I have went to Dr. Sharp for several years for my geriatric cat (16 years). I fully appreciate Dr. Sharp and many of his support staff. Until this year I had been going for minor issues and well checks. This year kitty was diagnosed by Dr. Sharp with hyperthyroidism. Kitty doesn't tolerate meds well, but I am happy to have the vet's patience and willingness to try different things to accommodate her and ensure she is getting the nutrients she needs. I feel Dr. Sharp is very clear and balanced in providing me information via medical books, pamphlets, and his personal history/experience with pets encountered within his practice. Several months later a hard dental mass was discovered, which may likely be cancer. I was extremely concerned about doing a bone biopsy, only to confirm a diagnosis for this geriatric kitty. Dr. Sharp took the time to go over the radiograph impressions (clinical then explain in laymen terms for me), educate me on the possible diagnoses, explain the prognosis from what he knows/has seen, and provide me an overall assessment considering my individual kitty. Then he advised what paths of treatment I could choose from, no pressure. In such a stressful time, it means so very much for someone to take the time to do this so you may make a decision!
Admittedly, during well visits I didn't find anything here nor there to remark on Dr. Sharp's bedside manner. Now that my kitty has had two major issues, I will without a doubt trust that Dr. Sharp is a knowledgeable and compassionate pet provider.