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    I don't remember the cost. I think they're pretty high. My wife is the one that picked them out. They're good providers, they're caring, they're good with the animals. I'd recommenda them on the basis of that.
    - JOE G.
  • A
    We have just started going to them and I would highly recommend them. It?s sort of a small group. I?ve gone to a bigger animal hospital forever, but they have actually gotten so expensive. Greenwood Veterinary has done a great job, they are more reasonable, available. If we need to get them over there they are fine with us bringing them over. We?ve been very impressed with them.

    My daughter actually found them. Teeth cleaning through the animal hospital would have probably been $800, and they would do it for maybe $500. It was definitely a better deal. You would thing that?s a big deal. They are incredibly responsive and very reasonable. I get emails from them and reminders, it?s a really nice system. I know it was a significance price different from the other animal hospital.
    - Carlie B.
  • A
    We had a couple of pets groomed there.  They are a little expensive.  The woman who performed it was very nice because I stayed there and held the cat while she worked and she was very good at her job.  I don't see anything they could have done better.  I think it was just a little on the expensive side.  I haven't done that a lot so I don't have a lot to compare it to.
    - Scott S.
  • F
    I am writing this because I don���t want anyone to have to endure the trauma and costs like I did at Homestead Animal Hospital. I took my 4 year old Dog, Lucas, into Homestead Animal Hospital for an ear infection. The Vet, who was new to the hospital, strongly urged that my dog be neutered. My wife scheduled Lucas for the surgery and requested that Dr. Joseph perform the surgery. Lucas had his surgery on Friday morning 7th April. On Monday, we found out that Dr. Joseph did not do the surgery. The new Vet performed the surgery. The surgery site was not bandaged and no antibiotics were provided nor any bandage for his wound sites The day after the surgery, Saturday, I noticed that Lucas��� belly was very **** ** one side. On Sunday it was even harder. On Monday morning the 10thApril, Lucas was breathing shallow and rapid, his belly was very hard as a rock, and a large bulging liquid soft mass had developed on his belly and chest which was about 12 inches by 3 inches by 2 inches deep. I immediately took him again into Homestead Animal Hospital. Lucas was seen by a temporary vet as no other Vet was there that morning. The vet said that we should give him some oral antibiotics as a precaution but she never indicated that it was indeed an infection or that it was a severe infection. Of course, they charged me quite a lot money for this visit. The temporary Vet indicated that she personally did not feel that I should have to pay for this visit but it was not her call. By 5 p.m. that same evening, Lucas began to shake profusely, was having great difficulty breathing and he refused to stand up. I rushed him to the VRCC hospital on Hampden Ave. Lucas was seen by the head vet and upon inspection, she immediately told us that Lucas had a terrible infection and they wanted to know who had done the surgery. Lucas was require to stay in intensive care for 4 nights at a cost of nearly $5,000. He would have died that evening had I not brought him to VRCC. He had contracted a STAFF infection from the surgery at Homestead Animal Hospital which required strong IV antibiotics and opening the surgery site to drain the infection. It took antibiotics and 4 weeks of daily bandage changes, Lucas is now fine. I immediately complained about this situation to Homestead���s office manager. She said that ���they will make it right���. A week goes by and there is no response. Finally, after repeated calls, the manager provides me with their insurance company���s phone number. The insurance company refused to pay. I have seen two other vets since the surgery and both indicated that Homestead should have covered the VRCC hospital costs. I wish I had done more research. I would have avoided this entire costly and unfortunate series of events. My suggestion is to read the reviews and heed them.
    - DAN J.
  • A
    During the whole time my dog saw the vet, the vet was incredibly wonderful. She would let me call her no matter what time it was, if I had questions; my dog had diabetes. The vet helped me through the situation and had a lot of compassion for what I was going through. I have another pet now and will be going back to her. I liked everything about the pet service, very compassionate, caring. They also are open for hospitalization. The vet was just marvelous with interacting with my pet. She gave me her cell phone number and I could call her any time I needed to; there were many times that we talked during the day, most vets don’t. Even though she was skiing, I called her and she returned my call.
    - Diane P.
  • A
    They are very compassionate. We've taken our dogs there for several years and they do a good job. The Veterinarian and vet techs are very good with my animals. It is only 5 minutes to get back there and only 20 minutes to see the Vet.
    - Linda S.
  • A
    My mom likes them for their grooming, but she did not care for them for their emergency services. Our dog had cut himself on some tanbark on the hill, and my mom called to get him in, and they said they had no openings. 

    They make him look adorable. They do a really good job. They try to keep notes on him. One time a groomer shaved his hair off and tried to go for the poodle look, and it did not look good on him.

    The groomers are always happy to see him and they love to work with him. They are very patient because he can be difficult sometimes. 

    Outside the instance for the lack of urgency care, they are pretty good.
    - Anita J.
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    I had a cat at that time that was on prescription food. So I had to get a new prescription. They were recommended to me. They were reasonable priced and they give good service so we went with them. It seemed to work alright. So we have been going there every sense. 
    - Sandy B.
  • A
    It cost me an arm and a leg, but that is the same everywhere. They get “A’s” all across. I don’t really give people “A’s” all across, it’s just that I am particular about who I do business with. I have always told them people that I would rate them high. My verbatim would be “I think they care more about our pets than they do ourselves”, because I really do think they care more about my dog than they do me. Which is a good thing to figure out.
    - Scott M.
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    They're real good. They are extremely knowledgeable and extremely professional around the pets. So they really care for their patients, really good care for their patients. They are really a pleasure to work with.
    - Allen S.
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