Affordable Animal Emergency Clinic
22221 S Vermont Ave, Torrance, CA 90502
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I have been bringing my animals to this clinic for many years. I have always found the staff to be courteous, professional and extremely helpful, especially Mary and Sandra, who staff the hospital in the evening. The veterinarians are always top notch, and the prices are extremely reasonable for the level of care my animals have gotten! I can't express my gratitude to them enough.
Thank you again everyone at the clinic, and tell them Harley and Mellow say HI!
I have taken my two huskies here since they were puppies. And they have such good comfortable prices that you dont think twice of where to take your dogs. Their staff is very friendly and informative. They always answer your call, it doesnt matter at what time you call. They might not be 24hrs a day but they send you to places they know very well and is not far from their office.
I took my 8 wk old pup to this clinic and without even examining her, I was told she had Parvo, even though the pre-screen test indicated Negative results. I was told there is no cure for Parvo but that they needed to do an outpatient parvo treatment. They said they were sending the stool sample (which was just from sticking a thermometer in her rear end) out to the lab for further testing. I was called the next day and told the results were positive and the doctor recommended I bring her in for two more outpatient parvo treatments.
In the meantime, my puppy was back to normal a couple hours after the initial visit to this vet. When they told me the test was positive and needed more treatments at $125.00 each, I took her to another vet for a second opinion. The vet examined Nikki, took a Parvo Test, which again came out "Negative", and assured me she did NOT have Parvo!
This doctor, the old white doctor, took advantage of my emotions, knowing I would do anything needed to make Nikki better. I was charged almost $300.00 for the visit and I had to insist they examine her (take temperature, check her eyes, nose, ears, etc.), which they seemed annoyed at having to do.
I only wish I had left the place before they did the first treatment, because I had an odd feeling that I was being taken for a ride, but was scared for the life of my puppy!