Seven Hills Veterinary Hospital
18325 E Girard Ave, Aurora, CO 80013
I have gone here for awhile but seems to get worse every time I go. I feel like they take advantage of their customers. They make you feel like you need to do others things so they can get more money. Also they take your pet away from you and "say" they are doing a exam. How do I know what you are doing when I can't see? You come back telling me my dog is full of anxiety and you can't figure out what the problem is because of it but charge me an arm and leg. Once he was back in the room with me laying down the doctor could have looked at the problem but didn't and suggested surgery possibly down the road. How do you know if you couldn't have even looked at him?? So frustrating once I left I will not be back or reffer this place. Never again!!!
I've been helped by nearly all the vets at this practice and they are all fantastic. Dr. Mullen recently treated my rescue dog for heartworms not once but twice and is genuine and caring. The entire staff is top notch. I wouldn't take my pets anywhere else, and they are the reason I drive from Littleton to Aurora. I've seen a lot of reviews from people b**** about prices, well you get what you pay for and if you don't want the best for your pet maybe you shouldn't be a pet owner. Boarding staff are also increadible!
06/16/2011Provided by Citysearch -
My family has been going to 7 Hills for 20+years. We've had numerous dogs and cats cared for there. The staff has been fantastic, and very caring, especially when we had to euthanize one of our animals. My friend had a bad experience there and left, but I've been there probably 50 times or more and they've always been great. Seven Hills is TOO expensive, and I've been tempted many times to leave and go somewhere closer and lower cost. My animals are part of my family, and so far, I keep going back. If money is an issue, I agree, there are other places that are a lot less expensive. If you can afford it, this is a great vet.
07/22/2010Provided by Citysearch -
The prices are astronomical. our 16 pound boston terrier, Knox just got neutered. He's 6 months old...again, only 16 lbs.... Our bill came out to $426.96!! Previously they had told us it would be around $70.00, but, the 70 dollar price was just for the surgical procedure, not the anesthesia, monitors, etc. I am very disappointed as they didn't even tell us what the cost would end up being. I don't think this should ever be allowed to happen. This was just a regular neutering procedure,there was nothing special involved. I am really very angry about this and won't be returning to them ever again, i don't care how friendly they are...taking advantage of first time pet owners is not ethical.
11/21/2009Provided by Citysearch -
My dog recently had a torn ACL in his knee. Dr Demey explained the nature of the injury and the state of the art way to repair it called a TPLO. He performed this (which is actually pretty amazing - they cut the bone to change the angle and then put a bone plate on it!). Bottom line is that my dog walked in on 3 legs and 2 months later he is back to his normal self! no limping, i have my puppy back! The state of the art care as well as all of the personal care Dr Demey gave us in durning the post op period was amazing. Cant recommend them enough for all of your pets needs!!
02/16/2009Provided by Citysearch -
I love this Veterinary Practice. I actually was going to Mission Veijo which was recommended to me by Dumb Friends, but when my dog started having problems they couldn't give me answers. Seven Hills was highly recommended by my co-workers. Seven Hills saved my dogs life. Without their diligence in solving a hard case she wouldn't be here. They gave me options as far as cost goes, and all things considered, I would do it again for man's best friend!
-and I love the re-model, very professional!
01/27/2009Provided by Citysearch -
First, the vet kept calling me Mom I am my childrens' mom, not my cats! Disgusting. Next they charged me for items without telling me first, then would not take them off the bill. Worst of all, after 1 1/2 hours spent on one cat, she would not give me medicine for the other cat cause she had not seen her. So, I'm supposed to pay another base of $56 for her to look at the other cat so that whatever bacteria they are sharing can be treated?! And let me mention, all of this is even before the report actually comes back on exactly what the cat might have. So, I just spent $150 on one cat to learn absolutely nothing.
07/07/2006Provided by Citysearch -
Dr. Ley has overseen my cats healthcare for 12 years. He is extremely caring and kind and if he is not available, his partners are equally compassionate. Dr. Ley was very helpful and comforting when we lost our oldest cat and has always taken my calls even when I simply wanted to discuss how to manage my other cat's depression over the loss of her companion. He is #1 in my book!