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    ERLANGER VETERINARY HOSPITAL
    They are excellent and top notch. They are one of the only veterinary hospitals around that have a high accreditation for veterinary hospitals. They're a little pricey, but they are worth it. Their staff is tremendous and they all go to seminars. They are all highly trained and even work with exotic animals. I would highly recommend them and I will definitely use them again.
    - Ronna M.
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    Fort Mitchell Veterinary Center
    I can't praise them enough. Not only are they SUPER smart and thorough, they're also the nicest people you could meet. Not only do they take excellent care of the pets, they take excellent care of the people.
    - Catherine S.
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    CINCINNATI ANIMAL MEDICAL CENTER
    I can’t say enough about the exceptional quality of care my dog received after she was seriously injured in a dog fight on 3/4/2020. After I got there, with her, the extent of her injuries were more obvious. I offered to take her to an emergency vet facility and Dr. Werwa said they would take care of her. She stayed at the vet 3 nights and had surgery the day after we arrived. After she came home and dropped her off every M-W-F for laser and hydrotherapy treatments to her wounds. Dr. Werwa and Dr. Clem kept in touch with me throughout the entire 5+ week ordeal by phone checking on her as she developed eating issues. My Charlie would not still be here with me if it wasn’t for the phenomenal care she received at Cincinnati Animal Medical Center. She’s my miracle pup .... and they performed the miracle!!!
    - Carol A.
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    EASTGATE ANIMAL HOSPITAL
    I have 3 dogs and always use Eastgate Animal Hospital, for many years. Their vets is the best! Dr. Jon Hall- always there to help with answers, suggestions, explanations. Dr. Todd Phillips- very positive personality, care for your dog like his own pet. Dr. Stacey Frick -best specialist in surgeries. Shawn Zeh - Assistant Manager, Leah Mains- front desk staff. My special thanks to Leah Mains for her help with all my questions! She is very caring, friendly, responsible, and reliable person. always ask questions! We love our vet clinic
    - Irina C.
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    Miamitown Pet Hospital
    I have been going to Miamitown Pet Hospital for years now and will NOT be returning. Everyone there is absolutely lovely EXCEPT for Dr. Rosing. I was blown away by his aggressiveness as I was there for something quite concerning with my dog and he treated me with such dissrespect, contradicted everything I was saying and told me that my dogs anxiety(who was severely abused before we adopted him) was due to my lack of structure??? I work from home, take him on daily morning walks, and even have a bedtime routine and his anxiety is our fault? He offered no solutions to help the poor guy.... He ruined the whole experience and left me in tears on my way out to the car. He is obviously in the wrong profession is he doesnt have the decency to treat others with kindness. I felt that he didnt even want to hear what I had to say. I felt blown off and like the scum on his shoe. Do yourself a favor and dont give him your business. He doesnt care and has lost my respect and faith in his ability to care for my babies. But to everyone else, we will miss seeing you.
    - Savannah V.
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    COVEDALE PET HOSPITAL
    I was on a waiting list for a great dane puppy before Covid-19. By the time to get my puppy, CoVid was a thing therefore no vet has ever been able to see him. This morning, after 2 rounds of shots (one of which i administered myself), he apparently has parvo. I got up and got read and hit 3 vets which weren't open. I checked Covedale Animal HOSPITAL and according to the web they opened at 8. it was 7:30 so I went there and waited. Fine. 8:10 they answered the phone. I told the lady what was going on and that he probably had parvo. She asked my last name and put me on hold. Then she let some random dude in, then she let a vet in, then she talked to me from the door while i was on hold, then she went back inside and asked my name again - basically fine. I explained to her that I had never been there before because of the circumstances above. She then told me and my potentially super sick puppy that she's sorry but they're not seeing new clients because of Covid-19. No line waiting. No reason in the world to even be concerned about us. Not some homeless mutt off the street - a $1,500 dog possibly with parvo and the clock is ticking and they can't see a new client who was LITERALLY waiting at the door when they opened. Absolutely ridiculous! I will NEVER EVER return and I highly recommend that you do not unless you have zero other choice and your dog is dying. And even then, they'd better have a file.
    - Shawn C.
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    West Chester Veterinary Center
    ZERO stars! On Sunday, May 17th, I arrived at West Chester Veterinary Center for emergency services with my dog, Lyla, who was ill and lying down in the cargo area of my SUV. I arrived around 11:30AM and called them upon my arrival (COVID-19 protocol per the signs posted on front entrance). I explained Lyla’s status to the woman who answered, stating that “I don’t know what’s wrong with her but she has a fast heart rate, doesn’t want to move and I think she’s trying to die on me.” Without anyone even bothering to triage Lyla, the woman on the phone proceeds to tell me that they are unable to accept Lyla as an emergency patient because they’ve “already had a couple emergency patients this morning and are fully booked with routinely scheduled appointments. We have no more hands on deck.” We were flat out refused emergency care. The lady then referred me to two other emergency veterinarians who were both approximately 25 minutes away. I proceeded to drive to Med Vet on Red Bank Road, per WC Veterinary Center’s recommendation. Upon arrival, my sweet girl was dead. It turns out that Lyla had a cancerous tumor in her stomach that had ruptured earlier that morning, which is when we first noticed her symptoms. It’s likely that even the best vet in the world would have been unable to save her, however, my sweet girl dying alone in the back of my car is unacceptable. WC Veterinary Center claims to provide both routine and emergency services. Providing emergency services requires that you adopt a triage system to screen each emergency patient, which determines their current condition and how urgently they need to be seen. Because WC Veterinary Center chooses to provide both routine and emergency services, this also means that a routinely scheduled appointment may have to wait if an emergency patient needs to be seen first. At least, this is how it’s supposed to work. Had a vet or vet tech been so kind as to lay eyes on my dog rather than flat out refusing her, their veterinary expertise would have likely told them she’s in the process of dying. And had I known this information, I could have spent her last minutes comforting and holding her. My negative experience with WC Veterinary Center is obviously on the extreme end, involving the death of my beloved pup. While I will never EVER allow WC Veterinary Center to care for my animals again, I am sharing my experience in the hopes that they will change their procedure and no one else will have to be robbed of their precious last moments with their dying pet. Rest in peace, my sweet Lyla Boo.
    - emily w.
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    UNION PET HOSPITAL
    Blood work, check up, 3 shots, nails trimmed and worm medicine. Sassy is always very excited to see Dr. Crowder and her staff and actually enjoys her visits even with all the shots. I would not trust our fur baby with anyone else.
    - James E.
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    Mike's Mobile Veterinary Service LLC
    Dr. Mike and his tech were awesome. They were professional, friendly, caring, and brought a calm presence into my home. While my cat still put up a snit, it was so so much less than what occurs when I take him to a vet. They were able to get the blood sample and treat my cat, took the time to answer all of my questions, and encouraged me to reach out to them if anything came up. I will definitely continue to use Dr. Mike for my pets. They offer services of either you bringing your pet to their mobile van parked outside of your home, they also offer to come in so you don't have to bring your pet out to them. BTW - when I was asking around for a good vet who comes into the home, several vets recommended Dr. Mike. That alone says a lot.
    - Jane S.
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    UNION PET HOSPITAL
    We moved to Northern KY last year with our 3 dogs, and it has been a tough year with pet care. Union Pet Hospital not only saw us through the last year with our senior, disabled dog Alf with his hip/joint/nerve issues - they also saved the life of our younger dog Dexter who we thought we were going to lose. I'm thrilled to say that Dex is now back to his old self. I couldn't be happier with the service and support we have received. Worth every penny.
    - Shana R.
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