MedVet Medical & Cancer Centers for Pets
300 E Wilson Bridge Rd, Worthington, OH 43085
TollFree: (800) 891-9010
Med Vet Medical & Cancer Ctr
Med Vet Vet
Specialties: Dermatology, Internal Medicine, Coronary Care, Oncology, Anesthesiology, Cardiology, Adult Health
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We took our little kitty, Buddy, to MedVet last night when he suddenly lost the use of his back legs. We had no idea what the heck even happened. The staff at MedVet were so kind and compassionate. They took him back immediately when we arrived to try and stabilize him. The Veterinarian, Dr. Quigley (I think was his name), was so patient with us in explaining everything so we could make the best decision for Buddy. Although we lost our dear little Buddy last night, I don't think his last hours here on this earth could have been more dignified and peaceful. My husband and I are extremely grateful for the wonderful care our furry little guy received.
We drive 1 1/2 hours to bring our Mia to receive the best. She has been blessed to be in the care of Dr. Barnhart and Dr. Foss as well as the entire support staff at MedVet. It is without a doubt the most extraordinary facility as it has only the best interest for your pet in mind. I have never ever thought it to be about the cost. Mia continues to amaze us all, her love for life on this earth is contagious and her appreciation for the genuine care from MedVet is seen in her quick steps to get inside to check on everyone. For a dog that shouldn't be moving shows how miraculous this all is indeed. I would highly recommend this facility to any and everyone. God certainly led us there and we will be forever grateful.
Go to OSU. They don't care about your pet, they're only worried about money. They also don't get results back in time. Also, their dermatologist are idiots. You would think someone who specializes in the skin of animals would know what skin cancer is. Charge you 600 for a skin biopsy, tell you it'll be back Wednesday, Wednesday comes they tell you no it won't be in til Friday. Friday comes and the dermatologist is out of state? Really. THEN after finding out our dog has malignant melanoma, they call you and try to sell you a bunch of very expensive options and treatments, for our 12 year old pup who is clearly dying. They do not care about us or our dog they just see it as more money.