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    Babcock Hills Veterinary Hospital PC
    This vet office is always professional and kind. My dog doesn't like vet offices but he does very well with the staff. I would def keep going to this office if we hadn't have moved out of the the state. All the vets and techs are kind and helpful.
    - Zandra V.
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    Pet Partner Services LLC
    It went wonderful. Evelyn was great. She was reliable, trustworthy, and great with our lil guy. She was very easy to get a hold of when I texted to see how he was doing. I came back to a very happy puppy and I think he had so much fun he wants to stay with her. I will definitely be using her services again.
    - Zandra V.
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    Covenant Animal Clinic
    We have been going to this practice for about two and half years. We previously took cats here as well. I call him almost every other week for any questions I have. He makes the time and squeezes us in if we need an emergency visit. The receptionist is great and when I call very worried, she is wonderful at calming me down. Dr. JK is a great veterinarian. I can't say enough good things about their office!
    - Jon R.
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    INVISIBLE FENCE OF DAYTON
    They installed the fence in one day. The training lasts from six to eight weeks. The system works because it is for behavioral training and doesn't act just to zap your dog. We did have a couple of problems and they came out without any problem to work more on the training. It has been effective and we are happy with them.
    - Jon R.
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    Care Center

    My cat, Cookie, began vomiting on July 4th 2014 by Saturday night the vomiting became more frequent and I knew she needed medical attention.  I just moved to West Chester and had not had time to locate a vet service.  I had been to the Dayton Care Center and felt comfortable taking Cookie to the Care Center on E Kemper Rd in Cincinnati thinking I would get the same level of care.  I took Cookie in and the vet on staff found nothing remarkable with a physical exam.  She gave Cookie an injection to remedy the vomiting and instructed me to take her home and feed her a bland diet.  Sunday night Cookie was getting worse...she had no desire to eat and became more lethargic.  I took her back in and a different vet recommended a battery of tests including blood work and x-rays.  She stated her findings were "unremarkable," gave Cookie some Mirtazapine and SubQ fluids, and instructed me to take Cookie home, give the medicine a chance to work and observe her.  I went to work on Monday.  When I came home, I found that Cookie had vomited in her water bowl and it appeared she had spewed blood through her nose on the hallway wall.  There was dried blood around her nose.  I took her back to the Care Center, and another vet, wanted to hospitalize Cookie and do another set of x-rays with an ultrasound.  The Care Center staff called me around 11 PM and stated they had to give Cookie oxygen because she was becoming distressed and was having trouble breathing during some test.  When I asked, the staff member said Cookie was comfortable and they planned to do the ultrasound in the morning.  I was becoming very distressed over the situation and was concerned about Cookie's comfort and well-being.  I called my mother who contacted the Care Center on Tuesday morning.  She spoke the vet on staff, Jomo Edwards.  He was asked about what the ultrasound was going to determine and what the course of action would be since our funds were limited and again we didn't want Cookie to continue suffering.  Dr Edwards could not provide information other than the ultrasound was covered in the estimate and the additional charges would be incurred when Cookie was sent to a specialist.  By this time, we decided to pull Cookie out and take her to her vet in Dayton at The Scratching Post.  Before we could arrive there, Cookie died in my arms.  Dr Summers did a quick physical exam and in less than 60 seconds found a large mass in Cookie's abdomen.  I have been very distraught over this because I trusted Cookie with the Care Center and there only concern seemed to be running tests and racking up unnecessary charges.  I was charged $120.55 my first visit, $405.71 the second, and $657.10 the third and they could not find what Cookie's Dayton vet found in less than a minute.  Cookie likely had a cancerous mass in her abdomen.  If this had been diagnosed properly she wouldn't have had to suffer needlessly.   It appears to me that the Cincinnati Care Center?s main interest is collecting fees from distraught clients, and I would caution anyone before allowing them to care for your pet.


    - Mary Kay Y.
  • A
    Covenant Animal Clinic
    We love them. They are super awesome and wonderful. They are really good. They will see the dog if the dog is sick even if they don't have time for an appointment. They go out of their way to make sure that the dog is healthy and they ask about our family. They would even refer us out to another doctor who could do a better job than they could. They do everything that we could ever ask of them.
    - Jon R.
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    Bigger Road Veterinary Clinic
    I have taken my miniature schnauzer there for a long time. The quality varies every time. I have taken her back a few times to have them go over nails or cut again. This last time i just left and didn't bother pointing out the quality. The groomer had gone for the day. Her back was barely shorter than when I brought her and I was sure that there was a note on her file regarding her nail issues and they were varied in length some barely cut. I know she doesn't cooperate but thats a given for some dogs in this type of service. They have wonderful staff and Dr's and would have made it right I know but I don't want to have to send her back and most of the time I feel I should.
    - Marianne H.
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    Evergreen Veterinary Hospital
    The staff is very friendly. We usually see Dr. Grant, who is very friendly with the animals and does a good job explaining everything to us. Her staff is also very nice and friendly. I would highly recommend them to others.
    - Karen M.
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    Francis Kennels
    great, no problems, dog looked great
    - david b.
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    Covenant Animal Clinic
    We really liked the place and the people there.
    - Pam T.
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