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Thank you so much for the level of care that you provided to Miley during the Thanksgiving break. She loves all the attention that Larissa gives her! Thank you so very much!
Area Marietta, GA
Cost Less than $250
Date November 2017
Posted: 11/29/2017 • Link to this review
Thank you for handling my dog's skin issue! I always thought my dog had a food allergy, and I had no idea that it was actually environmental allergies. Dr Phil put a plan together to address my dog's allergies with supplements and shampoos. Thank you!
Posted: 7/10/2017 • Link to this review
Unfortunately, my dog, Lucy, went into labor and she couldn't have the puppies. One got stuck in the birth canal. I tried to pull the puppy out, but it didn't work well, and I thought I injured him. Thankfully, it wasn't in the middle of the night and my regular vet was open. Dr Good is very caring and took his time to try and have my Lucy have a normal birth, but after several injections and fluid, we had to make the decision to have a C section. Dr. Good was very fair with the price of surgery, and I know have 5 healthy yorkie puppies. Thank you so much Dr. Good for caring for my little puppies!
Wonderful experiences with Rodi. She grooms both my two dachshunds and miniature poodle, and she's always willing to discuss changes to the grooms, and she's very fair for the quality of the cuts. I wouldn't take my babies anywhere else!
Took my puppy here for immunizations, fecal check, and a deworming. Dr. Good was very professional and courteous. I did not know much about heartworm disease and thankfully I now know more about this horrible disease.
Thank you so much for caring for my maltese during her kidney failure crisis. It was a very stressful time as I was also dealing with health issues of my own. I appreciate all the followup phone calls. Ya'll are the best!
Posted: 5/05/2017 • Link to this review
I needed to board my pet for 20 days as my house flooded, and I couldn't keep my pets at home with all the construction. Town and Country has a very liberal visitation schedule and they let me walk my dog every day. They you very much for helping me in a tight spot!
My orange cat, Felix, boards there all the time in the 'cat room'. They're the only place that can bath him, too, without sedating him. It's noe easy to bath a cat. Needless to say, he loves town and country. Anyways, Felix just finished boarding for a "prolonged period" due to a urinary blockage. Thankfully, Dr. Phil stayed after hours to care for Felix because I couldn't afford $2500! for the emergency clinic. Town and Country Veterinary Clinic isn't just in for the money! They really care!
We had a fantastic experience with Dr. Phil. He was very knowledgeable about allergies as my shih tzu has been very itchy for several months. I thought it was a diet allergy...it wasn't! He has pollen allergies. I am now on a plan with over-the-country supplements and shampoos, and it's helped big gime! Thank you to Andrea for assisting me in and out of the room! She deserves a big hug from me!
Thank you so much to Dr. Pearse for saving my Golden Retriever's life! I couldn't afford $4000 (REALLY?!) to remove my dog's spleen as there was a bleeding mass assocated with it. Dr. Pearse stayed late to remove the spleen and biopsy my dog's liver for a FRACTION of the price as Cobb Emergency Vet Clinic. Thank you so much to Dr. Pearse! I'm crossing my fingers that it's not cancer! Please call me as soon as you get the news!
I've adopted three dogs and one cat from the Homeless Pets Foundation. I'm very thankful for everything that Dr. Good does to the homeless pets and owned pets in Marietta. you very much, Dr. Good!
I have a dog and she is a 4 year old Labor Doodle. She is one of the most loving dogs you will ever meet. I took my dog to Town and Country Vet Clinic in marietta Georgia for boarding on Saturday morning (April 1st) and I picked her up on Monday (April 3rd). When I picked my dog, she had a very bad scratch on her nose and two knots on her head as if she was beaten. One of the knots had a cut and the other one was a lump. I immediately asked to speak with the owner (Dr. Michael Good). Dr. Good examined her and tried to tell me they were "Hot Spots" and she had them 5 to 7 days before she arrived to his boarding house. The Doctor's statement was not true. I tried to explain to Dr. Good, his diagnosis was wrong. My dog did not have any injury prior to coming to his clinic. I also tried to explain to the Doctor, We just had her cleaned and groomed on Friday (March 31st) the day before drop off and there was no evidence of any injury nor there was no evidence of injury on the Town and Country intake form at his hospital. The animal intake is performed by his staff and written down on his form. After explaining to the Doctor, he ask me to leave and subsequently, i called the police to get a police report of the incident. He also lied to the police by trying to use his status as a Vet Doc to the police in a unethical manner. The police informed me they will do an investigation. His story did not add up. Please be aware of your pets at this clinic.
Area Marietta, GA
Date April 2017
Posted: 4/03/2017 • Last edited: 4/04/2017 • Link to this review
I understand your concerns with Emily, and I hope she is doing better. I'm very sorry that she developed her lesions.
I want to discuss her lesions with you and the possible causes:
1) Lesions on nasal planum - to me, this appears that Emily is scraping her nose on the cage; this may have created the initial inflammation leading to her pawing her nose more and creating more inflammation. There's very little we can do to stop dogs rubbing their nose on cage doors. I strongly recomment a service like Rover.com for future boarding with Emily.
2) "Knots on head"- coupled with testimony from the staff and the assessment by Dr. Michael Good, this was determined to be moist dermatitis (hot spots).
You were provided with a cream for free to apply to Emily's head to treat these hot spots even though they did not initially occur at our boarding facility.
I strongly recommend that you read more about hotspots.
Possible Causes to Emily's Hot Spots:
1) You mentioned that Emily was groomed on 3/31. Grooming / bathing can lead to moist dermatitis.
2) Allergies can lead to moist dermatitis.
3) Thicker hair from poodles and poodle mixes can lead to moist dermatitis.
There are many causes to moist dermatitis.
The scabbing of the hotspot takes time. If you do not believe Dr. Michael Good's opinion, I strongly recommend that you obtain multiple second opinions on the time for a hotspot to scab over.
Now for your other comments. You have accused us of animal abuse. This is a federal crime. We have testimony of staff saying you accused us of said crime and public reviews of these accusations.
What we have is multiple witnesses describing the high level of care that Emily received in addition to video footage of the care that Emily received. We also have signatures stating that you did not want a veterinary examination before boarding that would have found the irritation on the head.
There is no evidence of animal abuse toward your dog.
Because of your fraudulant accusations, we will be suing you under the full extent of the law.
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