Bay Cities Animal Hospital
696 E Lewelling Blvd, Hayward, CA 94541
Specialties: Felines, Cats, Dogs, Internal Medicine, Doggies, Kittens, Dentistry, Canines
06/01/2009Provided by Citysearch -
I am the type of person who is very picky; I actually complain about every thing or will tell a business off in their face, if I do not like their customer service. I have never had this with BAY Cities. I even used to live in Foster City. I couldn’t find a vet I liked, although I would break my pockets. When I moved back to the east bay, I was very pleased with their honesty. I have found a cat that ended up having cancer. Bobby could have made me pay a lot for test, but he was very honest and had me take one NOT SO COSTLY test that will help me determine the illness, also he has helped me when getting a new pet. They will also tell you other alternatives if possible, rather then you paying a lot for the same thing. They are a very well establish Vet hospital. My mother and aunts use them for many things.
I look forward to being a part of Bay cities customers for many years to come.
Geena and Prada (my two dogs) Love you guys!
It's always a good indicator of the quality of a review when it contains a laughably ironic phrase such as, "THEY DO NOT REALLY SPEAK ENGLISH ALL THAT GOOD AND VERY RUDE", which contains several gross errors of English grammar, usage, punctuation, and ommission of verbs.
Awsome! Criticize alleged poor English with even worse English! Good one, LowBlow!
Furthermore, based on the description, Bay Cities could not possibly have made this dog blind! LowBlow is clueless. Clearly this dog has a variety of acute and serious conditions that pre-existed the visit. Clearly this dog required firther tests - if this fool LowBlow had given them a proper opportunity to care for his dog, they could've come up with a diagnosis and possibly treated the poor thing!
Hey LowBlow: Newsflash: They "talked to you like [you] didn't know what [you were] doing" because you DON"T! And on top of that, you're an jerk! I'm sure that although they were sorry to see that sick animal leave with unresolved health issues, they were elated to get you out of their office!
By the way, $35 for an exam is very inexpensive! My vet charges $50, and that's quite fair. And $100 is not at all unusual for a labarotory test.
AFTER PAYING $35 FOR THE VISIT AND ANOTHER $100 FOR THE BLOOD TEST AND $20 FOR THE PILLS MY DOG HAD MORE PROBLEMS THEN WHAT HE WHENT IN FOR. NOW HE IS BLIND AND THEY ARE TELLING ME THEY HAVE NOTHING TO DO WITH IT. DIRTY AND STINLY PLACE... TAKE MY ADVICE GO TO SOME OTHER PLACE.... I WILL NEVER TAKE ANY PET TO THEM AGAIN... PLUS THEY DO NOT REALLY SPEAK ENGLISH ALL THAT GOOD AND VERY RUDE AND TALK BACK TO YOU LIKE YOU DO NOT KNOW WHAT YOU DOING...