Veterinary Care Specialists
Veterinary Clinics & Hospitals
205 Rowe Rd, Milford, MI 48380
- Mon - Sun
Open 24 Hours
Phone: (248) 685-8122
Phone: (248) 687-0468
Fax: (248) 685-8122
Fax Number: (248) 685-8122
General Info*Available 24 Hours
- Behavior Therapy
- Emergency Services
- Exotic Animals
- Small Animals
Specialties: Felines, Exotics, Cats, Puppies, Dogs, Internal Medicine, Doggies, Kittens, Canines
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Horrible horrible place. First they have absolutely no people or pet manners. The dr immediately wanted to run $600 worth of tests instead of just doing one thing at a time. An x-ray immediately showed that my dog had blader stones with one stuck in his urethra. They wanted over $3000 to perform the surgery. I had them empty his bladder and followed up with my vet first thing the next morning. Not only did they lie on their report and say they did a procedure that they didn't do, but also had unreadable x-ray films. So after paying them $400 for nothing, I went to my own vet who had to redo the x-ray and did the surgery for $1200. This place is horrible and I would never take a pet there again.
Terrible -- my cat had a UTI - the evening vet wanted to put her down vs give her the antibiotic shot she needed to get better. Such a shame - we had taken a cat there years before and saw the same vet and put our cat down -- this happend in 2012 - and 2014 --- My cat a year and half later is thriving and doing fine - glad i got a second opinion. BEWARE if you love your animals and would like to keep them alive and well..
The nice techs helped me carry my puppy from the car(my puppy could not move he was hit by a car on M-59)they saved him, he was in their care for 3 days. I love this ER Clinic and their staff. Please trust that i would not just leave my loved puppy in just any ones hands. They are great!!
Veterinary Care Specialist was available late one Saturday night when my cat was very sick. Through out my cats stay in the hospital their compassion and service was outstanding!
VCS is a wonderful 24 veterinary hospital with an exceptional staff. When we found out our Rusty Bear had bone cancer, they came to our rescue and helped him when no one else would because of financial issues. They even did surgery the day we went in for just a consultation because they didn't want him to have to wait. We couldn't have asked for a better clinic or better care for our baby boy! They took such good care of him and gave us constant updates even in the middle of the night (Like we requested)! Rusty made a lot of good friends at VCS and they treated him like a VPD (VPI, but dog)! Thank you for your warmth, caring and extreme generosity! We will never forget all that you did for us and our sweet boy!
This place saved my cats life. My cat had a blockage and could not pee. I called two other places and they wanted cash or check up front. This place let me make payments. They cared more about my cat then the money. I would not go any where else.
My puppy goes there. I got the puppy package which ended up being the cheapest for spaying and shots out of everywhere else around (I called around) and i've had no problems with them so far. I also like it because if there is an emergency (they're open 24 hrs.), my baby's file is already there. As soon as we walk in they all know her by name and everyone I've talked to has spoken understandable English. I also work in the Milford area and everyone I've talked to about this place has said it's a good vet so I've never talked to anyone that had something bad to say about it. It must have gotten better since '07 (seeing the older reviews), because I would recommend this vet.
Dr. Hass, her staff and all her veterinarians that work at VCS have done a great job taking care of our pets. We have been clients on the emergency service as well as the general medicine service. Unfortunatel , because of the services they provide they see some very sick animals and not all of them survive. I am confident they all got the very best in care. Also, our family is not intimidated by dealing with people with accents, as long as they do a good job, try not to be so narrow minded!
Ive been taking my animals to Dr Hass for many years now. A year ago, with care and concern Dr Hass saved my mastiff. It took many months and a lot of encouragement on her part....but she saw us both through. Just recently my cat had to go there on an emergency. He has kidney stones and was in renal failure. The first week was touch and go. I didnt think he would make it, euthanasia was discussed asking Dr Hass if she felt he could pull through this, when she said yes, I hunkered down for another week. Well to my joyous suprise, he turned around. Granted he still has issues and still under the care of Dr. Hass, however I have him home with me and I still find the entire staff there caring and considerate in his follow up care even though I am sure I am a pest.
I will always remember you for what you did for my big girl Stormy (Great Dane) she is here today because of you, ALL OF YOU there at your ER Clinic. When I called and spoke with a technician the other night i had NO idea that Stormy was as sick as she was and that her life in such danger i learned that night what a ""bloat"" was, the ER doctor and staff of technicians had to come out to my car you get her in the clinic because by the time that i drove there her bloat conduction had become very bad very fast. They keped me at ease the whole time and where all very informative when i left the clinic i felt really scared because Stormy was in sugary right then but the Surgeon called me shortly after I left and told me that all when well with Stormy and she will be okay. Thank you, thank you so so much because I'm typing this in my bed with Stormy next to me and her head on my lap.
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