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2015 Sullivan Trl, Easton, PA 18040
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Phone: (610) 252-8541
Fax Number: (610) 252-8541
Fax: (610) 252-8541
We went there for a long time until they killed my Basset Hound by giving her too much lasiks. She went in for a cough, nothing else wrong, very healthy. We also wanted her nails clipped. After an entire morning at the vet, they called and said they were keeping her because she was in congestive heart failure. (She was running and playing the same morning in our yard) They gave her lasiks and she died. Then they charged me $700.00 for the visit. They included the nail clip in the bill. THEY ARE DOG MURDERERS. THEY EVEN DO ON SITE CREMATION SO THEY CAN MAKE MONEY ON THAT AND CUT OUT THE MIDDLE MAN. EASTON ANIMAL HOSPITAL IS A MONEY FACTORY!!!
I am actually quite perplexed over my recent experience with this facility..
My 4 year old cat had been vomiting, not eating or drinking, and very lethargic for nearly 3 days. My husband and I took him to Easton Animal Hospital (first-time there) and it turned out he had a string wrapped around his tongue that potentially went into his stomach. Long story short, we were not able to come up with the $ it would cost for a surgery to cut him open to "see where it is" so they sent us away with the string still attached to my cat's tongue!!
We had made it clear that our cat had not eaten or drank in days, but they didn't even seem to care about that- they never even checked to see if he was dehydrated (which after bringing him to another facility, it turned out he was extremely dehydrated and req'd immediate IV hydration) and basically said if we come up with the cash, we can come back. !?!? My cat was literally starving to death and extremely dehydrated, and they sent us home without doing anything but looking at his mouth. I was stunned.
We asked what we were supposed to do with the cat at home.. if we should attempt to detach the string ourselves (which they absolutely refused to even attempt) and they said we probably shouldn't. Okay...then should we wait around while he starves to death or dies of dehydration until we can come up your money... Pretty much that's what they expected.
We took him to a Vet down the road in Pburg, they were wonderful, helpful and completely worked with us with the money situation. They would not let our cat leave because they knew how dire his circumstance was. And- this place gave us an estimate $500- $900 LESS THAN EASTON. Incredible.
Try out Harmony Animal Hospital before going here. These people obviously care more about getting money than they do caring for an animal that needs help.
03/06/2012Provided by Citysearch -
hi, im interested on doing shadowing with some veternarian in easton animal hospital, i would like to know if theres any way possible of shadowing and how does it work? im really interested in learning on how to become a veternarian, i love animals greatly and i would love to pursue this has a career. can you please help me out. i would like to learn more
01/17/2011Provided by Citysearch -
I am truly sorry for your loss... I am not sure what happened as we have taken all our pets there (4 cats and our dog) for many many years.
Last week,we lost our own beloved dog of 15 years. The team at Easton Animal Hospital, with Dr. Craig as our vet, was caring and compassionate, and couldn't have helped us get thru such a sad time any better than they did. They have always treated our pets as one of our family, with great enderness and kindness.
We had our dog cremated as well - he weighed 98 pounds when he passed away. The box you were provided is standard for everyone, which is also what we received. Anyone who uses their crematorium has an option to select some other urn, or special ""casket"" , after you receive their remains. Also, you would never be allowed to attend the cremation, as I believe it is not permissable by law. The paper you probably signed, as we did, is the release that allows them to complete the cremation, and whether it is single - meaning only your pet - or group - meaning more than one pet at once. It did not mean group as in you could attend. They explained all of this to us prior to anything taking place.
My heart goes out to you truly, as I know first hand, recently , how difficult this can be.
For us, the team there will continue to tend to all our animals as long as we are around to own them.
We've just ""saved"" another dog who needed a good home and lots of TLC, and he has an appointment with them next week to be checked. I know they will continue to provide the same great care and service to our newest family member. We'll never go anywhere else.
Kudos to the team at Easton Animal Hospital. We would recommend them to everyone.
01/08/2011Provided by Citysearch -
I MOVED TO THE EASTON PA AREA IN JULY 2010. I STARTED BRINGING MY 4 DOGS TO EASTON ANIMAL HOSPITAL BECAUSE IT WAS VERY CLOSE TO MY HOUSE. MY 5 YEAR OLD DOG WAS BEING TREATED BY THEM. SHE DIED IN MY ARMS ON DECEMBER 16TH. I FEEL SHE WAS MISS DIAGNOSED. I HAD HER CREMATED THERE. THEY GAVE ME HER ASHES BACK IN AN UGLY WHITE TIN BOX LIKE SHE WAS A PIECE OF GARBAGE. I PURCHASED AN URN TO PUT HER REMAINS IN AND THE ASHES DID NOT FIT IN THE URN. I SPOKE WITH GLENN AT THE FACILITY REGARDING THE PROBLEM. HE SAID I COULD DROP OFF THE REMAINS AND HE WOULD RECTIFY THIS PROBLEM. I TOLD HIM I WANTED TO BE PRESENT WHEN HE DID THIS. I DID SIGN A PAPER THAT SAID I COULD BE PRESENT FOR THE CREMATION. HE TOLD ME I COULD NOT BE THERE
BECAUSE I WAS TO UPSET. I WAS NOT UPSET- I WAS MAD!! HE WAS VERY NASTY ON THE PHONE AND TOLD ME TO EITHER DROP THE ASHES OFF OR NOT. I FOUND A NICE CREMATORY THAT HELPED ME RECTIFY THIS SITUATION AND THEY DID NOT
CHARGE ME ANYTHING. MY NEIGHBOR ALSO TOLD ME HE HAD A PROBLEM WITH THIS FACILITY.
I WILL LET EVERYONE KNOW MY STORY ABOUT EASTON ANIMAL HOSPITAL. AND I WILL NEVER GO
BACK THERE AGAIN.
03/13/2010Provided by Citysearch -
This animal hospital has been the caregiver for our dog, Princess since we rescued her in 2007. She's gone through a lot with them and we've always been given all the time and attention and excellent care she's needed.
The other day, they really showed their colors when my sister-in-law called from work to ask if we could check up on her kitty who was sneezing up blood that morning. She felt awful that it happened to be a day on which she couldn't call off, and we went to pick up Socks and took her there. She was treated with excellent care, with compassion and they really worked well with us given the fact that we didn't have a lot of history on her. Socks' mommy will bring her back as her previous vet was MUCH less than caring. Socks' outcome would have been much worse if she had taken her to her previous vet.
All the people who work at Easton Animal Hospital should be given KUDOS for every thing they do every day.
07/21/2009Provided by Citysearch -
I have been going to Easton Animal Hospital for over 30years. I have always found the staff to be very knowledgeable. I have no problem recommending this Vet to anyone. I called on a Friday night at 4:50 that my dog had jumped wrong and could not walk on her leg; they told me to immediately bring her over and everything was resolved. Three years ago, I had a 14 year old dog, who tore her ACL, the Doctor took the time to call me personally and told me what the pros and cons were to having her have surgery, he spent at least 45 minutes on the phone with me to make sure I knew everything regarding her case, a few months later she went into cardiac arrest late on a Saturday night. After taking her to the ER in Allentown she was moved back to Easton Animal Hospital. The Doctor's not Techs, or receptionists were on the phone with me regarding her health. They even made housecalls.... And when the time came a few days later after doing everything we could for her. They came to the house to put her to sleep. I found that service to be the best because she hated going to the vet, and at least she didn't have to have that anxiety in her condition and at that time. It was more peaceful. Over the years I have had 6 dogs that were patients there, and I have always found the staff to be caring. I can't pick a favorite Doctor, because I have found them all to be outstanding.
I had to do an extremely difficult thing today and euthanize my 18 year old cat, Mozart, He had renal failure and of course his old age. The vet was extremely kind and I really appreciated the fact that she did not immediately want to do a bunch of expensive, invasive tests on him. The techs arranged some time for me to be alone with him and, although I did not want to watch them actually give him the needle, they told me what was happening. They even arranged for someone to come into the room in order for me to pay the bill without having to go into the busy waiting room. It was so hard to say goodbye to Mozart, my cat, after 18 years of having him with me, but they made is as painless as possible. I can't recommend them highly enough.
I've been going to this vet for a very long time. I've never had a problem with this vet however I was worried for a while about going there because the vetrinarian I had always gone to left. I saw him in a store once and I asked him what happened and he said he left because somethings happened that he did not agree with... that raised my suspision about taking my pets there, but he couldn't tell me what exactly happened. I've personally never had any problems though...