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By: Mary lou M.
Highland Park Animal Hospital
was referred to Highland Park Animal Hospital by one of the veterinary specialists in Dallas as a place that might be a good fit for me and my little Molly who has been diagnosed with cancer and undergoing chemo. I attended an Open House recently and was so impressed with the new hospital and everyone that I met. They were all very welcoming and obviously enthusiastic and dedicated to being the best. Molly and I had our first appointment with Dr. Gretchen Wright this week and I was touched by her compassion towards us in this situation. Molly needed a good general veterinarian as part of her team which is complete now that we are with this hospital and Dr. Wright.
By: Virginia S.
Abrams Royal Animal Clinic Inc
I was able to get my sick kitty in there right away and they were very nice and very professional. I left her overnight so they could make sure of her diagnosis. Picked her up the next day and she was so much better. Expenses were quite reasonable and excellent care. I will keep going there! All the staff were friendly and the Doctor was terrific!
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By: Jelly G.
Banfield Pet Hospital
The manager and vets should be fired and have to personally pay for my bill for having to take my chihuahua to the Mansfield ER the same night after coming to banfield that day. In short, the vet was more interested in talking about his cats than listening to my dogs symptoms. The vet did a physical eval and overlooked the obvious pain spots in the stomach and focused on the rashes all over my baby due to allergies. I tried to explain about his yelping while trying to defecate and lethargy with constipation or bad diarrhea but the vet ran no blood panel or any tests at all. He just gave me something for the allergies and said everything would be fine. BUT IT WASN'T. If the vet followed protocol after all the symptoms I described, a blood panel, fecal and CPI test would have been confirmed, stating my baby had very serious pancreatitis and was extremely dehydrated which you could tell by his tacky gums. He was prescribed no pain medicine. I'm not the expert so I didn't question (this is why I am taking classes to get my associates as a vet tech). My baby had to wait 8 more painful hours until he started screaming while straining to poop with slight blood trickling out and I rushed him to the ER. The vet tech listened intently and her and I and the vet had an actual back and forth conversation about my dog and the first thing they did was run a blood panel and came to the conclusion faster than the banfield vet got done with his incompetent exam. My bill was 1800$ and my baby had to stay overnight for fluids and all kinds of antibiotics and pain medicines. My problem was not about the money, everything could have been done at banfield, at a discount since I am a 10+ year wellness plan member. When I called to complain the manager was extremely rude and protected the vet even though she wasn't in the room and grilled me like everything was my fault. I called corporate 50 times. I was refunded 70$ and never got an apology and no one asked about my dog. He almost died.
By: Bonnie A.
Holt Veterinary Clinic
I like to have the same vet for my animals and so I request and call ahead of time for that vet. Unfortunately they do not honor requests and you get who ever they want you to have that day. I called three times to make sure the vet I wanted to get was there and was told to come in and then they gave me to another vet who was rushed, not personable, and since I have two dog think that maybe the dosage for their meds was not correct. One of our doggies is not doing well tonight. i was not told to expect any symptoms like being unable to walk. I do not like being put with a vet I did not request and had no confidence in her treatment.
By: Teddy M.
Billi Bonze
I just picked up my Westie, Doogie, after taking him to Billi Bonze for the first time. What a difference this place made in him! He's always very stressed about going to the groomer, but he seemed much more calm when I picked him up today. The cut was perfect! I always nitpick, but this is flawless. Everyone was courteous and listened to what I had to say about his special needs. A little pricier than where I was taking him, but sooooo worth it! Definitely going here from now on.
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By: Hayden H.
Buckner Terrace Animal clinic
I would not let this place take care of a goldfish, much less my dog. They are responsible for losing TWO dogs. One is still missing and the other got hit by a car because of how careless they are with their animals. I hope by leaving this review I help to save someones dog from the same outcome.
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By: Donna O.
Abrams Forest Veterinary Clinic
Incompetent and unprofessional. From the snide office staff to the vet who took an HOUR to even acknowledge us. Run away.
By: Gus B.
Bishop Arts Dog Grooming
One of the staff recommended my dog get it's nails trimmed. The next day i had a group of friends over and my dog was non stop jumping on my guest. Now when my dog jumps on me he will scratch and scratch. I was so embarrassed as that was in the back of my mind. super happy someone was able to suggest that. And he's even more cuddlie now. i Deff recommend coming in!!! they're experts!
By: Sean S.
VCA Lakewood Animal Hospital
I have been here a couple of times already and the level of service has not changed since day one! Recommending this place to my friends and everyone!
By: Trav P.
Abrams Forest Veterinary Clinic
My two yellow labs have been patients now for one year with Dr. Tony Meyers and Ginger. I want people to know how great this office is not only during the first visit but every single time you visit. One of my dogs has diabetes and is insulin dependent twice a day. It was a huge adjustment for me at first and a big challenge but Ginger and Dr. Meyers helped us get over this major obstacle and today she is doing amazing. They will follow up with you, make sure you are informed and most important of all is you will feel that they truly care about your pet. I am forever grateful to this office and honestly cannot recommend them enough if you are looking for a top of the line highly educated and experienced vet office . Thank you Dr. Meyers, Ginger, Jaimie and Meagan for everything you do and for helping my girl this past year! you are my heros.
Tips & Advices
Many people fear that their pet will be injured at the groomer, but incidents of serious injury are infrequent. For minor injuries , it is appropriate the groomer pay the vet bill, and can usually be worked out between groomer and owner. For moderate to severe injuries, you can attempt to activate groomer’s liability insurance to cover medical expenses. However, be aware that most groomer contracts stipulate that the business does not assume responsibility.
Staff at groomers know that there is inherent risk when handling animals, and they are familiar with being snapped at or bitten. However, it is not a normal occurrence or something you should ignore. Many people choose to cover medical expenses or pay extra--at minimum, apologize and get the dog into behavior classes. It is a given that  you should sedate or muzzle the animal for all future grooming sessions.
It is always recommended to make an appointment to get your pet groomed. While some groomers, especially in the larger pet stores, can accommodate with short notice, popular neighborhood groomers are often booked out two weeks out or longer on weekends.
If your pet has sensitive skin, let the groomer know when you set the appointment. But be aware, all dogs have sensitive skin by human standards--their skin is much thinner. Therefore, you should be on the lookout for signs of sensitivity, and reduce it through regular grooming with gentle, natural shampoo and conditioner. Oatmeal shampoo is a favorite. Daily brushouts and omega oil supplements are recommended for every day at-home care.
For various reasons including insurance clauses and pet-owner relationship dynamics and behaviors, groomers prefer owners don’t stay with their pets while being groomed.

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