to resolve an eye issue. I would never go to anyone else just for my regular doctor for my guys.
    - MANSUETTA L.
  • B
    KATHY'S K-9 KUTIES
    I've been using her for seven years. Her price is really good. She's very fair. She is the 3rd one that I've used. I liked her and so I stuck with her. I don't really know the rest of the staff. I have not heard good things about them at all. My daughter went in there to pick up my dog and one of the gals was yelling at another dog. My friend who used them before and she actually quit using them because of the other people in there. I haven't had any experience with them. They are not super friendly when I take my dog in but Kathy always is. So as long as they're not touching my dog and I don't have to deal with them, I don't care.
    - Tammy H.
  • F
    No Place Like Home
    We just used No Place Like Home (NPLH) for the third time, but we will not use them again. We would not recommend anyone use them, and here is our story. We chose NPLH because we thought it would be better for our aging dogs to be taken care of at home instead of boarding them. We have a seven year old Lab and a thirteen year old Beagle that doesn���t get around very well and is hard of hearing. We had used NPLH two times before for two day dog sittings. This time our vacation was for seven days. Everything seemed to be going well; we received nightly updates from Carla our dog sitter. We arrived home around 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday night, our eighth day away from home. When we arrived home we went straight to the backyard to see how our dogs were doing and found an empty yard. We texted Carla to let her know that we were home and our dogs were missing, but she never responded. About thirty minutes later she, and her mom, came walking around the corner where they had parked their car. We thought this was strange because we are three houses from the corner and it doesn���t make any sense why they would park that far away and out of sight. There is no problem with parking in our neighborhood and she has parked in front of our house on other occasions. When Carla and her mom arrived they did not acknowledge that they had received our text message, acting like they just arrived for a schedule visit to feed the dogs. We told them that our dogs were missing and Carla and her mom acted like this was the first time they had heard this information. Carla then stated that she fed the dogs later the night before (10 p.m.) due to her other job running late. She was sure that she had secured the gate. The gate latch sometimes is stiff, so Carla knew that it was important to double check the latch. We live in new construction, so some things like the latch may need adjusting over time. Carla then walked several houses away to call her boss, Jenna. Carla���s mother then seemed to try to take over, she called Clovis animal control but it was after hours and they had not received any dogs fitting our dog���s description. We had never met Carla���s mother before and did not know why she was at the house with Carla. Her mom gave us her card and stated she had a lot of contacts with pet rescue and if we could send her a picture of the dogs she could get the word out to look for them. She also told us that Carla was dealing with personal problems and that is why she was not talking to us. Jenna, the owner of NPLH, called me and said she was sorry that our dogs were missing and asked us if we had a yard service, anyone else that would come to the house or if it was possible that someone may have stolen the dogs. We don���t have yard service and I don���t know why anyone would want a cranky beagle or a lazy lab. We discussed the possibility that Carla had not shut the gate properly due to the fact that she was running late the previous night when she fed the dogs at 10 p.m. and that with the stiff latch she may have forgotten to check that it was secured before she left. Jenna said that if the latch is not reliable then this is our responsibility and it didn���t sound like they were liable or that it was Carla���s fault that the dogs were missing. At this time we were not trying to find fault, we were just trying to piece together a timeline so that we could find out where our dogs were. At no time did Carla or her mother offer to physically look for the dogs. Jenna said she might be able to look for them the next day if she was in the area. Carla���s mother told us that she had to take Carla home because she was having a bad day and this was too much for her. Carla and her mother left around 7:20 p.m. They never volunteered to walk around the neighborhood to help us look for the dogs. We walked our neighborhood until it was too dark to see. We talked to a neighbor who said that someone had been walking around the neighborhood earlier with a black lab that they had found and were looking for the owners. Unfortunately that person did not leave any contact info so nobody knew where he lived. This morning Jenna called and told us that a lab and beagle were turned in to animal control. We called animal control and they were able to scan the dogs and identified them as ours. We picked them up this afternoon when they opened and paid the $90 fee. I let Jenna know through text that we had retrieved our dogs and we were not happy with their service and especially not happy that we had to pay to retrieve our dogs when we think this is their fault, I still have not heard back from her. My account was charged the full amount ($144) for the dog sitting service, including yesterday when the dogs were missing. I know accidents can happen, we all make mistakes, I don���t feel that Carla or Jenna handled this situation well. I did not feel like they were concerned for our pets. They were more concerned about casting blame. For us, this ended well, our dogs are home unharmed and thinking they had a grand adventure. But it could have ended differently, so we would not recommend this company to watch your pets or house because your story may not have a happy ending like ours did.
    - Troy C.
  • A
    Central California Pet Doors
    I spoke with Joshua on the phone and scheduled to have him out to the house. He showed up as scheduled and offered my ideas and solutions. We decided on a high quality Hale wall model pet door. The Hale wall model pet door is high quality,energy efficient,durable and has a really nice appearance. The install was quick,clean and flawless. Joshua took off his shoes every time he entered our home and even had his own vacuum to clean up any dust. I highly recommend Joshua for doggie doors. Truly professional.
    - Larry M.
  • A
    CLOVIS PET HOSPITAL
    It's very hard to find a reptile vet. Our tortoise we give him a check up and it's just like a kid it's $200 plus every year before he hibernates. He is about 19 and about 12 x 12. I am not sure about price because he is the only tortoise I have ever had. My husband said d*mn we raised 5 kids and it's like having another kid, and I said it's true. It's expensive I think for a little guy that walks around in a shell, but we love him so we're doing it. We go back to this one because we have a choice of 2 people and we like this vet better. It's not like you have a choice of 80 vets in town. They have to have some knowledge of a tortoise, I mean they are very different. The vet is great with the tortoise. He lifts up his leg and checks him for ticks and bugs. He took an x-ray of him last time to make sure he didn't have stones in his bladder. His little eyes were dripping so he gave us some medicine. His nose was dripping, and that is very dangerous for a tortoise because they don't have lungs that are normal lungs. You have to clean up any kind of respiratory problem. We had to give him shots believe it or not for 10 weeks. You ought to try and find a place to give a tortoise a shot. Their skin is like dinosaurs, it's hard. He didn't like it when we set him on the kitchen table, so one of us would hold him. My husband and I drew straws and I was the one who had to give the shot and he didn't like it. And he bled, I didn't know they bleed like that and that made me feel so sad. I said well this needle is going to break, I can't get it in him. We found a place way down under his tail and behind his back leg that was not as rough skinned. All these new things we have learned with Tillie. It cleared it right up, but he knew when we were coming after him with that shot. He was no dummy and I thought they had a pea brain. The best thing about Clovis is they are caring and interested in what is going on. Especially when I don't have a dog or cat that can talk or meow or take a nip at you if they don't like you or growl. He hisses a little when he doesn't like you, but not much. He is real social.
    - Grace B.
  • N/A
    Dr Sue House Calls
    Dr. Sue is sometimes out of the area, although she attemps to accomodate me with my schedule. I have used her servies for many years. She is the best avian vet I have found. Occationally, I have taken my birds elswhere, when Sue is not available. But Dr. Sue saves me the hassle of traveling for nail trims. Sue loves her work and it shows! I appreciate her very, very much!
    - Jamie P.
  • A
    Dr Sue House Calls
    Dr. Sue is sometimes out of the area, although she attemps to accomodate me with my schedule. I have used her servies for many years. She is the best avian vet I have found. Occationally, I have taken my birds elswhere, when Sue is not available. But Dr. Sue saves me the hassle of traveling for nail trims. Sue loves her work and it shows! I appreciate her very, very much!
    - Jamie P.
  • F
    Petsmart
    When I got her home she immediately had water diarrhea. She is now on the fifth day and her system is starting to getting better. She hasn't been eating. I haven't been able to sleep because the first 24 hours she wasn't able to go more than two hours without going to the restroom. They told me when I picked her up that everything was fine. That could not have been true as she immediately had to be outside. Her rectum was so swollen and red and it was painful. You couldn't touch her without her screaming which indicates that she was sick for some time. When I called in to see why she came home the way she did. It seemed like she had been drugged. She screamed whenever she bumped into anything. She flinches every time you go to touch her. I called to see what had happened and I have called multiple times. I have never received a return phone call. I was told that they did not play with her even though they said that they had played with her. They also expressed her anal glands and it's in the system to not do that and they did it anyway. I called to have them call me back to explain why they had did that and no one has called me back. It has been five days and she still is sick. There still has not been a phone call. There was no phone call while I was gone to tell me that she was sick. For her to be as sick as she was when I got her home, she would have had to be as sick there. I took my own food for her. I took everything for her. I paid for someone to be with her twice a day. I told them that if she was demonstrating any stress to not let her be with any of the other dogs. They told me that she was with the other dogs for about four hours and she is usually the dog around the house. We talked about her being around the other dogs for maybe 30 minutes. They didn't follow anything that we had talked about. She was so sick when she got home that she could barely walk. She acted like she had just come out of surgery or something. I had read so many good things about them and this was terrible. She had to have been sick for quite some time before I got her. I am worried that she is going to have permanent problems from how bad it was. She went in healthy and fine. There were no problems when she went in. There is no excuse for this as I usually take her here for her grooming and for her medical checkups. There was barely any documentation regarding her stay there even though she was there for three and a half days.
    - Troy L.
  • A
    Terry Stansberry- Pet Sitting
    Excellent Service!
    We had a couple of favors and she went beyond her job duty. We gave Terry specific feeding instructions, and she was very nice about it, and followed through.
    Terry is very thorough, and left us a VERY detailed description of each visit. 
    Finally, someone who really cares about the animals and trustworthy! Big plus.
    - Min K.
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