I have had the absolute pleasure to know Dr. Schiebert for years, due to our children as a friend (who never quite mentioned what she did for a living) but came to know her recently as a veterinarian. She kept me calm and informed during my senior AmBull's cancer scare, did a thorough investigation of my 15 year old Chihuahua's "concerning cough" and recently spayed our newest addition to our family. Their prices are fair, the staff is incredibly kind and informative, answering questions with all the patience and attention you'd expect of a medical team. If we were allowed ten stars, they'd get tens across the board.
Posted: 4/14/2013 • Link to this review
We were referred to Dr. Barnes by our specialist at VCA Animal Hospital. Dr. Barnes has been amazing taking care of our dog, Pearl, who has a blood disorder. Our dog is skittish, having been through so much over the years and hates the white lab coats. Dr. Barnes understood and always removes her coat before visiting Pearl. She thoroughly examines her, finds out as much as she can about every aspect of my dog's life to assess the best remedies and also checks up on my dog on her own time. I appreciate that she is so caring and a great Vet. I would highly recommend her to anyone who loves their pets and want to give them the best care.
Posted: 12/23/2008 • Last edited: 4/14/2013 • Link to this review
This is the best Vet in Town... probably the best vet I have ever been to. We have several dogs and cats and have been going to them for care for almost 10 years. The Doctors spend a lot of time in the rooms and explain everything. The staff is very caring and sympathetic. They always give me an estimate for what the care will cost before I leave my pet. Often times they are under their own estimate. If they need to go over it, they will call first. They have all the latest things, like laser, ultrasound, endoscopy etc. They even had a specialist come in to perform a knee operation on my pet when he tore his cruciate ligament. All the Doctors are the best and actually diagnose the problems instead of just throwing out unnecessary injections or medicines. If you need a vet go to Shadowridge Veterinary Hospital.
Posted: 2/17/2008 • Last edited: 4/14/2013 • Link to this review