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5051 W Craig RdLas Vegas, NV 89130Map & Directions
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Phone: (702) 645-1191
Fax Number: (702) 645-5009
The doctors and staff there are great. Been taking both my babies there 4 years. Dr. Whitcraft and Dr. Finder so far two of the most trusting doctors my two babies have. Optimus and Soulis love them doctors. I'm sure all the doctors there are as wonderful as doctors Whitcraft and Finder, but those two doctors have been my babies primary care providers for years. I trust them 100%, I owe those two my dogs lives. Thank you both for all the dedication and hard work you do!!!!!
They always take the time to explain our options to us. They also typically give us two options a low end and a high treatment plan. This is nice because although we always want to do the best for our babies it is not always possible. We have seen several doctors there over the years but the last few times we’ve had Dr. Tampira she is absolutely wonderful. My dog tends to be skittish but she does so well with him. I’d recommend this place to anyone looking for a quality veterinarian with affordable prices.
Horrible office staff. Called the office to speak to doctor mike about several bad experiences in their office and they would not let me talk to him or see him. I received a letter in the mail from the office manager saying that they no longer want me as a customer. The owner probably has no idea as to how his office is being run. Will never recommend them. Do not take your animals there.
We have been going here for years. Dr. Mychajlonka has been our vet for three dogs and they all love(d) him. When my dog went into an epileptic fit and wouldn’t come out of it Dr. Mych got out of bed at two in the morning and met us at the hospital. He has always showed compassion for our pets and us through difficult times. The staff is very profession and well trained -- the few times we saw a different vet they were just as compassionate. Thanks…
07/06/2007Provided by Citysearch -
This is the first time I have ever done this, but when I read the only other review, I just had to respond. When we originally moved here, we went to another vet's office, when he closed his doors, we went to Crg. Rd Animal Hospital, I did not know any of the doctors there, so I opted for anyone who was available to take care of our greyhound. We were so fortunate to have Dr. ""R"" (they won't let use his last name in my rating), come through that door. Our pet was about 11 years old then, I have never met a person so dedicated to making sure your pet is getting the best care - over the years when our dog started having arthritis, and heart problems, Dr. ""R"" took or returned every call I made, no matter what time I called. He would see us in the waiting room and instead of making him stand there & wait, he would personally come and take our buddy to the back and take care of him. When we needed to see a specialist regarding his heart, Dr. ""R"" actually took the time to go & meet with this doctor himself to go over his chart, to be sure that he gave the best care he could, (I am not talking about just down the street - he drove about 40 min's away to meet with this doctor). The final day of our best friends life, Dr. ""R"" actually came to our house because I couldn't pick him up and put him in the car alone. He and one the many wonderful tech's that work there got him in my car. When the time came to say good-bye Dr. ""R"" was there by our side. I swear that our dog had an angel watching over him for those years. Watching Dr. ""R"" with my pets (yes he takes care of our cat also), the care and concern and passion he has for animals is incredible. He will go out of his way, to find the right treatment that is nec. to help heal your pet. Anyone who has contact with him in regards to the care of your pet is truley blessed. Thank you Dr. ""R"" for the person you are - I wish there were more doctors like you caring for the animals in this world.
01/14/2007Provided by Citysearch -
We took our cat in as an emergency (he had thrown up a lot that day after eating a plant and was lethargic). the doctor (and I use the term lightly)took him in the back to examine him. When he came back he didn't have our cat but said he was dehyrdrated and showed us a long list of expensive tests he wanted to perform to see what was wrong with him - to the tune of $500. When we asked him if that included any treatments, he said no and that they may run an additional $300 to $3000 depending on what they found. We love our cat but just can't afford a bill like that, explained that to the doctor and asked him to hydrate him and we would take him home. The doctor became very discusted with us and said, ""we might as well get used to the idea that we would have to have him put down because he was suffering a lot."" He had one of the techs hydrate our cat, bring him out to us and we took him home. Within an hour our cat was almost back to 100%. We feel Dr. Roach's threat of ""having to put him down"" was one to make us feel guilty about our decision and get us to spend the money on the tests.