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  • A
    They did a fantastic job. They are phenomenal. There is actually a women there that makes bows for the dogs. She makes them on her own time and just gives puts them in the dog's hair and collars and does not charge for them. She goes above and beyond.
    - Patricia B.
  • B
    Generally speaking, they're good. But lately, I've had trouble with them. I take my cat there. He is hyperthyroid. The medicine was supposed to be mailed to me from Texas, which I didn't get. Last night, I called them. The receptionist said they were open till 7:30. I got there at 7:00 and they were closed. I drive from Chaska. So, it's a little bit of a drive. I don't know if she was new or what the problem was. The vets are all good. Normally, they would be an 'A' grade. I just had one bad experience with them so far.
    - Denise E.
  • C
    I picked up my dogs earlier than the intended date. They were both in the kennel. One of them did not look good and was kinda wobbly when he got up from laying down. Neither of them were in the play areas. One of them doesn't always play well with others but at least he could've been in a outside kennel. The other one gets along well with all dogs and I was disappointed that she wasn't in either the inside or outside play areas. They both stank badly of urine. The company should have offered to give them a shampoo. I took them elsewhere to get them shampooed. I would recommend the Horse and Hunt Club for boarding. . It's worth the drive.
    - Sally L.
  • A
    We love them. They are fantastic with animals. They get down on the floor with them and play with them. They do a complete and thorough examination. They are very invested in our pets. They call to follow up and they have great referral services for things that are beyond their capacity. We like their service and they are so friendly.
    - Roxy M.
  • A
    They called me right away. It was great. They connected me with a sitter. They are an organization and it made me feel good that they are managed by someone other than just being one person. I did find cheaper prices.
    - Catherine R.
  • A
    This is our second experience with cancer in a Golden Retriever, and with the U of M Veterinary Center. Veterinary diagnosis and treatment WILL be expensive, no matter where you go. Since both of our dogs were so young (one was 7, one not quite 5 years old,) we went all out to get diagnoses, and it was very expensive. Our first dog had osteosarcoma, and we ended up amputating a leg and he lived a happy life until cancer returned a year later at age 7. Our latest Sweetheart was harder to diagnose. Her bloodwork was inconclusive - something was wrong, but there were several things that could account for it.
    The veterinarians and vet students were compassionate and communicated well, and clearly gave us information and treatment options as they knew them at the time. The cancer moved quite quickly, and before the tests for the other disease considerations came back, she was already weak and needing another transfusion 3 days after the first one (the cancer was eating up her red blood cells.) At that point it was pretty clear that the most likely diagnosis was cancer. The internal medicine vet conferred with the pathologists, who were looking over her bone marrow samples, and agreed that it had to be cancer. So, sadly, we euthanized her that day, less than a month after her symptoms of lethargy and lack of appetite began.
    Since the U is a research institution, they will do an autopsy without charge and share the full results with you. We want them to learn all they can about cancers in Goldens, so we consented, and the results came back as histiocytic sarcoma in her liver and spleen- probably the deadliest cancer in dogs as there is no treatment. It was added confirmation that we did the right thing.
    Unless you live close to the St. Paul campus, you may not want to drive that far for "normal" veterinary care; we have a local vet for that. However, if we suspect something out of the ordinary, we'll never go anywhere else again! We tried the emergency vet in Eden Prairie and were unhappy with the care there.
    - Susan J.
  • A
    We've been using Adorable Dog Grooming for our cavapoo for almost a year now and we LOVE them. They are always able to get our dog in within a week and do great work. I read bad reviews all over the web after our first visit there but have not had even one issue with them. (I think these reviews were left while the salon was under a different owner/manager?) One thing to note- they will charge for extra fur and quot;mattingand quot; but we've only been charged once and admittedly, it was a totally acceptable $5 charge considering our dog's curly hair is easily matted. So far so good! I would suggest them to anyone!
    - Amanda A.
  • C
    Our local vet recommended that we bring our dog to Affiliated Emergency Vet Services when she was noted to have some abnormal labs and, since it was over the Christmas holiday, it would be several days before they could see her again. Dr. Doug Allen gave good and reasonable care in the ER; he suggested that Dr.Jessica Horton see our dog for an abdominal ultrasound and perhaps a liver biopsy. After a very long wait, a tech came in to get a consent form signed for an ultrasound and needle biopsy. My husband said he wouldn't sign until he spoke with the veterinarian performing it (to discuss why, risks/benefits, etc.) They became flustered and we found out after reading the discharge summary in detail it was because the ultrasound and biopsy were already done! It appears that the two veterinarians either didn't communicate, or, more likely, that Dr. Horton just went ahead with the tests without ever speaking with us.
    We took our dog home without ever talking to Dr. Horton, and ended up taking our dog to the U of M Veterinary Hospital where we got compassionate, excellent care right up to the point of finding she had a very bad form of cancer and had to put her down.
    - Susan J.
  • A
    I cant say enough good about Dr Gale and Dr Jody.  They have been there for us through all the ups and downs of pet parenthood.  They've taken marvelous care of my pets from Kitten and puppyhood though to their last days.  They have always shown love and compassion.  You couldn't find a couple of better Vets!!!!!  We've been going here for 16 years.
    - Steve M.
  • A
    This place is great. The staff is professional and fun. Pick up and drop off times are flexible and it is fast and convenient. Our dog comes home tired and excited to go back again in the morning. Having a rescue who did time at the pound I didn't think I'd ever be able to kennel our dog, but I think this place will be fine. I'm glad we found the Canine Club!
    - Rachel N.
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