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How does your veterinarian make you feel valued?

Does your veterinarian do something special to make you and your pets feel welcome? What's the best experience you've ever had at a veterinary clinic? What do you look for in a good veterinarian? Would love to hear your comments!

Asked By: - 12/17/2012
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Not only knows my animals by name but will take time out to say hello to them/us even when he's busy. Knows my dogs' medical history without even looking. He doesn't charge for insignificant little things just to make an extra buck and yes, will give a discount whenever possible. After my dog's surgery the vet... More
Answered By: Steph - 12/17/2012
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They know me and my dogs by name. I see them at dog shows, rescue events, pet rallies, and they give me a "frequent customer " discount lol
Answered By: JenVT - 12/17/2012
 
Mine always looks happy to see my cat. He is gentle, allows my cat to roam and works with his movement. Doesn't hold or strap him down... More
Answered By: Leo D - 12/17/2012
 
My vet knows my family by name and knows my dog by name. She takes the time before even looking at my dog to say hello and ask how we're doing. She'll get down to my dogs level and talk to her and pet her. She also gives her treats to make the experience better (my dog is a big dramatic baby). My vet also genuinely... More
Answered By: Chelsea Lately - 12/17/2012
 
I'm not sure that they do, and their prices inflate out of all proportion to people's wages. They're always professional and attentive though. I guess being a multi-vet practice takes away a lot of the customer friendliness.
Answered By: G'hound - 12/17/2012
 
They know me and my dog, they listen, answer question and answer question no matter how simple they seem. They were very kind and gentle with our Dalmatian when she got older and had trouble walking. They would get out rugs and lay them out from the door to the exam room because she would slip and fall. They cried... More
Answered By: Horse Lover - 12/17/2012
 
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