Bristol County Animal Clinic
900 Broadway, Raynham, MA 02767
Durniok, Thomas D, Dvm - Bristol County Animal Clinic
Durniok, Thomas D
Specialties: Felines, Pharmaceutical, Food, Cats, Puppies, Adoptions, Dogs, Doggies, Kittens, Canines
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Horrendous experience with having to say goodbye to my dog. The doctor (not Tom) was cold, abrupt, rude, rushed, absolutely No compassion at all. No bedside manner at all. Apparently we were holding him up from going to lunch. He made our sad decision that much worse and that is unforgivable! The people I have told about my experience here are shocked when comparing the caring way which they said goodbye to their pethe at other facilities. My dog was a frequent visitor to the clinic so you would like to think that maybe even a little compassion would have been given to us. I will be following up this sad review with Dr. Tom who I wish had been the doctor to administer the injection. I am hoping he would have been more caring during this sad time.
I've always had a good experience here. It's not a fancy place, but I don't need fancy: I need knowledgeable, caring vets and vet techs and Dr. Tom and his staff fit the bill. Over twenty years or so, we've had five different kitties that we've brought here--some adopted as kittens, some as seniors--and we've always felt that we and our kitties have been treated well.
I've taken my two labs and numerous cats, as well as fosters, to Tom and the various vets he has shared his office with since 1990. My mom also used them for her cat and recommended Tom. There was a vet there that was rude to me but he is no longer there. He did however, diagose my dog correctly with Leukemia well before the tests proved it. They are caring people. I've seen Tom really upset because he lost a dog during surgery. If you get to know them, they treat you like a friend and your pet like a loved one. That's why I keep going there!
I agree with the last post!!! I took my cat there, the receptionists were nice, but he vet proceeded to torture my cat, getting him really nervous before his needles, by picking him up by the neck, and roughing him up, then squeezing his privates and laughing. The nurse suggested he use a baby needle, and instead he used an adult one, which made my cat scream in pain throughout the whole injection. The place smells like urine, and on top of it all he charged by $100 which included an exam I didn't ask for, all I wanted was a simple vaccine. That man is sadistic, I cried over it when I got home.
12/27/2011Provided by Citysearch -
this Dr (Tom) is the old fashioned kind of vet who talks the truth to you and makes sure you understand if their is a medical condition going on with your pet..he does not talk down to you,,i truly can picture him out in a horse stable helping a horse! He cared for my 13 year old dog all of her life and in the last two years of her life made her as comfortable as possible so we could love her a bit more. the building and office waiting room may not be modeern but i have seen money used to give free meds for animals that owners can't afford (seniors, etc.,).
I also am appalled at the snooty ness of Horrific when he says the waiting area and people are rude...it is a small room cleaned at night..i have been there after hours. the room is always filled with animals and owners. to ask your dog to stay away from other dogs when it is being seen for an illness is only common sense and these people don't know you or your dog. Get real and go back to your high priced , just out of school veterinary clinic.
It's sad that anyone can post whatever they want on the Internet even though it is totally false. I take my 3 labradors to Dr Tom and would not take them anywhere else. The knowledge of the Drs and staff is exceptional. Maybe it was your nasty attitude that caused the problem??? They are the best
03/28/2011Provided by Citysearch -
Im convinced this is THE WORST VET ON THE FACE OF THIS EARTH! because if its not then I have lost all hope. I scheduled and appt for my dog today due to some throat irritation. The facility is dirty. We were greeted by a rude woman who told me to keep my dog away from the others because ""we dont need no dogs fights here""...after a long wait we were finally about to be seen. My dog gets very anxious/nervous at the vet, and tends to bark but is no danger...she is 4 and has been seen by her primary vet multiple times, she receives her shots at PETCO, and goes to doggy day care and I have never had any problems. The vet was so rude & refused to see/treat my dog. He said that hes ""not risking himself for a dog like that"". Im not sure what that meant but I am very hurt by this! WHAT A TERRIBLE EXPERIENCE!