North Tyler Veterinary Clinic
1129 E Northeast Loop 323, Tyler, TX 75708
Specialties: Farm Animals, Ranch Animals, Pocket Pets, Livestock, Small Animals, Large Animals
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My experience with this clinic was HORRIBLE! Paid in advance of my dogs surgery and was told to come in at 8:00am. There were about 8 people in a line when I arrived and I was told I would have to get at end of line eventhough my appointment for surgery was made 2 weeks ago! Then the repectionist advised me she couldn't give me a refund for the $ I paid in advance.
This clinic is very unprofessional and cares very little about inconveniencing their customers. If they do not care about their clientel, then how much do they care about your pets???
They have a line a mile long every morning when they tell you to come in at 8:00am. The two receptionists are very rude and unfriendly. It is a first come first served operation.
I will never recommend this place or ever take a pet there again!
I love these people! They take good care of all our babies and don't charge a ridiculous amount to do it. They never suggest something be done that is not necessary and always tell you when it is. Been going here for 6 years and will continue as long as we have fur babies.
Jury still out weather Toby is going to make it, but Dr. Williams worked his tail off to save my buddy. So far so good, sent me home with a bunch of Meds, going over very careful on what to do. Couldn't ask for a more caring crew with my pet in mind. FIVE STAR,, Wayne
My puppies have been going to North Tyler Vet for 9 years. I've tried other vets, but I don't trust any others like North Tyler. They are honest, realistic and know animals! They never suggest procedures that aren't necessary. If they say it, I know it's true! I hope you like them as much as I do! Thanks! Crystal
Last month I took my black lab to this clinic as it was one of the few in the area that is open on Saturday. There are usually two vets on staff but that day there was only one, and we sat in the waiting area for two and one half hours !! When we saw the vet he examined my dog's leg (she was lame) and said that it wasnt broken- that it needed rest and 10 days of meds then we could come back and he would x-ray it, etc. He then proceded to grab her leg and bend it several different ways to see if "he could get her to whine.." I pointed out that her ankle was swollen and he just blew it off and said that the ankle had been hurt in the past and that it healed wrong.
The meds he sold us had no effect on her, and I took her to my regular vet several days later. My vet then told me, just by examining the leg that it was indeed broken...my sweet girl had a brokn leg all this time, and that Saturday vet and done all kinds of manipulation to it..can you imagine how that hurt?! (And North Tyler charged me a large fee too by the way---even though he couldnt tell me what was wrong with her) Further tests by our regular vet showed that she had bone cancer and it had broken off at the joint due to deterioration. We had to put her down. Our regular vet was kind, and compassionate---wonderful. (He is in Edom)