Westside Veterinary Clinic in Spartanburg, SC with Reviews - YP.com
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10/20/2017
By: Daniel L.
Reidville Road Animal Hospital
Very pricey! Maybe we are spoiled having come from Michigan and had the opportunity to use the incredible Dr. Pol as our Vet, but Reidville is extremely expensive. I understand a city Dr. vs. a country Dr., but the prices are astronomical in comparison. It seems unethical to charge so much. As for our pets care we will not be returning to Reidville. It is pricing models like those used by Reidville that scare me away from future pet ownership. I feel taken advantage of. As a side note we had our pet go through the same procedure minus the growth removal and it cost less than $100 with our previous vet.
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04/09/2016
By: kathleencramb
Bell Farm Veterinary Services
Dr. Richard Bell & his staff are tremendous!! They have provided comfort, immunizations and medical charts for my pets, in a professional but home town way. I am sharing his Vaccination Clinic cards with my friends. I have met Pet owners who bring their animals to Dr. Bell for years....We are truly blessed to have his services.
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01/08/2016
By: Tracy J.
Palmetto Animal Clinic
I can't believe there aren't more reviews on here. Dr. Stefania Gagliardi is amazing! We moved here across the country and searched for the right vet for our four dogs. Palmetto Animal Clinic is the only people we'll trust with our fur babies and they are all wonderful. The facility is beautiful and clean, just expanded, and the staff is very friendly and helpful, no matter how busy they are. Dr. G thinks outside the box and suggested some brilliant things when we started having problems with one dog's mysterious night time agression. You would be lucky to call her your pet's vet and we're never switching! We're so glad we found the right vet for our family and have confidence in all of their treatment, services, and advice. Their rates are also affordable which is a huge bonus!
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11/16/2015
By: Sandra R.
Westside Veterinary Clinic
I have been going to Dr. Scott Bryant for many years. He and his staff are the most caring people I have ever known. Very compassionate when they treat sick or even well animals. Always go the extra mile to be sure all has been done when you have a critical situation with your animal. I would not even consider taking my pets anywhere else for care. I feel as though I am a pretty good judge of the care they give as I myself am in the medical profession and can see first hand that they are first class when it comes to Veterinary Medicine. I highly recommend them to anyone and stand by my recommendation 100%!!! If you want the best care for your pet, I would most surely take them to Westside Veterinary Clinic. They are the GREATEST!!!!
09/19/2015
By: D. B.
Reidville Road Animal Hospital
These staff people and Dr's always have concern and a great attitude towards our 2 dogs. Dr Heron in particular. Our Tess and Sadie love going there.
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04/15/2015
By: cjking011
Westside Veterinary Clinic
If your dog is a patient of DR. HILL or WESTSIDE VET CLINIC please be careful! I took my 6 yr. old Yorkie for an office visit for a sinus infection and to get her heartworm medications. Dr. Hill looked at records that were over 2 years old from my previous vet and told me that my dog was in kidney failure. Dr. Ames had looked at the same records 1 year before and never said a word about kidney failure. Dr. Hill wanted to perform approximately $300 in tests and had me in tears thinking my dog was dying. She told me she needed to run a Urine Analysys and that Emme should stay overnight for IV fluids but since my dog has separation anxiety I told her this could not happen so she told me to give her IV fluids at home for 10 days. I called my previous vet who had seen her since she was a year old before we moved to Spartanburg and he pulled the records and said he would have told me then of Emme showed any signs of kidney failure. He actually laughed when I told him what she said going by records that were 2 years old. I then asked for a copy of Emme's records to be sent to another vet for a second opinion and when I got to the new vet for the second opinion Westside Vet would not send the records saying that they were "their" property. I paid for the visit and the records are my property and I had to drive over there wait for 30 minutes to get the records and take them back to the new vet's office. Of course the new vet found no evidence of kidney failure and actually laughed at Dr. Hill's diagnosis. I was told that the only problem was that I was feeding her too much protien and to change her diet. No kidney failure. I thought abut this for several weeks and everyone I talked to told me I should call Dr. Bryant the owner of the clinic so I went there last week to talk to them and he was not there. I had a meeting with Erica the head receptionist and even she said that the numbers on the chart did not show kideny failure and she would have Dr. Bryant call me Monday. He never called so I called to speak to him and Dr. Hill called me back herself and called me a liar and said that she never told me that my dog was in kidney failure and there was no record of it in the chart. Well that is because she did not write it in the chart only told me verbally. I asked her to please put Dr. Bryant on the phone and she refused. I called back and Dr. Bryant threatened to sue me for slander. I can tell you that I would not take an earthworm there for care. They are rude, over crowded and try to scare you into running tests that are totally unnecessary. I can't believe she told me my dog was dying and then denied it.
12/27/2014
By: Susan W.
Care-Animal Emergency Clinic Of Spartanburg
Very caring staff and very reasonable prices.
11/28/2014
By: Rick B.
Care-Animal Emergency Clinic Of Spartanburg
Took our 13 year old Cocker in for emergency treatment. Good care and service.
07/14/2014
By: Susan M.
Animal Allies
I have had four pets spayed/neutered here without any hassle or difficulty. This is a lowcost center that is setup very similar to a quick clinic or "neuter-a-thon" - no frills, just basic service - shots & surgery. There is no one-on-one consultation, just basic drop off & pickup. Very orderly and clean process though. This is NOT a substitute for my vetrinarian or where I would take a sick animal.
09/28/2013
By: taylor.lee.127
Care-Animal Emergency Clinic Of Spartanburg
If you care about your pet..PLEASE DONT take them here!The employees are so rude I would not want to leave my dog! If they are mean to a child ..they are mean to anything!!! Not a good place!
Tips & Advices
Bring medical records and medications that your pet is taking. Also, you should bring your ID and a form of payment.
Yes, there are veterinary clinics that only deal with emergency cases. They generally take walk-ins and referrals from family vets.
Yes, emergency vets treat dental emergencies and dental trauma. Freshly fractured teeth are the main category of dental injury that vets consider an emergency.
To prevent health emergencies, experts recommend supervising one’s pets, and trying to make sure they don’t get into emergency situations. A majority of emergency vet visits happen because animals were struck by cars, bit by other animals, or ingested toxins. Otherwise, the best way to prevent emergencies is by having a go-to vet you can call with any questions, and being vigilant about potential symptoms (i.e. runny stool, or trouble walking) as they appear but before they become extremely serious.
Experts say that the conditions that necessitate an emergency veterinarian visit include collapse, seizures, inability to walk, partial paralysis, and any difficulty breathing (non-stop panting, constant coughing, hyperventilation, or elevated heart rate). Gum color is often an indicator that something is wrong--especially blue gums or very pale gums. Excessive vomiting or a distended abdomen should be considered an emergency situation. Signs of any trauma or excessive bleeding should send your pet straight to the vet. Lastly, for cat owners, urinary obstruction is fatal if not treated, and generally occurs in male cats.

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