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  • I contacted Invisible fence because my dog's collar wasn't working. I brought the collar to the service man's house/workshop. He tried to analyzed the problem but said he couldn't. He said his son had better equipment on the service truck. I left the collar with him and waited for a call later in the day. I never got one so the next day I called him and he said the collar was ready. No phone call.
      I again drove 30+ miles one way to pick up the collar. I was told the repair was under warranty and he charged me 25 dollars for shipping and handling. Not only that but 15 dollars for a new battery. I brought the collar to him with a new battery in it. I would not drive that distance to be told I had a dead battery that needed to be changed.  He told me the battery was dead. Hmm I don't know what shipping and handling he is talking about ...I dropped the collar off and picked it up.
    bogus charges. poor customer service. no should leave a business feeling like i did.
    - Susan F.
  • This is a warning to anyone thinking of sending their dog to Halo House doggie day camp.  My dog Maggie May, a small, good natured, dog friendly pitbull, attended day camp 1-3 times a week for half days, from March 2014 until August 1, 2014.  She loved her play time there with the other dogs and would come home with rave reviews from the camp counselor on her "pawgress report".  I was told by the counselor that Maggie got along with every dog, any size, any breed.  They loved her.  For whatever reason, the 2 camp counselors I knew from camp left employment with Halo House.  At this time I was taking Maggie there less, but decided to take her for some fun time on Aug. 1, 2014.  It was on this day, shortly after I returned home, that I got a call from Halo House telling me there had been a dog fight and my Maggie had been taken to the nearby animal hospital.  I rushed to the hospital (about 25 min. away) and found my baby scared to death, shaking like a leaf, and still bleeding from the throat.  I literally had blood up to my elbows consoling her.  I was livid.  How could this have happened? Her bite wound was so deep, surgery was required.  It is a miracle she was alive.  The owner of Halo House came to the hospital.  She called the hospital later that day and told them Halo House would take care of the bills.  Was this supposed to satisfy me?  This was not just "an unfortunate incident" as she called it, this was an accident waiting to happen!  There was one girl only in charge of multiple dogs!  That in itself is insane.  And as I have since found out, there has always been just one girl in charge, no matter how many dogs attend.  Also, no tools to break up a fight.  When my Maggie was attacked, (by two dogs!), the camp counselor was able to get the 3rd dog off, but screamed for help, and thankfully there was someone close by who came to help get the other dog off mine.  What a tragedy it would have been, had no one heard her scream. I've had a meeting with all involved, and the owner will not admit to any wrongdoing.  This infuriates me.  Yes, this could have been avoided.  Had there been two people watching the dogs, and understanding their body language, they could have separated the dogs before it escalated to a fight.  All 3 dogs involved were pitbulls.  Now the owner tells me their new rule is no pitbulls.  Why blame the breed?  Why punish the well-adjusted pits because they didn't run a safe camp?  My Maggie was the only injured dog.  She was not a fighter, but now I am leery for her to interact with other dogs. After such a traumatic experience, she may very well become aggressive.  She will have to start slowly with a trained person to see how she interacts with other dogs. I don't know if I'll ever feel confident now when she's with other dogs.  I don't want anyone to go through what we've been through.  So, again, please stay away from Halo House.  I've never used their kennel, but if its run like their camp, keep your dogs home (and safe). 
    - Margie V.
  • It went great! Everyone I interacted with starting with my first phone call to schedule was excellent! I have never picked my dog, Max, up after a groom and had him so happy! Usually he's trying to get out the door dragging us behind but this time he was so happy & excited he wanted to play right there.  It was a great experience for all of  us & he is definately going back to Belly Rubs! Oh, yeah he also looked & smelled great!
    - Awilda K.
  • Dr Danielle Smith Laughlin, cardiologist, thoroughly examined Mini-Mee ,who was diagnosed in December 2012 with heart failure (CHF) along with stage 5 heart murmur. Dr reviewed meds and ordered CXR to check on heart status. Dr Smith Laughlin is very compassionate and knowledgeable. She takes the time to explain her findings and presents information in a manner that is easy to understand. She relates well with Mini-Mee and obviously cares about her patients. She gave her e-mail address with recommendations to notify her if there are any problems. She responds quickly to e-mails and is very professional. She is tops in my books as I believe she saved my dog's life with her prompt care. Would recommend her with highest ratings!!!
    - Carol L.
  • Their services can't be beat. They are very concerned with your pet. They treat every pet like they are people. Their services are very affordable. Sometimes you may have to wait if there is an emergency.
    - Sharon H.
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