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09/04/2013
By: colliemom
Nourish Pet Care
If you are looking for a great selection of quality, natural, and holistic pet food and products, this is the store for you! Compared to similar pet food stores in Houston, I found an even bigger selection of some of the foods I am feeding my cats and dogs, and I was quite pleased to find several of the brands I am having to mail order are stocked here. The boarding room is clean and modern and the kitty "condos" are spacious. When I first visited the store to check out the cat boarding facility for my diabetic cat, Linda Scheer, owner and Director of Pet Services, was there and I spoke to her for a good 30 minutes or more about my pets, what I am feeding, and the struggles with my diabetic cat. Linda is a licensed vet tech and very knowledgeable. I have now boarded my diabetic cat at Nourish during two out of town trips. Based on my experiences to date, I recommend them 100%. Linda and Bill Sheer, Rosie, and the rest of the staff are wonderful to work with. Linda spent a lot of time with me prior to boarding to make sure she understood the details of what was needed for my cat in terms of administering her twice daily insulin injections, when and how I wanted them to take periodic blood glucose tests, feeding, etc. She knew I was concerned about leaving my cat in boarding and did everything needed to make me feel comfortable. During both trips I have gotten email updates several times each day to let me know how she is doing, sending me photos of her, and reporting her blood test readings. Boarding is $15 per day, plus an extra $4 per insulin injection. Compared to other boarding facilities, that is a great price. The cats get twice daily 30 minute play times out of their condos. From the emails I received it is obvious my cat got lots of attention and love from the staff...probably more than she gets at home with our 6 animals! Linda has given me great suggestions not only in dealing with the diabetes and recommending products for my cats, but also discussing with me the foods I give our two collies and making recommendations. If you or someone you know has a cat that needs boarding, or if you are looking for a great selection of quality pet foods and products, I highly recommend checking them out!
11/10/2014
By: A K.
Any Size Paws
If you want someone that will care for and love your fur babies just as much as you do – call Jeffery at Any Size Paws. He goes above and beyond what is expected in caring for your pets. I knew I was lucky to find him when he came over to first meet the babies before I left town. Even my semi-feral cat came straight to him. And by the time I returned my most skittish kitty was coming out when he visited. He obviously has a good soul that animals are attracted to and bond with. The night before I was to leave I started noticing something as wrong with one of my kitties and I had to be at the airport at 5am. I left Jeffrey a message and he was on his way to pick up my baby and have him at the vet’s office when they opened. My kitty ended up needing surgery. It was very stressful being out of town. But Jeffrey was taking care of everything which helped me immensely so that I could relax and enjoy my vacation.
10/21/2015
By: Chris F.
Loving Arms Pet Placement
I'm really bad about reviewing companies / products, but after I saw the two one stars I felt I should step in and describe my own experience.It's been about seven months now since I picked my little guy up, but I remember it being nothing but a smooth process. It wasn't instantaneous - you have to fill out a relatively long application, and then (in my experience at least) there were multiple phone calls and a home inspection part. I can safely say that all of this is just to keep the pets interests in heart; many of those animals have already been abandoned or gone through terrible situations. It was also a very educational moment - I live in an apartment and have never had a dog before, but they were still very open minded about my situation and helped me to understand the commitment that I was about to take. The pets that I saw definitely weren't dirty, either!
10/11/2014
By: somename
Raising Cane's Chicken Fingers
I just went for the 1st time tonight and got the 3 piece chicken tender meal. I thought the fries would be really good since they aren't frozen but they were just okay - not great. The chicken was very tender but the battered part was just okay. Definitely not worth the $7+ that I paid. The 3 pieces were smaller than average tenders and one was ½ the size of the other 2. The special sauce is a remoulade type sauce and it was okay but a little bland. I got sweet tea. It is very strong and sweet. I love the crushed ice (similar to sonic). The toast tasted like plain bread with a smidge of butter on part of it - not impressive.Overall, for the quantity & quality, not a good deal to me. I like whataburgers tenders just as much and their fries are better as well as their toast. I probably wouldn't go back except to get cups of ice...maybe.The staff was very nice though.
10/27/2013
By: Laura F.
Houston Aquatics
I drove from Austin to see my son and based on reviews, both pro and con, I wanted to visit a mom and pop shop. Yes, it is not the tidiest place, but for freshwater fish, this is what I wanted. VERY healthy and great prices. I have been raising fish for over 40 years and I know mom and pop shops get fish locally. They knew I was traveling back to Austin and put all my fish in large bags with fresh oxygen plus a styro crate. Very attentive. And yes, there are lots of kitties roaming around, but they are friendly. :-) I'll be back on my next visit for sure.
08/05/2013
By: clumzyklutz
PetSmart
I have been going to this Petsmart for a long time now and every time I go in, I have never had any problems. It's a spacious facility, located in a good part of town and is always clean. In addition to going to the store on about a bi-monthly basis, I also just visited Banfield this past weekend to get my puppy his first set of shots. I have never received such great service from a vet. This service is what made us sign up for their wellness plans. Yes, I'm locked into 1 vet now, but I'm okay with it because it was such a pleasant experience.
06/21/2017
By: Yolanda W.
Frenchys Chicken 45/Tidwell
On June 20, 2017 I had the pleasure of meeting Douglas. Customer Service do not rate high at this location but Douglas, on Tuesday evening put a whole new meaning for that location. Everything was fresh, the chicken-oh yes, they actually had breast, wings, collard greens and cornbread, my complete order. It was heaven right there at Tidwell and 45. Douglas was so polite, he should be a trainer for all the females that work in that building, this guy was marvelous. Thank you an outstanding experience Douglas.Yolanda Watson
03/29/2017
By: Jj R.
Wingstop Restaurant
DO NOT GET THE POTATO SALAD. I don't know what it is about this particular location's potato salad, but theirs is definitely not the one I'm accustomed to. The flavor was nothing like it should be. Potatoes were hard large chunks, and so dry that I spat it out immediately after the first And Last taste of it. I do not recommend this side at all. Very disappointed as I was looking forward to its regular, creamy great taste. Yuck!
01/24/2013
By: jassy36
Louisiana Fried Chicken
The chicken is VERY good, reminds me of Frecnchy's. I am obsessed with their fried fish; it seems extremely fresh and flakes apart in sections. I've only had better fried fish in Scotland. I'm looking forward to trying the fish tacos. Fried shrimp & gumbo, both quite good. You MUST try this place.
08/13/2014
By: Sheila G.
Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen
Second time at this location within a two week span. First time around 2PM-got in and out quickly. The second time around 3:30PM had a longer wait due to a long line for the Tuesday special which is to be expected. Both times the workers were nice and friendly and the food was hot. We will go back.
Tips & Advices
Pet owners usually sign a waiver stating that any injury or illness a dog suffers while at daycare is the responsibility of the owner. However, most facilities carry liability insurance and pet business insurance in the event of a serious incident. To prevent illness, facilities are strict about requiring proof of vaccination and general health from a veterinarian prior to accepting a dog. However, in an off-leash setting, scuffles or fights might occur. Reputable facilities will often hire vet assistants who can treat minor injuries and under-the-weather dogs.  For anything more serious, a good daycare should make it a priority to get the dog to a vet, and get in immediate contact with the owner.

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