I am not a casual animal owner. I consider myself a pet parent. My pets are my children, and I pay close attention to their health. The receptionist and nurses at this vet are nice people. The vet himself is not. His advice for any animal with a challenging condition is "put them down". He is getting too old to care for animals. I've seen the nurses passing looks between each other when the vet has made statements. I don't know if they just don't agree with him, but there is A LOT of tension in that office. I take my pets there to get their nails trimmed, but I don't trust the doctor for anything else. He's likely to recommend putting my dog down because he has chronic, hereditary dental issues. Seriously.
Posted: 2/25/2011 • Link to this review
It's just Dr. Greene! And his very kind assistants, in a converted country house. One exam room. I've never needed an appointment to be seen (except for scheduling spay/neuter). I am always in and out quickly, even if there are a few patients ahead of me. My animals are always well cared for, and I have never had an issue with service or care. Not to mention it is EXTREMELY affordable. I take all my animals for their initial care/annuals/flea meds/ spay/ neuter, etc. HIGHLY RECOMMEND!
Posted: 2/07/2011 • Link to this review
This local Vet. is always concerned, loving, and available for my pets at any time !!! Never has overcharged--for any visit !! My pets and I love the staff and the Vet !!!
Posted: 12/21/2010 • Link to this review
We had been useing another Vet. for over 30 years, and he retired. A local pet groomer recommended Dr. Richard Green. He was very good with our small dog. The service was superior. We were very pleased with the Dr. and the 3 other ladies that assisted, and made us feel welcome. His prices were less than other Vets.
Posted: 9/03/2010 • Link to this review
I found Twiley Greene through SpayGa. You get what you pay for... cause even though the certificate says "do not pay additional costs that were not discussed prior to spay, the old lady with the long gray hair took my kitten from me without asking for a name... not hardly a greeting or acknowledgment. Which raised concern for leaving my kitten in her care, when I returned they demanded $50 more which was not discussed. The money is not the issue, but the treatment and bull they were trying to pull when they stated, "that cant be possible, i always tell everyone how much additional costs will be." Her haughty spirit destroyed the warm feeling of the country home. Especially when she decided to yell out the issue to the whole clinic (when I made it a point not to cause a scene). I suppose had I showed up on one of her good days, the experience would have been satisfactory. Unfortunately, it was not...
Posted: 4/15/2010 • Link to this review
Twilley Greene is a good old country type vet office. they are always helpful and very caring about our pets and we have alot of them! Very reasonably priced compared to alot of the newer vets. Open limited hours so be sure to call first.
Posted: 3/20/2010 • Link to this review
Given an overdose of medication, my dog remains blind, and will never be the same, thanks to Dr. Green. This is only a first of many reviews to come. I have much more to say....
Posted: 2/24/2010 • Last edited: 3/03/2010 • Link to this review
This is a GREAT standard care veterinary service. I have a rescue and I use them for shots, hw testing, altering, boarding, minor medical issues (allergies, etc.) I do not use them for major medical - diagnostics or treatment - surgeries, thyroid, cancer, heart, stomach, and other illnesses but ONLY because they have just one vet and I don't think they have the life-saving equipment that larger vets have should a pet expire during anesthesia (my biggest fear) - light anesthesia for spay/neuter or dental procedures is fine. I don't use them for my very very senior animals because their needs are extremely specialized. BUT THAT IS JUST ME - MY PERSONAL PREFERENCE and is no reflection on their actual ability or quality of care. I can't speak to what I've never done - just tell you why I choose not to. They can seem a bit "country" but I think it's because they are not very high tech or sophisticated but that is how they control the costs - and it is absolutely no reflection on the quality of care your pet receives - you will not find a better, more reasonable veterinary service in the metro area. Nice people, kind to animals, courteous and respectful to pet guardians, five stars.
Posted: 11/25/2009 • Link to this review
I have lived in Cobb for 30+ years and been to several vets...Twilley and Greene are the best....I no long have cats but my Moms dog CoCo goes there and get curb service. He is a pit and ver strong and she's 86 yrs young.The staff meets her there and handles to dog for her....The staff is great and Bobby is always so friendly. I have sent numberous friends to Greene and they are always pleased by the Dr and staff.
Posted: 3/23/2009 • Link to this review
I have taken my two dogs to Chastain since 2004 and have seen two different vets there. I have been very pleased with both - very attentive and compassionate. The office staff is friendly and appointments are always on time. I would recommend them if you are in the Smyrna area.
Posted: 4/17/2008 • Link to this review