Saratoga Veterinary Hospital PC

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The doctors and staff at Saratoga Veterinary Hospital have always given our pets the highest degree of care.

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The doctors and staff at Saratoga Veterinary Hospital have always given our pets the highest degree of care.

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This review stated: ""All vets in the U.S. rely on those of annual vaccination appointments to make the majority of their profits."" and ""They make a hell of a lot more money treating sick animals!!"" \r\n\r\nTo say that ""all vets"" do anything is completely untrue. I've worked in the veterinary field for over 12 years alongside of many doctors, and there are as many different viewpoints regarding which vaccines are necessary as there are vets. Also, these statements imply that veterinarians as a whole deliberately make pets sick to make money by treating them. Nothing could be further from the truth! Veterinarians practice medicine because they love animals and want to help give them the best lives possible. I agree that some vaccine schedules can lead to overvaccination or even unnecessary vaccination, but prevention of disease is important and there are options, such as titers. Veterinary medicine, like all good medicine, is changing as time progresses, and they are discovering more and more which vaccine schedules offer the best protection with the least stress on the immune system. I'm very sorry for your losses, but I couldn't disagree more about Dr. Brockett. I worked for her many years ago and she was an *outstanding* doctor and a very caring person who loved animals. I would recommend her to anyone.

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This review stated: ""All vets in the U.S. rely on those of annual vaccination appointments to make the majority of their profits."" and ""They make a hell of a lot more money treating sick animals!!"" \r\n\r\nTo say that ""all vets"" do anything is completely untrue. I've worked in the veterinary field for over 12 years alongside of many doctors, and there are as many different viewpoints regarding which vaccines are necessary as there are vets. Also, these statements imply that veterinarians as a whole deliberately make pets sick to make money by treating them. Nothing could be further from the truth! Veterinarians practice medicine because they love animals and want to help give them the best lives possible. I agree that some vaccine schedules can lead to overvaccination or even unnecessary vaccination, but prevention of disease is important and there are options, such as titers. Veterinary medicine, like all good medicine, is changing as time progresses, and they are discovering more and more which vaccine schedules offer the best protection with the least stress on the immune system. I'm very sorry for your losses, but I couldn't disagree more about Dr. Brockett. I worked for her many years ago and she was an *outstanding* doctor and a very caring person who loved animals. I would recommend her to anyone.

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Most of today's vets are very mediocre and the same goes for Lisa Brockett. She knows precious little about good nutrition and preventive medicine. What leads to a lot of health problems, is the overvaccination of dogs and cats & she is just another vet in the sense of pushing those annual vaccinations and not telling her clients about the possible adverse reactions. Over the past two years I've lost two cats and a German shepherd, all to cancer. I thought I was doing the right thing by allowing any old vet give whatever shots they wanted to my pets. One cat developed terrible skin and food allergies and died this past Christmas of squamous cell cancer. The other cat had a bladder tumor -- inoperable by the time it was diagnosed. All vets in the U.S. rely on those of annual vaccination appointments to make the majority of their profits. If you don't believe me, research this yourself. Cancer in pets has reached epidemic proportions in the U.S. If you ask any vet about this, all they do is blame the toxins in the environment. Meanwhile, they know nothing about healthy nutrition and how to make animals thrive. Why? They make a hell of a lot more money treating sick animals!!

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Most of today's vets are very mediocre and the same goes for Lisa Brockett. She knows precious little about good nutrition and preventive medicine. What leads to a lot of health problems, is the overvaccination of dogs and cats & she is just another vet in the sense of pushing those annual vaccinations and not telling her clients about the possible adverse reactions. Over the past two years I've lost two cats and a German shepherd, all to cancer. I thought I was doing the right thing by allowing any old vet give whatever shots they wanted to my pets. One cat developed terrible skin and food allergies and died this past Christmas of squamous cell cancer. The other cat had a bladder tumor -- inoperable by the time it was diagnosed. All vets in the U.S. rely on those of annual vaccination appointments to make the majority of their profits. If you don't believe me, research this yourself. Cancer in pets has reached epidemic proportions in the U.S. If you ask any vet about this, all they do is blame the toxins in the environment. Meanwhile, they know nothing about healthy nutrition and how to make animals thrive. Why? They make a hell of a lot more money treating sick animals!!

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We've used this vet for 6 years and have always received great care for our dog. They are personable and back it up with knowledge. They tell you why they recommend certain shots/treatments and what to expect on your next visit whether it is next week or next year.

Great customer service. They have two separate waiting rooms for cats and dogs. Very useful!

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We've used this vet for 6 years and have always received great care for our dog. They are personable and back it up with knowledge. They tell you why they recommend certain shots/treatments and what to expect on your next visit whether it is next week or next year.

Great customer service. They have two separate waiting rooms for cats and dogs. Very useful!

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