Pet Services in Fort Worth, TX

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Happy Tails Too
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19. Happy Tails Too

113 NE Johnson Ave, Ste 300Burleson, TX 76028

(817) 953-6105

We have been using happy tails for years! Our fur baby Damien knows when we're going and can't wait! We've always used the Rendon location and coul…

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Hagan Russell Dr
Teresa P. rated

Russ Hagan has been my vet for 30 years. There is no one better or more caring. He worked on everything from horses to chihuahua's. And always went above and beyond.

The Cat's Meow Veterinary Hospital
Manny M. rated

I wish I could give Dr. Susan and her staff another star. This practice offers more than just veterinary care. They loved our cat and always treated her with compassion, dignity and tenderness.

Bill Whatley's Dog Training Services
Phyllis L. rated

I needed a trainer for our new rescue Boxer and didn't know who to go to. I found Bill online and an so happy I did. He provided excellent training for our dog. He is very professional and provides a training manual along with personal training. I highly recommend him for all types of dog trainng.

Boat Club Road Animal Hospital
Brooklyn W. rated

Today was my first visit with this vet office and I was very impressed. Dr. Hollars definitely knows how to handle large parrots like mine! Every other vet I've taken my bird to just gets him in, pokes around at his head, feet, and belly, and sends me on my way. Dr. Hollars not only took the time to calm him down but spent time talking with me about his past, his diet, his behavior, etc. I will be taking him back to the Boat Club vet from now on.

Ridglea West Animal Hospital
Deanna A. rated

Well this vet just saved me 3,000 in unnecessary surgeries that. Another vet was recommending for my dog.Managed to save my sister half her vet bill by saving two of her cats absessed teeth through s thorough cleaning.And when I found them in 2007 diagnose my dog that 7 other bets missed.I'll stay here.Thx.

Ridglea West Animal Hospital
Phree P. rated

"Dr." Verwers didn't do a full exam and then misdiagnosed my animal and suggested that I give her enough fluids that would have put her in cardiac arrest. After 3 calls he finally called me back and rudely and unprofessionally stated that he should charge me $90 for reading her previous records and that he could go ahead and charge me $300/hr because that is what his time is worth. He should take his $300/hr and get educated on bedside manner. Since I first made this post I took "Dr." Verwers to court of which not surprisingly, was a no-show. The judge basically said that there was no case since animals are considered property in the state of Texas. Also, because "Dr." Verwers wasn't there to defend himself there was no case. So enough is enough. I firmly believe in if I post my review on YP.com and tell 2 friends and they tell 2 friends and so on and so on maybe he will feel it in his back pocket and get a clue when he starts losing business.