Dr. Holland is fabulous! She's great to her patients and their owners. Plus, the clinic doesn't try to charge you an arm and a leg for veterinary services. My dogs love her and she really cares about each and every animal that comes through her door.
Posted: 6/03/2008 • Link to this review
We recently just saved our dogs from neglecting owners. In the second week of having him, we took him to Fair Oaks to get a check up and his shots, so he could eventually be groomed. When Dr. Holland walked in she made rude comments about the condition of our dog, even though she was just told that we basically rescued him. The way she treated us was very unpleasant and rude. Whenever we asked her any questions, she would give us sassy remarks, not even answering the question asked. The rest of her staff was nice. The groomer, was very friendly as well, which was why we went back to Fair Oaks for the grooming. When we got our dog back he was not the same. He walked sideways and hid under the bed for 2 days. We took him to another vet to see what was wrong with him and the vet pointed out that he had cuts everywhere on his body including around his eyes. We ended up paying $200 to fix the problems that THEY caused for a $50 grooming. I will NEVER go back to Fair Oaks again.
Posted: 7/16/2007 • Last edited: 3/22/2008 • Link to this review
Dr. Holland truly cares about animals. She goes above & beyond the call of duty in our community, doing lots of "pro bono" work on abandoned & abused pets. Compassionate staff, & lower than average prices for this area. She even treats exotics, like reptiles & birds. A wonderful vet!
Posted: 6/27/2006 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review
I recently moved to GA and was in need of a vet/groomer. I made the mistake of taking my two long haired dogs to this place for grooming. Let's just say besides the vet insulting me, making me sign off on the charges like I couldn't afford their services, the groomer was clueless. My dogs have never looked so bad in their lives. On top of the bad haircut, she brought one of my dogs back bleeding, wasn't going to tell me and when I asked about it, admitted cutting her to the quick while clipping her nails-and this is supposed to be a professional. Let's just say I could have done better with a weed whacker.
Posted: 3/20/2006 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review
So, I went in for a routine visit and first thing she says is how much my bill is going to be before even touching the animal. She handed me an estimate?! I might have not looked like I could pay (dirty from yard work), but is this the first thing you do? The next thing was that she was really annoying to her technician...ordering her around the table. She interrupted me several times and suggested a treatment option that "I could afford". When I told her how much I made per year, she shut up really quick. This clinic is in a depressed area, but I have to admit that I was offended.
Posted: 2/27/2006 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review
We took our first puppy to this vet. The vet took a personal interest in Frosty and followed up on how he was doing. We have been going there for over 11 years.
Posted: 11/14/2005 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review