I love them there. I've been through most of the clinics in this town. They have NEVER overcharged me, in fact they've been so upset about the genetic defeat that Breeder was refusing to honor in our contract and there is nothing they can do about it Dr. Koehm told the front...more staff to charge me an Office Visit ONLY as an established patient. In fact I have an appt. with them in 45 minutes; so I have to run b/c they are 20 miles from my house and WORTH THE DRIVE. The difference is all their Vets and most of the Techs are Specialists. I've had to train so many Vets in this town it is ridiculous b/c they didn't know about this or that or even a certain disease one of my Mastiffs had. No Vet in this town at that time had even heard about it. They all know about it now though. U.C. Davis, when they did the crystals biopsy. The Vet called and YELLED at me for allowing my dog to wake up from the surgery. #1 We were at the all night E.R. Clinic. The Vet on duty had never seen neon green bladder stones before nor had Dr. Wilson, who I've known for years when he saw them the next morning before the courier got their to p/u their specimens. These were not stones they were a crystal from a dual hereditary disease. They pulled 5 handfuls of crystals out of him. Being a Mastiff they actually removed his bladder from his body to flush it hoping to get all the bladder stones. U.C. Davis told me I was stupid and my dog would be dead or have to have surgery again in 6mos, He lived another 6.5yrs w/o any other occurrence. He's the oldest Mastiff I've ever bred, let alone owned. Why b/c I refused to follow U.C. DavDietitian'san's instructions on what to feed him. He needed his urine alkalized. They wanted him on SD for kidneys which is made to acidify the urine. I juiced for him every day for the rest of his life to bring his pH up to where it should be. He passed away from old age as a Mastiff's lifespan in only 6-8yrs, he was 12.5yo. He went HOME b/c he was bitten by a brown recluse spider bite when he was 6mo on his hock that was now making his back leg fail. He got to go HOME with 3 women loving and petting him while he got to lay on their cool floor. What more could a man ask for? So if you wish to go to a cheap Vet, go ahead but my Service Dog deserves better than that. Yes, I have been totally disabled for 7yrs but I don't look it. I'm one of these people you get mad at for using the Handicap Space. If you have a problem with their prices ask. I can remember when Vets didn't charge for office visits either. My new Service Rott can detect if I'm going to have a Seizure, my Heart is going to start acting up or I'm going into either a Passout or Blackout Syncope. She almost as many medical problems as I do. She has a Grade 3 Wry Bite, is Auto-Immune, Dysplastic in both hips and 1 elbow, has genetic heart problems and several of other problems. My normal Vet there is Dr. Connelly and I love her so. All the Staff there is great. Since YP just dumped over half of my review, I'm not going to go further into how great she is besides to say she is normally their Surgeon but will take patients when possible.view less
PO Box 60009Reno, NV 89506
From Business: Equine Veterinary Care-Nevada is a Sparks veterinary clinic.
5110 Mae Anne AveReno, NV 89523
From Business: Banfield Pet Hospital® - Our veterinarians are proud to partner with you to proactively monitor the health and wellness of the pets you love. From thorough physical…
I have a wonderful Australian Shepherd who managed to get out of the house and subsequently hit by a car. I came to Dr. Adams on emergency, and her staff immediately triaged my situation, squeezing my poor pup into the schedule. Dr. Adams performed in house x-rays, diagnos...moreing the fracture using her considerable expertise as well accessing her out of state veterinary radiologists to confirm that what she was seeing on film was the only problem. She and her extremely competent staff were helpful, efficient, compassionate and understanding as they went through the charges that an orthopedic surgery would encompass. They ran a comprehensive in-house blood screen to look for abnormalities, and before surgery, explained all of the safety protocols they had in place to ensure his maximum safety under anesthesia. During the procedure, I got updates from staff members, and afterwards, the discharge instructions were extremely thorough and the medications provided were more than ample to cover any post op pain or infection (I would know, I work in emergency medicine). All Creatures performed a complicated procedure, in my mind, to the standards that I would hope my fractured femur would be addressed at a human hospital. The compassion I perceived during this visit is second only to the skill and innate talent of Dr. Adams and her staff. I would wholeheartedly recommend any of my friends or family to this small, personable animal hospital if they needed high quality veterinary care at a reasonable price.view less
Dr. Pierce is a God send.....He is by far the best vet that I've ever taken my dog to. I use to take him to another vet for 6 years. My dog has periods of urinating on the carpet and he has a very hard time walking. When I lift him to a standing position, his back is arched...more. The old vet always said that my pet had a urinary tract infection and treated with antibiotics. I just took him in there last Friday and the once again said urinary tract infection.......My son told me about the Reno Animal Hospital and about Dr. Pierce so I took my pet to see him 2 days ago and he diagnosed him with a spinal injury. He treated him for that and today it's like I have a whole new dog. Just in one visit with no expensive tests. Dr. Pierce is the real deal. He's a dying breed in this time and age. He is in it for the well being of the animal. Not for the money. My dog has a new vet now and will never go anywhere else. Not ever again.view less