Eagle Glen Veterinary Clinic
4305 Eagle Rock Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90041
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Price Range : Average
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It makes me think other vets have written those bad reviews! Dr. Rhee may not be the least expensive, but he is a great vet. I trust him with all my animals and he's so very kind and compassionate. I don't take my animals anywhere else. He put my dog back together after a vicious attack and there aren't even any scars. He's gentle. I've seen him so very distressed when one of his patients doesn't make it.
Well, I'm shocked to hear all the negative reviews on Eagle Glen Vet. I've been taking my dogs here for the past 13 years and would never go anywhere else! The staff is respectful and reasonable, and Dr. Rhee is very knowledgeable vet! And I trust him with my dog's life! To emphasize, since I got my pup I've been going to him until the last visit I went to him, I hope he stays in business for many years to come. Also he's been in business since 1987, the man must be doing something right.
11/28/2007Provided by Citysearch -
After discussing with the doctor that I preferred not to treat my 4-month puppy with medications for a light skin rash, he proceeded to give him a ""steroid"" shot to help the itching, then prescribed steroid pills, and gave me a steroid topical spray to use on him that had never been tested on dogs under 1 year of age. The spray bottle also mentioned not to spray on pregnant mothers because of stillborn possibilities and to always wear gloves when spraying on dog! What kind of boison (rhymes with...) did he prescribe! Plus, after online researching, you don't give steroid medications to puppies! Got my money back the following day. So I warn others to find a doctor who will LISTEN to your concerns and not just boison your dog and pillage you of money.... By the way, I changed my dogs brand of food and the rash went away. But did he mention that? Nope...
05/30/2007Provided by Citysearch -
I brought my puppy here for the first time b/c she had an ear infection. Dr Ghee told me he need to put her under general anesthesia which costs $400!!! For an ear infection! In order to ""flush"" out her ears. Well luckily for me I had a back-up vet which is out of town so I called him and he said that's rediculous! Unless your dog is out of control - which my pup is not she is very calm. So I told Ghee to clean out her ears, remove the hair and give me drops. He made me feel like I was a terrible mother for not forking over the big bucks. So a week later my puppy's ears were not any better. So I took the journey to my long trusted vet out of town and he said the medicine I was given only helps one part of the infection. Anyhow he prescibed a new drop med and now my dog is fine. I feel Dr Ghee gave me medicine that wouldn't really help my dog in hopes that I'd break down and come back for the expensive anesthesia proceedure. Better know your stuff if bring your pet here or be a millionaire to pay for the aggressive and expensive recommendations he makes. I will never go back!