Animal Care Veterinary Hospital

★★★★☆
35.6937 -77.4511
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252-758-9971

Hwy 33 West

Greenville, NC

27834

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Dr. M is a good doctor. I used him for 15+ years. Because I challenged his business ethics in regards to charging (over-charging) for unnecessary services he refuses to treat my pets. Sent me a letter stating this and copies of medical records with hurtful comments written on each one so that when I take them to a new Vet they can see it. His comments states that I was abusive to him and his staff. I will admit that I was angry because I was being overcharged and the services were not necessary (and HE knew it). I was also given wrong information (lied to) about starting my pets on heart-worm treatment. His actions are totally unprofessional. Many of my family and friends take their pets to him, but in talking with them they have felt the same way and have not said anything to Dr. M. and now have changed Vets because of the same reasons that I stated. I hate it, but I would have continued using him if he would have acknowledged my legitimate concerns. My mom had to reason with him on overcharges for her pets and she he listened to her (maybe because she is old enough to be his mother?). He has a very clean and organized office, but services should not be imposed on pet owners that are not absolutely necessary for the pets. He may be the doctor, but should he profit off pet owners because he can using his credentials? He should treat the pets and discuss realistically the services that are absolutely necessary and not make the pet owner pay more for services or products so he can make more money. You can try this Vet but go in knowing that you need to watch for being charged for services that you do not need. Make sure you ask BEFORE services are rendered how much will it cost? Including his OFFICE VISIT charge just to walk in the door. Like I said, he is a good Vet, but be informed of the services needed, rendered, and what they are charging. It pays to shop around during these economical crises. You may not agree with me and that is okay. But there are many pet owners who love and take care of their pets--reponsible pet owners. These PEOPLE should not be charged for products or services that are unnecessary. And if they can purchase certain items/meds cheaper somewhere else, he should either match the prices or give them a prescription (for example) to be purchased somewhere else to save money.

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★★★☆☆

Dr. M is a good doctor. I used him for 15+ years. Because I challenged his business ethics in regards to charging (over-charging) for unnecessary services he refuses to treat my pets. Sent me a letter stating this and copies of medical records with hurtful comments written on each one so that when I take them to a new Vet they can see it. His comments states that I was abusive to him and his staff. I will admit that I was angry because I was being overcharged and the services were not necessary (and HE knew it). I was also given wrong information (lied to) about starting my pets on heart-worm treatment. His actions are totally unprofessional. Many of my family and friends take their pets to him, but in talking with them they have felt the same way and have not said anything to Dr. M. and now have changed Vets because of the same reasons that I stated. I hate it, but I would have continued using him if he would have acknowledged my legitimate concerns. My mom had to reason with him on overcharges for her pets and she he listened to her (maybe because she is old enough to be his mother?). He has a very clean and organized office, but services should not be imposed on pet owners that are not absolutely necessary for the pets. He may be the doctor, but should he profit off pet owners because he can using his credentials? He should treat the pets and discuss realistically the services that are absolutely necessary and not make the pet owner pay more for services or products so he can make more money. You can try this Vet but go in knowing that you need to watch for being charged for services that you do not need. Make sure you ask BEFORE services are rendered how much will it cost? Including his OFFICE VISIT charge just to walk in the door. Like I said, he is a good Vet, but be informed of the services needed, rendered, and what they are charging. It pays to shop around during these economical crises. You may not agree with me and that is okay. But there are many pet owners who love and take care of their pets--reponsible pet owners. These PEOPLE should not be charged for products or services that are unnecessary. And if they can purchase certain items/meds cheaper somewhere else, he should either match the prices or give them a prescription (for example) to be purchased somewhere else to save money.

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I've never had any problems at this clinic before. The staff is nice and seem to take good care of my dog, who can sometimes be a handful. Also, they do a good job keeping everything clean and sanitary.

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★★★★☆

I've never had any problems at this clinic before. The staff is nice and seem to take good care of my dog, who can sometimes be a handful. Also, they do a good job keeping everything clean and sanitary.

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