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Gateway Animal Clinic
Today 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
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1819 Abbey Ave Cleveland, OH 44113
1819 Abbey AveUSOHCleveland44113
(216) 771-4414
VeterinarianToday 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
Monday 10:00 am – 3:30 pm, 5:00 – 6:30 pmTuesday 9:00 am – 6:30 pmWednesday 10:00 am – 3:00 pmThursday 10:00 am – 3:30 pm, 5:00 – 6:30 pmFriday 10:00 am – 3:30 pmSaturday 9:00 am – 1:00 pmSunday Closed
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Molly McIntyre
reviewed in the last week
This is a very busy clinic as they only take walk-in's but it's great for people who work and just need to stop in whenever they can. I love that they're open to 6:30 on some days. Overall, the staff is very friendly and personable. You just have to be realistic with the time frame and know to bring a book to read in the waiting room. But don't worry, their friendly service and knowledge are well worth the wait and the expense is much less compared to other clinics in the Cleveland area.
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Scott Jones
reviewed 5 months ago
went here today 1/29/14 to take a stay i found who was badly beat up. walked right in got registered and was called back in less than 5 minutes. i saw doc barb and her tech. they were very nice and great with my dog. doc barb saw my dog and right away got to work trying to find everything that needed to be addressed with her. i would recommend gateway to anyone very friendly and budget friendly.
Charles Scaffidi
reviewed 8 months ago
I own three german shepards and three cats, they are our everything, our world, I have never been to such a wonderful clinic! Their staff is amazing and the whole experience was outstanding. I will NEVER go anywhere else.
Jessica Jalowiec
reviewed a month ago
I initially decided to take my bulldog, Lucy in to Gateway on Saturday for a couple rotting teeth that I thought would need pulled, but then ended up more concerned with the fact that she had been vomiting for a couple days. I've been coming to Gateway for a couple years now for my basic needs and have always received excellent care, but this time warranted a review. Upon first seeing Lucy, Dr. Liz was concerned. She asked if my dog was normally this depressed and if she could have gotten into anything. She recommended an x-ray and upon further review, it looked like Lucy had a foreign object in her intestine. Dr. Liz let me know my options (go get an ultrasound at an emergency clinic for a second opinion or an exploratory surgery at Gateway), and explained the risks and potential cost for each one. I opted for the surgery, we left Lucy in the caring hands of Dr. Liz and Co., and we drove home. I received a call within a couple hours letting me know the surgery was complete, and had gone well despite the situation being more sever than anticipated (it turns out the area of her bowels surrounding the foreign object was pretty much dead and had to be removed). She told me the potential complications as a result of the surgery, and said Lucy was resting and we should come in on Sunday, which we did - to find her resting comfortably and also to find that while they had her under anesthesia, they went ahead and pulled the two teeth I had initially decided to take her in for - saving me not only another trip to the vet, but also saving an 8 year old english bulldog from needing to be anesthetized a second time. I'm more than happy with my most recent experience here and I was actually shocked when I received the bill - I was expecting it to be almost twice as much. I'm thankful to Dr. Liz and the whole staff at Gateway for their care of my baby girl.
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Kat Sazdanoff
reviewed 3 months ago
We take our two pomeranians and our cat to Gateway. We've been coming here for 6+ years. Each doctor is great. Sometimes the wait is longer than you'd like but it's nice to be able to not have to make an appointment. We recently had luxating patella surgery done on one of our pomeranians and so far the recovery has been great. The price was affordable and we couldn't thank the doctors at Gateway enough for doing such a great job.
Glen Zipay
reviewed 10 months ago
As my wife explained in the previous review, our dog was diagnosed with possibly having a pancreatic tumor just 8 days ago. Day after we took him to Dr. Brian who mentioned several possibilities, one being Addisons Disease however more tests would need to be done. Seven days later, I received a call from Dr Brian that our dog does indeed have Addisons. From what I read this is very hard to diagnose based on symptoms however he got it right after 5 minutes of discussion and seeing our dog. While treatment will be expensive, at least we know and definitely a different prognosis than a Pancreatic Tumor. Sure you have to wait. Sure you may run into a person having a bad day. However I truly feel they do care about the welfare of the animals they treat. Believe me if you heard the frustration that I heard from Dr. Brian when he couldn't get a hold of us yesterday, you would understand he cares very deeply.
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