I love this place. My dog, Kuma, was diagnosed with a spindle-cell tumor. I am unemployed and am going to school and the receptionists helped me find a credit provider to help for the costs. It was pricey for the surgery and after-care fees, but what can you really expect for surgery costs? I did have to cut out some extra testings because I had to monitor my finances but I was pleased with the care they gave her. I was stressed because they wrapped her bandage kinda weird after we picked her up and she was bleeding a lot and we had to bring her back right when we just got home, but I figured it was because her wound was an open-wound, which was tricky, and it was hard to stop the bleeding without cutting off her circulation. They seemed real sincere about the mistake and those things happen so I was not bothered so much as just stressed about my best gal, Kuma. My doctor at the time was Dr. Hilinski. He was great! He performed the surgery too. Right now my dog is back in the care of Rolling Hills Pet Hospital for geriatric vestibular disease. She is almost 12 years old. I had to call in for an emergency office visit this week because her symptoms were very acute. I had to skip my scholarship award ceremony as well but it was worth it for my dogs health. This time I had Dr. Shebel. She is so nice. I cried when they gave me the initial plan and costs because I knew I just couldn't afford it. However the nurse there, Wes, who helped me also during Kuma's cancer surgery was very compassionate and told me that he understood and they'd try to find a different plan based on my budget. It was so comforting that the Dr. Shebel and Nurse Wes were very considerate and understanding that I love my dog but I had to find another way. Their compassion alone was wonderful and I will always remember that.