Value Vet Lawrenceville
3645 Lawrenceville Hwy, Lawrenceville, GA 30044
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Called office because my dog was puking blood repeatedly and this is the vet she normally sees. We believed it was due to pesticides as we just had our house sprayed the day before. They stated to bring her in to the nearest vet asap. So I bring her in and without any compassion they told me they can't see my dog because they have appointments scheduled. There was only one person in the waiting room so they were far from busy. Never again will any of my dogs go here as they have proved they obviously do not truly care about the animals. If my dog dies the blood is on your hands Value Vet!
They are very affordable here, unbelievably caring and the place is spotless. Reta, Dr. Fish, Dr. Chandler and the rest of the staff show they care about pets and their people through their kind and courteous service and the love they show our pets when we bring them in. Thank you, Value Vet! If I could give more stars, I would.
I was pleasantly surprised with my experience at Value Vet. When I walked in, the office was clean and more modern than I expected. We had an appointment at 11:00 and were in the office seeing the doctor a little before 11:00 (so there was not a long wait). We walked in a room and were immediately greeted by Dr. Stallings. She was sweet and patient. She checked over my cat and did not make me feel rushed in the slightest! The prices are so much more affordable than other vets and they made me (and my cat) feel like I was a value customer. I was very happy with Value Vet and I will definitely return!
Don't waste your time or your money... they did a horrible cryptorchid neuter on my newest boy. The sutures looked like they just ran a needle in a running stitch through the skin around the outside of the incision and then tied big knots in them. They didn't run individual sutures along the length of the incisions. I ended up spending $181 on the neuter from them because I didn't want to spend $400 at my own vet (the new boy is a foster that we're trying to find a home for), in the long run I had to pay an additional $576 over the course of the following week at my own vet for anti-inflammatory medication, antibiotics and a complete surgery for them to incise and debride the abdominal wound, lacerate and resuture both incisions.