Sacks, Denise R
3308a Edgefield Rd, Greensboro, NC 27409
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11/07/2008Provided by Citysearch -
We would like to thank Oak Ridge Animal Hospital for the great care they provide for our dog. We normally take our dog with us when we travel, this is due to the fact that we had not been able to find a place where we felt comfortable leaving him. Until last year, when we tried Oak Ridge Animal Hospital, we will call during the day and get updates on our baby and they will provide us with feedback as to how he was doing. When we pick him up he always seems happy, energetic & playful. We can tell he is loved and well taken care of. This has made it easier for us to travel, knowing that the staff really cares for our baby when we are not there.
09/18/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I HAVE TAKEN MY PETS TO OAKRIDGE ANIMAL HOSPITAL FOR 7 YEARS AND LIKE MOST PEOPLE I HAVE TRIED OTHER VET HOSPITALS THAT I WAS NOT HAPPY WITH. THERE IS A SPECIAL FEELING THAT YOU GET WHEN YOU WALK IN SOME WHERE AND YOU JUST NO THAT THEY ARE THERE FOR THE RIGHT REASON AND THAT THEY ENJOY THERE JOBS. MY DOGS CAN NOT WAIT TO GET ON THE TABLE TO SEE ALL THE GIRLS AND SEE WHAT COOKIES ARE WAITING FOR THEM.SOMEONE ONCE TOLD ME THAT PETS CAN PICK UP GOOD AND BAD IN PEOPLE AND I BELIEVE THATS TRUE AND IF YOU ASK MY FOUR LEGGED FRIENDS THEY WOULD TELL YOU THAT THIS IS A SAFE AND LOVING ANIMAL HOSPITAL THAT YOUR PETS WOULD LOVE TOO..
06/27/2008Provided by Citysearch -
My wife and I take very good care of our furry companions. They are our children. That is why we were totally unprepared for what happened on May 30 when we brought our 9 year old beagle Susie to Oak Ridge Animal Hospital to have her teeth cleaned. They called my wife an hour or so after she was dropped off to tell us that she had died. They could not offer an explanation at the time but later admitted that a mistake had been made with the anesthesia machine where a valve was not set properly resulting in Susie not getting oxygen during the procedure. She died as a result of their mistake.
There is no way I can forgive them or excuse this as just a mistake. When using equipment like this there needs to be some oversight in the procedure to ensure that a fatal error does not happen. Losing our baby in this way is inexcusable. Our hearts are broken and the only recourse we have since this is ""only"" a dog is to never go back with another dog or cat. I suggest you do the same.