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    EASTRIDGE Animal Hospital
    We read several other great reviews for Eastridge Animal Hospital and decided to set an appointment after having a bad experience at another vet's office. Our two little kittens are just over a 6 weeks old and need special care because they are sick and are having a hard time breathing. The staff at Eastridge Animal Hospital is very friendly, professional, and most importantly show genuine care and love towards the pets they treat. The prices were more than fair and they did not proscribe our pets unnecessary medications like other vets. Eastridge Animal Hospital is highly recommended!!!
    - Richard A.
  • A
    They took really good care of him, they worked with me and took care of him and had him monitored. They were very good, made recommendations about things that we could do, but at the same time understood that taking our dog to a doggie neurologist is not necessarily financially feasible for most people.
    - Paula O.
  • A
    I like them, they are good. 

    They are not the cheapest vet out there but they are reasonable. I would absolutely use them again. 

    Both of the vets remember our dogs, they call them by name. My animals are comfortable around them. They are just really nice people. We had 2 dogs that passed away, and one we had to put down. They were very good about that, and very compassionate.
    - Paula O.
  • F
    El Cajon Valley Veterinary Hospital
    I am normally absolutely in love with the staff at ECCVH and can't even believe I am having to write this (I joined this website to specifically leave this review). I have taken all my pets there and they are normally phenomenal, no doubt because I have always seen Dr Aaron Rhodes. I took my dog in today, but he was not on service so I saw a different provider, Dr Mosley. I have to say I am honestly speechless with the way she not only talked to me, but also how she presented herself, and made her medical diagnosis. My dog has itchy skin which is pretty common for Aussies and he visits the vet about once a year for this particular problem. Normally the doc just looks at the hot spot lesions and gives me supportive care ideas and meds if they are needed. This time was a completely different story. Dr Mosley busted in the room (didn't introduce herself, said she's seen my dog before) obviously in a rush and began to immediately hurl accusations at me because she had gotten all her "information" from my dogs record in the computer, without even laying an eye or hand on my dog. She instantly accused me of not providing flea medicine to my dog because she didn't see it in his chart, but instead of asking about it, she just told me that had to be why he had sacral hot spots. I attempted to explain that I get the flea prescription for both my dogs through the front desk there and that the front desk splits it between the two dogs, but puts it under my other dogs chart so it wouldn't show up in the Aussie's chart. She acted like I was crazy, as if that couldn't possibly happen. Hey, its your office's practice, not mine! So then she proceeded to examine my dog and continually said flippant and ridiculously rude comments about his skin. I KNOW! THAT'S WHY I BROUGHT HIM IN. Then I had her look at his ear because it had a yellow drainage for a few days and told her I was using ear flush to clean it out like I had been told to by her office in the past, she immediately interrupted me and said, well flushing ears doesn't get rid of yeast? Really? I'm glad she used her medical degree to clue me into that blatantly obvious fact. This is the point where I am so astounded at her behavior that I reconsider getting increasingly ****** off throughout this visit and telling her about it and absolutely wonder if she is really that bad at her job (talking to pet parents with a modicum of respect should be a basic skill as a vet) or if she just honestly is that much of a jerk as a person to everyone all the time. She then says, well he must have bad allergies that are making his skin bad. What happened to the flea theory? Kind of dropped that once I clued her in to the fact that he does get his monthly flea meds. She gave him meds in his ear for the drainage which is fine and we also walked out with 30 days worth of allergy pills. I will never ever deal with her again. She might get away with treating people the way she does because she's not a human medical doctor, but she is way out of line with her terrible attitude, poor bedside manner and methods to obtain her diagnosis. I highly suggest you see any other provider at this business. This is a specific review regarding Dr Mosley's care of my dog. All other services received here have been outstanding.
    - angel m.
  • A
    California Veterinary Specialists - Angel Care Can
    The will help you and they are professional.  They have qualified Oncologist.  The staff in the Oncologist department are excellent and the ones in the medical are absolutely ridiculous.
    - Carolyn J.
  • F
    This business groomed my one-year old labradoodle in July 2013. My puppy seemed okay but a little sensitive when I got her home that Saturday. I am writing this almost nine months later because I am still in disbelief over what happened to my dog. One day later my dog started to exhibit red weepy eyes and and showing pain. I rushed her to the veterinarian who could not figure out what was wrong with her at first. He performed blood tests and other medications. Two days later I called him back as she could not open her eyes at all and they were horribly red. He told me to rush her to the Canine Ophthamologist. I did and he diagnosed her with burned corneas from the groomers drying apparatus. Apparently there are multiple people involved in the grooming process at this business. The person who shampooed my dog did not wash all of the soap out of my dog's eyes then placed her in one of these drying cages. I took her back to the vet a week and half later and thank goodness she was on the mend. I called the groomer's business and left her an emotional message of how my beloved dog was injured. She did call back with her sympathies and I told her I would call her when I was back in town a week later. I visited the business upon my return and instead of a caring person, she stonewalled and patronized me while she kept on grooming another dog. I have to say she did not hesitate to pay the vet bills when I sent her the invoice. Please don't let a groomer use these dryer cages on your pets. I am still worried that my dog who is almost 2 now may have eye isses in the future.
    - Alison C.
  • B
    It is going fairly well and I appreciate all the hard work that goes into his care and feeding on a daily basis. The facility itself is in good condition, but I believe that they need to consider replacing the waterlines to all the waterers for the safety and well being of the animals. Current ones (clear plastic) tend to get clogged with algae.
    - Caryn W.
  • A
    Since we are new to the area I thought it would be hard to get an appointment with a new vet but they got us in and treated us and our lab very well. We have a follow up visit very soon and am looking forward to taking her back.
    - Michael R.
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    Cat & Doggie Works
    It is always a great experience coming here! Sam is very accomidating with my schedule and I hope to never have to find another groomer for Chewy! My dog is a very special part of my family and finding someone that handles him with care is very important. Chewy has both of his ACL's replaced in his back legs and Sam always makes sure that he is careful with him and truley cares about his comfort. I can't say enough..I am lucky to have found this place!
    - kimblerly c.
  • B
    We had setup a first time appointment and our only mistake was making it on a Monday morning! This clinic is a very popular clinic and you can understand what a Monday would be like. This mistake was on us not the clinic. We show up approximately 20 minutes early because we know about vet paperwork. We had had two previous rescues and know what first time visits are like. Anyway, the waiting room was full of dogs and one cat besides ours. Plus, there had been an accident over the weekend where an automobile had run up on the curb and punched a bit dent in the stucco wall. On the inside of course, there was a set of seats that could not be used because of the danger of the wall falling in! I stood and the wife sat with the three cats in two crates. we filled out all the paperwork and waited. obviously the doctors were running behind due to a couple of the animals were emergencies. Once we were able to see the vet all went well and we were very pleased with the results. you are never sure when you meet new doctors for the first time,but we were pleased. knowledgeable, polite, and informative. we chose this clinic because we had visited before looking for a kennel (next door attached) for our other cats. we previously were using a clinic in la mesa and the commute was 20 minutes with cats. after our cats passed (17 and 19 years) we decided that our new vet would be closer.
    - PAM K.
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