Cibolo Canyons Veterinary Hospital
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Phone: (210) 585-2094
Phone: (210) 807-8885
In 2009 we boarded our Field Springer Spaniel at a local facility, her first time ever being boarded. My husband was already on a plane headed to LA on business and I to Va. for a family wedding. Two hours after dropping her off I received a call (as I was boarding the plane) that our dog had been seriously injured. She was taken to their vet and 4 days later when my husband was back home he took her to CCV which was our first visit to the practice. She had to have another surgery and this time we knew she was in good hands. My husband called me 2 times a day for two weeks to give me a report and could not stop talking about how wonderful Dr. Fehlis was being to him and Abby. This past July our sweet girl suddenly became ill. After a week or so of testing Dr. Fehlis told us she has Addison Disease. She said we should call with any questions or concerns and we did as well as the staff calling us to check on her. The entire staff is friendly and professional. We used to live 5 minutes away, recently moved and we now drive 25 minutes for visits. I love seeing both Dr. Fehlis and Dr. McGlothlin. They are both wonderful vets. I know one day we will move back East closer to family and I will miss them terribly. My husband and I have great trust in them and great respect for them. You cannot go wrong by using CCV!
You simply cannot find a better veterinary hospital than this one. Doctors McGlothlin and Fehlis simply are the best vets I've encountered, and I've encountered a few. Dr. McGlothlin has been our vet since 2009, and we have her to thank for giving us 25 additional months with our minpin when we all thought he would die from renal disease. When we had to have him euthanized just yesterday, Dr. McGlothlin was the most caring, sensitive. expert professional we could have hoped for, yet she was straightforward about what would happen and we appreciated it all so much. We also had occasion to chat with Dr. Fehlis on one occasion about our other dog and found her to be similarly professional and caring. The CCVH staff is second to NONE. There is not a single person there to whom we would not entrust the life of our dogs. In fact, several of them housesat our older dog and we had not a single moment of anxiety about the little guy while we were gone. The facility is state of the art technically, and the docs and techs truly know how to use them to best effect. But beyond that, it also has a room for pet parents who are having a pet put to sleep. It is comfortable, very private, and can be accessed through a rear door so grieving parents don't have to endure walking through the waiting room. My husband and I love and admire these people and we wouldn't entrust our animals to anyone else.