Thanks Dr. Stein, Euginia and Laura! My dog needed an operation the day before Thanksgiving, the whole staff re-arranged their schedules to accomodate her needs. She was treated with compassion and even bandaged in a pretty little pink wrapping! I was sent home with meds and emergency contact numbers. No un-nessacary tests were done, no extra after office charges, and a very welcome low bill! I would also like to mention that M. was rescued from a box dropped off at his office, they took her in, cleaned her up and gave her shots..and I got lucky, she came to stay a few days, and decided this was home! Caring -compassionate-fair treatment is what you get here. Don't let crazy posters with personal problems warp your views. My girl would be dead if it was not for Dr. Steins office staff saving her from a hot sealed box in the summer!
Posted: 11/28/2008 • Last edited: 12/02/2008 • Link to this review
I have been taking my dog to dr stein now for 13 yrs. He is a great vet. He is kind and compassionate. He is not over priced like all these other vets that are only instreted in your money. He has helped my dog many of times a lot of times at no charge. The staff is great and the office is well taken care of. I reccomend everyone with a pet should go see him. That laura the office manager is great she is far from mental. The nut job person writing these nasty reviews about Dr stein and his staff should seek some medical attention quickly because you need some kind of medication. Also you should learn how to spell. Did i mention that Dr stein was featured on an episode of animal precient where he gave medical attention to a dog for free. Dr stein is one of a kind better than all the vets in bklyn. He listens he doesnt rush you out of his office and he would never turn you away because of your finincial situation. So please dont listen to lies put on by nut jobs that might not like him for what ever the reason is. Try him once and you are guaranteed to love him. written by sharon a customer for 13 yrs.
Posted: 11/18/2008 • Last edited: 12/02/2008 • Link to this review