Dr. Queck did an amazing job fixing our Golden Retriever puppy's jaw. She and her staff kept us informed and the staff were alway kind and patient when I asked questions. Dr. Queck and her staff were there for us and our puppy thru the whole experience. I will recommend her to any pet owner that needs dental procedures.
I take my cats to get groomed here and Kathy does an amazing job! The front desk staff and the guys in the back are always very friendly and helpful…
3625 Mt Holly Hntrsvl Rd Ste 406Charlotte, NC 28216
206 S Sharon Amity RdCharlotte, NC 28211
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perhaps dr. todd has been in the business too long and lost his passion for it, because he really doesn't seem to be interested in your animals at a…
I have known Dr. Queck for 24 yrs. She has an excellent clinic. Have had 2 dogs and they have always gotten excellent care at her clinic from all the staff. I've recommended Carolinas Animal Hospital to several people.
Very friendly staff made me feel welcome! Dr. Queck made me feel at ease relative to my cats surgery. I would recommend them to anyone who has an animal. Its worth the drive for those who live far away!
EXCELLENT VETS!!!!We have had the most wonderful experiences with Dr. Chambers and everyone at Carolinas Animal Hospital. Dr. Chambers was our vet for our first canine kid, Heather. When we got Abby, we knew this was where we would take her. Dr. Chambers is an incredible vet!! I highly recommend this animal clinic and hospital!!!!
Staff are very helpful and take time to explain everything.
I am so pleased with the level of service my Sammy received from Dr. Chambers and his staff. My original vet who has been taking care of Sam since he was a baby had left to pursue his own practice and now is too far away from our home. I felt since he was no longer there it was time to find a vet closer to my home. I called Carolinas Animal Hospital and we felt right at home immediately upon arrival for his first visit. The icing on the cake is that I no longer have to take him to PetSmart for grooming (which was more convenient for me than traveling to the old vet). Carolinas grooming care is excellent. I can tell the difference in my dogs demeanor when I picked him up from his first bath compared to PetSmart. Dr. Chambers is an outstanding doctor and I would recommend their services to anyone looking for vet office.
Stay away from this vet!! It has taken me over a month since losing our precious little 3.5 lb Yorki "Stang" to be able to sit down and write this review of our experience with Carolina Animal Hospital & Dental Clinic. My husband and I moved to the Charlotte area back in August of this year. Little Stang had dental issues in the past and so my husband took Stang to this Vet due to their specialty for a check-up and it was concluded that he had yet another tooth problem that was going to require extraction. On October 24th, 2012, Stang was taken in for what we thought would be a routine tooth extraction, (several teethe pulled in the past by his Vet in Southport, NC and had no problems, also had been put under anesthesia in the past for another procedure). Our little Stang was taken in at 8:00 in the morning and at 10:00 the Vet called my husband and said there had been complications when Stang was put under and his heart had stopped...My husband immediately called me and I was devastated, but was able to pull myself together enough to call the Vet to find out what had happened. Dr. Queck spoke with me on the phone and relayed what had happened and I told her I would be there immediately, his heart was beating about once every 10 seconds at that time. When my husband and I arrived, it was confirmed to us that our baby had died. Dr. Queck came in to see us and told us how sorry she was and that they had already performed an autopsy on him, yes they had already cut my baby open to try to determine if he had a heart condition, which he didn't. I spent a few minutes with my baby to say good-by and apologized to him for taking him to this vet. I requested that he be cremated and asked them if I owed them anything on my way out and they told me no. When I returned two weeks later to pick his ashes up, i received a $879.00 bill for what they did to my dog!! I was livid and they immediately got Dr. Queck to speak to me. I told her that I knew that they did not intentionally kill my dog, but there was obviously a mistake made and that I hoped that they would learn from this so that it would not happen to another animal, I also told her I was appalled by the amount of the bill, given the outcome. Her comment to me was that she was glad that one of her younger Vets had not performed the procedure that ended in the death of our dog and that she had not run the bill up on me. I have since learned from comparing records from when Stang had been put under for tooth extraction previously, he was given way too much medication to be put under for a dog of his size. The $879.00 included the medicine they gave him that killed him, the medicine they gave him to try to bring him back, the autopsy including a pathology test which I did not ask for and also the cremation, which was $250.00. My husband and I chose this vet because of there specialty and the amount of money it was going to cost to have one tooth pulled was not an issue. I would gladly pay any amount to have my little guy back, but that can't happen. I am writing this review so that whomever reads that is considering this vet, to think more than twice before taking your beloved pet to this Vet. I am confident now what killed my dog on October 24th and it was a MISTAKE made by this Vet! Oh and by the way, against my better judgement, I paid the $879.00 bill on the day that I picked Stang's ashes up, because I was sure that they would send a collection agency after me.. My husband and I are still grieving over the loss of our sweet little guy who was only 6 years old. I hope this review will help to prevent the heart break that we continue to feel from our loss....
Never thought wer would have to bring our Westie puppy into a doggie dentist, but after our regular vet identified out an issue with her lower canines, we took her to see Dr. Duncan and 4 weeks later, all the issues have been resolved! Dr. Duncan and the staff did a great job in caring for Lucy, explaining the options and aftercare followup. We even decided to have Lucy spayed by Dr. Chambers at the same time she had here dental procedure. Lucy now has a beautiful smile :) and her teeth are growing in properly.
I can't say enough about the entire staff. They are all very kind and caring people that treat all of my fur kids as one of their own. I trust that they provide the best care possible. From the time I walk in the door to the time I leave, we are always treated with respect and compassion. I wouldn't go anywhere else.
I have known Dr. Chambers for over 20 years. He is the most knowledgeable, compassionate vet that I have ever met. He provides his cell number in case of emergency. One Sunday I had to call him because my 16 year old Cocker Spaniel, Bernie, had a stroke. It was time for Bernie to go to heaven and I didn't want a stranger at an emergency hospital sending him off. . Dr. Chambers met me at the clinic (on a Sunday morning) and sent him to heaven. He was so kind and understanding. I was so grateful. Dr. Chambers cares for the health needs of all three of my dogs and I trust him completely. One of my dogs was abused as a puppy and she found a friend (Tiffany) at Carolinas Animal Hospital. Tiffany spent a lot of time getting to know Bernice and gaining her trust. As long as Tiffany is around, Bernice doesn't mind visiting the animal hospital. Recently, Bernice had to have 24 teeth removed. Dr. Duncan was the surgeon. She was fabulous, too. She did such a wonderful job. I am pleased to mention that Bernice is recovering nicely. The entire staff at this animal hospital are like family to me. Everyone is so friendly and they go out of their way to be helpful. There is no doubt that they provide the very best care for every pet. When they say, "They treat their pets as if they are their very own," it's true. I believe this is the best animal hospital in North Carolina-not just Charlotte. The staffs' professionalism, knowledge, compassion, kindness and friendliness can not be beat. When I saw that someone gave them a one star rating, I was shocked. That customer must have made a mistake and reviewed the wrong animal hospital because Carolinas Animal Hospital and Dental Clinic deserve the highest number of stars possible. They are the BEST.