Rainier Beach Veterinary Hospital
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- Dunlap, Rainier Valley, Rainier Beach
Young Douglas R DVM Rainier Beach Veterinary Hosp
Young, Douglas R
- Veterinary Clinics & Hospitals, Veterinarians, Veterinary Specialty Services
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Posted: 11/26/2010Provided by Citysearch -
Dr Young and his staff have always been very caring with my pets. They are honest about what's going on and never try to upsell you on services or products. I've taken 3 cats and 2 dogs there. My female dog was spayed there. When I took her back to get her stitches out she PULLED ME into the lobby. She was actually excited to go back in. How weird is that?
Posted: 10/29/2010Provided by Citysearch -
I have visited many different types of Veterinary services on both the North and South end of Seattle in my 16 years here. You would be had press to find a better Veterinary service with a more caring Vet and staff for your Family friend. This not only applys to pets accompinied with their owner but Dr. Young has been known to provided services for animals who are not claimed, the cost is out of his own pocket. I never feel taken advanage of or my pet for that matter.
Posted: 8/30/2010Provided by Citysearch -
Rainier Beach was recommended to me 4 years ago by a co-worker who has been taking her pets there for years. Although I drive 20-30 minutes each way to get to/from, it is well worth it. Not only is the clinic clean and the staff very nice/helpful, but having your pet cared for here is extremely affordable. Dr. Young is amazing...very compassionate. Recently, I had to say goodbye to my beloved cat August and Dr. Young came to my house (at no extra charge and after a long day at work) so that August could spend the last minutes of his life in a familiar, comfortable environment surrounded by those who love him. I don't think that would even be offered as an option in many other clinics. I hope this man never retires. (;
Posted: 8/6/2010Provided by Citysearch -
I couldn't imagine taking my pets anywhere else. This is a family institution that has been in the area for years and doing a great job. I moved out of the area but would make the trek to RBV instead of finding a new vet. To the Dying Pup poster ... grief makes you say things you don't mean, and me as well as all of Dr. Youngs other patients know for sure that what you said was completely unfounded as well as untrue. Be careful of the words you may use ... you can't take them back.
I have taken my animals there for years I would Highly recommend Dr young everyone is very nice.they even take care of my ferretts needs also every other Vet I have called or tried to use wants 50.00 just to walk throught he door Dr young cares more about his patients then Gouging your pocket book.
Posted: 2/16/2010Provided by Citysearch -
the pet owner below is crazy, this is the most caring and low priced vet i have ever been to. My dad has been taking his dog here for 10 years, and i have been taking my dog here for 5 years. Not long after i got her i found out she had Parvo, if you have dogs, you know how serious this illness is. It takes 9 days to run its course, it basically sucks your animal dry while making them unable to eat or drink anything. I took her in on her 5th day of having the illness, not knowing what it was. He immediately pumped fluids into her through an IV and kept her for 3 days making sure she recieved the nutrition she needed while the illness ran its course. Had she not been recieving these nutritions through an IV, she would have surely died. She was maybe 3 months old at the time. For the 3 nights she stayed, plus the IV treatment, and the meds she came home with he charged us $90.00. You tell me where you can find a vet that will keep a dog for 3 days, save them from PARVO, and prescribe medication for $90.00. No where else. he is the best.
Posted: 1/19/2010Provided by Citysearch -
Figaro was taken to this Rainier Beach Hospital, at emergency. He was hit vicious by somebody and lost his use of the front right leg. The doctor did nothing to ease his pain and he died during the next night. The doctor supposed to know if he had chances, then fix him, and if not, put him to sleep. I thnk that he suffered for about 20 hours. He also mistreated two other of my cats. My opinion is that everybody that takes the pet there, are taking risks. I hope it will not happen to you.
Posted: 8/26/2009Provided by Citysearch -
Dr. Young (The vet.) is so nice, and so are all of the workers at this facility. I used to go to another vet and the bills were in the mid-hundreds, and after switching to Dr. Young, there hasn't been one bill over $100 (and thats for 2 dogs at one time), the vet is so much better and so much less pushy compared to the previous vet, the old vet wouldn't give options of care or anything, but with Dr. Young we get to choose what to do, even with something as simple as what flee med to use on my dogs. I am so happy with the way my dogs are treated here, i'll never switch vets again! I recommend this vet to everyone and anyone looking for a vet to go to!