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The support staff/assistants are friendly; the vet (frieberg (sp?)) seems to have very minimal social skills and seems to be put off with too many questions. I've been there 3 times - once for a full vet visit and the other times for inoculations. The two non-vet visits he neither acknowledged me or my dog while putting his attention on the younger assistant behind the desk. I would expect some sort of acknowledgement or greeting. He also has a great card in his office (in plain view of the waiting area) stating something to the effect of ""50 worse jobs."" Very tacky. I personally view veteranarians still within the customer-service sector and think this guy may need to go back to a lab. He obviously doesn't enjoy nor take much pride in his job. \r \r On a side-note. I had to go back because of a mistake they made. I had to then repeat- The second time I visited I had to witness an extremely distraught/sobbing woman exiting the front door and heading to her car. 30 seconds behind was a large box obviously containing a dead dog, out of the main entrance into a different vehicle. Is there not a side door? I would rather pull an ""Of Mi ce and Men"" than go there to have my dog euthanized.