Cheyenne Tonopah Animal Hospital
3348 N Rancho Dr, Las Vegas, NV 89130
Fax Number: (702) 656-3027
Specialties: Felines, Glaucoma, Arthritis, Cats, Puppies, Dogs, Doggies, Kittens, Canines
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04/06/2011Provided by Citysearch -
I'm unsure of who writes the reviews for this business, but my only guess would be the people who work there or people who were paid to write good reviews. My experience with Dr. Wilson has been nothing but problematic. Much to the contrary of what everyone else writes here; I would say he's the complete opposite. He's not been helpful in the least. When I went in for my appointment he came in the room unprepared and had not looked over my animals medical history. I've talked to him on the phone a few times after that and every time we talked he had still not looked over the chart and to top it off he'd rather just pass it off to an internist to look than bother taking the time to do it himself. I also did not care for his ""I know better then you"" attitude. When I was there I felt like I was being talked down to, rushed through and all he cared about was profit and not about me or my animal. I also was lied to by the staff about having the other doctor (Dr. V.) return my call instead because I was unhappy with how Dr. Wilson was handling things. So overall, not a very pleasant experience and I don't plan on returning. They really need to learn better customer service skills and how to properly treat people. I hope this review will help to truly inform everyone of what it's really like there and not some biased reviews by friends/colleagues of his.
06/10/2010Provided by Citysearch -
have been going to cheyenne tonopah animal hospital ffor twenty one years. have not had any thing to complain about. both doc wilson and dr V have given the utmost care to our pets. only cure they havent come up with is old age. both drV and dr wilson have extended both proffesional and courtious care to our pets. i have recommended their office too several friends and faimly members. both i and my sister left las vegas and still return to doc wilson and his staff for the best care of our beloved pets, thank you drs wilson and vanderlinden. john hackett
11/29/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I've been taking my animals, felines and canines, to this vet clinic for decades. Docs Wilson and Dr. V skillfully saved a dog from parvo and a shelter cat from distemper when another vet said put them down. Both animals lived long happy lives!!!! These docs never gave up because the ""patient's ""person"" is considered too! . Great personalities both- very caring and both are as patient as walls when you have a long list of questions. All pet surgeries were skillfully done and this involves generations of critters. I have also boarded there many times over the years- both cats and dogs with no ill effects except one instance of a little kennel cough, which the docs quickly treated with antibiotics for free.. These are honorable, honest vets who have earned their great reputation in the community.
07/28/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I think Dr. Wilson is one of the best Vets in town. I have taken my dog there since he was 6 weeks old. Dr. Wilson has given him every single shot he's ever had! The office was also able to get us in right away when my puppy got sick from eating rocks. Very close to my house, too.
08/06/2007Provided by Citysearch -
I've never boarded my animals, so can't speak to the other person's terrible review.
But J.C. Wilson did the emergency surgery on my Springer when she sliced her scalp open on a sharp piece of farm equipment, from between her eyes, clear to the back of her head.
Dr. Wilson managed to shave her in this delicate area without nicking her, her sutures were almost invisible, and she healed beautifully. No scars, can't even tell it ever happened.
When I didn't want to leave her there overnight (because, like most vet offices that aren't hospitals, the staff leaves at night) he waited after hours for me to come and get her, and gave me lots of info about taking care of her.
I also took her there to get spayed; again, beautiful work, and he had to put a cone on her head to keep her from biting her stitches, and he had rigged it to be one of the smallest and most comfortable cones I've ever had to put on a dog; she never even minded it.)
I also took her there (she's accident prone!) when she got stung by some kind of insect and swelled up terribly -- I had no appointment and he got her right in.
So, I've had nothing to complain about! I also like his calm manner.