Dominion Animal Hospital
795 Station St, Herndon, VA 20170
Phone: (571) 441-2802
Phone: (703) 520-7015
Phone: (703) 956-1550
Fax: (703) 437-4743
Fax: (571) 441-2802
Wallace, A C
Boone, James C, DVM Dominion Animal Hospital
A C Wallace DVM
Specialties: Felines, Medical Facilities, Dental Care, Pharmaceutical, Cats, Puppies, Dogs, Doggies, Kittens, Dentistry, Canines
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I can't speak more highly of Dominion Animal Hospital. I've been taking my cat to them for several years now. I first visited them after my cat was mauled by my neighbor's dog. They took magnificent care of my old guy and they discovered he was developing diabetes. With treatment and diet changes he's doing well. I've never experienced a long wait, not even when the lobby was full of patients. The Doctors are top notch and their front desk staff is friendly, courteous, and efficient. Also compared to other Animal Hospitals in the area their charges are very reasonable.
A year ago my family took our cat to this vet because he was beginning to lose a lot of weight. They looked at him briefly but refused to fully examine him because they claimed he was too aggressive and they could not do anything unless he was sedated. Then a week ago he fell and smashed his face up really bad so we took him back. They told us that he was going to be okay he had just ruptured a blood vessel and banged up his eye but no broken bones. Of course he wasn't eating so they were going to keep him until he was. The next day they sent him home saying he was eating again. Of course when he got home he was not eating, and he was making a clacking noise but they claimed it was just him breathing. Both these things turned out to be lies. Well yesterday he got sick so we took him back and they finally took a thorough look at him and said he cracked the palette of his mouth, and that his liver was failing from not eating. They told us that for $3000 they could put him on a feeding tube and do surgery to fix his palette. We decided to take him to another vet today to see what their opinion was. This vet had told us that if a week ago they would have addressed the eating situation they could have put him on a feeding tube and get him healthy enough to endure surgery. This new vet also pointed out that his palette was not cracked it was his jaw. Because Dominion did not thoroughly examine our cat a week ago we were faced with the fact that at this point the only thing we could do was put him down. So not only did Dominion not examine him the way they should, but they gave us false hope that he could saved, but he couldn't because they did not take care of him to the point that he can have surgery; they also were willing to charge us for something that they knew wouldn't work because they wanted to make money. This is the most inhumane vet, do not go there!!!