Oscar's is an excellent facility for you and your dog to utilize all services. The atmosphere is fun, yet realistic and the staff really care about each and every pet that comes through. I absolutely love the evaluation process for all boarding and daycare applicants to ensure that it is a good fit for your special friend. Cassie, the owner genuinely wants every customer to learn how each of their dogs do in this environment and educate them in all areas of services. The groomers are experienced and want to help your dog feel it's best! The trainers are extremely knowledgeable and again, want you and your dog be the best pair (or family) that work together to achieve goals set out to better any type of behavior and obedience skills. This is the first and only facility I will recommend for use in ANY service!!
We had a horrifying experience at Oscars on 6-1-15.I picked my dog up from daycare and when she brought him out she acted like everything was fine but he was walking slowly and didn't seem himself. I had to lift him into the car and knew something was really wrong after driving for a few minutes. He was drooling and wouldn't respond to me. We rushed him to the vet. I called Oscars on the way and left a message asking if anything unusual had happened with him that day . The vet said he had a severe burn in his mouth. I called Oscars and left another message to let them know so they could find what caused it before another dog got hurt.My dog was given pain medication. He could barely swallow for days and tissue was falling off of his tongue. He couldn't eat or drink. When I talked to the owner about how this could have happened she became angry and requested a second exam which she paid for. The vet said the swelling had gone down and she could see it was even worse than she first thought. The burns were on his tongue, roof of his mouth and down his throat. He was given a second pain medication and a rinse.He took the pain med for two weeks.I was told the day after it happened that he was fine at 12:00 and at 2:30 they saw that he wasn't acting right and was drooling. They didn't take him to the vet or call me or tell me that when I picked him up.They say they have no idea what happened to him even though he was supposed to be under close supervision.They paid the vet bill and reimbursed the fee for that day of daycare. My dog suffered in agony for hours before he got help.I feel they failed my dog in every way!