3005 Randleman Rd, Greensboro, NC 27406
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09/17/2011Provided by Citysearch -
After reading some reviews I had to make my experience known as well. I was fairly new the area and did not know of any vet's. I had a13 yr old Pomeranian named Max. He began having seizures and a friend took me to Dr. Joe. I can't describe how this wonderful man made me feel. He worked with Max and we continued for a yr to try new things for the seizures. Even when I made the decision to let him go peacefully, Dr Joe wanted to try one more thing. He didn't want me to feel guilty in any way. We gave it another week. During that week..Max left me on his own. I went to see Dr Joe and the comfort I recieved from everyone at Southwoods was so heartwarming.
It took me a little over a year, but i got another pomeranian. Her name is Roxie Rae. Guess where I take her for her care?? You best believe it is Southwoods. They absolutely love her!!! I have seen them at work with other animals as well.... they treat them all with love and compassion. I would not trust Roxie with any other vet. Dr Joe is the best and so is Dr. Clark and all who work there.
I also want to say I don't understand how someone can say they are money hungry. Being on disability has been very difficult for me... and Dr Joe made sure Max was cared for and we always worked out something for Max's benefit. I don't agree with that statement""money hungry place"" at all!
Lastly, I could go on and on...when we visit Southwoods..I feel like I'm visiting friends!!! That is how they make you feel and I love them!!!
06/19/2010Provided by Citysearch -
Continues to follow old vaccine beliefs when the AAHA, that they are members of, has shown that to do so, is over vaccinating canines needlessly. Core vaccine boosters are NOT needed every year after the first year and veterinarians KNOW that it can cause adverse effects to your beloved pets. YET Southwoods Animal Hospital, being the money hungry place that it is, continues to do it anyway. Ever stop to think that children don't need boosters EVERY year for the rest of their lives and yet your dog does? Maybe you should read this:
petresource dot com/Articles of Interest/vaccine_debate.htm
aahanet dot org/PublicDocuments/VaccineGuidelines06Revised.pdf
Sad that they prioritize getting you in there so that their bottom line doesn't suffer, but your PET DOES-
Don't be afraid to QUESTION YOUR VETERINARIAN!!!