Dr. Rothe is a most compassionate vet. I foster for Col. Potter Cairn Rescue, and brought my last foster dog in for a dental and to have a couple growths removed. Dr. Rothe found a malignant tumor, and thought he might have a few more months. When the time came, I brought him to be put to sleep, and I could feel Dr. Rothe's and the rest of the staff's compassion. It didn't matter if it was Jockey's second visit there, but he was treated as if he had been a patient of many years. This is so important in a vet.
I adore Dr. Rothe, he has been my vet for 20+ yrs and I feel very comfortable leaving my dogs in his care. He is fair and honest and will never cheat you. He truely cares for the well being of your pet and is very knowledgable and up to date on animal issues.
I love the fact that my dogs are not shut away in some room. I know my guys are just at the end of the hall and the door is usually open (love that)--I can rest at ease.
You will love him too.
Pros: Kind and caring towards animals
Cons: Parking lot is small for larger cars
Dr Rothe is my faveorite vet - I would not take my pets to any other hospital. Dr Halperin is great, too.
The veterinarians and vet techs take the time to talk with you and take great care of the animals they see. There is great compassion for the pets as your extended family members, and there is a great work ethic here.
Getting your pets spayed or neutered? Take them here! This facility does not try and add other unneccessary fees, services, etc. they will recommend a panel before a surgical treatment of any kind on an onlder pet - a worthwhile investment.
Pros: Friendly, warm atmosphere. Professional
Cons: Parking is tricky - small lot