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  • F
    I've been going their for 13 yrs. and my groomer moved to a different state. I decided to say at this salon. My current groomer Laura H. is terrible about keeping appointments. Twice now she has been a NO CALL NO SHOW at the salon. I don't exactly live close to the salon. I drive all the way their with my pet and someone else tells me Laura will not be in today, didn't she call you? NO! Laura is NOT dependable. DO NOT ask for this groomer!
    - Janice S.
  • F
    It's now been a little over a year since I lost my best friend, and I've finally experienced enough healing to get my story/truth out there, regardless of whatever kind of rebuttal the doctors will have. What I'm sharing are the facts from my vantage point. I normally take my dogs to the Goddard vet but Shadow was breathing heavily and they couldn't see her for a few days so I took Shadow here. I was told she had arthritis and was likely in some pain which was causing her heavy breathing. Shadow was put on Carprofen, a somewhat "risky" medication, which required blood work after two weeks just to ensure that there were no negative reactions. Shadow seemed to be doing better until she jumped off my bed and landed wrong on a Sunday morning. I had read online that if there is only a sprain, the dog will not bear weight on the leg for about 48 hours, and if the dog is still not bearing weight after 48 hours to take the dog to the vet. So, Wednesday morning I fed Shadow her normal full amount of food and gave her the Carprofen and took her in to get her leg checked out. (Up until this point, other than limping, Shadow was eating, drinking, pooping, smiling, and acting normal other than the limp.) The doctor insisted that she needed to be put under anesthesia for the x-ray, and being the type of person I "used to be," I didn't question it. I did tell them several times that Shadow had a full breakfast plus her "risky" Carprofen med since I had no idea they would be putting her under to get an x-ray of the leg (or else I wouldn't have fed her or given her the medication). They said it was fine. When I came to pick Shadow up later that day, she never ate or drank again. She started vomiting the following evening so I took her in first thing Friday morning. About two hours (& $700) later I got a call from the doctor telling me to come back immediately because Shadow was actively dying. That was, and still is the worst day of my life. I experienced a kind of trauma beyond what I ever thought I could handle, and just two weeks shy of her 9th birthday. I had Shadow scheduled for ACL surgery (the x-ray showed she tore her ACL) in OKLAHOMA for the following Tuesday, because the doctors told me that my only options to get her surgery done were in Manhattan or OK City. Later I found out my own vet in GODDARD does the same surgery, as well as many other vets around the area. I believe that they didn't want to lose my business because I would pay and do whatever necessary for my dogs; my dogs are my kids. A month or so after Shadow passed so unexpectedly and in such a terrible manner (fever was 106 and she was suffering so I had to make the awful decision to euthanize her, which is a moment so painful that I will never forget it), I called with my questions and demanded some answers. There was an excuse for everything from "Shadow was not well before she came in for the x-ray" to "The vets around here aren't qualified enough to do the ACL surgery" to "Having a full stomach and taking the medication had nothing to do with her reaction to the anesthesia." All I can say is that she was acting completely NORMAL until she went in for that x-ray, torn ACL and all. To top it off, I had taken my other dog, Bear, to this hospital in August (a month after I had first taken Shadow in) because she was coughing so bad. She was given an antibiotic and narcotics, even though the report said that "upon palpation of the throat Bear coughed." This coughing went on for well over a month until Shadow passed and I knew I'd never go back there again so I took Bear to get a second opinion. (Even when I had called a few weeks later stating Bear was still coughing hard, there was no mention of an x-ray to see if there was an underlying problem.) Immediately when I took Bear to another vet and upon palpation of the throat, the vet suspected tracheal collapse. This was confirmed via a simple x-ray and since then Bear has been on the medication she needs and is doing better. Unfortunately, this condition is irreversible and Bear coughed for nearly two months longer than she should have, which collapsed her trachea more and more, and now I can't even take her on walks because she will have coughing attacks. I would not recommend this establishment to anyone. Every time I went the bill was several hundred dollars and the care was obviously sub-par.
    - tara w.
  • B
    Blair Doon Veterinary Hospital
    More expensive than other vets for vaccination and trim. Also offered no multiple pet discount, I had 5 dogs and 2 cats. We were also charged new pet exam even though told them that we have just come from Australia where they had all had vet checks to be allowed to travel and enter the USA. All up over $400. Was also told no side effects from vaccine other than lump at site of injection, however, my cat became unwell and he either has had a reaction or possible injury during vaccination as he did move when injected. We did take him to the cat clinic he was very distressed. I did consult with Blair Doon when my cat first showed signs that something wasn���t right and was given pain relief for him. I did not see the vet, staff at counter gave me the medication. There was no follow up call to see how he was. I think this would have been a good idea since I was a new client and that he was unwell after receiving treatment from them, just as a courtesy. Otherwise they were very friendly.
    - Lisa S.
  • A
    Precious Paws Pet Sitting
    Terrific, have used them 3 times now and just couldn't do better. One of my dogs is scared of cages and loud barking environments, so this is an ideal solution for me and him, he gets to stay I his comfortable surroundings and is still cared for as if I were home.
    - karen C.
  • A
    Village Animal Hospital, LLC
    I have taken all of my pets to Dr. Olson: cats, dogs, rats! Young or old, big or small, outgoing or scared, they have all been treated kindly and gently. I always appreciate how just plain NICE everyone is and how they are so accommodating to my crazy schedule. I plan to keep going to Village Animal Hospital as long as they let me!
    - Jennifer O.
  • A
    OdorXit Products
    I ordered the OrdorXit products to help with our small pets in the house. It works wonderfully, cuts the odor immediately. I even had questions about my order before it was sent, contacted them & Deb McMillan Meyer responded back to me very quickly. I would recommend to anyone. Love it!
    - Debbie B.
  • B
    They are a little more expensive. They interacted fine with the animals but with the price and they never cut the hair the way I wanted. It would be hit and miss and I got sick of pointing out where they missed. We would drop them off in the morning and it would be like 5pm before we heard back. Sometimes we would have to call them. They need to listen to the customer on how they want it cut.
    - Jacqueline B.
  • F
    Barb's Dog Grooming
    She talked me into shaving my lab. Gut instinct said no. But I did it Went and picked her up and lab looked like a pit bull. The first thing I said to barb was. You shaved her tail!!! I hated that. A few days later I saw blood splatters all over my wall. I then realized her tail was injured. It had no protection on it. And she injured it. I told barb. She said I shave them all the time anyway her tail never healed so eventually it had to be amputated. Barb did not pay $800 vet bill. Or take responsibility for it. Do not ever let any groomer touch your labs tail. They have powerful tails. Need protected. I will never here that thumping lab tail again. She talked to my vet about it. He told her all I know is pearl had her tail for 9 years.
    - vickie m.
  • A
    Rovers Leftovers
    She comes to my home, I have her scheduled every Sat thru the first of December. The only time she could not accommodate my schedule was because she was getting married. She always comes when I ask her. I have never allowed anyone to come into my home while I was not there, but I completely trust her. She is very professional.
    - Kim R.
  • A
    Man's Second Best Friend Pet Sitting Service
    Our relationship with Cindy Hixson and her service is two years old now and it���s exclusive. She has taken great care of our dogs during three trips over the past two years. We trust Cindy completely and she consistently does a great job for us. That���s ���how it goes���- perfectly - every time. And, one final comment. We didn't search for or interview multiple services, price compare, or bargain for a lower per visit fee. That���s not our style. We are value consumers and the value in Cindy���s service is indisputable. We appreciate everything Cindy has done for our family. Thank You, Cindy. You're the best!
    - Dennis N.
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