I first met Dr Wyatt at a farm call where I was boarding my daughter's pony. Her care for an injured horse that another vet allowed to suffer for weeks before they called in a new vet (Wyatt). I switched the pony to her and then all my dogs. I drive over 20 miles to use Tri County Animal Hospital. For the above saying not emergency clinic-- they aren't. They are 24 hour and they call back within minutes. They do NOT stay open 24 hours! As a small animal and farm vet clinic, most their emergency hours work are farm emergencies. They have met me twice at the clinic in the middle of the night-- you call, they'll be there as quick as you can. These vets have slept on the floor next to my dog when she was in their hospital and needed full time care, sat outside the sick pony's stall and cried with me. I have used them for 17 yrs, referred many to them. It would be hard to find more devoted, caring vets for both the animals and their owners.
Posted: 9/26/2012 • Link to this review