Magazine Street Animal Clinic
3458 Magazine St, New Orleans, LA 70115
Phone: (504) 891-4113
Dilger, Amy, Dvm - Magazine Street Animal Clinic
Gernon, Teresa K
Magazine St Animal Clinic
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01/15/2009Provided by Citysearch -
Really easy to access, has off street parking behind, and very friendly staff. They're place is really clean, full of fun dog art and toys and treats you can buy for your pet. They carry a unique line of organic collars and leashes, and these great pet odor eliminating candles I love! Best, the vet is great! My dog got bit and I was new in town and they stayed after hours to meet me and take care of my dog right away. Everyone on the staff is so friendly, and they all love pets so much
07/16/2008Provided by Citysearch -
The first thing I noticed was how relaxed the animals being boarded or waiting in the spacious, clean reception area were. Obviously, the pets themselves trusted the staff and did not associate fear or anxiety with medical care at Magazine Vet. We had taken our cat to another vet who claimed she was fine, when most obviously she wasn't. Upon re-examination at Magazine Vet, Dr. Amy found a serious issue which has now been solved through her intervention. We also had another animal who needed to be anesthetized for a minor surgical treatment. Our pet was not released in a doped and groggy state and we were actually given pain killer if our pet showed signs of distress or discomfort. This was a first for us. Nothing is more horrible than knowing your pet is in pain after surgery and there is nothing you can do about it. Fees were no greater than what we've paid at other vets and the service, clinic, and treatment were top notch. Magazine Vet also accepts abandoned or stray animals for adoption. One was a kitten who had been thrown from a moving car with her litter mate. Magazine Vet cared for this kitten for several months before she was adopted. Imagine the level of care necessary for such a trauma. We are looking to adopt our 4th cat from Magazine Vet because we know that strays who are given loving care adapt well when adopted into multiple pet homes. Ask for Dr. Amy. She is enthusiastic, intelligent, and patient.