Central Veterinary Hospital P.C.

★★★★☆
  • 1212 Clinch Ave

    Knoxville, TN 37916

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  • 865-525-1167

About Central Veterinary Hospital P.C.

Hours
Mon-Fri 7am-7pm ; Sat 7am-2pm ; Sun Closed

Pets & Animals

Pets & Animals
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THEY ONLY CARE ABOUT THE MONEY! I had my dog go get a neuter here. Dr. Wesley Keele and his assistant messed up, telling me his assistant switched the oxygen with the anesthetic after the neuter. This caused my dog to go into a coma and

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THEY ONLY CARE ABOUT THE MONEY! I had my dog go get a neuter here. Dr. Wesley Keele and his assistant messed up, telling me his assistant switched the oxygen with the anesthetic after the neuter. This caused my dog to go into a coma and

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Excellent pet care...my family has taken our animals here for over 20 years and have never been dissapointed. I began taking my dog here after he developed renal disease and I was given terrible advise from my vet in Johnson City. I have

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Excellent pet care...my family has taken our animals here for over 20 years and have never been dissapointed. I began taking my dog here after he developed renal disease and I was given terrible advise from my vet in Johnson City. I have

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THEY CARE ONLY ABOUT THE MONEY...they do not care about the pet owners emotional well being after losing a beloved pet only hours after an office visit...they will charge you for city services that the city offers for FREE(they use the

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THEY CARE ONLY ABOUT THE MONEY...they do not care about the pet owners emotional well being after losing a beloved pet only hours after an office visit...they will charge you for city services that the city offers for FREE(they use the

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The owner, who still practices, needs to retire. Overlooks things, forgets treatments/vaccines, and cares more about making a buck than the well-being of the animals. The technicians who work with your animals have little training, yet they do all the anesthesia during the surgery. And yes they have lost numerous animals during routine surgeries like spays and neuters. I highly recommend NOONE to go to Central Vet Hospital.

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The owner, who still practices, needs to retire. Overlooks things, forgets treatments/vaccines, and cares more about making a buck than the well-being of the animals. The technicians who work with your animals have little training, yet they do all the anesthesia during the surgery. And yes they have lost numerous animals during routine surgeries like spays and neuters. I highly recommend NOONE to go to Central Vet Hospital.

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The veterinarians here are wonderful. Always willing answer questions, and help if they can. The office however? Still trying to figure out what their Stray Animal Fund actually goes towards. I know of one heartworm positive stray dog that was there, and the office manager refused to approve the dogs treatment, even though a client was willing to make additional dotations. It seems like most of the staff really care about animals, but a few people there a just trying to make money.

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★★★☆☆

The veterinarians here are wonderful. Always willing answer questions, and help if they can. The office however? Still trying to figure out what their Stray Animal Fund actually goes towards. I know of one heartworm positive stray dog that was there, and the office manager refused to approve the dogs treatment, even though a client was willing to make additional dotations. It seems like most of the staff really care about animals, but a few people there a just trying to make money.

Pros: fantastic vets

Cons: well. . .

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My dog started going here as a small puppy and advice has been excellent. When I began to wonder if my puppy was deaf Dr. Ferrel was extremely helpful. He set me up with The University of Tennessee school of Veterinary medicine and had my pet tested. He also went out of his way to call me personally about my dog and I appreciated this.

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My dog started going here as a small puppy and advice has been excellent. When I began to wonder if my puppy was deaf Dr. Ferrel was extremely helpful. He set me up with The University of Tennessee school of Veterinary medicine and had my pet tested. He also went out of his way to call me personally about my dog and I appreciated this.

Pros: Great vets and warm employees

Cons: none discovered yet

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They take care of the local police dog's but I was kind of suprised the vet was afraid of my Belgian Malinois female. He seemed very uncomfortable with dealing with her. I like a vet who can handle her without a muzzle and an assistant . Thy ask a $33 office call plus anything they do so the bill are kind of high

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They take care of the local police dog's but I was kind of suprised the vet was afraid of my Belgian Malinois female. He seemed very uncomfortable with dealing with her. I like a vet who can handle her without a muzzle and an assistant . Thy ask a $33 office call plus anything they do so the bill are kind of high

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