Whitehall Animal Hospital Inc
4199 E Main St, Columbus, OH 43213
Phone: (614) 235-3696
Fax Number: (614) 235-3696
Dayna Linehan DVM
Dayna Linehan, DVM Whitehall Animal Hospital INC
Karen F Henry, DVM Whitehall Animal Hospital INC
Parking: Lot, Free
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
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I had recently moved to the area and was looking for a vet close to the house since we also had just adopted a kitten. When I told the Dr. my boy's ears seemed extra dirty, they discovered he had an ear infection and would need them to be packed. My scared cat was being so obnoxious, but the Dr. and his assistant/vet tech were so calm and loving. The vet tech was so sweet to my boy even though he was acting out. I will continue to take my pets there since the staff genuinely cares about animals. Thank you!
The staff at this Animal Hospital is friendly and caring. Dr. Anne is a true animal lover and has a compansionate heart. She is a caring vet and will work in helping you get the best care for your animals. She will tell you like it is. If there are options she lets you know. I have 2 dogs and I drive about 25 miles to this vet because they are truly a caring team of animal lovers. I have used this place not only for the yearly checkups but for ilness and emergencies. Everytime they have the same consistant care. Just compasion and heart warming care for my animals. They office is clean and professional but not unfriendly. They have it balanced just right. The only time I have ever waited past my appointment time is when they squeeze me in for an appointment during their regularly busy day. Thanks Dr, Anne and staff for taking good care of Daphney and Cruise!
10/26/2009Provided by Citysearch -
I had a mastiff that was hit by a car. Naturally we were freaking out, I was 20 at the time, 2 years ago. We called them because they were the closest and they said take him to medvet. We did and it worked out great they knew they did not have extensive equiptment to care for him, although all he had was road rash on one paw. ANyway they did his bandage changes every 2-3 days. They quoted me $20-$25 but it was always $35 or more. I started to do them myself. But they were friendly and tried to be helpful. They must just stink at math.
10/17/2009Provided by Citysearch -
both of the reviews below were by clients who either did not want to pay their bill after signing and estimate or who wanted a prescription for a cat we had not seen in 8 years. Sorry, can't bill because we don't get paid and its not good for the cat to dispense long term medication without an exam. we recommended an exam and the owner declined. Can't force her to bring the cat in. try calling your MD and getting a prescription if you haven't been to see them in 8 years. They probably won't even consider you a patient any longer. try getting into the exam room without paying your copay first! I am sorry these 2 people are unhappy. But I have other (10,000 plus) happy clients, and standards to uphold.
09/25/2009Provided by Citysearch -
I agree with holding pets hostage.
This place has become cruet and unfeeling.
Let me note my bill was paid in full immediately.
However these people are a disgrace. They
do not stand by each other when temporary
workers make decisions. The head doctor
will not talk to a client when asked a few
questions. If there is adverse feedback to
this review, I will ask readers to refer back to
holding pets hostage review here and at other
sites. Reading between the lines it appears
that they make snap judgments, and engage
in poor or nonexistent communication with
each other and their desperate clients. They
have no coordination of efforts so it's all in the luck of the draw. They used to be good, if expensive, years ago,
but no more. It's really too bad.
05/19/2008Provided by Citysearch -
My cat had a puncture wound in his leg. When I called, they said it would be around $60 to treat. I planned on worst case $150. When I got there it was $500. I put $200 cash down. I said I could post date a check for the remainder 7 days later. They would not accept this. They said it would be $20 per day for boarding. I called back after the weekend. I offered to go ahead and write a check knowing my bank would cover it, but charge and overdraft fee. They would still not release the cat until the check cleared. I wouldn't have cash until Thursday when I cashed my paycheck. They said it would be an additional $575. They neglected to tell me about a hospitalization fee. Altogether...I'm looking at $775 for a puncture wound to a cat's leg.