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Regular Hours

  • Bathing
  • Boarding
  • Dentistry
  • Grooming
  • Se Habla Espanol
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all major credit cards, debit, travelers checks
Pines Village, New Orleans East Area
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Mikki C.



Took my 13 yo furbaby for an emergency visit. The vet was wishy washy but did a cbc. He wouldnt make a positive diagnosis and talked in circles. I knew it was cancer and Im not a vet. Charged us $278 to put her to sleep and "dispose" of her. Im so offended by the term on my bill as she was NOT a bag of garbage but my family member. Shame on them for taking advantage when people are in crisis. No vet charges this for putting your pet to sleep. Many charge NOTHING. And this isnt about money as we would have spent our last dollar to keep her from suffering but nothing about this place was right. Pathetic. And Im now angry. Shame on you NOLA Animal Clinic.



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Dog came back smelly and dirty

I do not recommend this place. I've boarded my dog in five different places in the city, and she never came back smelly and dirty like she did when she boarded at nola animal clinic. She also came back thinner. I felt terrible for my dog.
The facility is still in post-Katrina damage when I used their services. They recently moved to a temporary trailer but the dogs were still housed in the old facility. When the receptionist asked the technician to fetch my dog from the other facility, she shouted into the walkie talkie - ""Spray some perfume on the dog before you bring it over.""



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Best and Most Caring Veterinary Clinic in New Orleans!

Nola Animal Clinic is the cleanest veterinary facility I have ever been in. The staff are wonderful, caring people. When Katrina was imminent Dr. Rai took 13 animals that were being boarded with her to a safe place because the owners were unable to come and pick them up. The location of the animals was put on her website and eventually the pets and owners were reunited but for some of them it took a couple of months.