Posted: 3/2/2011Provided by Citysearch -
After my cat's vet moved away I spent a good 2 and a half years trying to find a vet that I like. I asked all of my friends with pets where they go and 4 different people all referred me to Aerowood. I figured I had to give it a try.
I ended up having to make an appointment because one of my cat's ears were bothering him. The receptionist who anwered the phone and scheduled my appointment was very friendly, very patient with all my questions and I had no trouble making a next day appointment.
When I arrived for my appointment I was very pleased to find that they have one enterance for cats and one for dogs. This was very pleasing! My cats are terrified of big dogs sniffing at their cage the way they have had other vets.
The lady who checked me in was very nice and very quick to input me as a new client in the computer system.
Once I was in the computer system, I literally only had about a five minute wait before I was seen.
I saw Dr. Nogle, who is actually a co-owner of the hospital. He was very kind and very gently handled my very frightened cat.
He ended up diagnosing my cat with ear mites. He took the time to explain everything to me including what we needed to do to treat him, possible effects of the antibiotics, etc. He and his assistant also took the time to show me exactly how to put the medication in his ears and even sent me home with the tube they did the first dose with for free.
I 've already scheduled my other cat for his yearly check up. I am so pleased to have FINALLY found an animal hospital I can TRUST. Anf on top of that, they are 24 hours and literally a 3minute drive from my home. I feel so good knowing that if anything ever happened to my cats, not matter what time of the day, I can count on Aerowood.