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    Arlington Dog & Cat Hospital
    We are living in an apartment and our neighbor has a dog. He was telling me that his dog wants to play with my dog. I refused because he had got four staples in his stomach and I have seen another dog getting it in his stomach. He took him to my vet, which he had never gone to before. I have been going to Arlington Dog and Cat Hospital who are my veterinarians for the last 20 years with different animals. I would highly recommend them. It's not like a place where we go touring, but it is like a hospital. The operating suites they have is separate from everything else. They have isolation wards for dogs and cats that are contagious to other dogs and cats. They have three whole time vets and one or may be two part time vets who come in a couple of days a week. They have a website. Two of the whole time vets have been here for years and one of the part time vets has been there for years. They like working there. They board animals and do a good job. They have good facilities for that. The operating suite is just like if you were in a hospital. They have a lot of equipment; they can do a cardiogram and of course X-rays but they have other things like the echo-cardiograms which they did on one of my cats once. But if they can't handle it, they send me to a specialist because for one of my dogs had a cataract and I had the cataract removed by the specialist because I couldn't see her being blind for the rest of her life. It was expensive; it was $4000. She was fine after-wards. My other dog had something like a skin allergy and he was scratching himself a lot and they had to give him medication. Then he gave him an antibiotic too because it looked like he had a secondary infection when he had scratched open his skin. He is fine now. They are not cheap but are not super expensive. I don���t remember what it cost me but their regular office visit is like $70 and shots are extra; something around $7. Years ago, we were involved in animal rescue and I had to stop because I had a quadruple bypass surgery and I couldn't handle it anymore. In the meantime we would bring dogs or cats or what ever it was that we had rescued there and get them checked. The first thing we used to get done was to get them spayed or neutered and get all their shots. We found one dog in the park with nine puppies and we boarded her there with the puppies because we had no place for that. They were only three weeks old; so they had a big area that they could keep her in, which was enclosed inside. We also had three people who wanted to adopt the puppies. Even their front desk is great as far as their manner, efficiency and everything is concerned. I have gone to other vets in an emergency and they disappointed me because they just didn't know what they were doing, but these guys are really good. They are not cheap, but I am willing to pay the price for their expertise. Their quality is excellent. One time my daughter called me that somebody had thrown a kitten out of the fourth floor window and it was laying on the ground in front of her apartments. It could not get up. She had called the Humane Society three times and they yelled at her for calling so many times, but didn't come. So I went with a carrier and I took it the emergency hospital. It was late after work. They said it will probably cost a lot of money to get three broken legs taken care of. I told them that I would take her to my vet and see what could be done. The doctor who operated on her put pins in and everything. It cost $2000 but she was a kitten only four months old; so the bone grew over the pins, they didn't have to remove the pins as she was a kitten and still growing. Later on, you would never know that she had this problem because she was jumping and climbing, she was fine. I had to keep her in a cage until she could recuperate and they made sure that she was healed because they didn't want her to try and run around. That is how good he was and he still is there. That was not a simple thing to do. I worked at college, and there are well houses here which are not part of the campus but there is what fraternities use. They either own them or rent them and one fraternity had a dog. It was a stray dog which they had taken in, and they assigned one of the new guys to lock the door. The one kid was sitting on the front steps and a guy came by and I don't know what the conversation consisted of, but the guy showed a gun. The dog came running out of the house and jumped on him. The guy shot the dog in the head, but it was alive and they took him there to my vet and they operated it and saved its life. It was awarded for the dog of the year, because he saved the kid's life. If the guy was going to use the gun on the dog, he would use it on the kid. In the end the guy got away, but the dog was a hero and I was glad he lived. They saved the dog's life there and that���s not something they were used to doing; removing bullets. They did a good job. I am very pleased with them. When my neighbor took his dog there, though they didn't know him, they took good care of his dog. They know me for years. They are pleasant about it.
    - Rosalie G.
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