I was very pleased with my visit here! They were able to see us on the same day I called! The staff was very friendly and efficient. The vet took the time to thoroughly examine my princess Bella and addressed all of my concerns! Looking forward to our follow up visit! Hugs from Bella and Ivy!
Best Groomer in Cobb County
I am very happy with grooming services offered by Staci. She is able to accomodate on short notice and my sweet puppy has never looked so great. Staci truly has a special skill for grooming. This was my puppy's second grooming, so she was a bit apprehensive...Staci relaxed her and she looked the best ever afterwards.
I was very pleased with the services I received from the doctor as well as the staff. I brought my cat in for his shots but during the exam the doctor noticed something on his neck. She told me it should be removed right away. I listened to her and scheduled him to have surgery. I am so thankful I did because it ended up being a cancerous tumor. The staff was very helpful and informative with me and answered my questions. He has not had any problems since. I love my cat and will continue going to this clinic. And so will my other animals!
Changed Vets and am very happy
I changed vets over a year ago and I have been very happy with Dr Toth and Dr Chase. The office is clean and there is no waiting to see the dr. The prices are competitive. Dr Toth takes the time to discuss the health of your dog or cat. I needed to discuss the health issues of my aging golden retriever. He was very helpful and did not recommend surgery that was not absolutely necessary nor did he recommend vaccines for an older dog that were not needed. Glad I made the change.
Adopted 3 from here
I adopted 3 wonderful kitties from here and I don't regret it at all! I also used to volunteer here and really enjoyed every moment! I'm amazed at some of the comments on here. What are people expecting when they rescue a shelter kitty? The shelter does not know what happened to the cats before they got to the shelter. The cats area always a surprise - in personality and in their health. Also, this is a not for profit shelter. They can't spend $1000 per cat. That's why they bring them in, care for them as best they can, and work to find a forever home for them. Also, the adoption fee is necessary to provide food, vet services, litter, and upkeep of the shelter. Please keep that...