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Excellent review by Christina Alston Sugarman, via Facebook

I took my chihuahua to the pet ER early New Years Eve
Having been there on prior occasions I wasn?t expecting a particularly pleasant experience. Although I had good care from one of the vets on call, the other times the money issue and the lack of true concern for my pet spoiled the visit. While I realize getting paid for any business is important it shouldn?t be so openly obvious that running up the bill was first and foremost. Much to my relief Dr Zach transformed the experience. He was concerned, engaged and obviously competent. It was a great upgrade on the emergency room Virginia sits of the past. They have also scaled back the charges to be more affordable!! The staff was really sweet and kind. For some reason I seem to need to go to the vet on weekends and in the middle of the nig...
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Excellent review by Christina Alston Sugarman

I took my chihuahua to the pet ER early New Years Eve
Having been there on prior occasions I wasn?t expecting a particularly pleasant experience. Although I had good care from one of the vets on call, the other times the money issue and the lack of true concern for my pet spoiled the visit. While I realize getting paid for any business is important it shouldn?t be so openly obvious that running up the bill was first and foremost. Much to my relief Dr Zach transformed the experience. He was concerned, engaged and obviously competent. It was a great upgrade on the emergency room Virginia sits of the past. They have also scaled back the charges to be more affordable!! The staff was really sweet and kind. For some reason I seem to need to go to the vet on weekends and in the middle of the nig...
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Excellent review by Rosemary Flamion

Loved Mandy and Dr. Reed who gave such good care to our little Daisy, our 13 year old "Villages" (senior living) graduate. Daisy feels better already and I can hear her eating.
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Excellent review by Katie Wilson

The last place you want to be is in an emergency room (pet or human), especially on Christmas. My last experience at this pet ER only a few months prior hadn't been the best as my pet ended up passing away and the vet had been less than kind. So I was hesitant to return, but when my cat ate a poisonous plant on Christmas Eve I didn't have an option. I was relieved to see the practice was under new leadership and I noticed a huge difference the moment I walked in the door. Last time they asked for a $300 deposit the moment I walked in the door before my pet was even seen. Although I understood, it made me feel as though money, not my pet's well-being was the primary concern of the office. This visit I felt nothing but concern for my pet from the person who initially greeted me to the vet te...
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Excellent review by Melissa Hammerlun

My brother and sister in law brought their beloved dog Sheila in Christmas Eve. Dr. Zachary Albudri DVM sat with them and Sheila and thoroughly explained possibilities and treatments. He took his time, was kind and caring, empathetic and honest. They left without having a mortgage of a payment either. Dr. Albudri my family thanks you for going above and beyond, for your kindness and generosity.
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Excellent review by Sandra Boe

I had gotten a pit bull pup from from a guy in Bakersfield. He said the pup had shots and 1st worming. The next morning she was laying on the floor in pee/poo and wouldn't drink any water. Super weak and wouldn't stand up. I was so scared it was parvo. But one of the wonderful tech's. came car side to do a swab test. thankfully it was negative. It wound up being worms.She was treated like royalty. I was able to bring her home with med's. she is a happy playful little girl. Thanks to all at the clinic for your great care.
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Excellent review by Shawn Meara

Thank you to Chris and Dr. Zach for the wonderful care you gave to Bentley yesterday. Both of us were traumatized by the dog attack he experienced and you treated us with such calmness and professionalism that we left feeling much better. Bentley is recovering well - a little stiff but he has his appetite back and has stopped shaking.
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The holiday season has arrived, but with all of the celebration comes possible health concerns for our furry friends. Emergency visits to the veterinarian increase during the holidays and are usually due to pets eating something they shouldn’t. Below are some general tips to enjoy the holidays with your pet this year:

Make no bones about it. Meat bones can easily splinter and cause serious damage to your pet’s gastrointestinal tract. Make sure you have properly disposed of all of the bones and that the garbage is kept out of reach from your curious companions.

Pets aren’t for stuffing. Too many fatty, seasoned, unfamiliar foods can lead to pancreatitis and gastroenteritis in your pet. Both of these medical conditions can be painful and even life-threatening. If you decide to give your pet a bite of turkey, make sure it is boneless, lean and well-cooked to avoid salmonella bacteria.

Avoid the sweets, stick with treats. Consider all of the desserts prepared during the holidays, many of which contain chocolate and other toxic ingredients to our pets. Keep your pet’s noses out of the batter and focused on a treat of their own such as a made-for-pet chew bone or a Kong toy.

Keep out of the kitchen. Even if your pet isn’t one to snoop through the trash, the tasty smells of freshly cooked food can be very tempting, so make sure the garbage and kitchen preparations are properly tied up and covered to avoid your pet reaching any dangerous items or making a mess of the festivities.

Eat, drink, and be merry. With all of the hustle and bustle of the holidays, make sure your pet has fresh water, food of their own and quiet time away from the excitement to ensure they aren’t overwhelmed by the festivities.
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