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    Doggy Deuce LLC
    It didn't. Jane's initial response was pleasant enough, but she pointed out that I'm "out of their service area", despite the fact that their web site clearly indicates Rockland County and Clarkstown. I am very much in Clarkstown. I responded back and requested that they, "please update your web site, then, because Clarkstown is the first area listed on the New York Service Areas page for Rockland." Instead of an apology, or a thank you for bringing the error to their attention, she replied back with, "We are in Bergen County :)" Well, that's just fantastic, and I'm really pleased for you, but your web site is still wrong, smartass. This is not someone I would want to give a key and the alarm code to my home, or trust with my dogs.
    - Christopher B.
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    It was like night and day! Dr Fischer found a previously ignored/undiagnosed tumor and referred me to a specialist for treatment. He followed her treatment every step of the way. He is holistic and does not over medicate. He spends time with his patients and their owners. He truly cared about my dog and my cat who is also a patient now! I wouldn't go to anyone else for the world.
    - Melvina D.
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    Paws With Manners Dog Training
    Samantha DeDivitis, owner/operator of Paws With Manners, is an absolute gem.  To begin with, she guided us through the process of adopting the right dog for our family. We were dead set on a border collie mix, having just lost out beloved b/c mix to pneumonia in January. Samantha described the challenges we'd face with this breed, many of which we had NOT experienced with our last dog, who also had a fair amount of corgi in her and was more docile than a dog with a larger proportion of border collie would be. We wound up with a three-year-old bundle of bodacious border collie/Sheltie, whom we re-named Mischief within a week. She was everything Samantha had predicted in terms of temperament - sweet, curious, a strong prey/herding drive, wildly energetic, stubborn as they make them, bright as a button, and apt to find something appalling to do if you didn't keep her busy and on task.  In addition, she had spent her three short years of life as an NYC basement dog. She had never been taught a single command - never even been walked on leash, they'd just let her out in the alley behind the building! She had no idea how to socialize with dogs or humans, and we referred to her as "our feral child." But she has a sweet disposition and a desire to please her people, and we didn't want to give up on her,so we called Samantha and shouted, "HELP!!" Samantha, bless her heart, never once said, "I told you so." Instead, she told us how to get Mischief to stop peeing and pooping in the house; how to keep her from carrying off all the cushions, socks and shoes and worrying them into bits; and how to stop her from escalating a pleasant game of "Fetch!" into playing rough and nipping in order to get the obect she was fetching away from us. We enrolled Mischief in the Paws With Manners Basic Obedience Group classes, which she loved - she couldn't wait to get in the door every week!  The lessons are fun and low-key. Mischief very quickly grasped that Samantha cared about her, was a safe, loving person who understands dogs and how they see the world, and that if she could figure out what we wanted her to do and then do it, she would get lavish praise and yummy treats!  As of today, we have had Mischief in our family for exactly three months.  The first two weeks she was here, I was tearing my hair out and wondering why we'd ruined our lives by adopting this little Tasmanian Devil.  As I write this, she is peacefully curled up on the sofa.  She has not messed in the house in over a month. She sat in a "stay!" until I gave her the okay this morning after I'd put her breakfast bowl on the floor. She sits and waits for the "Okay!" instead of rushing out the door past my legs when I take her out on a walk. She has learned to "Leave it!" and no longer jumps all over us and our guests.  She is altogether a much calmer, happier, and more secure dog than she was when we brought her home, and I ascribe this to the fact that Samantha taught us how to set appropriate boundaries with her and never slacken up on our expectations of how we wanted her to behave.  Mischief now knows the basic rules for living harmoniously with her people, and she enjoyed every minute of learning them. I couldn't be more grateful to Samantha & Paws With Manners!
    - Karen C.
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    Paws With Manners Dog Training
    We had what we thought was an untrainable out of control dog, we were wrong. She learned to be obedient. We are registering for another class they are offering.
    the teacher was a pleasure and very knowledgeable.
    - V alentin C.
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    We were a bit nervous to board our 1 1/2 year old standard poodle when we went on vacation. While away I e-mailed to see how she was doing. I was pleasantly surprised that the owner himself e-mailed me a detailed note that went a long away to ensure me that she was doing well. When I picked her up after the vacation, she was thrilled to see me and looked in perfect condition.
    It is difficult to leave your pet in the care of someone else, but I would not hesitate to bring her here again. The owner and staff seem to really care. FYI- I met a woman in the office who has been bringing her dogs to Bihari for 20 years.

    - Steve G.
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    Dr. Gittleman has been our dog's vet since our dog was 8 weeks old. When Cooper, our Brittany, was a puppy, Dr. G. saved his life. Cooper had swallowed a piece of a rubber ball. We had no idea he had done this. Cooper was listless and not acting like himself.
    Dr. Gittleman made a quick diagnosis after his exam and said that he would have to xray Coop. He discovered the rubber, blocking his intestinal tract. Cooper would have been dead in 24 hours.
    Dr. Gittleman is a caring, excellent vet. The other vets in his office, Dr. Schenkel and Dr. Gomez are the just as good. The office staff is efficient and welcoming and the techs are great.
    He's expensive. But I think all vets are. We have pet insurance and that helps.
    - Morton S.
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    We were very happy with the way that Animal Medical of New City treat the animals. We spent a lot of money there but they treat them like people. They were very thorough. It's not going to be a cheap price but they are thorough so it is going to get pricey.
    - ROBERT G.
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    Gittelman, Dr. Howard
    He is excellent. My son lives in New York City, and we use him when my son comes up here and the dog gets sick. He does very well. He really cares about the pets, and doesn't care what kind of a pet we have. He is a real animal lover. He is very kind to animals and to the patients. He has a lot of knowledge and is a real expert at what he does. He is fair in his prices. He is just top-rated in my mind.
    - Sarah A.
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    I have used all of the Camp Bow Wows in my area. The standards and quality of care are uniformly reliable which is very important to me. I know that my dog is safe, understood, well cared for and that she will come home happy and tired. The dogs are out and playing and socializing all day- not crated. I went away for two weeks this last time and left my dog with Roman and his team in Elmwood Park. I know I missed her, but I don't think that she even noticed that I was gone! Whenever I look on the Nanny cam, I see her lounging on the play equipment and the other dogs playing around her. Every one of his workers loves dogs and they take excellent care of their campers. I have recommended Camp Bob Wow to every dog owner ( with a non aggressive dog!) that I meet. The Camp Bow Wow system is straightforward. It is almost run on a pre school basis- dogs are separated into three groups, instead of by age, it is by size. All dogs are screened prior to their first stay to insure that there is not an aggression issue. For half a day the dog is at Camp Bow Wow and is observed at play with the other dogs. After this simple screening test your dog is able to stay at any Camp Bow Wow, which makes it very convenient. Roman's Camp is right off of Rt 80. Whenever I am going to Newark Airport or south Jersey or to Pennsylvania I just drop my dog off on the way. it's perfect. The dogs play all day in their fenced off group areas which offer and indoor and outdoor exercise options. The crates are called camper cabins and are very big. Each dog also gets a cot. I bring along a bed for my dog as well because she is getting older. I can't think of any reason why I wouldn't use Camp Bow Wow. It's a really good concept and very helpful for me because I really wouldn't put my dog in a regular kennel where she would be created for most of the day.
    - Melvina D.
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    All Creatures Great & Small
    They are the kindest, nicest, most accomodating veterinarians that we could go to. Our chihuahua, Mr. C., needed ear surgery and patella surgery. They were very accomodating to us for this. It just so happened that after they opened their emergency hospital, he happened to get into some chocolate. We rushed him there, and they were great. We were allowed to visit him 24 hours a day, and they gave us whatever we needed. They kept in contact with me the whole time with updates. He was in their care for over 2 days, and at one point when I called, they let me know that I needed to get the kids from school because it would be a good idea to get everyone there. They worked with us on billing with a payment plan.
    - Shakira A.
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