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  • A
    Celia's Mobile Grooming
    It was mine and my puppy���s first time experiencing/dealing with a dog groomer. The prices are great and it���s all with the convenience and comfort at your own home. My pup looks great, Holly did an amazing job! Definitely recommend and will be a regular customer :)
    - kaitlyn r.
  • A
    Kitty Meow Meow Pet Sitting
    With a change in the medication schedule, Kitty Meow Meow was able to have the same person pill him every day. Janine came to the house to get all the information about Mack that they needed to help him, and she was the one who came to pill him too. She was very gentle and kind with him, and an excellent pillar while I held him. She usually managed to get the pill in and swallowed with just one attempt, and only once had to try more than twice. When he didn't swallow with her stroking his throat, she gently blew in his mouth until he did. On one occasion he vomited after the pilling and Janine searched through the vomit and found half a capsule, so she pilled him again. As much as Mack hated being pilled, he still allowed her to give him treats (he seldom gets near people he hardly knows) and would come to me (as opposed to resentfully avoiding me or hiding) when Janine left.
    - Jane C.
  • C
    Willamette Veterinary Hospital PC
    My experience was disappointing. The idiot Willamette Vet told me that the cat had acne. The cost was on the expensive side. I don't remember exactly what it was. It was a sick cat call, and I would not rate them very highly. I had gotten lucky the cat was able to see the regular Vet. You don't wait very long at all. I would less likely use them. Their interaction with my pet was good. The worse thing about them is that they are not always knowledgeable. The best thing about them is that they are open 24 hours a day.
    - Patricia K.
  • A
    Pioneer Veterinary Clinic
    I have a diabetic cat so our services are ongoing and endless. They are wonderful. She is really outstanding. Wait time is usually only 15 or 20 minutes. Wonderful interaction between the vet and my cat. She is exceedingly knowledgeable.
    - Patricia K.
  • A
    No Place Like Home
    Dr. Goldthorpe has been seeing our cats for several years now.  We were delighted when she opened her home visit practice a year ago, as transporting cats to a vet clinic is always a trauma for both felines and humans.  Dr. Goldthorpe has the best possible "bedside" manner and she is deeply concerned about the health and well being our our cats.  She often will call or e-mail asking for updates following a visit for something other than a routine annual exam or vaccination.  We recommend her highly.
    - Susan B.
  • A
    OSU Veterinary Teaching Hospital
    They prepped her, sedated her and got the kids out. They are the absolute best large animal vets I have ever been to. Previously they saved a doe's life that got ketosis after delivering four kids. Then I took all the babies to them to disbud them and they did a great job. I am so happy to be near this group of veterinarians. Best in the state of Oregon.
    Besides the fact that they have saved my animals in distress, they are calm and explain everything beforehand so that you are not nervous at all with the treatment. I trust them implicitly.

    - susan R.
  • A
    The Sacred Paw Grooming Salon LLC
    Bonnie Kelso, the owner, cut my cat's nails and trimmed her hair short, leaving her tail, the hair around her face, and that on her legs a bit longer. I have previously taken the cat in for just a pedicure, too.
    It's hard to find a good cat groomer. I've been going to Bonnie for two years, and have been impressed with how well she works with my cat, who isn't fond of having her hair and nails cut. The first time we went, she put up an awful fight, but Bonnie persisted and got the job done. After that the cat tolerated the process much better. The first haircut was a little rough, given the struggle, but subsequent ones have been smooth and have grown out looking good for the next three months. Bonnie understands cats, and when mine gets restless and cranky, she stops and talks to her until she's ready for more.
    Bonnie keeps records of the cuts she gives and knows which clipper heads she used before, so it's easy to ask for the same or different length on subsequent visits. She will also cut the face and tail the way I prefer, within reason.
    I believe the prices Bonnie charges are quite reasonable, probably because she runs a basic, no-frills operation.
    Bonnie is friendly to people, and the dogs she grooms seem eager to see her. My cat isn't exactly eager, since she's a cat, but she tolerates her well.
    I take my cat to be trimmed because of her long hair that makes it difficult for her to groom herself and causes large hairballs, mats, and clumps that shed all over the house. She seems to feel better when her hair is short, so I'm glad I was referred to Bonnie. I hope she continues to provide this service for years to come.    

    - Sheila N.
  • F
    My poor dog had a miserable experience here. When I picked him up he had several days worth of his own feces caked onto his backside, tail, and legs. Pilgrim is a Keeshond--quite a fluffy breed--so on the special needs note that I left, I wrote that he needs a twice-a-week brushing and an occasional spray off because of his thick fur. Apparently, they clean the dogs on the day that the owners are scheduled to pick them up, but they had let him get so bad, that the poop was dried and matted into his fur. Angie's List allows you to post photos on the review, but believe me, you don't want to see this. This was not a tiny amount that went unnoticed--there were at least five full clumps swinging from behind when he ran to me. One of the workers mentioned that he "might" have a little poop stuck on him. They actually asked me if I wanted a pair of scissors to cut it out before I left. 
    While I was paying for his keep (before they brought him out), they told me that Pilgrim had become stressed and had been running in circles in his cage during the time that he was there, but they never called to let me know there was a problem. I was on the East Coast for my son's wedding, yet I left my phone number and two additional numbers as contacts. It was unconscionable for so-called caregivers to see that my dog was in distress and allow him to remain there for two weeks without notifying anyone. 
    Obviously, I will never take any of my pets there again. 

    - Lisa E.
  • D
    Celia's Mobile Grooming
    The groomer called me at the time of the appointment to say she was a little late - I appreciated her notification, and that was not a problem. Things were going reasonably well (I thought) till I went to the van to ask for tips on how I can do a better job of bathing my dog's head. Then my dog splashed very cold water on me and I looked and saw her shivering very hard! I immediately expressed that I was not happy. The groomer explained that they do have a water heater but it is broken. I called the owner who told me that because the weather had been warm recently and because she had broken her ankle I should give her a break. I did not cuss or anything - but expressed my anger that WE would not normally shower using cold water, and that the choice should have been mine to make. I said they should have informed me and let me make that choice. The owner Celia just kept telling me that I should excuse it due to her ankle. The groomer did a good job with the exception of a missing chunk of hair from my dog's shoulder. That seems a little odd! But I find the fact that they didn't inform me the water was cold, made my pet VERY uncomfortable (not to mention the poor groomer's hands must have been freezing too), and the excuses! Wow. Never again. What a lack of professionalism.
    - Marcie W.
  • A
    Inavale Farm Kennels & Grooming
    They have notes about specific needs and medications. They have exercised well and stayed. They are definitely interactive with the dogs. We have a big dog and we run a lot more. They treat them really well. The price is high. They do offer charges in pick-up and delivery. They wash the dogs before they come home. They do supply food.
    - William K.
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