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Custer, Lamon, Dvm - Dowlen Road Veterinary Ctr

Veterinary Clinics & Hospitals, Veterinarians, Veterinary Specialty Services, Pet Grooming


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Ben C.


Don't know what they're talking about.

I've got a pet chameleon and have done a pretty good bit of research on the diseases they could get. He was starting to show obvious signs of RI and I went there to get medicine for him. All they did was look at him for like 5 minutes and say he was okay and not give me any medicine all they gave me was a print out of the basics of how to care for a chameleon.




Dowlen road animal clinic is one of the best veterinary clinics I have ever gone to and even though I now live almost 100 miles away, I drive all the way back to Beaumont for the care I receive from this clinic and specifically Dr. Lehman Custer. I have raised tiny Yorkshire terriers for years so I am very familiar with many of the vets in Beaumont. Although I have nothing but good things to say about my experiences with these other vets, dowlen road animal clinic is far superior in progressive treatment and knowledge of the latest cutting edge technology. If you are looking for a new vet, don't hesitate to call dowlen road animal clinic and book an appointment with Dr. Custer or one of the other great doctors at this clinic. You will be glad you did.



My dog was starved

I boarded my dogs thinking they would be well taken care of only to find that one of them lost 20 pounds, I called every week to make sure they were eating and was told that they were eating all of their food and were fine but when I went to check on them one of them had lost 20 pounds and looked emaciated I could see all of his ribs he looked pitiful I'm very upset about this I feel like I have paid them to starve my dog, how could they not notice they are supposed to be weighing them every week how does something like this go unnoticed?