Quakertown Veterinary Clinic

★★★☆☆
At Quakertown Veterinary Clinic, we strive to provide the best care for your animal. We provide both routine and 24-hour emergency care services to the tri-county area surrounding Quakertown, Pennsylvania. It is our mission to provide compassionate quality care for our patients and the owners who love them. Founded in the early 1900's, Quakertown Veterinary Clinic has expanded to include emergency and general care for companion animals, exotics, equine and farm animals, as well as boarding and grooming, laboratory and other services. We are proud to be an accredited member of the American Animal Hospital Association, meeting its high standards for excellence in veterinary care. Only 14% of the small animal veterinary facilities in North America can claim this distinction! Please call us at (215) 536-6245 with any questions you may have or to schedule an appointment.
  • 2250 N Old Bethlehem Pike

    Quakertown, PA 18951

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  • 215-536-6245

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My dog was under treatment at Green Lane Vet.Hosp. for 1 1/2 years. She was being treated for an ulcer, and suddenly got extremely ill. Green Lane was closed due to the weather, so my husband called Quakertown and they said to bring her right over. At that moment, our beloved Honey died. We took her to Quakertown to have her cremated, and decided we had to know why she died. From Stephanie at the desk, to the sweet girl who took Honey's body from us, to Dr. Catherine Genashevski (sic?) who did the autopsy, they were absolutly compassionate and kind. We found that Honey's Liver was completely diseased. It gave us a measure of closure. We will be taking our cat to her for now on.

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My dog was under treatment at Green Lane Vet.Hosp. for 1 1/2 years. She was being treated for an ulcer, and suddenly got extremely ill. Green Lane was closed due to the weather, so my husband called Quakertown and they said to bring her right over. At that moment, our beloved Honey died. We took her to Quakertown to have her cremated, and decided we had to know why she died. From Stephanie at the desk, to the sweet girl who took Honey's body from us, to Dr. Catherine Genashevski (sic?) who did the autopsy, they were absolutly compassionate and kind. We found that Honey's Liver was completely diseased. It gave us a measure of closure. We will be taking our cat to her for now on.

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Dr Clark is knowledgeable and compassionate. She cured one of my lovebirds of a severe respiratory illness many years ago, and stopped an excess egging problem in my present pet. I could not be more appreciative or impressed by her skills.

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Dr Clark is knowledgeable and compassionate. She cured one of my lovebirds of a severe respiratory illness many years ago, and stopped an excess egging problem in my present pet. I could not be more appreciative or impressed by her skills.

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We are new to house rabbits. She had been limping for days after a high jump (my fault). I called Friday night and got the receptionist who did everything she could to help and appologized that there would be an extra charge on off hours - kind of a Dah to me. Bunny was doing a little better but we kept the Monday appointment. The vet taught us so much in at least half an hour and gave us some anti-inflamatory. To make the bunny comfortable, the whole appointment was spent on the floor. We were thrilled and the appt.was very reasonable. We were convinced to have her spade. She is over 5 and we were afraid of anesthesia at her age. It seems that it was done just in time as she already had many cysts and a precancerous condition. Drs Clark and Mickley (and the surgeon) saved her life, that's all there is to it. She is happier and healthier now than any day since we rescued her.

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We are new to house rabbits. She had been limping for days after a high jump (my fault). I called Friday night and got the receptionist who did everything she could to help and appologized that there would be an extra charge on off hours - kind of a Dah to me. Bunny was doing a little better but we kept the Monday appointment. The vet taught us so much in at least half an hour and gave us some anti-inflamatory. To make the bunny comfortable, the whole appointment was spent on the floor. We were thrilled and the appt.was very reasonable. We were convinced to have her spade. She is over 5 and we were afraid of anesthesia at her age. It seems that it was done just in time as she already had many cysts and a precancerous condition. Drs Clark and Mickley (and the surgeon) saved her life, that's all there is to it. She is happier and healthier now than any day since we rescued her.

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This review is for Dr. Otto at Quakertown Vet Clinic. Our German shepherd, Jerry Bear had always had some hip problems, but last week I noticed his right hind foot was curled under and he was walking on his knuckles. We took him to another vet first, who diagnosed him witha back injury and gave us steroids and pain killers for Jerry. By Wed he had severe diahrrea and was not eating
just licking up gravy from his dish. By Sat he seemed very ill and we took him to DrOTTO who was on night call. She X rayed his back and found nothiing wrong, and made Jerry comfortable with pain killers, gave him and IV, cleaned him up and ran a battery of blood tests. It was too late for Jerry, I regret not taking him there sooner, Jerry died on Sunday with liver and kidney failure.
The care they gave our dog was over and beyond. They had cleaned and washed Jerry and had medicated him so he did not feel any pain. I am glad he died at Quakertown Vet Clinic instead of dying on painkillers at home. We took care of him the best we could, going on our other vet's advice, but it did not work on Jerry's problem, and the prednisone and Tramadol did not help his liver or kidney function. I am grateful to Dr. Otto and all the vet Technicians who cared for Jerry.

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★★★★☆

This review is for Dr. Otto at Quakertown Vet Clinic. Our German shepherd, Jerry Bear had always had some hip problems, but last week I noticed his right hind foot was curled under and he was walking on his knuckles. We took him to another vet first, who diagnosed him witha back injury and gave us steroids and pain killers for Jerry. By Wed he had severe diahrrea and was not eating
just licking up gravy from his dish. By Sat he seemed very ill and we took him to DrOTTO who was on night call. She X rayed his back and found nothiing wrong, and made Jerry comfortable with pain killers, gave him and IV, cleaned him up and ran a battery of blood tests. It was too late for Jerry, I regret not taking him there sooner, Jerry died on Sunday with liver and kidney failure.
The care they gave our dog was over and beyond. They had cleaned and washed Jerry and had medicated him so he did not feel any pain. I am glad he died at Quakertown Vet Clinic instead of dying on painkillers at home. We took care of him the best we could, going on our other vet's advice, but it did not work on Jerry's problem, and the prednisone and Tramadol did not help his liver or kidney function. I am grateful to Dr. Otto and all the vet Technicians who cared for Jerry.

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Took my sick cat there and he recieved the very best care! He couldn't walk and had stopped eating and drinking. They took the time to teach me all I needed to know to care for him at home. Dr Rupp did physical therapy on him for weeks and he is now able to walk. I never even knew there was such a service for cats. She was more than generous with her time and talent and I will forever be greatful for saving my baby! The time I have spent there I have gotten to know several other Dr's and the rest of the staff could not have been more supportive!Thanks again for saving Boomers life, you are truely amazing!

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Took my sick cat there and he recieved the very best care! He couldn't walk and had stopped eating and drinking. They took the time to teach me all I needed to know to care for him at home. Dr Rupp did physical therapy on him for weeks and he is now able to walk. I never even knew there was such a service for cats. She was more than generous with her time and talent and I will forever be greatful for saving my baby! The time I have spent there I have gotten to know several other Dr's and the rest of the staff could not have been more supportive!Thanks again for saving Boomers life, you are truely amazing!

Pros: Always available

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Several years ago we took our cat to Qtown Vet Clinic to be neutered. She returned home to us and immediately vomited every food and began to waste. We took her back for IV treatment overnight- they sent her home the next day- but she continued to waste & died a day later. We called them to report this and receieved no condolence. Later we recieved a HUGE bill. I called them quite upset because I felt that our previously very healthy and outgoing cat had been exposed to something while she was there- and that I should not have to pay for the emergency visit that they caused. Their cold response was that we never had her autopsied - interestingly, they conveniently had never mentioned even a possiblility of autopsy when I called to report her death earlier- (now she was buried and it was too late!) Basically- in dealing with a mourning customer- their attitude was not careing- but literally said to me "YOU CANT PROVE IT?!" This head vet person had me in such tears- I had never heard of such coldness- especially from one who is supposed to be healiing and caring for animals! I would never recommend taking an animal there- even for an emergency- for apparently the money matters more to them than your pet.

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★☆☆☆☆

Several years ago we took our cat to Qtown Vet Clinic to be neutered. She returned home to us and immediately vomited every food and began to waste. We took her back for IV treatment overnight- they sent her home the next day- but she continued to waste & died a day later. We called them to report this and receieved no condolence. Later we recieved a HUGE bill. I called them quite upset because I felt that our previously very healthy and outgoing cat had been exposed to something while she was there- and that I should not have to pay for the emergency visit that they caused. Their cold response was that we never had her autopsied - interestingly, they conveniently had never mentioned even a possiblility of autopsy when I called to report her death earlier- (now she was buried and it was too late!) Basically- in dealing with a mourning customer- their attitude was not careing- but literally said to me "YOU CANT PROVE IT?!" This head vet person had me in such tears- I had never heard of such coldness- especially from one who is supposed to be healiing and caring for animals! I would never recommend taking an animal there- even for an emergency- for apparently the money matters more to them than your pet.

Pros: none

Cons: believe cat caught fatal illness while there.

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I discovered the clinic thru a rescue,I adopted a HW+ from the south, we were working on treatment,the dog became ill and I took him there,I met Dr. Orbin,she was great and though I lost Zeus after only 2 months,I felt confident he had the best care.since that time I had to have two of my rotti rescues put down due to cancer,I can't begin to tell you how much love I felt when the time came. since that I have met 2 other vets,one being Dr. Ripling,she has a way with my rotti that makes me feel great,chloe is quite a handful but Jeanette never gets annoyed. I would recommend this place to anyone who needs a place that they can trust with their precious animals.

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★★★★★

I discovered the clinic thru a rescue,I adopted a HW+ from the south, we were working on treatment,the dog became ill and I took him there,I met Dr. Orbin,she was great and though I lost Zeus after only 2 months,I felt confident he had the best care.since that time I had to have two of my rotti rescues put down due to cancer,I can't begin to tell you how much love I felt when the time came. since that I have met 2 other vets,one being Dr. Ripling,she has a way with my rotti that makes me feel great,chloe is quite a handful but Jeanette never gets annoyed. I would recommend this place to anyone who needs a place that they can trust with their precious animals.

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I have used Quakertown Veterinary Clinic for 8 years. They offer everything; small animal general care, large animal general care, emergency and critical care services, exotics, full service laboratory, allergy testing, behavior consults, boarding, grooming, day care and more. It's a nice facilty that has recently been updated. The update was needed because the size of the building was too small for the demand of the consumers and they also needed to update some of their technology.

They have a huge staff of doctors for both large and small animal. When you have so many doctors it is easy to find a couple that you don't like, but also to find quite a few that you really do like. The worst is Dr. Linda Otto. I have no idea why she is on their staff. She has bad bedside manner, treats the staff like crap and has no problem preaching her religion to clients and staff. She will tell owners and anyone who will listen that animals do not have souls and will not go to heaven or the rainbow bridge. Not something you want to hear. Most of the other doctors are splendid. My favorite is Dr. Rosemary Newton. She worked very hard with my cat who had a very, very rare disorder, something that anyone else would have given up on, and was kind and patient with me during my cat's life. She is very understanding with her patients and has a high work ethic. Dr. Barin was also amazing with my cat and was another who wouldn't give up on her. Again, these are two out of many and I do like and respect most of the other doctors.

Their laboratory is remarkable. No other clinic has a lab like that in this area - or in this half of the state. They do countless routine and non-routine tests for all species. They are Coggins certified. The benefit of this enormous lab is that you rarely have to wait long for results. At other clinics, you have to wait up to 3 days for standard lab tests and the results aren't always accurate (I'm talking about you, Antech). there are times when QVC sends it's tests out, but that's usually for very detailed stuff. At their lab they do hematology, chemisty, IgG tests, forage analysis, water analysis, Coggins, microbiology, bacteriology and more. Their equipment is state of the art and better than most of the machines you would find at other clinics.

I know money is an issue these days, but QVC is actually among the cheapest around. Try walking into Gwynedd or Metropolitan with an Emergency. You are charged $300 just to breathe in those places. What people don't understand is that Veterinary medicine isn't free. At Quakertown Veterinary Clinic you are paying for fully-trained staff. I bet you don't realize that most "technicians" at the majority of PA vet hospitals aren't certified. They can be anyone hired off the street. Quakertown hires Certified Veterinary Technicians who have complete an associates or bachelors degree program, have passed a national/state exam for their license and who maintain continuing education credits every year. So you are paying for people with experience. And all the medicine they use on your pets isn't free. Fluids aren't free. Radiographs aren't free. To the person upset that their x ray copies cost money - why wouldn't they? To make copies they have to use special film with a special machine to copy the image. All of this stuff costs the clinic money, too. They have staff to pay.

All in all, this is one of the best clinics in the area.

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★★★★★

I have used Quakertown Veterinary Clinic for 8 years. They offer everything; small animal general care, large animal general care, emergency and critical care services, exotics, full service laboratory, allergy testing, behavior consults, boarding, grooming, day care and more. It's a nice facilty that has recently been updated. The update was needed because the size of the building was too small for the demand of the consumers and they also needed to update some of their technology.

They have a huge staff of doctors for both large and small animal. When you have so many doctors it is easy to find a couple that you don't like, but also to find quite a few that you really do like. The worst is Dr. Linda Otto. I have no idea why she is on their staff. She has bad bedside manner, treats the staff like crap and has no problem preaching her religion to clients and staff. She will tell owners and anyone who will listen that animals do not have souls and will not go to heaven or the rainbow bridge. Not something you want to hear. Most of the other doctors are splendid. My favorite is Dr. Rosemary Newton. She worked very hard with my cat who had a very, very rare disorder, something that anyone else would have given up on, and was kind and patient with me during my cat's life. She is very understanding with her patients and has a high work ethic. Dr. Barin was also amazing with my cat and was another who wouldn't give up on her. Again, these are two out of many and I do like and respect most of the other doctors.

Their laboratory is remarkable. No other clinic has a lab like that in this area - or in this half of the state. They do countless routine and non-routine tests for all species. They are Coggins certified. The benefit of this enormous lab is that you rarely have to wait long for results. At other clinics, you have to wait up to 3 days for standard lab tests and the results aren't always accurate (I'm talking about you, Antech). there are times when QVC sends it's tests out, but that's usually for very detailed stuff. At their lab they do hematology, chemisty, IgG tests, forage analysis, water analysis, Coggins, microbiology, bacteriology and more. Their equipment is state of the art and better than most of the machines you would find at other clinics.

I know money is an issue these days, but QVC is actually among the cheapest around. Try walking into Gwynedd or Metropolitan with an Emergency. You are charged $300 just to breathe in those places. What people don't understand is that Veterinary medicine isn't free. At Quakertown Veterinary Clinic you are paying for fully-trained staff. I bet you don't realize that most "technicians" at the majority of PA vet hospitals aren't certified. They can be anyone hired off the street. Quakertown hires Certified Veterinary Technicians who have complete an associates or bachelors degree program, have passed a national/state exam for their license and who maintain continuing education credits every year. So you are paying for people with experience. And all the medicine they use on your pets isn't free. Fluids aren't free. Radiographs aren't free. To the person upset that their x ray copies cost money - why wouldn't they? To make copies they have to use special film with a special machine to copy the image. All of this stuff costs the clinic money, too. They have staff to pay.

All in all, this is one of the best clinics in the area.

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traveled from northampton to quakertown for sick parrot after area vets were closed & valley central had no avian vet on duty. we were seen by dr clarke who gave us three options 1. admit the bird with cash due up front of 600.00 2.take the bird home & monitor her condition. 3.let her keep the bird and she would pay its medical bill but we would still have to pay 300.00. we left and drove 97 miles to red bank animal hospital in n.j. they gave our parrot iv fluids , put her on an an antibiotic and we have follwed up with allentown animal clinic for the past few weeks. she is doing very well would not take an animal to quakertown EVER EVER again would have given minus 1 star rating if it was an option

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traveled from northampton to quakertown for sick parrot after area vets were closed & valley central had no avian vet on duty. we were seen by dr clarke who gave us three options 1. admit the bird with cash due up front of 600.00 2.take the bird home & monitor her condition. 3.let her keep the bird and she would pay its medical bill but we would still have to pay 300.00. we left and drove 97 miles to red bank animal hospital in n.j. they gave our parrot iv fluids , put her on an an antibiotic and we have follwed up with allentown animal clinic for the past few weeks. she is doing very well would not take an animal to quakertown EVER EVER again would have given minus 1 star rating if it was an option

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I have been going to this clinic for years. They are a large practice. They got to be so big because they are that good! Doctors and staff are caring and courteous, the medical care is state of the art. If you need a new vet, check this place out, they are wonderful...I am sure if all the satisfied customers posted a review on here, they wouldnt fit!........21 years of service, for my large and small animals...I would never go anywhere else! WE LOVE YOU QVC!!! XXXXX

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I have been going to this clinic for years. They are a large practice. They got to be so big because they are that good! Doctors and staff are caring and courteous, the medical care is state of the art. If you need a new vet, check this place out, they are wonderful...I am sure if all the satisfied customers posted a review on here, they wouldnt fit!........21 years of service, for my large and small animals...I would never go anywhere else! WE LOVE YOU QVC!!! XXXXX

Pros: Great Service, Good people, professional care

Cons: NON!

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Do not go to this vet, I was stupid enough to return. Do not make the same mistake. I had to diagnose my dogs with Bloat and arthritis of the spine and demand X-rays. They also charged me for procedures that were not done. When I complained the "personal representative" hung up on me. They also did a Vet check for a horse I bought that I had to return when my farrier told me I could not ride this horse. Also when my dog was dying of bloat the staff was laughing at her X-rays saying they looked like a bobby pillow! I would not go back to this facility if they were the last vets on earth.

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Do not go to this vet, I was stupid enough to return. Do not make the same mistake. I had to diagnose my dogs with Bloat and arthritis of the spine and demand X-rays. They also charged me for procedures that were not done. When I complained the "personal representative" hung up on me. They also did a Vet check for a horse I bought that I had to return when my farrier told me I could not ride this horse. Also when my dog was dying of bloat the staff was laughing at her X-rays saying they looked like a bobby pillow! I would not go back to this facility if they were the last vets on earth.

Pros: Non

Cons: Misdiagnosed my Dogs Overcharged

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Took my 2 animals for an emergency visit. For my dog they miss diagnosed her and said she did not have bloat when she did. I had to insist on a X-ray. When they did X-ray her her stomach twisted. 2 members of the staff were laughing at her X-ray b/c it looked like a bobby pillow. Very cruel. My cat they charged me for a bath they never gave her. Staff is rude and they try to charge you for everything. They even asked me my budget on "what I could afford" When I complained about the above their "personal representative" hung up the phone on me. Stay away from this clinic. Go to U of Penn or Metropolitan in Trooper.

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Took my 2 animals for an emergency visit. For my dog they miss diagnosed her and said she did not have bloat when she did. I had to insist on a X-ray. When they did X-ray her her stomach twisted. 2 members of the staff were laughing at her X-ray b/c it looked like a bobby pillow. Very cruel. My cat they charged me for a bath they never gave her. Staff is rude and they try to charge you for everything. They even asked me my budget on "what I could afford" When I complained about the above their "personal representative" hung up the phone on me. Stay away from this clinic. Go to U of Penn or Metropolitan in Trooper.

Pros: None

Cons: Expensive and rude

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Incompetent vets, nickle and dime you for everything! complete rip off and they let our dog die in a cage there and screwed up my other dog's surgery and charged me to redo it!!!!! They left my dog sit in a cage for 4 days until they could get around to operate on her!!!!!!!! while she had a severely dislocated back leg!!!!! will NEVER go there again!!1 then they tried to charge me to take my xrays to my new vet, which i paid for in the 1st place!!!!

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Incompetent vets, nickle and dime you for everything! complete rip off and they let our dog die in a cage there and screwed up my other dog's surgery and charged me to redo it!!!!! They left my dog sit in a cage for 4 days until they could get around to operate on her!!!!!!!! while she had a severely dislocated back leg!!!!! will NEVER go there again!!1 then they tried to charge me to take my xrays to my new vet, which i paid for in the 1st place!!!!

Pros: None

Cons: Everything

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I have pet dogs and cats. My husband and I also do Boston Terrier rescue work.
We take all our pets and foster dogs to the Quakertown Vet Clinic. We have received exceptional care for our animals by the Vets and the support staff.
1. The clinic has many Vets on staff, if you don??t connect with one then ask to have you next appt with a different Vet. The clinic is open 24-7, how many Vets can you get 24-7 in the area, only Quakertown Vet Clinic.
2. Adel is a patient advocate. If you have any issues with the quality of care or cost, call Adel and she will help you navigate through your issue.
3. The cost of an appt is the same or slightly more, about $5.00 or less than other Vets in the area. Many times the follow up appt was done at no charge. Just like with all things in life you get what you pay for.
4. If you are a client at Quakertown Vet Clinic, any ER appt that you many require, fee is the same as a normal office visit. This is a benefit extended to regular clients. How can you beat that? $38.00 vs $75.00.
5. Any and all procedures are explained in detail as well as the cost. The Vets will offer their recommendation as well as the least expensive treatment to remedy the issue. Dr. Geller always will state the best case scenario and the worst and give the cost of both. It then becomes my decision as to how far and to what expense I want to pursue. IT IS MY DECISION.
6. Dr. Geller for our rescue dogs has given our group a non profit discount to help defray the costs to abused and abandoned Boston Terriers. No other Vet in the area will do the same.
7. My first dog Duke, at age 16yrs was critically ill from tumors rupturing in his vital organs. The staff at Quakertown Vet Clinic demonstrated compassion from Vet to front desk. I was able to spend as much time with him in the hospital area of the clinic as I wanted until I could feel comfortable with having him pts. I was allowed to stay with him even after he passed away, as much time as I needed.

We have tried other Veterinarians in the Quakertown area and have always returned to Quakertown Vet Clinic. Milford, I had a sick dog that I was told I could drop off and they would examine, she died before staff looked at her. And try to get an appt at Milford, weeks if not Months before you can get one. The smell at Milford is enough to knock a buzzard off of you know what kind of wagon. Alpha in Sellersville, talk about bad bedside manner, and they only have two Vets. Pleasant Valley, again rough demeanor and more costly, difficult to get an appt within a week. None of the Vets listed in this paragraph will let you behind the exam room. Who knows what the conditions are there?

In conclusion, if I were a pet I??d want to go to Quakertown Vet Clinic!

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★★★★★

I have pet dogs and cats. My husband and I also do Boston Terrier rescue work.
We take all our pets and foster dogs to the Quakertown Vet Clinic. We have received exceptional care for our animals by the Vets and the support staff.
1. The clinic has many Vets on staff, if you don??t connect with one then ask to have you next appt with a different Vet. The clinic is open 24-7, how many Vets can you get 24-7 in the area, only Quakertown Vet Clinic.
2. Adel is a patient advocate. If you have any issues with the quality of care or cost, call Adel and she will help you navigate through your issue.
3. The cost of an appt is the same or slightly more, about $5.00 or less than other Vets in the area. Many times the follow up appt was done at no charge. Just like with all things in life you get what you pay for.
4. If you are a client at Quakertown Vet Clinic, any ER appt that you many require, fee is the same as a normal office visit. This is a benefit extended to regular clients. How can you beat that? $38.00 vs $75.00.
5. Any and all procedures are explained in detail as well as the cost. The Vets will offer their recommendation as well as the least expensive treatment to remedy the issue. Dr. Geller always will state the best case scenario and the worst and give the cost of both. It then becomes my decision as to how far and to what expense I want to pursue. IT IS MY DECISION.
6. Dr. Geller for our rescue dogs has given our group a non profit discount to help defray the costs to abused and abandoned Boston Terriers. No other Vet in the area will do the same.
7. My first dog Duke, at age 16yrs was critically ill from tumors rupturing in his vital organs. The staff at Quakertown Vet Clinic demonstrated compassion from Vet to front desk. I was able to spend as much time with him in the hospital area of the clinic as I wanted until I could feel comfortable with having him pts. I was allowed to stay with him even after he passed away, as much time as I needed.

We have tried other Veterinarians in the Quakertown area and have always returned to Quakertown Vet Clinic. Milford, I had a sick dog that I was told I could drop off and they would examine, she died before staff looked at her. And try to get an appt at Milford, weeks if not Months before you can get one. The smell at Milford is enough to knock a buzzard off of you know what kind of wagon. Alpha in Sellersville, talk about bad bedside manner, and they only have two Vets. Pleasant Valley, again rough demeanor and more costly, difficult to get an appt within a week. None of the Vets listed in this paragraph will let you behind the exam room. Who knows what the conditions are there?

In conclusion, if I were a pet I??d want to go to Quakertown Vet Clinic!

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Our show dogs and pets have been patient's at QVC for about 18 years now. This is by far the finest Veterinary Hospital around. We have gotten the best care for our dogs (show and pet). Yes, they have added on and gotten much bigger and more expensive, BUT even though I cannot always get to see my favorite vets, I must admit that the new ones have been wonderful. I drive one hour from Collegeville, PA to get to my vets.........in an emergency I can make it in 30 minutes. Thank you to Sam Geller for always being there for us and coming to the phone at a moment's notice. Thank you Joseph Consigli for explaining to us everything that worried us so much on lab work, tests, and for your gentle hands (Lacey thanks you too). Thank you Rosemary Newton for saving our Bebe's life at 3am with a bowel obstruction and leaving the tiniest of scars. Thank you to all the vets who have attended to our dogs and to the techs who work so hard and the receptionists who squeeze us in at a moment's notice (and my puppy people too!)

Thank you to Dr. Dan Burnside for building a legacy and leaving that Legacy in the hands of the very capable Dr. Samuel Geller, VMD and staff. We are very grateful clients.

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Our show dogs and pets have been patient's at QVC for about 18 years now. This is by far the finest Veterinary Hospital around. We have gotten the best care for our dogs (show and pet). Yes, they have added on and gotten much bigger and more expensive, BUT even though I cannot always get to see my favorite vets, I must admit that the new ones have been wonderful. I drive one hour from Collegeville, PA to get to my vets.........in an emergency I can make it in 30 minutes. Thank you to Sam Geller for always being there for us and coming to the phone at a moment's notice. Thank you Joseph Consigli for explaining to us everything that worried us so much on lab work, tests, and for your gentle hands (Lacey thanks you too). Thank you Rosemary Newton for saving our Bebe's life at 3am with a bowel obstruction and leaving the tiniest of scars. Thank you to all the vets who have attended to our dogs and to the techs who work so hard and the receptionists who squeeze us in at a moment's notice (and my puppy people too!)

Thank you to Dr. Dan Burnside for building a legacy and leaving that Legacy in the hands of the very capable Dr. Samuel Geller, VMD and staff. We are very grateful clients.

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This clinic mis-diagnosed cancer in my dog, He will either have to have his leg removed or be put down within the next week because of the neglect of this clinic. Never returning calls, Vet made appt & then never showed up, they kept renewing pain pills even when I said my 1 year old pup was getting worse. Bad choice, They will charge you over $200 a visit and toss your dog aside. Fort Washington Vet is trying to save him...go there!

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This clinic mis-diagnosed cancer in my dog, He will either have to have his leg removed or be put down within the next week because of the neglect of this clinic. Never returning calls, Vet made appt & then never showed up, they kept renewing pain pills even when I said my 1 year old pup was getting worse. Bad choice, They will charge you over $200 a visit and toss your dog aside. Fort Washington Vet is trying to save him...go there!

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This clinic mis-diagnosed cancer in my dog, He will either have to have his leg removed or be put down within the next week because of the neglect of this clinic. Never returning calls, Vet made appt & then never showed up, they kept renewing pain pills even when I said my 1 year old pup was getting worse. Bad choice, They will charge you over $200 a visit and toss your dog aside. Fort Washington Vet is trying to save him...go there!

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This clinic mis-diagnosed cancer in my dog, He will either have to have his leg removed or be put down within the next week because of the neglect of this clinic. Never returning calls, Vet made appt & then never showed up, they kept renewing pain pills even when I said my 1 year old pup was getting worse. Bad choice, They will charge you over $200 a visit and toss your dog aside. Fort Washington Vet is trying to save him...go there!

Cons: They do not care, it about the money not the pet

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Dr Erin Miller is a wonderful, loving and caring animal doctor. She recently helped me with the most difficult situation of having my loyal and most loving friend put down after 16 1/2 yrs. I appreciate the time and care she took with us during this most difficult situation and thank her dearly.

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Dr Erin Miller is a wonderful, loving and caring animal doctor. She recently helped me with the most difficult situation of having my loyal and most loving friend put down after 16 1/2 yrs. I appreciate the time and care she took with us during this most difficult situation and thank her dearly.

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The staff of doctors is very knowledgeable and friendly. They have worked at the clinic for a very long time. Excellent boarding facilities and groomers too! Very clean.

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The staff of doctors is very knowledgeable and friendly. They have worked at the clinic for a very long time. Excellent boarding facilities and groomers too! Very clean.

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While I will agree that the prices are somewhat steeper, I have not had the same negative experiences as others. We have lost two animals over the past year (due to advanced old age), but still drive an hour each way from NJ for care for our 2 dogs and 3 cats.

Emergency care is traumatic and expensive, but I've always found that they are very up front about the estimates, and I've never felt they ignore any of the animals. When I've been there during an emergency (my own and others) I have always seen a great deal of attention to the critical cases.

Dr. Geller's arthritis treatment and Dr. DiNardo's ACL surgery made my lab's quality of life do a complete 180 for the last two years of his life.

There are a couple of doctors there who could use better bedside manner, but they've always been available, responsive, and attentive to us both for routine matters, life-threatening emergencies, and during the painful process of putting a loved pet down.

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While I will agree that the prices are somewhat steeper, I have not had the same negative experiences as others. We have lost two animals over the past year (due to advanced old age), but still drive an hour each way from NJ for care for our 2 dogs and 3 cats.

Emergency care is traumatic and expensive, but I've always found that they are very up front about the estimates, and I've never felt they ignore any of the animals. When I've been there during an emergency (my own and others) I have always seen a great deal of attention to the critical cases.

Dr. Geller's arthritis treatment and Dr. DiNardo's ACL surgery made my lab's quality of life do a complete 180 for the last two years of his life.

There are a couple of doctors there who could use better bedside manner, but they've always been available, responsive, and attentive to us both for routine matters, life-threatening emergencies, and during the painful process of putting a loved pet down.

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Because of some really BAD experiences at less expensive veterinarians, I've taken my pets (and I have several) to Quakertown Veterinary Clinic for years. Our experiences bring us back. I agree that doing the right thing for your pets can be costly. Also, "life happens" when even the best is intended.

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Because of some really BAD experiences at less expensive veterinarians, I've taken my pets (and I have several) to Quakertown Veterinary Clinic for years. Our experiences bring us back. I agree that doing the right thing for your pets can be costly. Also, "life happens" when even the best is intended.

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i took my dog there and spent a boat load of money for a dead dog!!!! After lots of test and unnesseary pain, they said my dog had pancreatitis and had to spend the night. when i went to visit my dog to say goodbye there were alot of animals in the hospital with only what i saw was three people there to take care of all those animals. i later found out that my dog died alone in a cage with no one around!!!! what kind of place is this!!!! my dogs last few moments of life were spent alone while these people were doing god know what!!! do not go here go to valley central emergency hospital!!!

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i took my dog there and spent a boat load of money for a dead dog!!!! After lots of test and unnesseary pain, they said my dog had pancreatitis and had to spend the night. when i went to visit my dog to say goodbye there were alot of animals in the hospital with only what i saw was three people there to take care of all those animals. i later found out that my dog died alone in a cage with no one around!!!! what kind of place is this!!!! my dogs last few moments of life were spent alone while these people were doing god know what!!! do not go here go to valley central emergency hospital!!!

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Today I came home from work and my kitten seemed to be gagging on something and it made this weird grinding sound. I couldnt figure out what it was. The vet I take my other cat too was closed so this was my next best bet. I called qtown vet clinic and explained that I was really worried and he needed to be checked out. When i was getting ready to leave I notice he was fine and maybe a hairball. So I called them back and told them that he was okay. They insisted he comes to the vet anyway so i just went. I was in the exam room for 15 min. They checked his heart and temp. They said he was perfectly fine and wut he might have been choking on he swallowed. I thought... well duh thats why I called you back! So I go to check out and had to pay 74 dollars for NOTHING. WOW.. Anyways I suggest Milford Vet Clinic. Kathy knows what she is doing and is very great with prices!

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Today I came home from work and my kitten seemed to be gagging on something and it made this weird grinding sound. I couldnt figure out what it was. The vet I take my other cat too was closed so this was my next best bet. I called qtown vet clinic and explained that I was really worried and he needed to be checked out. When i was getting ready to leave I notice he was fine and maybe a hairball. So I called them back and told them that he was okay. They insisted he comes to the vet anyway so i just went. I was in the exam room for 15 min. They checked his heart and temp. They said he was perfectly fine and wut he might have been choking on he swallowed. I thought... well duh thats why I called you back! So I go to check out and had to pay 74 dollars for NOTHING. WOW.. Anyways I suggest Milford Vet Clinic. Kathy knows what she is doing and is very great with prices!

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I just moved from Los Angeles to Philadelphia and boarded my dog, Cory, who fell ill and the boarding place recommended Quakertown Veterinary Clinic because, as they say "it was the closest." My mother and I ran Cory to this place they call a clinic and the veterinarian "Dr. Rodawold" couldn't have been less caring or compassionate. The dog could not move and had to be brought it on a stretcher, panting very hard, and Dr. Rodawold took her time coming in and acted like it was all too much trouble for her. They took the dog into the hospital and that night told me that the dog was fine, stable and was being taken out for a walk. The next morning Dr. Rodawold called to tell us that the dog needed extensive treatment (trying to get even more money) and when we said we were taking our dog out of there she argued and argued with my mother and told us we need to keep that dog there, that the dog could not travel. When we told her we were picking up Cory she was very angry said that Cory should be put to sleep. This horrible Doctor called us an hour later to say that Cory was dead. Really strange. What did she do to Cory? They then called me today to say that we needed to pay an extra $278.00 after already giving them a deposit of $200.00, Please don't take your wonderful pet to this place, they have broken our hearts. Please tell your family and friends.

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I just moved from Los Angeles to Philadelphia and boarded my dog, Cory, who fell ill and the boarding place recommended Quakertown Veterinary Clinic because, as they say "it was the closest." My mother and I ran Cory to this place they call a clinic and the veterinarian "Dr. Rodawold" couldn't have been less caring or compassionate. The dog could not move and had to be brought it on a stretcher, panting very hard, and Dr. Rodawold took her time coming in and acted like it was all too much trouble for her. They took the dog into the hospital and that night told me that the dog was fine, stable and was being taken out for a walk. The next morning Dr. Rodawold called to tell us that the dog needed extensive treatment (trying to get even more money) and when we said we were taking our dog out of there she argued and argued with my mother and told us we need to keep that dog there, that the dog could not travel. When we told her we were picking up Cory she was very angry said that Cory should be put to sleep. This horrible Doctor called us an hour later to say that Cory was dead. Really strange. What did she do to Cory? They then called me today to say that we needed to pay an extra $278.00 after already giving them a deposit of $200.00, Please don't take your wonderful pet to this place, they have broken our hearts. Please tell your family and friends.

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No matter what we go there for, it costs an arm & a leg. They make it impossible to try and keep your pets healthy unless your rich or willing to make payments on your credit card or take out a loan. We've been going there for years but like the last review, since they built the new complex the prices are outragous! $325-$350 to get a yorkies teeth cleaned?????? Give me a break!!!!

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No matter what we go there for, it costs an arm & a leg. They make it impossible to try and keep your pets healthy unless your rich or willing to make payments on your credit card or take out a loan. We've been going there for years but like the last review, since they built the new complex the prices are outragous! $325-$350 to get a yorkies teeth cleaned?????? Give me a break!!!!

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Well, they built the Taj Mahal of vet offices, and now we have to pay for it. This place is way overpriced, and we don't go there anymore because they messed up when we took our 15 year old sheltie to go to her final resting place there. They put her through a lot of unnecessary pain and trauma, and were emotionless.

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Well, they built the Taj Mahal of vet offices, and now we have to pay for it. This place is way overpriced, and we don't go there anymore because they messed up when we took our 15 year old sheltie to go to her final resting place there. They put her through a lot of unnecessary pain and trauma, and were emotionless.

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