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Millhopper Veterinary Medical Center
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Today 7:30 am – 7:00 pm
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4209 NW 37th Pl Gainesville, FL 32606
4209 Northwest 37th PlaceUSFloridaGainesville32606
(352) 373-8055millhoppervet.com
Animal Hospital, VeterinarianToday 7:30 am – 7:00 pm
Monday 7:30 am – 7:00 pmTuesday 7:30 am – 7:00 pmWednesday 7:30 am – 7:00 pmThursday 7:30 am – 7:00 pmFriday 7:30 am – 6:00 pmSaturday 8:00 am – 2:00 pmSunday Closed
Millhopper Veterinary Medical Center is a full-service wellness practice, diagnostic and surgery center and offers excellence in providing a wide range of services.
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"I've always had excellent service from Millhopper Veterinary Med Center."
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"All we needed was an update on her Rabies vaccination and flea medications."
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"Dr Harris always looks after my kitten so well!"
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Doreen Harrison
3 weeks ago
I followed my vet from another clinic to Millhopper Vet Center. It has been a smooth transition. The staff are always friendly and helpful. My dog always comes out happy, after a bath and nail trim, which I have done once with a special. We also had a visit for travel papers across the country, one of the techs made sure I had everything since he had traveled out of country with his animals and knew what complications I could have run into without the information. All in all, I would recommend Millhopper Vet. to anyone. Realizing that sometimes there can be a wait, emergencies do occur as I see some complaints in other reviews for wait times. Waiting for an appointment is a fact of life these days. I know if I had an emergency I would want immediate attention given to my furry loved one... A little patience goes a long way.
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The Flash
3 weeks ago
Everyone is very helpful and pleasant, but then, they SHOULD be, right? The vets I've seen seem to genuinely love animals and take whatever time you need to answer questions. We changed from our vet of nearly thirty years because of a Groupon, and because Millhopper Vet was much closer to our home. We've since made them our vet. If not for Groupons and specials, the prices would be a bit high, based on my previous vet, but WITH the Groupons and specials, the prices are slightly lower than others. I would recommend them, but I would also pay attention for the specials. Get on their mailing list, which they do a very good job of maintaining.
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John McInarnay
2 months ago
I currently take my Yorkie and Labradoodle here for their shots. Every vet I've interacted with has been nice. They don't try to sell you product you don't need. My Yorkie had her teeth cleaned here and they did an excellent job. I've also had my bulldog put down. They make it a comfortable environment for you during the time of grieving. I highly recommend them for any type of service you need. And the prices are very good. They also send out quite a few coupons.
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Rod Gillmore
3 months ago
Our 14-year old Brittany Spaniel is recovering nicely from successful surgery, and we are very impressed with the friendly and professional staff at MVMC. We brought Blue in for an evaluation and consultation at no charge. That contrasted with other veterinary offices that quoted from $60 to $150 for an initial office visit/examination. The type of surgery that Blue required would have cost more than twice as much as we were charged at MVMC, saving us nearly $400 for the surgery alone. It was great to be able to afford the care required for Blue at his age, and we felt that the veterinarians there were as concerned about his welfare as we were. The end result proved it. We and Blue are happy we found MVMC.
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Katherine Artman
2 months ago
I have been transitioning all my pets to Millhopper Vet and I have never looked back. You can make appointments online and they are open into the evening, so it's easy for me to take my pets in around my work schedule. They run a variety of discounts and specials that have helped me get my pets the care they need without breaking the bank. Their staff is extremely polite and attentive, and their vets are patient and kind beyond compare. Highly recommend.
Garrett Schaaf
2 months ago
The first issue I have is that from my time of arrival until the service began was some 30 minutes. I understand that as a new customer there is paper work to be completed (which could have been provided prior to my arrival and completed). The 30 minute wait was not over once I was called for service. After being placed in the room there was another 10 minute wait. In my world the purpose of scheduling an appointment is to have NO waiting time at all, especially when it is clear that there is a large amount of staff working. My second issue is the fact that I was not provided a quote PRIOR to my arrival like I had requested, this would have been simple to do as my email address was on file and a quote was generated for me once I was called for service, even though it was not correct. My Third issue was the fact that I was in an exam room yet my pet was taken to a back room to have the examination done. I find this odd. What is the point of an exam room if the pet is not examined in it? Additionally what is the level of assurance that the fees I paid for the examination were actually for an examination? My forth issue was the fact that the Dr was in the room less than 5 minutes and that she made a strong effort to guilt me into a sedated tooth cleaning while NOT providing any other options. I find it hard to believe that as DVM there is only one way to clean a pets teeth that would cost some $300 plus dollars. I am certain that there are other methods, which maybe less expensive. Finally I find it odd that there was no effort to include me in what types of treatments my pet was receiving, IE no real bedside manner or discussion of care. It was assumed that I knew what was taking place and that It had to be done in that manner.
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Cindy Brizuela
3 months ago
I went to Millhopper Veterinary Medical Center for a second opinion and I could not have been happier with the experience. Dr. Menard is very knowledgable and is genuinely amazing with animals. I've also had the pleasure of meeting Dr. Harris and quite a few members of the staff, it's clear that they are all experienced and extremely friendly. Overall fantastic experience, competitive prices and excellent staff, would absolutely recommend.
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Jacqueline Mecal
4 months ago
Took my newly adopted shelter cat here for her first visit with the free new client offer and because they are great reviews. All we needed was an update on her Rabies vaccination and flea medications. Before I knew what was going on, they gave her two shots which according to the receipt are FVRCP and Feleuk vacc. They did not talk to me about these vaccinations and I would have said a definite no the the Feleuk vacc. Also, where is her Rabies vaccination?!!? Never again.
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