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  • B
    Jordan Lake Animal Hospital
    Nail trimming is the bear. Even though Dr. Staggs is a neighbor, she lives up the street, and so I found out some more of the community/neighborhood gossip, I'm going to have to give her a "B" because I've got still, an issue with my dog. He's got an eye infection. There was some evidence of that. I could not tell what it was on Tuesday, but he was constantly scratching around that area and this came up. Also, she was kind of tentative in what she was doing. Her partner was less tentative when she saw him a year ago. She was a little more tentative. Anyway, I'm not going to give her the highest grade. I will probably see her in the future. I'll probably go back there in the future. I may go to her partner next time. I thought a $278 vet bill was high in the first place. I'm going to use them again, but I may not go back to the same Dr. I prefer somebody else. I mean maybe, maybe. She's my neighbor and she walks her dog down the street past my house, so I haven't seen her in awhile. I will go back to them again. I have a problem dog. Yes, she's a problem dog. But I thought as a vet she would have had a lot of problem dogs, and she didn't seem to.
    - Bill B.
  • A
    Companion Camp
    Our dogs love this place and are always so excited when we arrive to drop them off!! They take really good care of them and treat them as their own, I would highly recommend this place who is looking for a home away from home for their dogs!
    - Tamara B.
  • A
    Pittsboro Animal Hospital
    My husband and I are new dog owners and after trying another vet out and
    being unsure, someone recommended Dr. Laurie Weiser at Pittsboro Animal
    Hospital. Every time we bring our collie, Seamus, in for a visit, Dr.
    Weiser puts him immediately at ease. She's easy going and tells us
    exactly what we need to do.  She spends a lot of time with us at each
    visit and we never feel rushed. I also never feel pressured into
    expensive treatments or extra tests. I trust that she has our dog's best
    interest in mind while still understanding our budgetary needs. i know
    that when she recommends something, it is essential and not
    superfluous.
      For the visit on 11/2, I called that morning because i
    thought he might have hot spots on his hip. They got us in that same
    evening.  Seamus was the last patient of the day but Dr. Weiser spent
    just as much time with us as she would her first patient, even after
    what was probably a very busy and exhausting day.  She answered all the questions I had brought to her, many of them had nothing to do with the hot spots.
    I've had cats my whole life and have seen quite a few vets.  Dr. Weiser is hands down the best vet I've ever been to.  I feel so fortunate to have found her. I highly recommend her.  Our 2 cats and dog will continue to see her.
    - Rochelle M.
  • A
    Pittsboro Animal Hospital
    Dr. Laurie is thorough, patient, and great with all our animals, especially our big ole fat cat.  She doesn't judge and advises us on the best plan of care that is reasonable and not expensive.  She treated our cat with the utmost respect, it is apparent she truly cares for the fur babies.
    - Anna S.
  • A
    HILL CREEK VETENARY HOSPITAL
    I have been very pleased with the service from Hill Creek Vet. All of the doctors are very loving to my animals and responsive to all of my questions and concerns. I never feel rushed; it's like they have all day to take care of me and my pets. That being said, you'd think I'd have to wait for my appointment. Not so. They see me as soon as I get there.
    - Audrey J.
  • A
    Dogwood Veterinary Hospital
    Dogwood Vet Hospital is terrific! The place is immaculately clean, and you can tell that everyone there really loves animals. Dr. Sands make me feel that she had scheduled enough time for our appointment so that it felt thorough and personal. My dog was happy and relaxed - which is the best testimony! Dr. Sands was also able to diagnose an infection that was causing discomfort in our dog's ears, and was able to provide us with a course of treatment that worked beautifully. We highly recommend this hospital.
    - Mark S.
  • A
    Off Leash Pet Sitting
    We contacted Shar Tigner of Off Leash Pet Sitting to provide services while we travelled out of the country.  We were going to Japan for ten days and had nowhere to store our birds nor anyone available to come by as often as we needed.  Shar came to the property prior to our departure and got the lay of the land, establishing sources of food and water and where which animals lived, going over our feeding schedule and the services we needed her to provide.  We contracted her to visit the house on alternate days throughout our trip, messaging us with updates as her visits concluded.
    Shar came by as scheduled and performed all tasks as we had discussed.  Unfortunately we had a predator move in while we were gone, and we learned too late that our bird housing was not as secure as we had thought.  Shar sadly reported on a few deaths in our flock as the week progressed, and took truly heroic efforts to prevent any more bird deaths than had already happened.  As is often the case, nature finds a way, and sadly it was not until the end of the trip when we asked Shar to move all of our birds inside that we stopped a gradual loss of our feathered friends.
    Shar took initiative we would not have asked her to, moving not only our ducks but their 110 gallon tub (draining and filling it to do so, a not inconsequential task), and stopping by more often than scheduled to check on our critters.  She bagged the bodies for us (we bury them on our property), which given the nature of the predator was not a pleasant task.  Shar went truly above and beyond in caring for our animals.  Had she not been there and so diligent, we would have lost all of our flock rather than just the few we did.  Further, Shar took it on herself to make an international phone call to reach us, keeping us informed as our trip went on, more dutifully than we would have expected.  She turned in several late nights and several long days in her battle to save our birds, and made sure that as many as possible survived the incursion.
    We have used pet sitters before and have been dissatisfied with the regularity of visits and the eccentricity of the sitters.  We've had sitters take our newspapers because we "weren't going to use them," or bring their own dogs to play with ours (tearing up our landscaping in the process).  Shar did none of these things.  She is a professional and reliable.  We would not only use her in the future, we would not use anyone else.
    - Brian K.
  • A
    TRIANGLE EQUINE MOBILE VET SVC
    Dr Kristy Moding has always been prompt and extremely professional. She called on the first occasion to say she was runnning several minutes late, which is always appreciated. She and her tech were extremely patient with us on the first visit, because the horses had just been moved and weren't on their best behavior. I've been especially impressed with Dr Moding's concern and follow-up with our mare. When we first rescued her, she was scabs and raw skin all over, due to a severe midge allergy. She was also severely underweight. Dr Moding put us on a course of steroids for the allergy, and recommended some diet changes to help Lea gain weight and have a decent quality of life. You wouldn't recognize the mare now, she's probably gained 300 lbs, and is the most gorgeous bay.
    I feel Dr Moding has a 'whole horse' approach. It's not just vet care, it's a relationship. Dr Moding strongly recommended that we get a trainer to work with Lea--as a rescue, Lea had significant trust issues, and was pretty unmanageable for the first vet visit. Dr Moding indicated that she preferred we help Lea calm down and develop some confidence rather than just tranquilizing the heck out of her to get the exam done.
    I think Dr Moding is very knowledgeable; she told us in August that Lea looked like she had Cushing's disease--but said she wouldn't test until the Spring, because of hormonal fluctuations that could affect test results. Also, she said it was more important at the time to improve Lea's quality of life becasue of the allergy. When Dr Moding came in May, she consulted with Cushing's specialists to determine how best to test Lea, because we could not take her off the steroids (which would be the common test procedure). Dr Moding made a return visit early in the morning to collect Lea's blood and had it rush deliverd to specialists in New York, and then spent considerable time on the phone again to ensure a proper diagnosis. We'll be in contact with Dr Moding regularly over the next few months managing Lea's medication and monitoring her progress--Dr Moding has asked us to submit photos of Lea after 2 months on the medication, to compare with the photos taken just after the last visit.
    During the year, I've called and texted Dr Moding and she's replied promptly, always answering my concerns thoroughly. In addition to her responsiveness, I appreciate it very much that she explains her reasoning for the advice and treatment she provides. She's also terrific about providing education--we've always kept horses at a boarding facility until now; there's alot more to learn when they're in the yard 24/7. She's very concerned about keeping the horses at the proper weight, and told us to get a grazing muzzle for the gelding. She also has us watching the mini-donk's weight carefully, because she says they are nearly always too fat. She also calls promptly with test results.
    Dr Moding has never recommended any service that I felt was not necessary--always checks teeth to see if they need care, for example, but doesn't 'automatically' do a floating.
    I also want to mention Samantha, the office manager for Triangle Equine. (She is also an equine massage therapist.) Samantha is a treasure, extremely helpful. Just before the annual checkup this year, the Friesian and the mini-donk broke out of their stalls and polished off a bucket of snacks and a small but concentrated package of feed. I was freaking out about colic (the Friesian) and founder and called the office about 10 minutes after closing on a Friday evening. Not 5 minutes later, Samantha called me from her car, and talked me through the situation. She was able to determine that the situation was stable at the moment, and presented a plan. Both vets were out of town for the weekend, but she provided the covering vet's contact info, and told me what to watch for over the next hour and call her back. At the end of the hour, the guys seemed ok. I reported this to Samantha--just to be sure, she asked me to check in with her again the next morning--and she called me before I had the opportunity!
    I'm very happy with Triangle Equine, and I would recommend them to anyone.
    - Virginia S.
  • A
    Bowman Animal Hospital & Cat Clinic
    It is a distance away, but it was worth it. We went there after doing a lot of research. The ligament had to be worked on. They had to drill on the bone. Then the dog had to have physiotherapy. They love animals and so do I. They have vets from all over the world and it is state of the art. They all come from the top universities in the country. The place is immaculate. It is run efficiently. I did research for the type of surgery my dog needed. They were very interested and took pride in what they did. They were  professional and they follow up on calls. The place was packed as people come from all over to see them. 
    - Kim W.
  • A
    Pettsboro Groom and Room
    Although they were very busy, due to it being the Easter weekend, they were able to accommodate us on short notice. The facility is a house with access to several different enclosures outside for different size/temperaments of dogs. The dogs go in and out on their own. When we first got inside, we were greeted by a group of friendly, barking dogs. They were all excited to see us and meet our dog. Our dog was a little overwhelmed at first by having a bunch of dogs checking him out, but they were all friendly so he adjusted immediately. When we picked him up after 3 days, he was happy and exhausted.
    I didn't see the place they had for our cat. They described playing with her, and they loved her.
    We didn't have any grooming done, but I will probably take our animals to them for grooming and definitely again for boarding again.


    - Audrey J.
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