Companion Animal Hospital

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  • 110 NE 25th Ave

    Hillsboro, OR 97124

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  • 503-536-7667

About Companion Animal Hospital

Hours
Sun 10am-5pm, Mon-Fri 8am-8pm, Sat 8am-5pm

Pets & Animals

Pets & Animals
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I called there to inquire about getting medication for worms. I knew what was wrong with my dog when he was losing weight, eating like crazy and very tired. They told me that over the counter worming medication was not good enough so I should bring him in. I brought him in and tried to explain that he had worms and just needed medicine. That vet ran two hundred dollars of lab tests that came back totally normal. Then ran a forty five dollar fecal test that proved what I said was correct. (maybe they should have run that test first.) I got three pills that the vet said was ""very expensive"" and she was right. Three hundred and sixty dollars later, the dog was diagnosed with worms, just like I told them.\n\nThis is not the only bad experience. My dog was given a rabies booster awhile back and they never recorded it so now my dog has to be revaccinated because there is no record. We will be changing vets. \n\nIt is a shame that people use a person's love for their pet to make them richer. DON'T GO TO THIS VET IF YOU DO NOT HAVE A LOT OF MONEY.

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I called there to inquire about getting medication for worms. I knew what was wrong with my dog when he was losing weight, eating like crazy and very tired. They told me that over the counter worming medication was not good enough so I should bring him in. I brought him in and tried to explain that he had worms and just needed medicine. That vet ran two hundred dollars of lab tests that came back totally normal. Then ran a forty five dollar fecal test that proved what I said was correct. (maybe they should have run that test first.) I got three pills that the vet said was ""very expensive"" and she was right. Three hundred and sixty dollars later, the dog was diagnosed with worms, just like I told them.\n\nThis is not the only bad experience. My dog was given a rabies booster awhile back and they never recorded it so now my dog has to be revaccinated because there is no record. We will be changing vets. \n\nIt is a shame that people use a person's love for their pet to make them richer. DON'T GO TO THIS VET IF YOU DO NOT HAVE A LOT OF MONEY.

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This place has ripped me off enough times now that I am finally done. I urge you to listen to other reviewers and avoid this place. The hidden fee's and charging before asking for consent is ridiculous. We have gone for follow ups that were supposed to be part of the original cost and they charged us and re-ran tests that we already knew the results to. 0 Stars if it were an option.\n

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This place has ripped me off enough times now that I am finally done. I urge you to listen to other reviewers and avoid this place. The hidden fee's and charging before asking for consent is ridiculous. We have gone for follow ups that were supposed to be part of the original cost and they charged us and re-ran tests that we already knew the results to. 0 Stars if it were an option.\n

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This is on the Hillsboro Companion Pet Clinic Took my 12 week old puppy in for a simple Hernia Operation and they SPAYED HER. They said I knew this all along and discussed it with me which they NEVER DID. Even called me a liar and said she would not be able to be bred anyway. So in a sense they took it upon themselves to make sure she would not breed pups with ""possible"" hernias. My research shows different. Besides that (and all reputable Vets knows this) females should not be spayed until they are between 6-7 months old! DO NOT TAKE ANY OF YOUR PETS THERE! \r\n

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This is on the Hillsboro Companion Pet Clinic Took my 12 week old puppy in for a simple Hernia Operation and they SPAYED HER. They said I knew this all along and discussed it with me which they NEVER DID. Even called me a liar and said she would not be able to be bred anyway. So in a sense they took it upon themselves to make sure she would not breed pups with ""possible"" hernias. My research shows different. Besides that (and all reputable Vets knows this) females should not be spayed until they are between 6-7 months old! DO NOT TAKE ANY OF YOUR PETS THERE! \r\n

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I've been taking my dog to Companion since he was 9 weeks old, he's now six. Sometimes there were issues such as when they were showing me his knees were bad, they popped them out, and caused him to limp for 4 weeks whenever we went on a walk that was more than a block or he jumped down from the couch. He hasn't really been the same since.\r\n \r\n\r\nAlso he has a chronic issue with his anal glands. Today he want to the vet to have them expressed. This is the first time the owner who is also a vet has looked at my dog. He was so uncaring, short, and rude. He didn't even do the anal gland expression as how the over vets at his office told me it had to be done. Its the why I have it done at the vet's office and not the groomer's My dog has had surgery on that part of his anatomy and I was told by the other vets that it needed to be done from the inside and he did not do this. After I called to complain, the receptionist advised that he was the owner, and didn't even tell me she would tell him my concerns, she just said she's write it in my dog's file. I guess since he was the owner that he didn't have to deal with complaints or issues from us. \r\n\r\nThe others vets are OK, but avoid Dr. Thoresen. I just looked at his vet license which is available online for the Oregon Veterinary Medical Examining Board and he has been restricted and//or disciplined. I found this out after he saw my dog and had such a bad experience.\r\n

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I've been taking my dog to Companion since he was 9 weeks old, he's now six. Sometimes there were issues such as when they were showing me his knees were bad, they popped them out, and caused him to limp for 4 weeks whenever we went on a walk that was more than a block or he jumped down from the couch. He hasn't really been the same since.\r\n \r\n\r\nAlso he has a chronic issue with his anal glands. Today he want to the vet to have them expressed. This is the first time the owner who is also a vet has looked at my dog. He was so uncaring, short, and rude. He didn't even do the anal gland expression as how the over vets at his office told me it had to be done. Its the why I have it done at the vet's office and not the groomer's My dog has had surgery on that part of his anatomy and I was told by the other vets that it needed to be done from the inside and he did not do this. After I called to complain, the receptionist advised that he was the owner, and didn't even tell me she would tell him my concerns, she just said she's write it in my dog's file. I guess since he was the owner that he didn't have to deal with complaints or issues from us. \r\n\r\nThe others vets are OK, but avoid Dr. Thoresen. I just looked at his vet license which is available online for the Oregon Veterinary Medical Examining Board and he has been restricted and//or disciplined. I found this out after he saw my dog and had such a bad experience.\r\n

Pros: walk ins welcome, open til 8pm on weekdays

Cons: can't trust the owner

 

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