Lowell Veterinary Ctr

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I took my cat to be Neutered and Have his back paws declawed. They gave me 1 price and charged 70$ more when i went to pick my cat up. When I called and asked why I was charged so much they said because my cat was over a year old sorry that we had a miscommunication but thats what the price is. They were good to my cat but could careless about anything else and they raised the Price on my after I dropped my cat off Knowing that I had to pay it because the procedure was already done. Very bad Business call.

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I took my cat to be Neutered and Have his back paws declawed. They gave me 1 price and charged 70$ more when i went to pick my cat up. When I called and asked why I was charged so much they said because my cat was over a year old sorry that we had a miscommunication but thats what the price is. They were good to my cat but could careless about anything else and they raised the Price on my after I dropped my cat off Knowing that I had to pay it because the procedure was already done. Very bad Business call.

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Our family had only been in the Lowell area for a few months and had not needed veterinary services until our 10 year old English Mastiff, Kailas, almost died. She went from being old and healthy to, what I know was, hours away from death. We had no idea what had caused the sudden (less than 48 hours) change in our pet, but she could barely move and labored heavily to breathe. Not knowing anyone in the area we called the closet vet.

The receptionist who answered at the Lowell Veterinary Center listened to my description of the situation and asked that we bring her in immediately. With no appointment I was assured that she would be seen as soon as possible. An hour and a few laboratory tests later Dr. Kuhl had come to a conclusion as to the problem. They kept her at the Clinic overnight and started her on the medications that seemed most reasonable given our dog's age and current circumstance, understanding all along that our family simply could not afford to spend an exorbitant amount of money to extend what had already been a full life.

Dr. Kuhl called later that evening before leaving the clinic to let me know that Kailas had eaten some and was comfortable. She called again the next morning after receiving the results of a more detailed exam that she had sent off the previous night. The news, unfortunately, was fairly grim and I picked Kailas up that afternoon knowing that we would be spending our last weekend together. Although she was certainly feeling better and seemed more comfortable, the heavy breathing and lethargy continued.

When Monday arrived there was only slight change in Kailas' health, but the change was a positive one. I brought her back in that day for a follow-up at which time we agreed on a reasonable course of action. Dr. Kuhl filled the three presciptions Kailas would be on in her office and I went home feeling empowered and informed about the situation, even if the worst were to happen.

And now the best part: Kailas is, at the time I write this, about three weeks removed from the initial onset of her condition and is completely back to her old self! Yes, she looks a little older now and spends almost all of her time inside, but she is absolutely back to being the happy, sweet and protective member of our family that she has always been. Sure, another Veterinarian could have just as likely been able to help bring about the results we have experienced, but Dr. Kuhl did so with a level of caring, knowledge and experience that not all have. She made an emotionally and physically challenging ordeal much easier to bear and she has earned my trust and respect for life. Any pet owner would be in good hands with Dr. Kuhl as their Veterinarian.

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Our family had only been in the Lowell area for a few months and had not needed veterinary services until our 10 year old English Mastiff, Kailas, almost died. She went from being old and healthy to, what I know was, hours away from death. We had no idea what had caused the sudden (less than 48 hours) change in our pet, but she could barely move and labored heavily to breathe. Not knowing anyone in the area we called the closet vet.

The receptionist who answered at the Lowell Veterinary Center listened to my description of the situation and asked that we bring her in immediately. With no appointment I was assured that she would be seen as soon as possible. An hour and a few laboratory tests later Dr. Kuhl had come to a conclusion as to the problem. They kept her at the Clinic overnight and started her on the medications that seemed most reasonable given our dog's age and current circumstance, understanding all along that our family simply could not afford to spend an exorbitant amount of money to extend what had already been a full life.

Dr. Kuhl called later that evening before leaving the clinic to let me know that Kailas had eaten some and was comfortable. She called again the next morning after receiving the results of a more detailed exam that she had sent off the previous night. The news, unfortunately, was fairly grim and I picked Kailas up that afternoon knowing that we would be spending our last weekend together. Although she was certainly feeling better and seemed more comfortable, the heavy breathing and lethargy continued.

When Monday arrived there was only slight change in Kailas' health, but the change was a positive one. I brought her back in that day for a follow-up at which time we agreed on a reasonable course of action. Dr. Kuhl filled the three presciptions Kailas would be on in her office and I went home feeling empowered and informed about the situation, even if the worst were to happen.

And now the best part: Kailas is, at the time I write this, about three weeks removed from the initial onset of her condition and is completely back to her old self! Yes, she looks a little older now and spends almost all of her time inside, but she is absolutely back to being the happy, sweet and protective member of our family that she has always been. Sure, another Veterinarian could have just as likely been able to help bring about the results we have experienced, but Dr. Kuhl did so with a level of caring, knowledge and experience that not all have. She made an emotionally and physically challenging ordeal much easier to bear and she has earned my trust and respect for life. Any pet owner would be in good hands with Dr. Kuhl as their Veterinarian.

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My furballs have been patients of the Lowell Veterinary Center for many years. The staff is very professional, knowledgeable and friendly. The vets are the best and I would never consider going any place else.

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My furballs have been patients of the Lowell Veterinary Center for many years. The staff is very professional, knowledgeable and friendly. The vets are the best and I would never consider going any place else.

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