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    VILLAGE VETERINARIAN HOSPITAL
    I have used this practice for 16 years. It is the best. Dr. Lehman and his son are experienced, compassionate and trustworthy. I will never use another vet!

    Dr. Lehman made arrangements to perform surgery as soon as possible. Due to emergencies my lab had to stay overnight. Of course there was no additional charge for the overnight stay and nursing care. Cultures were sent to evaluate the infection and determine the proper antibiotic. Dr. Lehman called us and kept us informed.
    - terry w.
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    FAIRVIEW ANIMAL HOSPITAL
    I have been going to Fairview for several years now after it was recommended to me. I am very happy with the care my pet has received.

    I recently had my pet's teeth cleaned and I was happy with the outcome. However, I was a little concerned about the prices. I got a couple estimates from clinics that were recommended to me that were much lower. But I did find that the estimates from the other clinics did not give much detail so I wasn't sure if it would end up costing the same. I chose to stay with Fairview but I have learned that it is really hard to compare prices on pet care.
    - Jeffrey H.
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    Countryside Veterinary Services
    Called for an appointment, arrived at the appointed time, waited approximately 15 minutes. The lady veteraniaran was very professional but only provided a hurried examination of my cat, then gave him his three shots.

    - Francis G.
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    Southern Tails Pet Sitting
    It was a great experience from our first phone call to the pre visit to the time we got back from our vacation. This is the first time we have use a pet sitter. Our dogs always stayed at our vet's kennel, which was fine, but now that they are getting older, it takes a week for them to get back to normal at home. Letting them stay at home was so much easier on our two black labs. Tey were back to normal just ten minutes after getting home.
    Trisha did a fantastic job and we will be using her again since we can now leave home and not have to worry about the dogs.
    I'll give her as many stars as I can. She really deserves it.
    - terry w.
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    VILLAGE VETERINARIAN HOSPITAL
    Our 12 year old cat (Ivory) had stopped eating and was having trouble walking. I took her to the emergency clinic (not Village) as it was late at night and I was concerned that she may not live through the night. The emergency vet took x-rays and advised me that my cat needed hip surgery due to an old injury. The injury occurred many years ago and I suspected that it was something else. The next morning, I took her to Village to see Dr. Lehman. He looked at the x-rays from the emergency clinic and disagreed with the diagnosis. Blood tests were performed and my cat had an infection in her intestines. I had to leave her at the clinic for almost 2 weeks while they gave her antibiotics and kept her confined so she could heal. I went to visit her every afternoon after work and Dr. Lehman and his staff allowed me to go back to her cage and feed her and spend time with her. Dr. Lehman came in on a Sunday morning (when the office was closed), and allowed me to stay with my cat for two hours. He said he had paperwork to do, but I think part of the reason was that he knew how much my cat means to me and he knew that she would heal faster if I spent time with her while she was confined and healing. I think she would have died if she thought that I had abandoned her. She is still old and she still limps sometimes, but I am certain that Dr. Lehman saved her life and I will forever be grateful to him. That was the second time that he had saved her life. About 6 years ago, she stopped walking and eating. Dr. Lehman checked her blood and her red blood cell count was extremely low. He told me that a blood transfusion might help, but he really didn't think she would make it. He said that she may have eaten something poisonous. I took her home after the transfusion and waited for her to die. The next morning, I was shocked to see her walking around and meowing for food! I won't take my animals to any other animal hospital unless it is an absolute emergency.
    - Sonya N.
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    Maryville Small Animal Medical Center
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    - Elizabeth H.
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    Linsmoor Boarding & Grooming Kennel
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    - Elizabeth H.
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    Linsmoor Boarding & Grooming Kennel
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    - Elizabeth H.
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    Linsmoor Boarding & Grooming Kennel
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    - Elizabeth H.
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    Maryville Small Animal Medical Center
    I think their very caring and their tech are really good and very professional so is their receptionist.
    - Elizabeth H.
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