Dr. Wilson was recommended to us by a friend after I expressed some frustration with our current animal hospital. Our beloved cat was slowly dying from something that our vet was unable to diagnose. Although we found Dr. Wilson too late to save our girl (I believe Dr. Wilson diagnosed her correctly but we couldn't reverse the damage), we have become clients of Dr. Wilson for life and have begun transitioning our other pet's care to her. Dr. Wilson is terrific, great with our pets and keeps our costs reasonble while providing outstanding care. The staff is great there too. When the decision had to be made whether to put our cat down or not, I wouldn't have wanted to make that decision with any other vet than Dr. Wilson. She really helped me through that horrible day and I have peace of mind that I did the right thing. We will be with Dr. Wilson (and Animal and Avian) for as long as we have pets in our family.
Thank you. i called late on a tuesday night when my little yorkie ate a couple pills (advil) that i had dropped on the floor. needless to say i did panic. i called around to a few emergency clinics and found that most charged over $100 JUST for the exam. animal and avian was much cheaper ($70) so i went. the girl at the desk was really nice, put me in a room right away and the doctor was in immediately. they went over several options and were super wonderful when it came to working with me about payment. i had to leave tootsie there for the night which i wasnt too happy about but they assured me that she would be cared for. they didnt mind when i kept calling to check up on her and encouraged me to call any time. she was in the hospital just 2 days, but was herself when she came back home. i cant thank them enough for saving my best friend.
words cant express. really. words cant express the love i have for this place and the wonderful staff it has. i had two little guinea pigs and every time my husband and i have taken our little piggies to this vet we are welcomed with kind words and everything is explained to us. they are very kind and at the same time know when to tell you if you are doing something wrong. i like that. it helps me help my loving animals. they are also wonderful with the animals. they pick them up so carefully, they speak to the animals very softly to try to calm them down and pet them when needed. on top of all of that while we are in our room while our pets are having tests done they keep coming in the room to give us feedback on the current situation which really puts us at ease. if that wasn't the cherry on top then this one is. just recently (about four days ago) one of our most beloved guinea pigs passed away. we did take our piggy to an emergency vet because it was way after hours. needless to say the emergency vet wasn't our cup of tea but that's not important. they told us that our little girl had either pneumonia or an upper respiratory infection. they told us that they can have someone diagnose her the next morning but by then it would have been too late. kiki died in my arms on our way home. we were both torn. but the reason im even writing that part of the story is because you hear many people comforting others that have lost a dog or a cat but not a guinea pig because to them its just a rodent. today (four days after my kiki's passing) i got a card in the mail from our regular vet (animal and avian medical center) showing their condolences. it made me feel so good and it gave me great comfort that someone, or even a group of people, could share or wish me well during my hard ships with losing a pet. even if just a guinea pig. they understood that for me, kiki was much more than that. she was my little girl. i love this place so much.
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