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Custer McDermott Animal Hospital

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(2 Reviews)

9109 Custer Rd, Plano, TX 75025

(214) 644-5555

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Today: 7:30 am - 6:00 pm
Tomorrow: 7:30 am - 6:00 pm
19
YEARS
IN BUSINESS
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Hours

Regular Hours

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Fax: (214) 644-5444

Fax Number: (214) 644-5444

TollFree: (800) 213-6680

Services/Products
  • Dentists
Payment method
amex, cash, check, debit, discover, master card, visa
Amenities
Emergency Room
Categories
Veterinarian Emergency Services, Veterinarians, Veterinary Clinics & Hospitals
Other Information

Parking: Lot

Services: Dentists

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The M.

01/01/2018

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Expertise
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Great Vet! I love all the doctors here. There are four doctors and I have seen them all. The office staff is very courteous and professional and the technicians compassionate. I wouldn’t take my animals anywhere else.

Jennifer C.

07/23/2017

Overall

Let me start off by saying that the vets at this hospital are very good if you are so blessed as to be wealthy. On our last visit to this vet we realized this hospital is all about the money. It was extremely disappointing. My puppy was extremely sick with Parvo and needed to be hospitalized in order to survive. We were quoted $400 a day for 5-7 days of hospitalization. That was so far out of reach for us, it just wasn't possible. I had to come to terms with the fact that my puppy was most likely going to die. I ended up doing some looking around and found 2 other vets that were going to charge $60 and $78 a day for hospitalization plus meds respectively. It is beyond me and I will never understand how a practice committed to helping animals would place treatment for a dying puppy so far out of reach. That is wrong on so many levels for both the animal and the family.