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Your Pets....Our Family

General Info
Orchard Animal Clinic is a small animal practiced located in Boise, We pride ourselves in being AAHA certified, which ensures the highest level of medical standards. For many years we have actively provided a safe and structured learning environment for our Animal health technicians, as well as customer care representatives and Pet care/kennel staff. We have a great benefits package, including medical, personal time, and an excellent Personal Pet Care package. If you are interested in joining our team at Orchard Animal Clinic please feel free to fax your resume to ( 208 ) 322-4857. Attention: Stephanie. Orchard is a three doctor small animal practice open six days a week. Our team is committed to providing top quality veterinary care and excellent customer service. We are looking for a team member with an exceptional personality and great organizational skills, previous computer and reception experience is a plus! The veterinary receptionist position will include hours between 7am to 7pm, Monday through Saturday, and holidays. Pay is commensurate with experience. If you are interested in working with a wonderful group of people providing excellent veterinary care and great customer service, please email a resume oac@orchardanimalclinic.com. Please include Veterinary Receptionist in the subject line. You may also pick up an application at or mail your resume to: Orchard Animal Clinic 110 N. Orchard St., ID 83706 Boise Please do not call about this position.
Hours
Regular Hours
Mon - Fri:
Sat:
SunClosed
Extra Phones

Fax: (208) 345-6771

Services/Products
  • Exotic Animals
  • Reptiles
  • Small Animals
Brands
hill's science diet, hills, science diet, wellness
Payment method
financing available, insurance, check, debit
Neighborhoods
Central Bench, Morris Hill
Categories
Veterinary Clinics & Hospitals, Veterinarians
Other Information

Parking: Lot

Specialties: Felines, Avian, Exotics, Cats, Puppies, Dogs, Doggies, Kittens, Birds, Dentistry, Canines

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Karen S.

08/09/2014

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I had a very sick animal. My 1st concern was his comfort. His distress and subsequent physical symptoms persisted for years. All of a sudden he started going down hill. I knew it was his time. I called Orchard Animal Hospital to have an exam. When I realized how ill he really was I changed the exam to euthanasia. Their quote for this procedure was a whopping $195!!! Up from $150 2 years prior.



10 minutes prior to my taking my beloved cat in for his procedure, the Vet called to let me know because of his age, which was 5, he couldn't agree to the procedure unless there was sufficient testing $$$$$$$$$$$$ and treatment $$$$$$$$$$$$ to make, him, the Vet, feel good about euthanizing a very ill animal.



I am not without financial means, but I'm also not wealthy. I could see where his mind was going - straight to his profit margin - at the sake of my ill animal.



I ended up taking him in to the animal shelter which is the only place in town that does a "no questions asked" euthanasia. Their cost $55!!!!!! My cat and I were treated with respect and kindness and I am very happy he is no longer suffering.



My friend who is on the board for the Animal Shelter mentioned to me that the Vets are lobbying the State Legislature to disallow people like myself from using their services. Their reasoning: the animal shelter is taking paying customers from them!!!

This is not true. THEY are pricing themselves out of the pocket book of an average paying client.



Enough is enough!!! It is time for us to do something about this run-away train of unregulated fees that Vets are charging. They go up an average of 10% per year. I do hope something is done, FOR the people, instead of this greed continuing.



I for one have decided to no longer have animals. I make more than the average person by far and I cannot afford their care