Central Orange County Clinic

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  • 3720 Campus Dr Ste D

    Newport Beach, CA 92660

    Cross street: <p>Campus Dr &amp; Bristol Ave &amp; 73 Freeway</p>

    Map & Directions
  • (949) 491-1346

About Central Orange County Clinic

Hours
Mon-Fri 6am-8am ; Sat Noon-12am ; Open Holidays

Pets & Animals

Pets & Animals
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I took my dog here at 3 a.m. The vet that was working was Dr. Jennifer Wierschin. She was very rude and condescending. When presented with $1,000 estimate for my dog that had an upset stomach, I was curious as to what would cost that much. Her response was you either do this to take care of your dog or don't take care of your dog. She then went ranting on saying I don't understand is it the money. How many people take their pets to an emergency vet having that amount of money available to spend. After we came to an agreement with the vet she came out and told us that there was some food stuck in between her small and large intestine. We asked if this meant our dog would need surgery or will it just pass through. Her response was ""I can't predict the future!!!"" All in all, one horrible experience. If you live in Orange County and need to take your dog to emergency take them anywhere but here. I have been to the one in Garden Grove and one in Irvine. I would definitely take my pet to one of those instead.

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I took my dog here at 3 a.m. The vet that was working was Dr. Jennifer Wierschin. She was very rude and condescending. When presented with $1,000 estimate for my dog that had an upset stomach, I was curious as to what would cost that much. Her response was you either do this to take care of your dog or don't take care of your dog. She then went ranting on saying I don't understand is it the money. How many people take their pets to an emergency vet having that amount of money available to spend. After we came to an agreement with the vet she came out and told us that there was some food stuck in between her small and large intestine. We asked if this meant our dog would need surgery or will it just pass through. Her response was ""I can't predict the future!!!"" All in all, one horrible experience. If you live in Orange County and need to take your dog to emergency take them anywhere but here. I have been to the one in Garden Grove and one in Irvine. I would definitely take my pet to one of those instead.

 

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