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Millhopper Veterinary Medical Center
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4209 NW 37th Pl Gainesville, FL 32606
4209 Northwest 37th PlaceUSFloridaGainesville32606
(352) 373-8055millhoppervet.com
Animal Hospital, VeterinarianToday 7:30AM–7PM
Wednesday 7:30AM–7PMThursday 7:30AM–7PMFriday 7:30AM–6PMSaturday 8AM–2PMSunday ClosedMonday 7:30AM–7PMTuesday 7:30AM–7PM
Millhopper Veterinary Medical Center is a full-service wellness practice, diagnostic and surgery center and offers excellence in providing a wide range of affordable veterinary services.
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"I had a great experience . Doctor Harris is my and my doggie favorite vet ever!"
"All we needed was an update on her Rabies vaccination and flea medications."
"My Yorkie had her teeth cleaned here and they did an excellent job."
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I have a wonderful experience at the Millhopper Vet. I have a two year old lab mix, and she was a bit frightened in the exam room, since we had a bad experience at another vet in town. The vet and two assistants were so kind to her, and I really appreciated them being extra sweet to my dog since she was scared. They never forced her to come to them once, just waited patiently with treats until she came to them, which she eventually did. One assistant gently held her, another one feed her treats, and the vet have her the vaccines. I was very impressed that they took extra time so that my dog didn't have a terrible vet experience. My dog left happy and healthy. I knew upfront the cost of the visit and there were no surprise fees. The office staff was also very friendly and helpful with answering my questions on the phone and in person.
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Lou Carlton
3 weeks ago
I love millhopper veterinary medical center. The people are wonderful caring and kind Doctor Develin rocks!
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Arthur G
4 months ago
Very friendly staff. Quality service. Great veterinarians. Price is what you would expect. You can take advantage of student discount and frequent emailed promotions. Make sure you ask for a quote before agreeing to a treatment plan - they are getting better at providing one for you now without having to ask.
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Karen Walker
4 months ago
Dr. Harris is like family. He has wonderful compassion and expertise. I can always count on him to give the most informed diagnosis regarding my cat's health. The staff at Millhopper Veterinary Medical Center are attentive and expeditious, the technicians are well educated, and the wait time is always worth it. I would like to see less turnover at the reception desk. I like to see a familiar face when I walk in the door.
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Melissa O.
3 weeks ago
I have gotten a cat spayed here, and had three other visits besides this, and I was pleased with service that was professional and knowledgeable, as well as friendly. They are good with my cats, reasonably priced, and take the time to explain the situation. Very happy with the doctors and staff here.
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Patty C
4 months ago
I now live in Orlando but i still bring my dog here. I have never met a more caring staff! They all truly have your pets best interest at heart. They have gone beyond the mile to help us when my dog has been ill and they always follow up to be sure she's progressing well. I truly appreciate their concern and willingness to give. I highly recommend their services!
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Cassie Mestre
4 months ago
I'm a little disappointed with their office staff. I went in a few months ago to get monthly flea and a parasite medicine for my cats and I was given the wrong order. They were going to give me less than what I had paid for. It took several minutes to explain why it was the wrong amount. If I hadn't noticed I would have ended up paying for items I hadn't received. It was a bit unnerving that the office rep didn't check the amounts or confirm my order. This time around, I decided to go on 1-800 Pet Meds to fill the prescription. The medicine is less expensive on there and I wanted to avoid any problems. Plus I don't have a car... So it's a hassle to go there anyways. I called to ask them to approve the prescription and the office rep told me they did receive it but they've been too busy to fax it back. It's been three days since they received it. I find it hard to believe it takes this long to fax an approval back. She also asked me why I chose to go through another provider. I told her it was just more convenient for me. And I asked when they would get to it. She said "when we get around to it". Is that a day? A week?? I asked if she could elaborate with a timeline and she refused to. The whole conversation made me feel uneasy. Like they just wanted to make it harder to order online through a website so I would be forced to go into the office. I mean I understand you're a business and want to make money off of products you sell but you're also a place thats supppsed to look out for the wellbeing of animals. The longer it takes the more susceptible my cats are to getting fleas. I've been taking my two cats to Millhopper Vet for over 4 years. So it's really disappointing... Based on my past two interactions with the office staff I think I will go somewhere else for their vet visits.
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Laura Hartman
5 months ago
My daughter a college student, took her kitten to be neutered and have the hiv test and shots done. They told her that her cat had a heart murmur and needed and echocardiogram done in order for them to make sure he could be neutered. She called me crying and told me it was going to cost over $600 to neuter her cat. I told her to get the shots and test and I would take him and have him checked at my vet. They wouldn't even test him because they said "he's just too mean" WHAT?? You are suppose to be a vets office. And a 6 month old kitten was "too mean"? I took him to my vet, they heard no heart murmur, he was neutered, they did the test and gave him his shots and the grand total was $83. And they said he was a perfect gentleman. Absolutely NO problems! This vets office is a joke. They are ALL about money, even trying to take advantage of a college student. Ridiculous. My advice: find a reputable, vets office that isn't out to just take your money, but actually cares about your animals. Karma will get you thieves.
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