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Animal Hospital in Columbus, IN
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1.Columbus Animal Hospital
3571 N National Rd2.62 mi Columbus, IN Veterinary Clinics & HospitalsKennelsVeterinarian Emergency ServicesPet Boarding & Kennels
Both of my dogs have been going to Dr. V at the Columbus Animal Hospital since we first got them. Their care is exceptional. The assistants and the Doctors all treat the animals with the up most care. I refuse to go anywhere else!
2.Athens Animal Clinic
1505 N Indianapolis Rd0.95 mi Columbus, IN Veterinary Clinics & HospitalsVeterinarians
I went to Athens Animal Clinic on the recommendation of a friend; her cats go there, and my cat had what appeared to be a large zit (it turned out to be a rodent ulcer) on his lower lip. I first went to the clinic in Sept. 1, 2015. It seemed OK -- front desk people not super chipper, weird smell and TONS of fur on the floor. The vet techs were nice enough. But, OK. The vet, Dr. Janelle, has a tone I can only describe as condescending. It was like a sales pitch for more services delivered by the most awkward 4-H presenter ever. Everything was followed with a rude giggle. My cat is VERY overweight, I feed him HORRIBLE food (Whiskas wet food, Purina Beyond dry food). At the end of her spiel, I felt like the worst cat owner ever -- never mind that I brought my cat in for a zit on his lip. OK, I said, maybe I am too sensitive. She seemed to handle my cat OK and we all have our idiosyncrasies. I'll have his teeth cleaned here; if it doesn't go well, we'll look for another vet. The cat went in for his teeth cleaning in late September. Before going over ANYTHING with me -- procedure, pain meds, etc. -- they made sure they charged my credit card. The vet tech, who had an attitude that could only be described as stank, explained to me about giving the cat his pain medication and feeding him. The vet tech put him in a carrier, so I did not notice that he still had a bandage on his paw when I picked him up. When he got home, I found the bandage -- surgical tape -- and thought it was odd. About an hour later, I saw that there was something underneath the bandage. It was a needle/port for an IV. My father helped me remove the bandage and the IV port. I called the vet's office and they are aware/have apologized. The vet tech apologized in a separate call. That is all that I was offered. Apologies do not help much. I would also note that the vet, once I got her on the phone, almost gleefully corrected me when I called the needle left in my cat's arm and IV. It is, she said, a catheter. I said, I don't care what it is, I had to pull it out of my cat's arm. I am always hesitant to criticize local businesses. In this case it is truly merited. Based on my first visit to this vet's office, I was hesitant to return based on the vet's condescending tone and general lack of bedside manner. But, I said, maybe I should be less sensitive. She seemed OK with my cat. I know now that I should have gone with my gut. This is a very ugly thing to do to a pet owner.
3.Eastside Veterinary Hospital
604 N Marr Rd2.07 mi Columbus, IN Veterinary Clinics & HospitalsVeterinary LabsVeterinariansVeterinarian Emergency Services
* Complete Veterinary Services * Affordable, Caring Pet Medicine * Surgery & Dentistry * Mon-Fri 8:00 AM-5:00 PM * Sat-8:00 AM-Noon
4.Best Friends Animal Care
4915 Pine Ridge Dr3.02 mi Columbus, IN Veterinary Clinics & HospitalsPet GroomingVeterinary Specialty ServicesVeterinary Labs
I had a pet emergency, and needed some advice. Even available after-hours, I called the number, left my message and the Dr. called back right away! They are knowledgeable, friendly and flexible, but most importantly, they truly care about your pet.
5.Hope Veterinary Clinic Columbus
8700 N US Highway 3114.17 mi Columbus, IN Veterinary Clinics & HospitalsVeterinariansVeterinary Specialty Services
I moved here from California and went to a different vet for a couple visits, where I was not satisified. I asked my friends about other vets and they told me to try the Hope vets. I have been very happy with their care, and they actually saved my cats life! The other vet wanted to put him down, but the Hope Vets worked with me to save his life. He is diabetic and we started him with insulin first then went to a diet change. He is still with me!\r If your cat is a member of your family like mine is, you will want to come here! Plus they have 24 hr service, and three locations!
6.Hope Veterinary Clinic
3000 State St1.97 mi Columbus, IN Veterinary Clinics & HospitalsVeterinarians
If you love your pet, go to the Hope Vet Clinic! My English Bulldog suddenly went lame in back leg. I took her to my 'normal' vet in East Columbus who performed an x-Ray, found nothing wrong with the bones, gave me pain medication & an anti-inflammatory, charged me $250 & referred me to animal hospital in Indy. No instructions for care whatsoever. I took her to Dr. Dimple-Hall at Hope Vet Clinic who diagnosed FCE injury, taught me how to perform physical therapy & treated all of her physical ailments my original vet left untreated... such as ear & yeast infections, dry eye & morbid obesity. Four weeks later she's walking again, 20 lbs lighter as of result of new food diet, no itching & no more PAIN from bleeding tail, swollen ears or staph infection. I didn't have to tell Dr. Hall what was wrong, she told me! My original vet led me to believe there was no cure for her allergy-related ailments, aside from steroids! My only regret is that I didn't go to Hope Veterinary Clinic sooner!
7.Hope Veterinary Clinic
4220 Jonathan Moore Pike2.81 mi Columbus, IN Veterinary Clinics & HospitalsVeterinarians
What do you value in a veterinary clinic? Four doctors with over 98 years experience, three convenient locations, the latest and most advanced technology, our own 24 hour emergency service, AAHA certified, advanced surgical protocols, oncology / cancer care, physical laser therapy, CO-2 laser surgery, stem cell therapy,and the most dedicated, caring and professional staff is what the HVC can offer you! Please visit our website for more details, and call us today for a tour of our clinics!
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