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  • A
    Pet Partner Services LLC
    Evelyn is a real caring pro. It is nice to have someone who is so tech savvy and responsive, One of the trips to be with our daughter who was having very complicated surgery and a text from Evelyn with photos of the cats made our day while we spent 12 hours in the hospital waiting room. Our cats never came out of hiding with a previous sitter, but love this one.
    - Earl M.
  • A
    Twin Maples Veterinary Hospital
    It was over $300. The visit was probably like a $100 or $80 and then all his medications, his heart worm. Cause I just buy it annually, and that’s like $17 a pill or something like that. It gets expensive. The actually doctor’s/vet bill/the visit isn’t that much, it’s just the medications that are different. I will not use another vet. They’re easy to get in with an appointment, because they have so many doctors there. They’re very professional and they really care about your pets. Have been using them sonce 1993.
    - Laura S.
  • C
    Twin Maples Veterinary Hospital
    Twin Maples I think is really deteriorated with their services. It's absurd. I took her to a different vet and they decided that she least needed an EKG and lab work. They're just trying to be a rip-off. I've used them off and on over the years. I think the first time I went there is probably 20 years ago. I go a few years and try them again. They didn't do anything clinically wrong to harm the animal but it's just that what they're requesting was expensive and completely unneccessary. They kept trying to get me more. They're trying to do add-ons. They did basically a phsyical and they were thorough with that. They do have the capacity to do the good things for people that they needed. Whenever I've gone, I haven't had to wait. They should listen to the pet's owner and what their goal for the treatment is and not push to overdeliver care that the particular owner doesn't want. I think that the technicians overall are more realistic and they have a good hand on things. The workers are more realistic and compassionate. The vets are a little bit more with the finest of things. They're more reliant on scientific tests than really doing a hands-on.
    - Lisa B.
  • A
    Suburban Veterinary Clinic
    Our last visit to the clinic was only our last because we had to put our beloved dog down due to complications of old age. We had been taking our dog to Dr. Brown for almost 14 years and I would not want another vet. He is wonderful. He is knowledgable, honest, friendly, compassionate, and caring. He helped us through a difficult decision at the end and made it the best it could be for our family. The staff has always been great too. We probably won't get another dog for a few more years, but when we do, we'll go to Dr. Brown. Others have talked about the expense, but in my experience, having a dog and getting the preventative and responsive care that they need is not ever cheap. In my experience with Dr. Brown, it was well worth the care received.
    - Sarah G.
  • B
    Animal Medical Center of Miamisburg
    We've been there a few times now since moving to the area, the care is good and friendly, the prices do seem to be a bit on the high end and the facilities aren't the best. However, Dr. White is a Vet I would recommend.
    - Justin D.
  • A
    Paws Inn Animal Hospital Llc
    We have been customers of Paws Inn for 10+ years.  We have had three of our cats treated by the vets and staff of Paws Inn and have been very pleased.  They are excellent with the pets.  The facility is always shiny clean.  Highway, Pebbles and BamBam aren't so crazy about the place, but have you ever seen a cat that liked going to the vet?  I wish going to the family doctor was as pleasant a visit as it is when we take our pets.  We would highly recommend Paws Inn for all your pets.
    - William Z.
  • A
    Dixon Paws & Claws Pet Sitting
    I really like them.  They are reliable.  They can come over on a moments notice usually.  They are very personable.  They obviously like animals a lot always take time to play with the animals, checks on our cat and makes sure they’re OK.  We recommend them.
    - cheryl m.
  • A
    Right At Home Pet Sitting Service
    I am very satisfied with the quality care my dog received. In addition to providing basic care, my pet was also given a bag of treats. The sitter left a very thorough written report and phoned a few days after I returned to check on my satisfaction. I will definitely use this service on my next out of town trip.
    - Gary C.
  • A
    Bigger Road Veterinary Clinic
    Dr. Conan (to make it known that I'm not talking about his wife), as I have learned to call him, is an outstanding veterinarian, as are all of the vets that I have ever used at this clinic. He treats you as an equal. When I mentioned that we delayed bringing in our cat because of finances, he was very empathetic and gave a personal story of how it can be difficult sometimes. When it came to getting me the flea control medicine, he assumed that I would only want one month (because the cost is about $15+/monthly dose), but I did tell him to give me two extras. He reassured me that I had done no harm and that I had made sure that our cat would be okay to wait for a couple of weeks until things settled down from needing a new roof and some major car work. He never speaks down to you and will explain something over and over until you understand if it is a difficult concept. He does an outstanding job interacting with the pets and I would have to assume this is true of all animals and not just the two cats that have seen him with me. His disposition is incredibly friendly and always wants to look at the bright side of things. If there are options, he will explain them. This clinic is accredited by the AAHA, which is an accreditation board for Animal Hospitals. It has been accredited for at least the last ten years and I have no reason to believe that will ever stop. They strive for the best of care for you and your pets and that does come at a cost. If you're expecting cheap veterinary services, you will not find them here. But, as I told my wife, I couldn't afford to give our pet this level of care, we had no business having a pet. As things are still a little unsure financially, we will put off a dental cleaning this would normally be recommended at this point for another year (because of it's cost due to the fact it is done under general anesthesia). It's something Dr. Conan was comfortable with putting off since her teeth had just been cleaned last year and this would do no major damage by waiting. All of the vets (I believe there are at least eight and they have opened an office in Springboro on SR741 at the end of 2009) are outstanding. You may prefer one over another, but that just comes down to personalities. You will receive outstanding care, as we have since my family has taken our almost 10 pets to this clinic since it opened in 1977, by whichever veterinarian you see. If you don't care for one, or may prefer a man or a woman, just ask and they will gladly change who you see the next time. The vet who founded this clinic gave our first family pet (when I was fairly young) incredible care back in the 1970's. This tradition has not changed and they continue to offer the best in veterinary care available in the area. I also have experience with Dr. Conan Crocker when he dealt with the decision to put down our previous family cat during 11/08 and want to share that experience briefly. We brought our cat in for what we thought was the stomach flu. He felt it was probably some type of virus as well, but did do blood work to just make sure. When those results came back, the kidney values were critically high for retaining toxins. He said that she needed immediate hospitalization for evaluation to find the cause and to lower the levels of toxins in the cat. He did an ultrasound within an hour of me bringing the cat back in and called to tell me that one of the cat's kidney's had shut down and the other was very large in order to take over the function of the non-working one. I asked him what they could do and he said that they needed to give him fluids (to help flush out the high level of toxins), anti-emetic meds (to control vomiting), and they would watch him overnight to see how he responded. We discussed the long-term prognosis beyond this acute crisis. He explained that we would need to give him fluids subcutaneously 2-3 times/week for the rest of the cat's life and, as symptoms of toxins building up became apparent, we would also have to administer additional medications as needed. At best, he had two years left to live. He was only seven years old, but weighed over 23lbs., so his life expectancy was much shorter than with a smaller cat. Our cat was a "Garfield" and just wanted to live and love -- he would have hated constant prodding by us to control symptoms and the cost would be substantial, depending on how long he did live to provided the medications necessary to control the toxins not being removed by the one remaining kidney. He knew that at this point, I needed some time to just think and talk to my wife, so he said they would keep him overnight and see where he was in the morning. When he called, he said that the cat's condition was a little better, but it would take some more time to flush out the toxins because the level was so high. However, after talking to my wife the night before, we both knew immediately that our cat wouldn't have wanted to be poked and filled with medications for maybe up to two years for us to keep him alive. As a "Garfield", he just wanted to be loved, petted, and fed. I told him of our decision and he was very supportive of it because he knew that we put our cat first and ourselves second because that cat was our child (as many can relate). He handled me over the phone with the utmost respect and concern, listening and taking things at the speed I needed to go at. He has a strong ability to interact with people, just as much as he has a gift with animals. My wife and I didn't want to see our cat before having him put down, so he just did what their policy requires for someone requesting euthanasia via telephone (by having a second person verify that those were my wishes for our pet). He handled me at that time with incredible care and compassion and that is something that I see throughout that practice in all of their employees, from the receptionists to the technicians to the vets -- they care about both the pets AND the people. We even received a card in the mail expressing sympathy and support for our decision by the vet who we normally had been seeing up until the critical lab values came back and Dr. Conan was the vet "on call" that day who needed to inform me about the findings. Receiving the card from the vet who took care of our cat from the time my wife and I got married six years previously just shows the level of care they do have for both the pets and owners. She didn't have to send that card, but Dr. Conan had told her what had happened on her day off and that he had the case at that point, but when we had our cat put down, the cat's normal vet took the time out of a busy schedule to write a handwritten card and mail it to us to let us know that from the vet who took care of our "Garfield" that he was in a much better place and was much happier because of our decision despite the grief we felt at the time and still do even now (more than a year later). That's outstanding care that you will not find just anywhere. This clinic shows what can be done when the best people are brought together and love their work. They have never let me down in any way in the care of any our pets though over the past 30 years now. You will pay more for that care, but it is a reasonable cost given the outstanding care that is given, so I did rate them as a "B" for price. If price is the main concern you have, this is not the vet clinic for your pet. If you love your pets like your children, this is the place to take them.Our cat began acting better within two days, due to the steroids, and by the next week, she was back to normal. It took about two weeks for her hair to completely return, but that was just the time necessary to regrow that area that had been severely irritated. I was very pleased with the result. We completed the steroids, the antibiotic, and continue to use the flea control medicine monthly and there have been no further problems.
    - Jim V.
  • A
    Animal Medical Center of Miamisburg
    They are very reasonable.
    - Angela T.
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