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23

years

in Business

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A+
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Hours:

Regular Hours

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Phone: (425) 869-2304

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Neighborhood:
Downtown Redmond
AKA:

Animal Healing Ctr

Siegler, Larry, DVM Animal Healing Center

Siegler Larry

Larry Siegler DVM

Categories:
Veterinarians, Veterinary Clinics & Hospitals, Pet Services, Pet Specialty Services, Veterinary Specialty Services
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Parking: Lot, Free

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

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RandiA641

Posted: 5/7/2012

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We have been taking our dogs to Larry

We have been taking our dogs to Larry Siegler at the Animal Healing Center for 15 plus years. Dr. Siegler is a holistic vet and he is the best. We learned about raw and cooked feeding, not over vaccinating and remedies to support the immune system. They are more expensive, they do run late however the vets sit on the floor and connects with the pet. When it was time to say goodbye to Fred we were treated with music, candle light and fluffy beds and a blanket. I can not say enough about Dr. Siegler, he has and we be the only vet I wil ever use. Expensive but I can go in every 1-2 years and because of what I have learned... overall the cost is less than the traditional vet that makes money over vaccinating.

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Gooddogs

Posted: 3/11/2012

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Do NOT invest in a vet relationship at this clinic

I have been taking my aging dog to Dr Reising of Animal Healing Center for the last 1-2 years. There are two vets that run this clinic: Dr Siegler and Dr Reising. Dr Reising was our regular vet. We spend thousands of $$ here. Overall, they are expensive and keep you waiting a fair bit. But the reason I would not recommend them is that in the end when it was time for me to stop extending my dog's life with treatment after treatment and let him die peacefully, Dr Reising accepted my euthanasia appointment, then treated it like a consultation suggesting further treatment, then said that while she did not disagree with my decision to let my dog go (my dog had Cushing Disease that switched into Addison's Disease, had been to an ER vet 3 times in the last 2 weeks, was on opiates for spinal pain, worsening murmur, needed to pee every 1-2 hours) she had just ""done too much euthanasia"" and ""personally could not do it"". Yep, that's right...in the end, when my dog really needed a kind vet and I was barely holding it together at the thought of letting my boy go, she did not provide the professional services of a vet nor the compassion of a fellow human being.

While she did suggest other alternatives (go to ER as they would do it, call a mobile viet or perhaps the other vet Dr Seigler could do it at the end of his day)..why be a VET? and why accept an appointment for euthanisia - just to see if you can milk some more treatment money from a patient? Well, I was charged the $90 fee for 'consultation' so you decide.

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Gooddogs

Posted: 3/11/2012

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Don't invest in a vet relationship at this clinic

I have been taking my aging dog to Dr Reising of Animal Healing Center for the last 1-2 years. She was our regular vet. Overall, they are expensive and keep you waiting a fair bit. But the reason I would not recommend them is that in the end when it was time for me to stop extending my dog's life with treatment after treatment and let him die peacefully, Dr Reising accepted my euthanasia appointment, then treated it like a consultation suggesting further treatment, then said that while she did not disagree with my decision to let my dog go (my dog had Cushing Disease that switched into Addison's Disease, had been to an ER vet 3 times in the last 2 weeks, was on opiates for spinal pain, worsening murmur, needed to pee every 1-2 hours) she had just ""done too much euthanasia"" and ""personally could not do it"". Yep, that's right...in the end, when my dog really needed a kind vet and I was barely holding it together at the thought of letting my boy go, she did not provide the professional services of a vet nor the compassion of a fellow human being.

While she did suggest other alternatives (go to ER as they would do it, call a mobile viet or perhaps the other vet Dr Seigler could do it at the end of his day)..why be a VET? and why accept an appointment for euthanisia - just to see if you can milk some more treatment money from a patient? Well I was a crying emotional mess when I left there but I was charged a $90 fee for 'consultation' so you decide.

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a soft welcome

Posted: 6/13/2010

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exactly what I was looking for

For those of you who are looking for a true holistic practitioner, come here! My experiences with him have been very similar to my experiences with my naturopath. Dr. Siegler's knowledge and skill in nutrition, acupuncture, etc is healing my dog in a way traditional methods had failed. I'm so happy I found this clinic. It's 45 minutes from my home and worth the drive. My only complaint is that their services are more expensive than I expected, though I will pay whatever price necessary to care for my old companion if it works.

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amylie

Posted: 11/20/2009

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Good with Cats

The only reason I brought one of the cats here was because of the free vet certificate I got with him at the shelter. I was very suspicious of the the whole ""natural"" healing bit this clinic seems to advertise. To my surprise they ended up being competent, friendly, and didn't dumb anything down for us. Also, we got some great advice on cat food and general care for our new kitten. Compared to any other vet where they just get you in and out as quickly as they can, they were a lot more helpful and took the time to talk with me about my cat. About the other reviews, I don't think you should expect any miracles like some people seem to. You do have to be a bit more proactive to get them to go with the ""traditional"" approach, yearly shots are an example, but as far as vets go, I prefer coming here and would recommend it to anyone in the area.

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abcent

Posted: 2/14/2009

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Rip off

My kitten had stuffed nose and I took him to this clinic hoping dr Sigler can help him without feeding antibiotics as he claimed. $340 later my kitten's symptoms only got worse, now he has running nose and trouble swallowing. On the end, this vet suggested antibiotics anyway.
The office stuff is nice, but dr Sigler seems lethargic and not interested. He spent most of the visit time to lecture about proper feeding, but I did not hear any new information or anything different from what I found on the internet. I am very sorry I took my kitten to this clinic. I could have done same antibiotics 10 times cheaper.
So, if you have some extra money, you may waste it on this clinic, otherwise, find someone who cares more about the animal health,not just money making with no result.

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abcent

Posted: 2/14/2009

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Rip off

I went to see a dr Sigler because my kitten has a stuffed nose and he claimed that he can help my kitten without feeding him antibiotics. I end up paying $340 for the kittens nose without any result, it only got worse. Now the nose is running and the kitten has trouble swallowing. Dr Sigler tried to talk me into trying another expensive remedies with no effect. On the end, he suggested same antibiotics. So, now I am back to the same result I would have with any ""regular"" vet, but 10 times cheaper.
Dr Sigler was kinda non committal and seems apathetic and disinterested. He spent the visit time mostly lecturing on proper diet, but said nothing new other then information I was able to find on the internet even before the visit. So, If you have some extra money and don't know what to do with it, you may go see this vet. Otherwise, find the vet who cares about animal health, not just money making.

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