11/04/2015
By: Jennifer C.
Combs Veterinary Clinic
I've been taking my dogs to Combs for years. The veterinarians are always honest and compassionate, and I feel they have my dog's best interest at heart. Right now they only have one veterinarian on staff, which makes scheduling a bit challenging, but I've not had any issues with it. It seems there are other reviewers complaining about Combs not having emergency services available. This is a clinic not a hospital, so it's unfair to criticize Combs for not being all that you want. They don't have the staff or facility to deal with all animal emergencies, but they certainly work with their clients. Recently they had a dog come in with a broken leg that needed amputating, but the owners wanted to put the animal down instead. Combs offered to take the dog and re-home it, which they did, and they drastically discounted the cost of the surgery. They have my loyalty.
11/26/2013
By: dale.breedlove.7
Monroe Primary Care
So far not impressed with the landmark location. This is my 2nd visit here. My regular dr is a Monroe primary dr, Dr Musa and she is amazing! The front desk staff have been (both times) more interested in chatting personal crap with their co-workers than checking you in. Even tho I was the only patient there on both visits. You will have to wait until they get free to acknowledge you. My first trip was to dr Spence. The personality of a rock. I have an issue with my finger and he didn't even touch it. A waste of time and money!Second trip I saw nurse practitioner Wendy Veeder. Loved he.! Great listener! Very personable. Would ABSOLUTELY recommend her. Front desk staff needs to be wait on patients first and socialize when patients are taken care of
02/04/2013
By: libby.dawson.37
Combs Veterinary Clinic
I have nothing but good things to say about this clinic! My mini schnauzer has been going there over a year and they have been pleasant. informantive and very kind! I am always greeted warmly by the desk gals! They even saw him right away when he was bitten by a snake last spring, offering life saving advice over the phone before we could get there!!! I DO reccomend this Clinic to others and will keep taking my Charlie!
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09/22/2015
By: pandrewsmintz
Bloomfield Veterinary Clinic
They did a really great job on Hercules. He was in there getting his balls cut off, poor darling. First time he'd been away from home. GB
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