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    Hope Veterinary Specialists
    I brought my puppy into Hope because he was having uncontrollable bloody stools. The front desk staff was friendly and the doctor we spoke to that night was friendly. Here���s where the problem starts: when they triage the dogs they are tied to a wall in the back. Other dogs are also walked by where these dogs being brought in are tied up. While my puppy was tied up to the wall another dog being walked by attacked him. I will give credit to the doctor for being up front about the incident occurring. My dog has now developed severe anxiety and has several marks on his face as a result. On top of that, Hope had the audacity to still charge me after their negligence! When I told Dr. Wood, the director, about the fact I was appalled they still charged me, she stopped answering my emails! What type of business is run by someone who doesn���t answer when a customer has a compliant? Hope is negligent and ignorant to their bad practices and if you try to bring it to their attention they will ignore you.
    - Debbie N.
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    Hope Veterinary Specialists
    Not well. When they brought us in they said it would cost $6,000.00 dollars to just check him out and possibly save his little life. These people do not care for anything besides your money. DON'T TRUST THEM. My little dog is now dead. Not like they had any compassion for anything besides the all mighty dollar. The cost below was just to put the little guy down. Because they didn't care enough to work on him without $6,000 dollars.
    - Bill P.
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    Hope Veterinary Specialists
    Hope has a very nice facility and the doctors for the most part of very professional.  However,  it is completely about the money.  They are totally focused on the dollar.  While discussing my cats health, instead of addressing my questions the doctor kept on telling me what it was going to cost.  I realize there are costs involved and am not expecting care to be free however,  you don't expect that to be the primary point of discussion.  Obviously you care about your pet since you are there and if you question them at all the attitude becomes condescending and derogatory.  Having rescued several animals without the benefit of an organization, my pet healthcare budget is limited and I need to spend it wisely.  There is no compromise with them.  To add insult to injury, while on hold you are hammered with how compassionate they are.  If compassion is tied to the amount of money you are willing to spend, then they are without a doubt the most compassionate organization that has every existed.
    - linda s.
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    Malvern Veterinary Hospital
    We have recently left the care of Malvern Vet after taking our large family of rescue cats and dogs there for years. We began to notice that phone calls were not being returned on a sick animal and that the turnover in the office both in terms of vets and office staff, was becoming excessive. Dr. DeGiacomo an impressive young veterinarian who was a great addition to the practice, left after several months with no letter or explanation to patients who had become accustomed to her care and availability. Dr. Hyduke then brought in another female vet who seemed to disappear as quickly as she arrived, and again, no explanation or acknowledgment to the patients.  Dr. Rockwood is a lovely caring person, but we have had reason to question her judgment at times and I became aware from talking to other patients that there was clearly a group of patients that steered away from her and gravitated only towards Dr. Hyduke.  With Dr. Hyduke it is not a matter of incompetence, but it is a matter of striking arrogance. He is brusque and he is quick and I never got anywhere close to a "warm, fuzzy feeling" from him. I'm not sure his office staff or colleagues did either, because there seemed to be striking waves of changes in personnel over the last year we were with him. We are happily settled in another local practice with an equally competent but also very kind, unhurried, veterinarian with a much more manageable and well-managed practice. To attest to Dr Hydyke's arrogance, my husband and I just ran into him in a local bar/restaurant and he approached us and asked what vet we were now seeing. We chose to answer his somewhat inappropriate question and his response was, "Yeah, he's just OK.". He then said "They all circle around different vet practices and end up coming back to me."   Wow. No interest in ascertaining why a very good client, with 8 pets left his practice after years, and no inclination toward taking any responsibility for what might have gone wrong.  We will not in fact be "circling back" to Malvern Veterinary Hospital.
    - Elyse R.
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    CATS EXCLUSIVE VETERINARY CENTER
    They're very thorough. He's very good with my freaked-out cat. They were helpful in helping us get ready for travel with our pets. Everybody there had a high level of professionalism. Everything was clean and well maintained. Everyone was very polite.
    - Kathryn S.
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    Affinity Veterinary Center of Malvern
    I could go on and on about the exeptional care Dr. Meredith and her staff have given to my precious pups. Since moving to Malvern 7 years ago I have struggled to find a Vet who was great. Dr Meredith is smart and up on all the best practices in modern veterinary medicine. She advised us through a very difficult time with our beloved 14 year old Bearded Collie, she looked at  labs and was able to see results- never mentioned by previous vets, that had ordered the tests to begin with! I am so grateful for the care we received, I know  we had an extra few months with our precious pup because of Dr Meredith, and when the time came, she was there for us too.

    My other dogs have been to the practice for exams and vaccines Dr. Meredith has advised me on the best protocals for Lyme, flea and ticks. She is so well read on the lasted research and willing to educate you on all your options. The staff Mac and Molly,  are great too!
    - Stewart G.
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    ST GEORGE HUNT VMD
    The cost varies from $50 to $350 depending on what we are doing. I feel like we can get in as needed, it's a caring practice where there's always someone to talk to and the vet calls us personally with the results. We go fairly frequently because w have one who has a health issue so she gets a shot every 6 weeks to manage her illness. The office personnel is very friendly, welcoming and they look to do a good job. They've renovated their offices over the years an everything is in a nice condition.
    - Carl S.
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    Affinity Veterinary Center of Malvern
    After visiting two other vets on three occasions without any results, I decided it was time for a change. I called Affinity and explained the problem...a hard, white protrusion on the top of my dog's foot just inside the pinkie, psychotic licking, and, now, blood. The other vets had said to keep a cone on her head to keep her from licking, and it would heal. She was given oral antibiotics, then a shot of antibiotics. The latest proposal was another shot of antibiotics. Dr. Meredith said to bring her in immediately. The office is a beautifully restored historic house with a large nicely landscaped yard on Route 401 near Route 202. The interior is very clean and bright and nicely decorated. There is a surgical suite, x-ray room, and lab on site. Dr. Meredith spent a significant amount of time with me going over my dog's extensive medical history. She was the first vet to shave my dog's foot in order to examine it thoroughly. There were holes in the top of the foot, so she suggested an x-ray and agreed to my request to cut the foot open to remove whatever was inside preventing it from healing. She requested records from my primary vet, but he was out of town, so the office staff refused to release them - even when I called. The main concern was her blood work since she was going under anesthesia. Dr. Meredith called two other hospitals to get their anesthesia and blood work records to ensure my dog's safety. She operated the same day, cutting out as much of the area as possible while saving the toe, sent the x-rays to a Radiologist, sent tissue samples and blood for testing, kept me informed, and gave me complete verbal and written aftercare instructions. The findings were: a ruptured cyst, a tunnel-like hole going almost completely through the foot, and internal hair follicles with fur growing internally. No wonder antibiotics weren't helping! I was able to bring my dog home that evening. Dr. Meredith checked the site and cleaned it every three to fours days (no additional charge), and shaved it as needed. The site would heal for a few days, and then it would reopen again for a day, ooze, then close up. After a few weeks of this cycle, Dr. Meredith noticed that a hole had opened up in the bottom of the foot. After an extensive examination, Dr. Meredith felt it was necessary to amputate the pinkie toe. She preformed the surgery the same day, sending everything off for testing. Fur was growing internally again, and fluid and an infection were present. After analyzing the results, it appears there is an auto-immune problem. Keeping the surgical site protected, dry and clean, without covering it to promote healing and prevent infection, is a daunting task. Dr. Meredith persisted until she was able to cobble up something that we could use to cover, but not cover, the site. Dr. Meredith made a valiant effort to save the toe, and while that wasn't possible, had I not taken my dog to her, the infection could have possibly spread farther, necessitating the amputation of more than just a toe. She also discovered that my dog has severe arthritis in all of her joints, and a significant portion of her spine is fused. I have been to other vets for years trying to find out what is wrong with my dog's back and hips. I just kept getting anti-inflammatory meds. I couldn't get any other vet to x-ray her; none thought it was necessary. Now my dog is receiving treatment for her severe arthritis thanks to Dr. Meredith. Dr. Meredith and her entire staff are very thorough and very friendly to animals and owners alike! I sincerely regret not finding Affinity sooner, because I believe the progression of my dog's arthritis could have been slowed down, and she could have been getting relief years ago. I highly recommend Affinity Veterinary Center of Malvern!


    - Michele R.
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    HONEYBROOK ANIMAL HOSPITAL, LTD
    I have been visiting this clinic for many years and many dogs - I used to show Airedale terriers. This clinic has taken care of all of their needs and health issues. Dr. Frankel, the owner, is an excellent veterinarian and I really rely on his diagnosis and his general take on the animals themselves.
    - William K.
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    Animal Clinic Of Westtown Village
    I've been going here since I got my dog in July 2012. Great staff. They actually called back 2 weeks later to check on my dog after his Rx had been finished. Their hours are fantastic for people who work regular daytime hours. No complaints. Again, I love his staff.
    - Gary C.
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