Campus Veterinary Clinic

★★★☆☆
37.8739 -122.273
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1807 Martin Luther King Jr Way

Berkeley, CA

94709-2183

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Mon - Fri, 7:15am - 6pm; Sat, 7:15am - 3pm; Sun, closed

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Filthy office, the staff was competent, the services were okay, but the place was dirt and then some. There are other veterinarians out there to choose from.

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★★☆☆☆

Filthy office, the staff was competent, the services were okay, but the place was dirt and then some. There are other veterinarians out there to choose from.

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First off, let me begin by saying Campus Vet is competent and professional. They refilled our dog's prescription of prednisone so his once-a-year itching flare-ups can be treated. Our dog can be a little whiny at times, but they handle him well. Recommended.

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★★★★☆

First off, let me begin by saying Campus Vet is competent and professional. They refilled our dog's prescription of prednisone so his once-a-year itching flare-ups can be treated. Our dog can be a little whiny at times, but they handle him well. Recommended.

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I have been a client of Campus Vet since the mid 80s and have always found them to be compassionate, thorough and extremely helpful. I can't say I've really gone price shopping, because the quality of the care for my dogs is more important than the cost and they've always done right by my animals. In 2004, my one year old dog was hit by a car on the Friday before the Memorial Day weekend. I showed up with him in my arms, bleeding and with his eye popped out, at 5 minutes to 5, just as they were preparing to close for the holiday weekend. They stayed with him until he was stabilized and could be safely transferred to the local pet emergency hospital, some three hours later. You can't buy that kind of dedication.Maybe there are other, equally good, dedicated vets in the area, that may even charge less. But Campus Vet is a quality organization that I trust with the lives of my pets.

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★★★★★

I have been a client of Campus Vet since the mid 80s and have always found them to be compassionate, thorough and extremely helpful. I can't say I've really gone price shopping, because the quality of the care for my dogs is more important than the cost and they've always done right by my animals. In 2004, my one year old dog was hit by a car on the Friday before the Memorial Day weekend. I showed up with him in my arms, bleeding and with his eye popped out, at 5 minutes to 5, just as they were preparing to close for the holiday weekend. They stayed with him until he was stabilized and could be safely transferred to the local pet emergency hospital, some three hours later. You can't buy that kind of dedication.Maybe there are other, equally good, dedicated vets in the area, that may even charge less. But Campus Vet is a quality organization that I trust with the lives of my pets.

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I'm shocked by the negative reviews. I have found the CVC to be friendly and willing to accommodate the need for quick appointments or changes in my schedule. Dr. Reid is kind and very attuned to cats-- which I have found to be rare, as many vets seem to cater to dogs only. The most important thing, though, is that any time I've needed advice, it has been given to me over the phone--quickly and free of charge! They even came up with a personalized diet plan for my cat based on food I chose, not food they tried to sell me. And when I was concerned about possible side effects of medication, Dr. Yen called me within 5 minutes of my call and immediately wrote a new prescription, after discussing the pros and cons of various meds. Dr. Reid is willing to answer any question I might have no matter how off topic (I have a real interest in animal behavior), and she never makes me feel rushed. What is more, the staff has been nothing but kind... plus, they have parking!!

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★★★★★

I'm shocked by the negative reviews. I have found the CVC to be friendly and willing to accommodate the need for quick appointments or changes in my schedule. Dr. Reid is kind and very attuned to cats-- which I have found to be rare, as many vets seem to cater to dogs only. The most important thing, though, is that any time I've needed advice, it has been given to me over the phone--quickly and free of charge! They even came up with a personalized diet plan for my cat based on food I chose, not food they tried to sell me. And when I was concerned about possible side effects of medication, Dr. Yen called me within 5 minutes of my call and immediately wrote a new prescription, after discussing the pros and cons of various meds. Dr. Reid is willing to answer any question I might have no matter how off topic (I have a real interest in animal behavior), and she never makes me feel rushed. What is more, the staff has been nothing but kind... plus, they have parking!!

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If you want to pay more for veterinary services and be treated badly, then go here. They don't care if you are a client or not, just want to make a buck. The receptionist was rude and did not try out the problem I was having. Not a good place...

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★☆☆☆☆

If you want to pay more for veterinary services and be treated badly, then go here. They don't care if you are a client or not, just want to make a buck. The receptionist was rude and did not try out the problem I was having. Not a good place...

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We have been clients at Campus Vet for several years, always paying on time and being charged more, IMO, than what the service has been worth. We have been going for convenience reasons mostly as it's nearby. I called to get a microchip put in our cat, and was told besides the $60 fee for that, I would need to schedule a regular check up since our cat has not been in for 8 months and pay extra for the checkup! When I said that I could get it done on Saturday at a pet clinic for $40, the receptionist said, "Fine.". ARE YOU KIDDING ME?? I called Dr. Four Paws and he will take me today for $40 with no new client fees! Guess we have a new vet!

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★☆☆☆☆

We have been clients at Campus Vet for several years, always paying on time and being charged more, IMO, than what the service has been worth. We have been going for convenience reasons mostly as it's nearby. I called to get a microchip put in our cat, and was told besides the $60 fee for that, I would need to schedule a regular check up since our cat has not been in for 8 months and pay extra for the checkup! When I said that I could get it done on Saturday at a pet clinic for $40, the receptionist said, "Fine.". ARE YOU KIDDING ME?? I called Dr. Four Paws and he will take me today for $40 with no new client fees! Guess we have a new vet!

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Wow. Some of the negative reviews made me feel obligated to jump in and say a few words. Veterinary care costs money, by now all of us know that, but when that care saves your pet's life you know who the good vets are and this clinic is fantastic. Dr. Reid saved my cat's life when two other local vets said she wouldn't have a chance. I got updates, information and comfort throughout the day while my cat was hospitalized. This vet is good and she cares, and if you haven't noticed this then I wonder who YOU are and what type of client YOU are. I am a small business owner and am forever amazed at how critical people are when in fact it is they who are difficult to deal with. That being said, I give these people 5 stars; from the cute girl at the front desk, to the nurses, to the vets...they have been wonderful.

5
★★★★★

Wow. Some of the negative reviews made me feel obligated to jump in and say a few words. Veterinary care costs money, by now all of us know that, but when that care saves your pet's life you know who the good vets are and this clinic is fantastic. Dr. Reid saved my cat's life when two other local vets said she wouldn't have a chance. I got updates, information and comfort throughout the day while my cat was hospitalized. This vet is good and she cares, and if you haven't noticed this then I wonder who YOU are and what type of client YOU are. I am a small business owner and am forever amazed at how critical people are when in fact it is they who are difficult to deal with. That being said, I give these people 5 stars; from the cute girl at the front desk, to the nurses, to the vets...they have been wonderful.

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Dr Reid is an excellent vet and a caring person. We have extensive experience with her caring for our sick dog. I would recommend her to anyone, especially dog lovers.

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★★★★★

Dr Reid is an excellent vet and a caring person. We have extensive experience with her caring for our sick dog. I would recommend her to anyone, especially dog lovers.

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Keep your pets out of these unprofessional people. You pet is just a business to them. Both drs. Are really terrible. The old one is expressionless, he has his own world does not communicate well and keep things to himself. You have to ask to get something (if lucky) out of him. Surprisingly his around pets despite his depressed look and demeanor!
The second dr is really new and terrible, she is learning every day, misdiagnosing your pet illness in a common thing not an exception! One of the receptionists has a nice smile, but boy she is mean like a devil! Please do me a favor, do not use them! They are simply raw people and their main goal is to get your money! If you really love and care about your pets, these people are not the right one for your loved ones!

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★☆☆☆☆

Keep your pets out of these unprofessional people. You pet is just a business to them. Both drs. Are really terrible. The old one is expressionless, he has his own world does not communicate well and keep things to himself. You have to ask to get something (if lucky) out of him. Surprisingly his around pets despite his depressed look and demeanor!
The second dr is really new and terrible, she is learning every day, misdiagnosing your pet illness in a common thing not an exception! One of the receptionists has a nice smile, but boy she is mean like a devil! Please do me a favor, do not use them! They are simply raw people and their main goal is to get your money! If you really love and care about your pets, these people are not the right one for your loved ones!

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I loved Dr. Berger and continued to go after he left-- What a mistake! Dr. Yen has little connection with animals and is always trying to upsell products. Just because they bought a new dental x-ray machine does not mean every patient needs x-rays to help them pay for it! Come on, why would I get a full dental on a 6 month old kitten??? The staff used to be the one benefit of going there, but lately they seem to get an entirely new set of techs monthly. They are very disorganized, losing the samples they took from my animals before the labs were run. Not only did they make me bring my dog back in to take new samples, but they wanted to charge me for another office visit!!
DO NOT GO HERE!!!!!!!!!

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★☆☆☆☆

I loved Dr. Berger and continued to go after he left-- What a mistake! Dr. Yen has little connection with animals and is always trying to upsell products. Just because they bought a new dental x-ray machine does not mean every patient needs x-rays to help them pay for it! Come on, why would I get a full dental on a 6 month old kitten??? The staff used to be the one benefit of going there, but lately they seem to get an entirely new set of techs monthly. They are very disorganized, losing the samples they took from my animals before the labs were run. Not only did they make me bring my dog back in to take new samples, but they wanted to charge me for another office visit!!
DO NOT GO HERE!!!!!!!!!

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I had a housemate who used to bike to and from campus. Anyhow, one day he was rounding a corner and some car pulled out into him allowing him to faceplant right out front of the vet clinic there. Thankfully it is run by decent people who helped him out even though he's not a cat. Such decency in dealing with strangers must surely translate to a good bedside manner with precious pets.

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★★★★★

I had a housemate who used to bike to and from campus. Anyhow, one day he was rounding a corner and some car pulled out into him allowing him to faceplant right out front of the vet clinic there. Thankfully it is run by decent people who helped him out even though he's not a cat. Such decency in dealing with strangers must surely translate to a good bedside manner with precious pets.

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We originally started going to Campus Vet when Dr. Berger was still there. Now, Dr. Simon Yen runs the place. Dr. Yen has been fabulous. He's very kind and gentle with the animals and empathetic with the owners.

We've had tumors removed and biopsied on one of our dogs and had to euthanize our elderly cat due to extreme decline in health.

Dr. Yen was wonderful through all our pets trials and tribulations. We actually live in the Oakland Hills but travel to Berkeley for vet care.

When our cat passed away, Dr. Yen took impressions of our cats paw prints for us. It was a very kind and sweet gesture.

PROS: Has parking, can usually get in on short notice, will return e-mails
CONS: It's a bit out of our way, but we wouldn't go to any other vet!

5
★★★★★

We originally started going to Campus Vet when Dr. Berger was still there. Now, Dr. Simon Yen runs the place. Dr. Yen has been fabulous. He's very kind and gentle with the animals and empathetic with the owners.

We've had tumors removed and biopsied on one of our dogs and had to euthanize our elderly cat due to extreme decline in health.

Dr. Yen was wonderful through all our pets trials and tribulations. We actually live in the Oakland Hills but travel to Berkeley for vet care.

When our cat passed away, Dr. Yen took impressions of our cats paw prints for us. It was a very kind and sweet gesture.

PROS: Has parking, can usually get in on short notice, will return e-mails
CONS: It's a bit out of our way, but we wouldn't go to any other vet!

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I love this place! Everyone was very warm and welcoming to my very very very shy dog and my outgoing friendly one as well . The receptionist I spoke with on the phone was very sweet and offered me several appointment times when I gave her the date I wanted to come in. She waited patiently while I fumbled with my calendar and had to put her on hold. \r\n I saw Dr. Reid for my first visit and she was great with my dogs. She listened well and didnt try to rush me out of the room. She gave me estimates for the dental procedures my pooch's badly needed and didnt pressure me to schedule right away.\r\n My second visit was with Dr. Yen. He clearly has a great amount of knowledge and his quiet demeanor worked wonders on my usually terrified dog. He figured out one of my dogs has a pancreatic issue and we have been successfully treating it ever since..yea!\r\n The cost of this clinic is equal to other area clinics and I truly believe I have gotten more than my money's worth here. If you are searching for super duper low cost clinics you will find that their service and care for you animal is as low as their price...experienced price shopper speaking here. \r\n I really like this place and have recommended it to several friends who are also fans!

5
★★★★★

I love this place! Everyone was very warm and welcoming to my very very very shy dog and my outgoing friendly one as well . The receptionist I spoke with on the phone was very sweet and offered me several appointment times when I gave her the date I wanted to come in. She waited patiently while I fumbled with my calendar and had to put her on hold. \r\n I saw Dr. Reid for my first visit and she was great with my dogs. She listened well and didnt try to rush me out of the room. She gave me estimates for the dental procedures my pooch's badly needed and didnt pressure me to schedule right away.\r\n My second visit was with Dr. Yen. He clearly has a great amount of knowledge and his quiet demeanor worked wonders on my usually terrified dog. He figured out one of my dogs has a pancreatic issue and we have been successfully treating it ever since..yea!\r\n The cost of this clinic is equal to other area clinics and I truly believe I have gotten more than my money's worth here. If you are searching for super duper low cost clinics you will find that their service and care for you animal is as low as their price...experienced price shopper speaking here. \r\n I really like this place and have recommended it to several friends who are also fans!

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Receptionist are horribly rude, please avoid interaction w/ them.\r\nTheir medications are overly priced, please buy them somewhere else.\r\nDr Yen is out of this universe, no smile, no feedback, dont tell you anything, he is terrible\r\nDr Reid is a new add on, she seems nice/friendly, but I do care about how well she does with pets, unfortunately she failed twice diagnosing my pet's illness.\r\nThe manager (a blond) she should not be around animals, she is only after your $$$.\r\nRe: $$$, Dr. Yen wanted ~$500 for one procedure, which costed me only $210 somewhere else.\r\nConclusion: they are banking on animals, they are simply a fake business, maybe criminals!

1
★☆☆☆☆

Receptionist are horribly rude, please avoid interaction w/ them.\r\nTheir medications are overly priced, please buy them somewhere else.\r\nDr Yen is out of this universe, no smile, no feedback, dont tell you anything, he is terrible\r\nDr Reid is a new add on, she seems nice/friendly, but I do care about how well she does with pets, unfortunately she failed twice diagnosing my pet's illness.\r\nThe manager (a blond) she should not be around animals, she is only after your $$$.\r\nRe: $$$, Dr. Yen wanted ~$500 for one procedure, which costed me only $210 somewhere else.\r\nConclusion: they are banking on animals, they are simply a fake business, maybe criminals!

Pros: NULL/ZERO

Cons: unprofessionals, money makers, your pet=$$$ to them, rude receptionists!

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How can such an overpriced, uncaring clinic stay in business? I heard that the vets before were good and honestly cared about the animals. Not so now. Do yourself a favor and stay away, unless you have money to burn.

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★☆☆☆☆

How can such an overpriced, uncaring clinic stay in business? I heard that the vets before were good and honestly cared about the animals. Not so now. Do yourself a favor and stay away, unless you have money to burn.

Cons: receptionists who are rude and don't care, high fees, lots of extra fees tagged on for routine services

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Only go here if you like to over pay for services and be treated rudely by staff with no genuine care about your pet. Client loyalty does not seem to be a factor here, only how much money they can get from you. Although they are nearby, I'm forced to go to a better, more caring, reasonably priced vet. Maybe it's a blessing.

1
★☆☆☆☆

Only go here if you like to over pay for services and be treated rudely by staff with no genuine care about your pet. Client loyalty does not seem to be a factor here, only how much money they can get from you. Although they are nearby, I'm forced to go to a better, more caring, reasonably priced vet. Maybe it's a blessing.

Pros: nearby

Cons: over priced, uncaring, rude receptionists

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These guys are excellent. I stopped in a couple of days ago and saw Dr. Reid for routine vaccines. She looked my dog over from head to toe and he seemed to enjoy the whole exam. She was very gentle and extremely thorough. I have also seen Dr. Yen in the past ,and he did a great job pulling a bunch of my pooch's loose and infected teeth. Since the procedure I really think he feels like a million bucks.\r\nI would recommend this wonderful little neighborhood gem to anyone.

5
★★★★★

These guys are excellent. I stopped in a couple of days ago and saw Dr. Reid for routine vaccines. She looked my dog over from head to toe and he seemed to enjoy the whole exam. She was very gentle and extremely thorough. I have also seen Dr. Yen in the past ,and he did a great job pulling a bunch of my pooch's loose and infected teeth. Since the procedure I really think he feels like a million bucks.\r\nI would recommend this wonderful little neighborhood gem to anyone.

Pros: Great doctors and staff. They are generally on time and seem to really care.

Cons: Could use a few more parking spaces, but there is plenty on the streets nearby

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These guys are really good. Like everyone, I liked Dr. Berger, but Dr. Yen and Dr. Kisamov are quite good too. Dr. Yen has a very mild bedside manner. I think that he cares very much, but just is more reserved, which may be a cultural difference. They have done a lot for my cat, including emergency surgery, helpful recommendations, regular check-ups, and useful referrals. I would recommend this office to anyone.

4
★★★★☆

These guys are really good. Like everyone, I liked Dr. Berger, but Dr. Yen and Dr. Kisamov are quite good too. Dr. Yen has a very mild bedside manner. I think that he cares very much, but just is more reserved, which may be a cultural difference. They have done a lot for my cat, including emergency surgery, helpful recommendations, regular check-ups, and useful referrals. I would recommend this office to anyone.

Pros: Good pet care, Convenient appts available (often same-say), caring staff

Cons: Independent prices (more expensive, but worth it)

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I have been going to Campus Vet for well over 10 years and, yes I liked Dr. Berger and was shocked when he said he was going to retire, but we all get to do that (someday). I just read an awful review by someone that made me mad and about the new owner Dr. Yen. He is very good with my animals and is very honest with me, he only recommends what is best for my pets. Sometimes I misunderstand him, but I have no problem asking him to repeat what he said. My pets are my life and my love, I trust the entire crew at Campus Veterinary Clinic. One day I made an appointment for my dog and I met the new associate doctor, Dr. Reid. She is very nice and is very caring with my pets needs, glad she is there. I liked Dr. Bela and get to see her once in a while. The hospital is very clean and the staff is so nice to visit, they really care when we walk in the door for our visit. Keep up the good work!

5
★★★★★

I have been going to Campus Vet for well over 10 years and, yes I liked Dr. Berger and was shocked when he said he was going to retire, but we all get to do that (someday). I just read an awful review by someone that made me mad and about the new owner Dr. Yen. He is very good with my animals and is very honest with me, he only recommends what is best for my pets. Sometimes I misunderstand him, but I have no problem asking him to repeat what he said. My pets are my life and my love, I trust the entire crew at Campus Veterinary Clinic. One day I made an appointment for my dog and I met the new associate doctor, Dr. Reid. She is very nice and is very caring with my pets needs, glad she is there. I liked Dr. Bela and get to see her once in a while. The hospital is very clean and the staff is so nice to visit, they really care when we walk in the door for our visit. Keep up the good work!

Pros: Parking in front is very nice. I like the waiting room, it's very comfortable

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Only once have I ever been to a vet who cared as little about animals as Dr. Yen, and that was years ago at a dispreputable nationwide chain where I should have expected it. He doesn't bother to even greet the animals or talk soothingly to them and in spite of the valiant attempt by one tech the whole experience felt surprisingly cold and inhuman. I've long had a wonderful vet who, along with his whole staff, absolutely adores animals but last year moved to Berkeley and tried Campus Vet Clinic. I was shocked to find Dr. Yen to be so utterly unsympathetic and cold to my dog. He didn't even bother greeting him or talk soothingly as he did the exam, and while my dog had always been thrilled at the love he got at the other vet (regardless of what they did, even clipping his nails!) he was VERY uncomfortable in Dr. Yen's hands. He is entirely used to strangers petting him and paying attention to him because he is a strikingly odd but friendly looking dog that seems to draw the attention of just about everyone who passes so this says a lot! I brought him to Campus Vet late last year and only thought to write this when searching for a different vet to try. I won't say Dr. Yen is medically incompetent, but when it comes to animal care a passion for their patients' comfort and wellbeing is absolutely essential. A complete lack of empathy and, to be honest, basic human manners as well is unacceptable. \r\n\r\nHeed what others said about running up the bill. Would you let your human infant be given dental x-rays when you'd brought them in for vaccinations? I could buy a NICE new car with the amount I've spent on vet care in last few years and didn't flinch one moment, but that was all vital. It's offensive to have useless tests pushed.\r\n\r\nThere are great vets in Berkeley, ask around. I feel sorry for the one vet tech I encountered who really did love animals - hope they've found a better place to work because we need compassionate techs and she'll burn out otherwise.

1
★☆☆☆☆

Only once have I ever been to a vet who cared as little about animals as Dr. Yen, and that was years ago at a dispreputable nationwide chain where I should have expected it. He doesn't bother to even greet the animals or talk soothingly to them and in spite of the valiant attempt by one tech the whole experience felt surprisingly cold and inhuman. I've long had a wonderful vet who, along with his whole staff, absolutely adores animals but last year moved to Berkeley and tried Campus Vet Clinic. I was shocked to find Dr. Yen to be so utterly unsympathetic and cold to my dog. He didn't even bother greeting him or talk soothingly as he did the exam, and while my dog had always been thrilled at the love he got at the other vet (regardless of what they did, even clipping his nails!) he was VERY uncomfortable in Dr. Yen's hands. He is entirely used to strangers petting him and paying attention to him because he is a strikingly odd but friendly looking dog that seems to draw the attention of just about everyone who passes so this says a lot! I brought him to Campus Vet late last year and only thought to write this when searching for a different vet to try. I won't say Dr. Yen is medically incompetent, but when it comes to animal care a passion for their patients' comfort and wellbeing is absolutely essential. A complete lack of empathy and, to be honest, basic human manners as well is unacceptable. \r\n\r\nHeed what others said about running up the bill. Would you let your human infant be given dental x-rays when you'd brought them in for vaccinations? I could buy a NICE new car with the amount I've spent on vet care in last few years and didn't flinch one moment, but that was all vital. It's offensive to have useless tests pushed.\r\n\r\nThere are great vets in Berkeley, ask around. I feel sorry for the one vet tech I encountered who really did love animals - hope they've found a better place to work because we need compassionate techs and she'll burn out otherwise.

Pros: none at all.

Cons: Found a HUGE cocroach in exam room - no, I'm not kidding. Only vet to ever scare my dog. No attempt to comfort him, no greeting, petting etc. Pushes unrelated tests

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\r\n\r\nI loved Dr. Berger and continued to go after he left-- What a mistake! Dr. Yen has little connection with animals and is always trying to upsell products. Just because they bought a new dental x-ray machine does not mean every patient needs x-rays to help them pay for it! Come on, why would I get a full dental on a 6 month old kitten??? The staff used to be the one benefit of going there, but lately they seem to get an entirely new set of techs monthly. They are very disorganized, losing the samples they took from my animals before the labs were run. Not only did they make me bring my dog back in to take new samples, but they wanted to charge me for another office visit!!\r\nDO NOT GO HERE!!!!!!!!!

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★☆☆☆☆

\r\n\r\nI loved Dr. Berger and continued to go after he left-- What a mistake! Dr. Yen has little connection with animals and is always trying to upsell products. Just because they bought a new dental x-ray machine does not mean every patient needs x-rays to help them pay for it! Come on, why would I get a full dental on a 6 month old kitten??? The staff used to be the one benefit of going there, but lately they seem to get an entirely new set of techs monthly. They are very disorganized, losing the samples they took from my animals before the labs were run. Not only did they make me bring my dog back in to take new samples, but they wanted to charge me for another office visit!!\r\nDO NOT GO HERE!!!!!!!!!

Pros: ???

Cons: Uncaring owner/main vet, constantly changing staff, very EXPENSIVE

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I went to Campus Vet twice in late 2006 for my 2-month old kitten. I picked them based on online reviews. The experience was slighlty unpleasant for two reasons. First, no one there seemed to like pets - not the doctors, not the nurses, not the receptionists. No one spoke to or about my *adorable* kitten during my visit there. It was very business-like and a but depressing. Second, they seemed to overcharge/oversell services: requiring me to come in more than once for something and get stuck with an additional exam charge I didn't ask for, telling me to bring in a sample and not charging me until a month later, etc. I just went to Berkeley Dog & Cat Hospital and it was a much more pleasant and trustworthy experience. I have a colleague who felt the same way about Campus Vet and switched to another vet, as well.

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★☆☆☆☆

I went to Campus Vet twice in late 2006 for my 2-month old kitten. I picked them based on online reviews. The experience was slighlty unpleasant for two reasons. First, no one there seemed to like pets - not the doctors, not the nurses, not the receptionists. No one spoke to or about my *adorable* kitten during my visit there. It was very business-like and a but depressing. Second, they seemed to overcharge/oversell services: requiring me to come in more than once for something and get stuck with an additional exam charge I didn't ask for, telling me to bring in a sample and not charging me until a month later, etc. I just went to Berkeley Dog & Cat Hospital and it was a much more pleasant and trustworthy experience. I have a colleague who felt the same way about Campus Vet and switched to another vet, as well.

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The Campus Veterinary Clinic cared for our dog Mugsy for 13 years and their gentle approach with our dog was greatly appreciated. The facility is very clean. From the cliincal standpoint Both Dr. Berger and Dr. Yen always gave me clear and concise information about how to care for my Mugsy.

5
★★★★★

The Campus Veterinary Clinic cared for our dog Mugsy for 13 years and their gentle approach with our dog was greatly appreciated. The facility is very clean. From the cliincal standpoint Both Dr. Berger and Dr. Yen always gave me clear and concise information about how to care for my Mugsy.

Pros: receptive staff, no hidden cost issues, contact you promptly

Cons: n/a, n/a, n/a

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The staff at this clinic are all exceptional! Dr. Yen and the staff are competent, helpful, kind and really care about the animals they see. Everyone is knowledgeable and will go the extra mile to figure out, and give, the best treatment available. This is a great and safe place for your animal!

5
★★★★★

The staff at this clinic are all exceptional! Dr. Yen and the staff are competent, helpful, kind and really care about the animals they see. Everyone is knowledgeable and will go the extra mile to figure out, and give, the best treatment available. This is a great and safe place for your animal!

Pros: Competent, kind and friendly, good facilities

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Dr. Berger used to be the head vet at Campus, and I was afraid that when he retired I wouldn't be as happy, but Dr. Yen has taken over, and he is awesome. He's gentle and kind, and listens to my concerns. The staff at Campus are stellar. I cannot say enough good things about the care my animals have received at Campus vet over the years.

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Dr. Berger used to be the head vet at Campus, and I was afraid that when he retired I wouldn't be as happy, but Dr. Yen has taken over, and he is awesome. He's gentle and kind, and listens to my concerns. The staff at Campus are stellar. I cannot say enough good things about the care my animals have received at Campus vet over the years.

Message from Campus Veterinary Clinic

Offering veterinarians and emergency veterinarians services.

The goal of our practice is to provide the best quality health care to as many patients and clients as we can reach in our community. Our practice is unique in that we deliver better care than our clients expect, and we educate our clients as to what is best for their pets. We have a knowledgeable and compassionate staff who are trained to keep your pets healthy and happy.

Pet Wellness
Senior Care
Illness Care
Nutritional Counseling
Dental Care
Surgery
Radiology
Emergency/Critical Care
Hospice/Euthanasia Services
Payment Options
Acupuncture/Traditional Chinese Medicine
Travel Certificate Checklist

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