Laurelwood Animal Hospital.
9315 SW Beaverton Hillsdale Hwy, Beaverton, OR 97005
Fax: (503) 292-6808
this is the best service and care you can find in Oregon.Dr.Erdman is the best.you will find that not only your pet is in the best care,you will be treated like your family.she is very Honest,she will bend over backwards for you,and will go the extra mile when needed.you can count on her and all staff members.and when you need her she will be there for you,and your pet.this is a very 1st class clinic,the minute you walk in you will get the best service,and always a smile.someone recommended her to me,and word of mouth is the best advertising,of a happy customer.and i m here to pass on to anyone,my experience with Dr.Erdman and staff was the best.i am 60 years old,and will never go to another Vet.if you want the best then give her a call.my name is Steven B. dogs name Shasta..thank-you Dr.Erdman and Staff for everything.you are the best
I had a feeling Dr. Ron Earp was incompetent with regard to many things (diagnosis of internal problems, when to order xrays and other tests, and performing simple palpative exams), but I and my family decided to trust him. Trust my dog's life with him. After 8 months, when my dog died, I discussed my dog's case with 3 other veterinarians, and each was absolutely shocked and dismayed by Dr. Earp's course of medical mis-care. Each stated they would have (1) done a simple abdominal xray 8 months before, and done an xray every couple months thereafter, and (2) done a simple rectal exam 8 months before, and many thereafter. Dr. Earp was confronted with this, and reacted with hostility, became highly defensive, and to my shock exhibited a highly unprofessional and immature way of responding, including ranting voicemails, a threatening certified letter, and a fradulent report to the Beaverton Police Department with Officer White, alleging that he was being harassed, that his office was being harassed, that I was making "multiple personal visits" to his office, "multiple personal phone calls", etc, all of which are false. Dr. Earp is a criminal in my opinion. An abusive, negligent veterinarian, a highly dishonest person, immensely incompetent, and lurking behind his false exterior is a devious businessman who conducts his medical care with the goal of gaining maximal clientele, namely by minimizing ordering expensive tests (xrays etc) thereby making many clients happy because of the lack of expense. He also often prescribes medicine over the phone without asking for an exam, which is a violation of the Veterinary Practice Act. Dr. Earp has been reported to and investigated by the Oregon Board Of Veterinary Medicine http://www.oregon.gov/OVMEB/
01/21/2011Provided by Citysearch -
We’ve taken our pets (Multiple dogs & cats) here for over 12 years but we’ve had pets for over 30 years. He has had special breed knowledge on Great Danes and 4lb Poms that has helped us. Past Vets we used would hurry, try to sell us expensive treatments or play on emotions. Not Dr. Onishi. He will completely explain 2-3 varied treatments options, cover the pros & cons of each with the success rates & possible negatives and let you choose an option that fits. He always has a “Plan B” and explains that before you start on “Plan A” so you’re never surprised. I’ve never had a Vet do so much research to be sure our pets are getting the correct treatment. While he is very current on all the new treatments and specialty Vets, many times he will suggest a less expensive treatment from an old school perspective that works great. After tougher treatments he’ll call you at home/cell to check up on the pet, sometimes after 8:00PM at night and weekends. We tell friends and co-workers about Dr. Onishi & his excellent caring staff and only trust them with our own pets.
12/08/2007Provided by Citysearch -
I brought my kitten, Franny, to Dr. Onishi for her first visit to the Vet since I adopted her from the Humane Society a week ago. The staff was very welcoming, and I could tell that they genuinely love and respect the pets that they treat. Dr. Onishi was incredibly thorough. He and his Vet Tech kept Franny very calm during her check up.
The facility is humble compared to some other hospitals I checked out, but please don't let that deter you from giving them your business. A great Vet, much like a great primary care physician, is hard to come by.
09/28/2007Provided by Citysearch -
Dr. Onishi is very caring and highly knowledgeble. He doesn't rush to go onto the next client, he takes care to ask lots of questions to determine an accurate diagnosis.
He really cares about the pet's health and well being and the staff is great. Don't be fooled by the look of their little office on Canyon road. They know their stuff and are honest, not trying to sell you meds your pet doesn't need or other unessary expenses.
They also offer happy visits when business is slow for you to bring your pet just to get treats so that he or she won't be so frightened when the next visit comes around!