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By: Alisa W.
Solano-Napa Pet Emergency Clinic
These people at this place are unprofessional and even taken dying a puppy off an IV because not all the cash could immediately be in their hands. After taking 1000 dollars on an Easter Sunday night and then calling asking for more told it would be there at 9 am they took the puppy off the IV. And handed him back the young lady who was shaking bad. Then they asked her to leave after yelling at her 12 year old sister. They said threatening things to their mom when she called then admitted they didn't run any more tests on the puppy but it was her fault. They are horrible. They do emotional black mail there for more money.tbis us the secind time this has happened before. Do not use this place. They know they are the only place avalible at late hours. Horrible.
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By: Lisa H.
Solano-Napa Pet Emergency Clinic
They have always taken care of our fur baby's needs. They are so compassionate and professional. Thank you for everything.
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