Griffith Small Animal Hospital

★★★★☆
Griffith Small Animal Hospital ...Helping your pet live a happier & healthier life.
  • 3407 Northland Dr.

    Austin, TX 78731

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  • 512-453-5828

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There fees tend to be on the very high side and they tend to push additional products that are not necessary.\r\nEven though I had a heartworm check every year and used heart worm medicine regularly I was told that I could no longer get heart worm medicine if I passed on an expensive test. for 1 year\r\n\r\nThey insist on blood work for everything though the blood work never revels any issues. The reasons we go to Vets is to get answers and I never do-- I get guesses and assumptions. Operations were preformed with no improvement to my pet. I have long waits to have the vet see my animal and they spend 5 minutes to suggests test and another 5 minutes to tell me tests don?t reveal any thing\r\n\r\n\r\n After 5 years I am through and moving on.\r\n\r\nThe reason this place gets two stars and not one was to give credit to on some things because they are not the worst place but they are no where being close to being the best. There are far better alternatives\r\n

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★★☆☆☆

There fees tend to be on the very high side and they tend to push additional products that are not necessary.\r\nEven though I had a heartworm check every year and used heart worm medicine regularly I was told that I could no longer get heart worm medicine if I passed on an expensive test. for 1 year\r\n\r\nThey insist on blood work for everything though the blood work never revels any issues. The reasons we go to Vets is to get answers and I never do-- I get guesses and assumptions. Operations were preformed with no improvement to my pet. I have long waits to have the vet see my animal and they spend 5 minutes to suggests test and another 5 minutes to tell me tests don?t reveal any thing\r\n\r\n\r\n After 5 years I am through and moving on.\r\n\r\nThe reason this place gets two stars and not one was to give credit to on some things because they are not the worst place but they are no where being close to being the best. There are far better alternatives\r\n

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I have been taking my two cats to Dr. Miner for a year and have also just used Dr. Bogs because Dr. Miner wasn't available. The care my cats recieve there is beyond compare. I love them both. (Doctors) \r\nUnfortunately, My oldest cat need some extensive dental work which Dr. Miner did very well and the follow ups have been amazing. She really is the best! But this dental work was pretty expensive. Much more than I had in my budget. I work for a living and don't have any surplus cash. This is not a good thing if dealing with their business office. They will not extend any credit and want you to post date checks for the amount that you hope they will deposit according to their word. If they don't trust me, why should I trust them?\r\nDealing with them reminded me of buying a car. They didn't want me to leave until they were sure they had all of my money. This is sad because the clinic itself is amazing. \r\nThis is the only reason I gave them 4 stars instead of five. If Dr. Miner leaves I'll surely be following her!

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★★★★☆

I have been taking my two cats to Dr. Miner for a year and have also just used Dr. Bogs because Dr. Miner wasn't available. The care my cats recieve there is beyond compare. I love them both. (Doctors) \r\nUnfortunately, My oldest cat need some extensive dental work which Dr. Miner did very well and the follow ups have been amazing. She really is the best! But this dental work was pretty expensive. Much more than I had in my budget. I work for a living and don't have any surplus cash. This is not a good thing if dealing with their business office. They will not extend any credit and want you to post date checks for the amount that you hope they will deposit according to their word. If they don't trust me, why should I trust them?\r\nDealing with them reminded me of buying a car. They didn't want me to leave until they were sure they had all of my money. This is sad because the clinic itself is amazing. \r\nThis is the only reason I gave them 4 stars instead of five. If Dr. Miner leaves I'll surely be following her!

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We don't trust anyone but Dr. Boggs to care for our ferrets. She's always taken extremely good care of them for us. In any emergency we've ever had, she's made time for them to the point that she almost seems heaven sent. She's the type of vet who just really loves the animals she cares for, and she understands how important they are to us. She's great about giving you lots of information, laying out all your options, and she understands that we're not all wealthy pet owners, so she tries to help you make the most of your resources. I know that each one of my fuzzies has had a better life because of her, and im thankful for that. If you own a ferret or ever plan on owning one, she's the best.

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★★★★★

We don't trust anyone but Dr. Boggs to care for our ferrets. She's always taken extremely good care of them for us. In any emergency we've ever had, she's made time for them to the point that she almost seems heaven sent. She's the type of vet who just really loves the animals she cares for, and she understands how important they are to us. She's great about giving you lots of information, laying out all your options, and she understands that we're not all wealthy pet owners, so she tries to help you make the most of your resources. I know that each one of my fuzzies has had a better life because of her, and im thankful for that. If you own a ferret or ever plan on owning one, she's the best.

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Quite a few years ago I left my cat here telling the receptionist Mikey was sick & needed attention soon. It was 7 a.m. I left for work. At 10:45 a vet called me at work, Dr Kreuger, who is no longer at the clinic, & said Mikey was in critical condition, that she had arrived at 10:30 to find that he was dying in his cage. She said the technician had done the intake exam & failed to notice that Mikey had a urinary blockage; his bladder was full. For 3.5 hours the techs & any vet that was present walked by Mikey's cage while he lay dying. For 5 days & nights he was on an I.V. Yes, he survived due to his own will to live. He is now 13 yrs old & healthy. Since Griffith closed at 6 p.m. & had no one at all to check on Mikey during the night & b/c he was on an I.V., they decided he couldn't stay there overnight. So I had to rush from work every night & pick up my cat by 6 p.m. with the I.V. & take him through rushhour traffic to the Emergency Hosp on Research for the night. Pick him up by 7 a.m. the next morning when the Emerg Hosp closes, ferry him back to Griffith for day care. At the end of a week he was well enough to take off the I.V. Dr Kreuger told me the accident was my fault b/c my cat was so fat the tech could not feel his bladder. And it was not their fault the tech missed the full bladder. No one admitted the tech was incompetent & that a vet should have done the exam. I paid $1200 for the week of care & they were kind enough to let me pay on time over the next year. But not on the trust system. Instead, the office manager took my credit card no. & the first of each month the nice office manager charged my card untill I paid back every dime for the damage they did him. For all the people who say this hosp is wonderful, well you didn't have the tech I had or an unconscionable doctor blaming you for the screw up. Never ever again since then have I ever left an animal of mine at the vet's. I take time off from work & I wait & I do not leave the animal there. Such a horror was this.

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★☆☆☆☆

Quite a few years ago I left my cat here telling the receptionist Mikey was sick & needed attention soon. It was 7 a.m. I left for work. At 10:45 a vet called me at work, Dr Kreuger, who is no longer at the clinic, & said Mikey was in critical condition, that she had arrived at 10:30 to find that he was dying in his cage. She said the technician had done the intake exam & failed to notice that Mikey had a urinary blockage; his bladder was full. For 3.5 hours the techs & any vet that was present walked by Mikey's cage while he lay dying. For 5 days & nights he was on an I.V. Yes, he survived due to his own will to live. He is now 13 yrs old & healthy. Since Griffith closed at 6 p.m. & had no one at all to check on Mikey during the night & b/c he was on an I.V., they decided he couldn't stay there overnight. So I had to rush from work every night & pick up my cat by 6 p.m. with the I.V. & take him through rushhour traffic to the Emergency Hosp on Research for the night. Pick him up by 7 a.m. the next morning when the Emerg Hosp closes, ferry him back to Griffith for day care. At the end of a week he was well enough to take off the I.V. Dr Kreuger told me the accident was my fault b/c my cat was so fat the tech could not feel his bladder. And it was not their fault the tech missed the full bladder. No one admitted the tech was incompetent & that a vet should have done the exam. I paid $1200 for the week of care & they were kind enough to let me pay on time over the next year. But not on the trust system. Instead, the office manager took my credit card no. & the first of each month the nice office manager charged my card untill I paid back every dime for the damage they did him. For all the people who say this hosp is wonderful, well you didn't have the tech I had or an unconscionable doctor blaming you for the screw up. Never ever again since then have I ever left an animal of mine at the vet's. I take time off from work & I wait & I do not leave the animal there. Such a horror was this.

Cons: Unsafe place & greedy PR man at the helm

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Over the course of fourteen years, we have had at least seven personal dogs (two until death of terminal conditions), three cats, a couple of birds, many lizards, a litter of puppies before sale, and countless strays. All of these have been patients of Lynne Boggs, DVM or another staff DVM. We have bred an AKC Champion to an AKC Champion, whelped a few litters, and fostered countless other stray dogs. We heard about Griffith Small Animal Hospital from a friend and fellow breeder. Now, our whole family, several other friends, and numerous forever foster families rely on Griffith Small Animal Hospital for the care of their pets. We have all always been please with the level of services and the compassionate care.\n\n\nAs you read these reviews, you should consider the tone of those who have given fewer than three stars. \nIf you answer ""yes"" to any of the following, please choose another clinic and leave Griffith for those of us who rely on their care.\n\n- Do you feel a strong sense of entitlement?\n\n- Have you been diagnosed with Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD)?\n\n- Do you feel that you know more about your pet's health than a doctor?\n\n- Do you feel that you know more about running a successful vet clinic than those that have done it for over a decade?\n\n\nIf you truly want professional and compassionate care for your pets at a fair price, try Griffith Small Animal Clinic and try to develop a relationship with the staff. Be willing to try several DVMs on the staff until you find one that really fits the way you communicate. \nYou will find wonderful and sincere people who listen and respond to your needs and concerns. Your pet will be rewarded with great care.

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★★★★★

Over the course of fourteen years, we have had at least seven personal dogs (two until death of terminal conditions), three cats, a couple of birds, many lizards, a litter of puppies before sale, and countless strays. All of these have been patients of Lynne Boggs, DVM or another staff DVM. We have bred an AKC Champion to an AKC Champion, whelped a few litters, and fostered countless other stray dogs. We heard about Griffith Small Animal Hospital from a friend and fellow breeder. Now, our whole family, several other friends, and numerous forever foster families rely on Griffith Small Animal Hospital for the care of their pets. We have all always been please with the level of services and the compassionate care.\n\n\nAs you read these reviews, you should consider the tone of those who have given fewer than three stars. \nIf you answer ""yes"" to any of the following, please choose another clinic and leave Griffith for those of us who rely on their care.\n\n- Do you feel a strong sense of entitlement?\n\n- Have you been diagnosed with Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD)?\n\n- Do you feel that you know more about your pet's health than a doctor?\n\n- Do you feel that you know more about running a successful vet clinic than those that have done it for over a decade?\n\n\nIf you truly want professional and compassionate care for your pets at a fair price, try Griffith Small Animal Clinic and try to develop a relationship with the staff. Be willing to try several DVMs on the staff until you find one that really fits the way you communicate. \nYou will find wonderful and sincere people who listen and respond to your needs and concerns. Your pet will be rewarded with great care.

Pros: Too many to list

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Dr. Griffith is great, the others not so much.\n\nExtremely expensive - $170 for a basic blood work-up ($40-$80 at any other vet).\n\nPerform unnecessary work - I frequently get charged for extra unnecessary tests/treatments. For example, I received an invoice for that included a $20 charge for a ear slide and $20 for ear medication. I asked them why they charged me and the receptionist snottily replied ""WELL, he had an ear INFECTION."" I then pointed out that he was currently being treated at their facility for the ear infection and had been there 6 times in 3 months receiving treatment, and that they would know that if they bothered to open and read his file.\n\nReceptionists are EXTREMELY rude and screen your calls making sure that you never can speak with your vet even in an emergency. Their answer to everything is ""just drop him off."" Which doesn't work since all that you will get is a $200 bill and you still won't be allowed to speak with the vet.\n\nAll in all, go somewhere else. The care here is definitely not worth the price and hassle.

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★☆☆☆☆

Dr. Griffith is great, the others not so much.\n\nExtremely expensive - $170 for a basic blood work-up ($40-$80 at any other vet).\n\nPerform unnecessary work - I frequently get charged for extra unnecessary tests/treatments. For example, I received an invoice for that included a $20 charge for a ear slide and $20 for ear medication. I asked them why they charged me and the receptionist snottily replied ""WELL, he had an ear INFECTION."" I then pointed out that he was currently being treated at their facility for the ear infection and had been there 6 times in 3 months receiving treatment, and that they would know that if they bothered to open and read his file.\n\nReceptionists are EXTREMELY rude and screen your calls making sure that you never can speak with your vet even in an emergency. Their answer to everything is ""just drop him off."" Which doesn't work since all that you will get is a $200 bill and you still won't be allowed to speak with the vet.\n\nAll in all, go somewhere else. The care here is definitely not worth the price and hassle.

Pros: Decent Care

Cons: Expensive, Difficult to talk to a vet, rude receptionists

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Dr. Boggs is just the vet we were looking for. She never ttried to push extra uneeded procedures/ shots on us. She gave us our options with our ferrets conditions and she has the experience to tell us what she has seen and backed it up with known research. In the end, our ferrets have responded wonderfully to the treatment she suggested. She is very warm, friendly and although obviously very busy, she doesn't make you feel like just a timeslot in her schedule. Our first experience with her keeps us going back to her even though we live quite a distance away. She is the only Dr. I would trust to look out for our ferrets best interests and ours as she gives suggestions that have saved us money. It is obvious that she truly cares for the animals she treats as well as their caregivers :)

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★★★★★

Dr. Boggs is just the vet we were looking for. She never ttried to push extra uneeded procedures/ shots on us. She gave us our options with our ferrets conditions and she has the experience to tell us what she has seen and backed it up with known research. In the end, our ferrets have responded wonderfully to the treatment she suggested. She is very warm, friendly and although obviously very busy, she doesn't make you feel like just a timeslot in her schedule. Our first experience with her keeps us going back to her even though we live quite a distance away. She is the only Dr. I would trust to look out for our ferrets best interests and ours as she gives suggestions that have saved us money. It is obvious that she truly cares for the animals she treats as well as their caregivers :)

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Bob Griffith and Team of excellent Vets have been here forever. They aren't the best price in town, but you will get honest and reliable loving care for your beloved pets. I wouldn't hesitate to send you here.

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★★★★★

Bob Griffith and Team of excellent Vets have been here forever. They aren't the best price in town, but you will get honest and reliable loving care for your beloved pets. I wouldn't hesitate to send you here.

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After some negative experiences with my old vet, I moved my pets to GSAH several years ago and don't regret it a bit. The vets, particularly Dr. Lynne Boggs, are excellent. Dr. Miner and Dr. Tan also stand out. Excellent communicators, will return your calls promptly, and will do whatever's necessary to squeeze you in if needed. You will pay for this excellence, however. GSAH costs substantially more than my old vet did.\r\n\r\nThe support staff is, like at most places, a mixed bag. Several are...well, a bit surly and unhelpful. I've learned to be a bit more assertive with them. But there are several that are wonderfully helpful and don't make you feel like an imposition. Overall, I'm satisfied with the folks at the front desk.\r\n\r\nBottom line: You will not save money by taking your pets here. But if quality care is your main concern, this is the place to go. \r\n\r\nPros: Excellent vets--even the newer ones. \r\nCons: Parking can be tough at peak times; no email communication; prices are high; the more experienced vets often aren't taking new patients.

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★★★★★

After some negative experiences with my old vet, I moved my pets to GSAH several years ago and don't regret it a bit. The vets, particularly Dr. Lynne Boggs, are excellent. Dr. Miner and Dr. Tan also stand out. Excellent communicators, will return your calls promptly, and will do whatever's necessary to squeeze you in if needed. You will pay for this excellence, however. GSAH costs substantially more than my old vet did.\r\n\r\nThe support staff is, like at most places, a mixed bag. Several are...well, a bit surly and unhelpful. I've learned to be a bit more assertive with them. But there are several that are wonderfully helpful and don't make you feel like an imposition. Overall, I'm satisfied with the folks at the front desk.\r\n\r\nBottom line: You will not save money by taking your pets here. But if quality care is your main concern, this is the place to go. \r\n\r\nPros: Excellent vets--even the newer ones. \r\nCons: Parking can be tough at peak times; no email communication; prices are high; the more experienced vets often aren't taking new patients.

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I recently moved to Austin and had a hard time choosing a vet. My kitten and I had found a great vet back home and our expectations were high. This veterinary facility is clean, the staff is friendly, and they always take great care of my pet. The facility is also AHAA certified meaning that it is anually inspected for cleanliness and quality of equipment. My pet recently had a surgery performed there and not only were they very thorough in their post-op instructions, she healed up quickly and beautifully and has no scarring. \r\n\r\nPros: Great facility, guaranteed cleanliness, great staff and doctors, excellent care\r\n\r\nCons: Marginally higher prices than other caregivers. Ex. cat spaying = $250

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★★★★★

I recently moved to Austin and had a hard time choosing a vet. My kitten and I had found a great vet back home and our expectations were high. This veterinary facility is clean, the staff is friendly, and they always take great care of my pet. The facility is also AHAA certified meaning that it is anually inspected for cleanliness and quality of equipment. My pet recently had a surgery performed there and not only were they very thorough in their post-op instructions, she healed up quickly and beautifully and has no scarring. \r\n\r\nPros: Great facility, guaranteed cleanliness, great staff and doctors, excellent care\r\n\r\nCons: Marginally higher prices than other caregivers. Ex. cat spaying = $250

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I owned a cat with feline acne, requiring shots a vet tech or I could give. Almost impossible to convince the management to lower a regular office fee plus medication costs for a 3 minute shot visit with a tech. The vet finally gave me the option of giving the injections myself. The managers knew they would not make as much money if I gave them myself but finally did sell me a vial at 8xs markup above an online vet supply. The 2nd vial I wanted to purchase had jumped $20. It was an unpleasant chore to convince them to allow the vet to write a prescription, fax/email to the company so I could order and ship the meds to my home at a reasonable cost.\r\n\r\nThe cat's nails had to be cut regularly due to chronic itching, about $8 in addition to an office visit/exam with vet. After an exam with nail cut, I noticed the techs only clipped his front paws. I called the next day, a front desk receptionist begrudgingly agreed to speak to a manager, spat out irritated mad that she had to hang up and would call back. \r\n\r\nShe did indeed call back. Griffith management asked her to tell me ""The back paw clip would take just as much time the 2nd clip as the1st clip when they did his front paws. They would be HAPPY to clip his back paws for the full clip fee which was now more than the fee with an exam?. =/\r\n\r\nUnfortunately, 5 various vets over a year or so and $1,500 at Griffith could not help this cat. I wish they had suggested a specialist sooner. I was on my way with the cat to a well-respected vet of 40 years when I was called. He had served on Tx Vet Med Found & Assoc, Tx Academy of Vet Prac among many others I was very fortunate to chat about our history with Griffith. \r\n\r\nGriffith vets are reasonable, good with everyday treatment. Management rotates shifts of numerous vets contracting in clinic. Griffith Mgmt is concerned with making a large margin of profit.

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★☆☆☆☆

I owned a cat with feline acne, requiring shots a vet tech or I could give. Almost impossible to convince the management to lower a regular office fee plus medication costs for a 3 minute shot visit with a tech. The vet finally gave me the option of giving the injections myself. The managers knew they would not make as much money if I gave them myself but finally did sell me a vial at 8xs markup above an online vet supply. The 2nd vial I wanted to purchase had jumped $20. It was an unpleasant chore to convince them to allow the vet to write a prescription, fax/email to the company so I could order and ship the meds to my home at a reasonable cost.\r\n\r\nThe cat's nails had to be cut regularly due to chronic itching, about $8 in addition to an office visit/exam with vet. After an exam with nail cut, I noticed the techs only clipped his front paws. I called the next day, a front desk receptionist begrudgingly agreed to speak to a manager, spat out irritated mad that she had to hang up and would call back. \r\n\r\nShe did indeed call back. Griffith management asked her to tell me ""The back paw clip would take just as much time the 2nd clip as the1st clip when they did his front paws. They would be HAPPY to clip his back paws for the full clip fee which was now more than the fee with an exam?. =/\r\n\r\nUnfortunately, 5 various vets over a year or so and $1,500 at Griffith could not help this cat. I wish they had suggested a specialist sooner. I was on my way with the cat to a well-respected vet of 40 years when I was called. He had served on Tx Vet Med Found & Assoc, Tx Academy of Vet Prac among many others I was very fortunate to chat about our history with Griffith. \r\n\r\nGriffith vets are reasonable, good with everyday treatment. Management rotates shifts of numerous vets contracting in clinic. Griffith Mgmt is concerned with making a large margin of profit.

Pros: Vets & Animal staff were kind sincere and respectful; generally knowledable.

Cons: Key office staff unpleasant, mgmt concerned with profit, Overcharging, not honest in compensating for their error of incomplete procedures

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Dr. Boggs is a fabulous vet who shows a true love of animals. The first time my partner and I took our dog to her, Dr. Boggs greeted us warmly and then sat on the floor with our dog. Much of the initial exam was disguised as petting and they were good friends by the end of the first visit. \n\nOur dog, Hannah, now has an incurable and painful bone cancer. Dr. Boggs has, in her positive and unhurried way, been an indispensable help in managing Hannah's pain. She has worked with us to try to keep the costs down, as well. My partner and I have come to view Dr. Boggs as a source of comfort, as well as a great vet. We are grateful for her support in our beloved pet's last days. We (all three of us!) recommend her most highly. \n\nOur new dog had cancer when we adopted her. Dr. Boggs saved her life. No, it was not cheap. Since the original diagnoses, Mariah has had 3 ""lumpectomies"" to control her tumors. Last Friday, I found a new lump and called Griffith Hospital. They reserved a spot on Lynn Boggs' surgery schedule on Monday and suggested that I save some money and wait until Monday to come in. Today (Monday), I came in and left Mariah for surgery. They shaved her leg and set up an IV. Lynn came in, sampled cells from the lump, and decided that surgery was not necessary. She charged for what she did, but there was no charge for the surgical prep that they incurred trying to save me money. \n\nMariah is home tonight without an incision and pain meds. Her sister, Tess, is delighted that she is home....as are her humans.\n\n

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★★★★★

Dr. Boggs is a fabulous vet who shows a true love of animals. The first time my partner and I took our dog to her, Dr. Boggs greeted us warmly and then sat on the floor with our dog. Much of the initial exam was disguised as petting and they were good friends by the end of the first visit. \n\nOur dog, Hannah, now has an incurable and painful bone cancer. Dr. Boggs has, in her positive and unhurried way, been an indispensable help in managing Hannah's pain. She has worked with us to try to keep the costs down, as well. My partner and I have come to view Dr. Boggs as a source of comfort, as well as a great vet. We are grateful for her support in our beloved pet's last days. We (all three of us!) recommend her most highly. \n\nOur new dog had cancer when we adopted her. Dr. Boggs saved her life. No, it was not cheap. Since the original diagnoses, Mariah has had 3 ""lumpectomies"" to control her tumors. Last Friday, I found a new lump and called Griffith Hospital. They reserved a spot on Lynn Boggs' surgery schedule on Monday and suggested that I save some money and wait until Monday to come in. Today (Monday), I came in and left Mariah for surgery. They shaved her leg and set up an IV. Lynn came in, sampled cells from the lump, and decided that surgery was not necessary. She charged for what she did, but there was no charge for the surgical prep that they incurred trying to save me money. \n\nMariah is home tonight without an incision and pain meds. Her sister, Tess, is delighted that she is home....as are her humans.\n\n

Pros: Kind and professional veterinary care.

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I must say first and foremost that Dr. Boggs came highly recommended. I had been saving and was prepared to pay the higher costs here for my special needs dog because I was confident that he would get the care that he needs and that we deserve. Unfortunately, I work a forty hour monday thru friday work week, and the clinic doesn't see new patients on saturdays. The receptionist told me they could make an exception and see me on a Saturday a month from now. A month? So I'm back at square one, and have to do what I was trying to stay away from and just choose a name out of the phonebook and hope that we get decent service. If you don't have an option of missing work, you'll have to find someplace else to go.

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★☆☆☆☆

I must say first and foremost that Dr. Boggs came highly recommended. I had been saving and was prepared to pay the higher costs here for my special needs dog because I was confident that he would get the care that he needs and that we deserve. Unfortunately, I work a forty hour monday thru friday work week, and the clinic doesn't see new patients on saturdays. The receptionist told me they could make an exception and see me on a Saturday a month from now. A month? So I'm back at square one, and have to do what I was trying to stay away from and just choose a name out of the phonebook and hope that we get decent service. If you don't have an option of missing work, you'll have to find someplace else to go.

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Dr. Boggs has been our vet for years and we're very happy with her.

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★★★★★

Dr. Boggs has been our vet for years and we're very happy with her.

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Came here for Griffith but not taking new patients. Dr. Boggs is great and has saved my babies who like to get in things, quite a few times. She is genuinely concerned. Also saw Dr. Tan other day, she is also very sweet and caring. Everyone acts like every pet is the cutest & sweetest. I've shelled out a lot of money, but the outcome is always worth it.

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★★★★★

Came here for Griffith but not taking new patients. Dr. Boggs is great and has saved my babies who like to get in things, quite a few times. She is genuinely concerned. Also saw Dr. Tan other day, she is also very sweet and caring. Everyone acts like every pet is the cutest & sweetest. I've shelled out a lot of money, but the outcome is always worth it.

Pros: great docs, great staff, TLC

Cons: far from me, price

 

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