I've been taking my two cats (litter mates) to MVH for over 17 years now. The cats have enjoyed great health for the entire time. In fact, it was just over a year ago that I was still asking my cat-experienced friends "when do they start aging? They still seem so young." Well, cats, like humans, do age and they get old and one day they leave us. I'm grateful that my cats have had such great care throughout their entire lives. I feel like the people at MVH treat my cats and myself like family and, when the one cat developed diabetes a few years back they bent over backwards to make sure I could care for him and keep him happy and healthy. I really can't speak highly enough about the good people there.
Posted: 12/01/2008 • Link to this review
Be very careful when bringing your pet to Madison Veterinary Hospital. When they are good, they can be very good but when they are bad, they are dangerous. They tend to get lax after awhile, missing important tests and not being open to the possibility of other things going one with your animal. They can be very rigid and unwilling to consider anything but their own opinions on treatments and diagnosis and ultimately this pride can kill your precious pet. Watch them like a hawk. Do not leave questions unanswered by them. Their know it all attitude will sneak up on you and it will be too late. Also they are not dependable alot of the time and you have to demand what should be expected. For what you are charged and treatment received,you better go in there with some knowledge about animal illness. They can be good but they can be very bad. You really have to watch them there.
Posted: 9/26/2008 • Last edited: 1/26/2009 • Link to this review