Client Reviews

Client reviews:

(copied from Yelp)

Jackie F. - 5 Stars!


Great vet!  All the staff here is super sweet.  They have been awesome diagnosing and caring for my buddy “Maverick” who was diagnosed with epilepsy and allergies. I’ll continue to come here as long as we are within a decent driving distance!

Marissa H. - 5 Stars!


We always feel safe and comfortable with our kitty in their care! They are honest, fair, and always willing to help!

Ron N. - 5 Stars!

5/4/2018   Updated review

Simply the best. We’ve taken our Goldens here since they were babies and oh, how they haved loved coming there. Dr. Cohen has given the best service and, along with Allison and the other staff members were so supportive and kind when we lost our older dog last year. I cannot imagine going anywhere else.

Danielle B. - 5 Stars!


I am so impressed with this animal clinic! They are and have been amazing to my dog. My dog was attacked on Sunday by another dog and when I called Monday morning they immediately got my dog in and treated my dog as if he was their own. They have kept me completely informed and have been so nice in handling my dog. Dr. Cohen is the nicest and sweetest veterinarian I have ever met. Thank you so much Dr. Cohen for all your help and making my dog feel better. To be honest I can’t thank you enough. You and your staff are amazing!

Nicole C. - 5 Stars!


This vet took care of my 12 year old Maine coon. I had originally taken him to the emergency vet because he was having urinary issues and change in behavior. The emergency vet ran all kinds of test and did find arthritis in his back but could not give a definitive diagnose and since it was the emergency vet it was very pricey. I followed up with the Animal Clinic and they were able to diagnose and treat my cat in two consecutive days. He had a blood clot in his bladder, pancreatitis and a stress induced urinary issue. They were able to dissolve the blood clot with a specialist and it was all in house. They even let me see his ultrasound live. I highly recommend this vet! They genuinely care for the animals and will not try to up sell you on anything. I found my forever pet for my senior kitty!

(reviews copied from Yelp)

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