This is without a doubt the best facility in south Florida. They were so nice to me and my pet, I had limmited funds to take care of my cat, and when all the vets arround town said NO to help us, Clint Moore Animal Hospital Said YES!! they did Emergency surgery on my cat and saved her life!!! They work with my on the financial aspect and my cat is now home. Thank you for caring!!!
Posted: 10/18/2010 • Link to this review
Very disappointed!! My friend rescued a beautiful young feral cat who she wanted to take home and tame as she had done with another cat. About a week before she rescued the cat & brought it to their clinic, the cat had bitten her. When she brought the cat to the clinic, they said they had to wait about a week to see if the cat had rabies. After more than a week, at my friend's request, they spayed the cat, gave it its shots, and bathed it. They said the cat had no fleas & was in very good health. My friend paid they a lot of money & then took the cat home. The cat wouldn't eat and began vomiting within 2 days of being home. My friend brought the cat back to the clinic. The cat's health deteriorated after that and they would not discuss its condition with my friend. We don't think they really did anything for the cat because it was a feral cat and they didn't care. Also, the staff was very rude to my friend on the phone. After almost a week, they decided, without contacting my friend, that they would kill the cat, and send its head to animal control to have it tested for rabies. When my friend called them and asked about the cat's condition, they would not answer her-probably because they had already killed the cat. We feel they did not give this cat the care it should have received, that they should have been communicating with her, and they should have given her the opportunity to make the decision to take the cat out of there to another
Posted: 6/10/2010 • Last edited: 1/13/2011 • Link to this review