St Francis Animal Hospital in Du Quoin, IL with Reviews - YP.com
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08/02/2017
By: Richard G.
Saint Francis Animal Hospital
My lab had Parvo. We took him to Dr. Perttle who refused to give up on him. 6 yrs later and I still use St. Francis for all my pets needs
07/19/2017
By: Harvey B.
Saint Francis Animal Hospital
Was out looking to purchase flea medicine in DQ. Went into a vet's office and they told me that my dog had to be examined? All I want is some flea drops (what a racket!?!?) So I left there scratching my head wondering why my dog needs to be examined for flea medicine. Drove up the road to the animal hospital and the vet was more than helpful and nice. I was able to get what I needed without the added cost of an exam. Thank you Saint Francis you will see me for all our per needs!
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03/29/2016
By: Gina S.
Duquoin Veterinary Clinic
This was a new visit and new exp here, and everyone was very helpful and efficient. They have long hours, which is very helpful to be available so much. I am very pleased.
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03/11/2015
By: Teddy D.
Saint Francis Animal Hospital
He's great with my chihuahua.. that speaks volumes lol.. I've watched him, very good with all animals.
09/30/2014
By: Amy S.
Saint Francis Animal Hospital
He is a very caring vet. Love taking my dogs to him.
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