We started coming here almost 9 years ago when our cat was on phenobarbital for seizures from another vet. The cat never had another seizure after being on pheno for 1 year. Dr Watson suggested weaning from the medicine and see what happens. Took her off the medicine slowly and never another seizure. She lived another 9 years without seizures. We have taken all of our pets there. Dr Watson is a great vet and all the people there are very friendly.
The only vet I will ever take my cats to
My mom had been using ACH-BS for years now and just recently I had to take my cat Ranger to be euthanized. It was very hard for me because I was very close to him, but Dr. Reese and the entire staff (that I dealt with) were beyond helpful, comforting, and just so around amazing. I will not take my other cats anywhere else. It was also my first time going there, and after just the first phone call to set up the appointment, it seemed as if every one there had already met and become close to Ranger. They scheduled him on the soonest available date (that worked best for us) and made it the last appointment of the day so that Ranger and I could take our time. Never gave us any sense of rush or...
Very Best Pet Sitting Experience Ever!
My babies are 3 dogs and 1 Cat, Buddy Meechi Rosie and Gelato Joyel was my sitter and I couldn't be happier with the entire process. We met, of course, ahead of time and she made me feel all warm and fuzzy. My barker didn't phase her in the least (and she drives me crazy sometimes). I got a text every day and pictures. Knowing my pets were well taken care of gave me such peace of mind, I didn't worry at all! She was kind enough to bring up the mail and take my garbage can to the street!! I am so pleased to know I can go out of town and my pets are being cared for, I am ready to book another trip...Thank you Joyel and Gwinnett Pet Sitters for peace of mind!!! I will tell...
Well worth the money. Best training around!
I had to kennel my dog due to my having surgery. I thought that rather than just putting him into a kennel, I would enroll him in dog training. He is a 73 pound, 10 month old Doberman Pinscher. I chose US Canine's total immersion program. Boy am I glad I made that decision. Not only is my dog very well behaved now, but he had loads of fun playing while being trained. He no longer jumps on people, no longer jumps on my little dog (to play) who is almost 13 and weighs only about 12 pounds, no longer pulls on the leash while we are out walking...I could go on and on. Also the people are just incredible. They love animals and are experts at what they do. Probably most important of all is they...
Time and money well spent
We had a particularly challenging issue that US Canine handled with precision. Last Christmas, we had a narrow window of time to introduce our existing dog (Scout) with a brand new dog. Scout was previously adopted from a shelter and had a checkered past...and while she was a great dog inside our four walls, she was very aggressive towards other dogs...and the thought of bringing a new, timid dog into our house was beyond the realm of possibility. So, we invested in the 2-week immersion program, with Josh overseeing the introduction and taking a very hands-on approach. At the mid-point of the training (one week in), we came up to visit and had our first session with both dogs and knew...