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2815 N Clay StDenver, CO 80211Map & Directions
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07/09/2010Provided by Citysearch -
Do Not under any circumstances use this Veterinary, They over charge on everything. I asked what they would charge for heartworm medicine and then looked online. The price difference is unbelievable. You will notice that there are other reviews on here that talk about them bascially being all about your money. It's true. Their waiting room is self evident of that. I spoke with the assistant regarding the overall health of my dog which I stated was good overall. The vet then came in the room and stated, "" I understand that you think your dog is perfect."" Never will I use them as my veterinary and I am taking it upon myself to tell everyone I know not to take their animals there. However, if you want to be overcharged on products and services and be treated like crap, then this is the place for you.
08/28/2008Provided by Citysearch -
We took our 2 cats to Dr. Larson and she was great, very friendly and helpful with all of our questions. We couldn't get our one cat to take one of the tests so she volunteered to keep him a few hours until it worked out. We were running late to pick him up and they were great about it, they even stayed late to answer some more questions we had. They didn't try to sell us anything that we didn't really need, she made suggestions for things we could/should do in the future but there was no pressure at all. I thought the prices were reasonable for the services we received. They called us back to follow up on everything they said they would, they even helped me find a cheaper new food than the one they had in stock, to help with one of the cats issues. Over all I would recommend this vet to anyone. They were great! We'll be back.
06/11/2008Provided by Citysearch -
Well, I would like to update everyone on what the outcome was. The owner & Dr. that saw Lava Girl did return my call within the hour - which I do appreciate. She offered to refund the money spent on the exam that was given (that I didn't schedule). I think given the situation, that was a fair resolution.
What I recommend if going here - Just make sure you verify what the appointment was made for with the receptionist while scheduling and when you show up in order to keep this from happening.
I understand that mistakes can be made, it can just be frustrating - especially when it costs money. ***FOLLOWING IS THE ORIGINAL REVIEW***
I cannot even believe how upset I am right know with this place. My dog needed one - ONLY one vaccination updated. She has been in one other time, so when I made the appointment I was quoted $22. Since it was just an update on a vaccination there would be no charge for an office visit. Well low and behold, by boyfriend calls me on the way home, and somehow they got him for $92?!?!?! what in the world? I called them and Stephanie the receptionist doesn't seem very helpful at all, now i have to wait for the Dr. to call me back so she can explain how one $22 vaccination turned into $92.
Oh and to top it off, all they did was try to upsell everything from the second they walked in the door. Nothing like going to a vet and having to deal with high pressure sales people. Go to Planned Pethood, it's close to downtown and less than half the price of this place!
05/31/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I took my new dog here for a new puppy check up from the Denver Dumb Friends League. I had many questions and concerns , the staff took time with me I did not feel rushed. At least 30 minutes into the visit I knew about Heartworms and what vaccines I would need to follow up with. My puppy reeally seemd to like everyone there also and thats whats counts!!! It was hard to get a parking spot near by the day I went, but who knows if that is normal.
03/22/2008Provided by Citysearch -
We brought our dog in for some simple testing for a bladder infection and refills on some prescriptions when we moved into town and was not impressed with the service at all. We never recieved the test results for the bladder infection after we paid them $200. They also kept trying to upsell us on additional tests, xrays etc. when there was nothing wrong with our dog. I would avoid going to this Vet unless you like poor service and high pressure sales people!
02/20/2008Provided by Citysearch -
We recently adopted a cat from the Dumb Friends League and needed to find her a veterinarian for care. A friend of mine that I work with recommended this office, as her two cats are patients. I didn't quite know what to expect, but I definitey trusted my co-worker to make a solid referral. She was definitely right! UVC is located in the highlands area off of Speer and 29th Street on the first floor of a lofty-looking building. The office isn't that big, but functional. Our doctor is Dr. Larson, and was really great with our cat. Bridget at the front office was also a pleasure to work with. We've only had an initial visit, and we have another appointment today for some vaccinations, but I definitely get a good vibe from this place. KJ at the front desk is also very helpful anytime I call. There isn't a lot of parking in front of the office (like 4 or 5 spots?), but we had an appointment on Saturday morning, so I'm guessing they were busy. I would recommend UVC if you live in the area and need a caring office to bring your pet for care!