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DaSDGuy

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I called our vet, the Park Clinic, as all 3 kitties have an appointment the same day.
Call from the car and an escort will come out when the exam room is clear.
At this time, the car is the waiting room.
Can go in with your pet, wearing a mask, as I understand.
Park Clinic has a very small waiting room with no ability to distance from others. I don't mind waiting in the car. I take two cats and two dogs there and they always let us in with the critters.
 

ontheriver

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My daughter's critters go to Park Clinic now. She much happier.

I now go to Hollywood VCA and they were wonderful. Got an appointment the same day I called and they actually answered the phone. Got the script on the spot and refills.
 

kom526

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Spoiled defined.
 

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stgislander

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My daughter's critters go to Park Clinic now. She much happier.

I now go to Hollywood VCA and they were wonderful. Got an appointment the same day I called and they actually answered the phone. Got the script on the spot and refills.
We've been using Hollywood (Three Notch) VCA since 2008, and don't have any complaints. I am surprised you got an appointment the same day you called. They always seem to be busy busy busy.
 

spr1975wshs

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Park Clinic has a very small waiting room with no ability to distance from others. I don't mind waiting in the car. I take two cats and two dogs there and they always let us in with the critters.
Vets there have been wonderful, Dr. Bennett, then Ironmonger, Pilcherton and Dorsch.

When we first adopted Miss Blue (of fond memory) as her new home at age 12 years 5 months, brought her in for a well kitty check and baseline blood work. Blue was scared of being up on the exam table. Dr. Dorsch got down on the floor with her.

Dr. Pilcherton over saw her end of life care when Blue developed a sarcoma under her tongue just 9 months later. Palliative care worked for a couple months. Miss Blue was fiven the Final Kindness just 13 months after we took her in.

Next visit, we'll be seeing Dr. Powers for the 1st time. She's the newest member of the team.
 

stgislander

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Vets there have been wonderful, Dr. Bennett, then Ironmonger, Pilcherton and Dorsch.

When we first adopted Miss Blue (of fond memory) as her new home at age 12 years 5 months, brought her in for a well kitty check and baseline blood work. Blue was scared of being up on the exam table. Dr. Dorsch got down on the floor with her.

Dr. Pilcherton over saw her end of life care when Blue developed a sarcoma under her tongue just 9 months later. Palliative care worked for a couple months. Miss Blue was fiven the Final Kindness just 13 months after we took her in.

Next visit, we'll be seeing Dr. Powers for the 1st time. She's the newest member of the team.
We started with Dr. Pilkerton back in 2008. My wife and I absolutely love her and the care she gives.
 

lucky_bee

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We've been using Hollywood (Three Notch) VCA since 2008, and don't have any complaints. I am surprised you got an appointment the same day you called. They always seem to be busy busy busy.
They are busy. But they listen...
Three Notch is fantastic. I don't have to use them often these days with a single, healthy adult cat, but I'm willing to drive the distance when I do. I almost switched to All Kinds when they rebuilt since they're 2 mins away, but after hearing the mess my neighbor's been going thru with them I'll stay with VCA/Three Notch. They do tend to be very busy, but when I've had serious concerns in the past they did their best to help me. My cat used to have some stomach issues and they spent a lot of time trying to narrow down why, and then how they could fix it - he's been 100% ever since. And they were extremely accommodating and so very kind when my dog Maggie had to cross the rainbow bridge. Dr. Yasuda cried right along side of me.
 

stgislander

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Three Notch is fantastic. I don't have to use them often these days with a single, healthy adult cat, but I'm willing to drive the distance when I do. I almost switched to All Kinds when they rebuilt since they're 2 mins away, but after hearing the mess my neighbor's been going thru with them I'll stay with VCA/Three Notch. They do tend to be very busy, but when I've had serious concerns in the past they did their best to help me. My cat used to have some stomach issues and they spent a lot of time trying to narrow down why, and then how they could fix it - he's been 100% ever since. And they were extremely accommodating and so very kind when my dog Maggie had to cross the rainbow bridge. Dr. Yasuda cried right along side of me.
I feel the same way about All Kinds. So close, just at the top of Rt249. I haven't heard of any issues, but wife and I are willing the travel the extra distance to Three Notch.
 

spr1975wshs

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Drs. Dorsch and Powers are now the primaries at VCA Park as Dr. Ironmonger has retired.
I trust both of them.
 
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