Do you want a sketchy practiti...
Do you want a sketchy practitioner more interested in aggressively and dishonestly lining his pockets than even displaying the most cursory interest in the health of your pet? Then you've found the right place.
Having just moved to Miami, I was looking forward to finding a vet in my neighborhood for my two cats, especially after one, for the first time in 14 years, became afflicted with fleas. When I showed up at the clinic, the doctor looked at the cat for perhaps 20 seconds and immediately declared that a battery of expensive tests and medicine were the order of the day. He hadn't even taken so much as a blood test. When I asked whether or not a treatment such as Revolution anti-flea or such would be in order, he acted offended and stormed off without another word.
I then went to the front desk where the attendant insisted that my cat had already been given a flea treatment spray with Frontline (he had not) and insisted on trying to charge me for a service not provided. When the truth of the matter became clear, she hurriedly rushed us to the (rather unsanitary and poorly-maintained) examination room where she yanked my cat out of its cage and urgently applied the liquid to his coat in a rather haphazard fashion. Upon returning home, their were still live fleas on him (!). I called to explain this and was told that it must be the cat's "environment" even though he had just been taking out of his cage. Subsequently I called and left a message regarding my cat's health that was not returned. Fortunately, I found a more reputable vet in Coral Gables who examined my cat thoroughly and agreed with me on a course of action and, in doing so, revealed virtually everything that "Doctor" Oscar at Pet House Animal Clinic had said to be false.
In short, these people are just in it for the money and to gouge gullible North Beach residents for as much as they can (I have heard similar stories). Avoid.