Piedmont Animal Hospital
783 Piedmont Wekiwa Rd, Apopka, FL 32703
Phone: (407) 880-8053
Burton, John, Dvm - Piedmont Animal Hospital
Metzger-Smit, Kathy, Dvm - Piedmont Animal Hospital
Specialties: Farm Animals, Acupuncture, Felines, Ranch Animals, Cats, Pocket Pets, Puppies, Doggies, Kittens, Canines, Livestock, Large Animals
Terrible vet and she is the owner, has zero compassion for your pet can care less took my little dog there to get her ears ears checked and my dog nipped her because she was not handling the dog the right way and she called animal control on me to take my dog away this is on believable she is a vet it comes with the territory after I apologize so many times she totally did not say a word to me and stormed out of the room terrible place terrible thing to have to go through I will never go to this vet again and would not recommend anybody to go to this place very bad experience she needs to be fired she's old and her time is up
I've been taking both of my dogs here since they were puppies. They have always gotten me in right away if my dogs were sick and they always take time to talk to me and answer all of my questions. I have sent a lot of my clients to them and a few of them told me that the vet actually came to their house to give their dogs medicine because they couldn't transport them. All of the vets and staff are very caring people and I will continue to use them for as long as I have pets.
After having four dogs cared for by the doctors of PAH over the past fifteen+ years there has never been a more compassionate or responsive group.
Pets cared for at PAH receive only first class care and loving attention. Your pet is treated like there own children. Only someone who has compasion would send condolence notes and plants in symphothy at a pets passing away.
Thanks for being there for us and out dogs!
I found that this clinic, its staff, and its veteranarians were very unresponsive to me and my pets. In one instance, my cat was diagnosed with cancer in her eye and the doctor there recommended that she see an eye specialists for surgery. I called the office about three days later to find out when I would hear about the eye specialist. It took me three weeks of hounding them to get the name and number of the eye specialist that my cat, Blinkie, needed to see. I even tried calling the owner of the hospital and he wouldn't not return my calls. When the vet finally called me back, she said that she was waiting to hear from me about whether I wanted to see the eye specialisldt. If an animal has cancer, you would think that the vets would be very concerned and on the ball. These guys were not!