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  • Horrible, horrible service! The first and second visit, they underfed and overfed my dog twice the amount he was supposed to receive all because they do not know how to read a measuring cup. This past visit was only due to an emergency and that every other place was booked due to the Bison game in Frisco. After I picked up my 7 month old Great Dane, he went directly to bed and did not move until the next day. I called and spoke to the owner, Kelly Norton, who stated that they played my dog very hard. Her exact words were, " It would be like if you never ran and then all of a sudden ran a marathon. We play all the dogs until their tired". This would be fine and dandy; however, I have a GIANT BREED PUPPY who not only got a skin infection from their bathing services, (Yes, the underbelly of my dog had sores and the sheath of his p**** had green discharge), his ankle joints were swollen 5x the normal size. After a $700 vet bill, my dog Ollie, still has to go in to the vet in another two weeks to see if his medication worked and how much bone damage there is on both ulnas. The staff is incompetent and obviously has no clue on how to care for special breed dogs. Anyone who has a pet, avoid this place!!!! Their stupidity is overwhelming and the result of their incapabilities of caring for animals could be quite detrimental to your pet.
    - Melissa K.
  • .The services provided by Casselton Vet Clinic are wonderful.  They have training in rehab therapy for dogs.  The services include stretching exercises, electro shock therapy and hydrotherapy.  I believe our little senior dog's mobility was greatly improved by the therapy received at this clinic.
    - Lori F.
  • I’ve been going there for 11 years. It’s clean. It’s brand new now. They’re the best people. They know your dog by name. They have five vets there. My primary vet is fantastic. They’re all good though. I have Dr. Tammy Ness. She’s friendly and knows the dog. She tries conservative methods first. She could have had cortisone shots but she wanted me to try this and it’s perfect for her.
    - Nannette B.
  • The doctors and vets at Animal Health Clinic are all good. They are accessible and they always seem to have open slots when you need them. They tend to be a little on the pricey side but they do good work. I trust them with my pets' health. They are clean, sanitary, and have a good manner with the pets.
    - Thomas E.
  • This veterinarian was recommended to me by a friend, she could not say enough good things about them! Knowing how much my friend loves her animals, I knew she was giving a good recommendation.
    I was pleased with the experience from the first phone call to leaving following the final post-surgery appointment. The person on the phone was very friendly and answered my questions. The vet tech, as well as the veterinarian (Dr. Talbot) were very friendly and knowledgeable. They took the time to explain everything that would happen with the surgery and what to expect during her recovering. They really showed they care about your pet. Following the surgery, I was allowed to visit with my cat since she had to stay two nights. After bringing the cat back home, I was concerned about her paws and they quickly got me in to have her seen and put my mind at ease that she was healing well. Her spay incision was then looking irritated and they again quickly got her in to be seen and took the appropriate steps to make sure everything was fine (antibiotic and anti-inflammatory). Again at the appointment to have her sutures removed they took the time to let me know that everything looked good, what to expect and things to look for.
    The staff there was really friendly! Even the ladies at the front desk were telling me the cute things my cat did while she was there and they differences they noticed in her between days. We saw one of the other vets (can't remember the name) during one of the times they squeezed us into the schedule and he was also very nice. Again, they really seem to care about the pets!
    - Timothy G.
  • Older dog in distress was brought in to make sure nothing could be done.  I was pretty certain euthanasia was the best option but wanted to make sure.  I feel a couple of the xrays done were not necessary (they did xrays of the lungs, which would not have been important unless we were trying to decide if we wanted to try to do chemotherapy or something similar...not a factor in this decision, as he was bleeding in the abdomen and too old for surgery or chemotherapy).  In the end, dog was euthanized but I had to beg to not move him (and cause further discomfort), because it was their policy to take him to the back to put in a catheter.  Really?  He will soon be dead...why put him through further pain to move him to do that?  They finally agreed to just euthanize him in the exam room, thankfully.  Vets need to see that they do not need a certain set policy for end-of-life procedures.  It is tough enough on the owner who is saying good-bye to a loved companion...why make it harder?  Also, while I am glad I could spend the money, I feel a bill of $700 is a lot for the average pet owner to decide whether or not to put an old dog to sleep.
    - Laurie G.
  • I would recommend them.  I see Dr. Green for my cats and she is just a really kind person.  She takes into consideration not only the pet’s health but also finances and what’s available and what’s feasible for us.  She is just really good about recommending treatments that maybe don’t overextend us.
    - Gail K.
  • My dog received a wellness check-up and then had bloodwork run since she is an older dog. This was all in preparation for a dental cleaning. The doctors and staff were very professional and also very compassionate! They were very patient with my dog as she is fairly nervous going to the vet. I'm not sure if it is because of the new building or the staff, but she did very well and was not nearly as nervous as usual!!! For the price I spent on the procedure, they took x-rays of all of her teeth to determine how healthy they all were, and then called me to let me know that one tooth needed to be pulled out because it was cracked. They offered to do a "root canal" but I declined based on her age.

    All in all, this was a very positive experience, and I will be taking all three of my dogs to Two Rivers from here on out!!
    - Evan J.
  • When I called initially I was given a 2pm appointment with the urgent care doctor. After describing my dog's symptoms, I was asked to come in asap, and despite being told there might be a wait since we were being squeezed it, the vet came in right away and examined my dog. A few test were run, which he went over with me in detail. He then asked to keep my dog overnight "just in case." While I hate being parted from my 'baby', I am glad she is there and getting good care and monitoring. I am very pleased with the emergency service today, even if I had to drive out of Fargo to get it!
    - Krystal V.
  • I was referred to this clinic by the pup's breeder, as many of the staff have Great Danes as pets themselves. I felt this would give the staff a better understanding of how to treat the giant breed. The spay went well, and they reminded me some of her shots were due at the same time, as well. While that added to the price, I agreed. Overall the staff is nice and competent, although in the preoperative paperwork I refused the EKG (the pup was only 6 1/2 months old) but it got done anyway. While the cost of the EKG is minimal compared to the overall cost, it was unnecessary and done despite my wishes. My experience thus far has been okay. Compared to the vet I left behind in Minneapolis/St. Paul, who was exceptional (the staff all recognized my dog as well as me, and the vet didn't have to look at the file to remember what was going on with her), this clinic is just so-so.
    - Krystal V.
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