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Fantastic Service! Everyone is always so happy and friendly! I wouldn't take my pets anywhere else.

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Fantastic Service! Everyone is always so happy and friendly! I wouldn't take my pets anywhere else.

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For Coral Springs Animal Hospital and all neurologists, be SURE you do not let them do an EMG/Nerve biopsy on your dog. For many breeds there are genetic marker tests which requires a mere cheek swab and costs only $140 and can tell you if your dog is "affected" by polyneuropathy.

Watch the video I posted of the pain my dog was in as a result of the unnecessary procedure -- this went on for 10 days about 5 times a day without any help from Coral Spring Animal Hospital: youtube.com/watch?v=UR4RBP4tf4g

In my case the neurologists here I was shocked to discover knew about this completely non-invasive option, never disclosed it, assured me that no nerve damage would result from the EMG/Nerve biopsy when I asked, and I had a dog that was previously in no pain, that was in great pain for far past the recovery period (told 2-4 weeks) and it was more like months, with a leg that will never be the same AND has an incurable disease.

When all I asked of the Coral Springs Animal Hospital neurologist was to be sure to give this option to her patients forward so no other dogs would ever suffer this fate, she didn't care, didn't plan to change what she was doing going forward and hung up on me.

Reminds one of the Hippocratic Oath which I guess doesn't apply to Coral Springs Animal Hospital: First Do No Harm.

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Response to the Owner where posted (Google, etc.) -- their Facebook Page is rigged so you can't read anything negative there -- also be sure to see all the filtered Yelp reviews with more horror stories -- as well as their BBB "F" Rating.

What is stated by the Owner below is simply untrue as their is excuse is that it is excepted practice not to present the non-invasive option to owners of pets. The Coral Springs Animal Hospital Owner remarkably is either uneducated in the field, sadistic or greedy. Under no circumstances should it be anyone other than the OWNER'S decision to do a procedure than may severely injure your pet (without warning of any risk from CSAH) when there are non-invasive options readily available for some breeds (which are also about 1/20 the price). Intentional failure to present non-invasive options is unconsciounable especially when it results in agony to an animal that was in no prior pain as it did with my dog then abandoned by Coral Springs Animal Hospital.

The non-invasive genetic testing for Leonbergers are available through the University of Minnesota, for Greyhound as published by the University of Florida (plosone.org/article/related/info%3Adoi%2F10.1371%2Fjournal.pone.0011258&imageURI=info%3Adoi%2F10.1371%2Fjournal.pone.0011258.g004;jsessionid=FC11849533EE0ED9442E20D0192C848B)
and for Malamutes via the University of Copenhagen, Department Of
Veterinary, Clinical And Animal Sciences, Section Of Genetics,
Groennegaardsvej 3 Dk-1870 Frederiksberg C, Denmark (+45 35 33 28 28,
dir +45 35 33 30 53; minnaj@sund.ku.dk, http://www.sund.ku.dk).

Also see "The Genetic Connection: A Guide to Health Problems in Purebred Dogs" by Lowell Ackerman DVD, DAVCD published by the American Hospital Association Press. All of these discuss and encourage non-invasive procedures primarily and are more than reliable sources.

I have filed a complaint against this neurologist with the State, let's hope this posting and my complaint prevent more sadistic procedures.

Happy to discuss further. Judith 954-630-3552

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For Coral Springs Animal Hospital and all neurologists, be SURE you do not let them do an EMG/Nerve biopsy on your dog. For many breeds there are genetic marker tests which requires a mere cheek swab and costs only $140 and can tell you if your dog is "affected" by polyneuropathy.

Watch the video I posted of the pain my dog was in as a result of the unnecessary procedure -- this went on for 10 days about 5 times a day without any help from Coral Spring Animal Hospital: youtube.com/watch?v=UR4RBP4tf4g

In my case the neurologists here I was shocked to discover knew about this completely non-invasive option, never disclosed it, assured me that no nerve damage would result from the EMG/Nerve biopsy when I asked, and I had a dog that was previously in no pain, that was in great pain for far past the recovery period (told 2-4 weeks) and it was more like months, with a leg that will never be the same AND has an incurable disease.

When all I asked of the Coral Springs Animal Hospital neurologist was to be sure to give this option to her patients forward so no other dogs would ever suffer this fate, she didn't care, didn't plan to change what she was doing going forward and hung up on me.

Reminds one of the Hippocratic Oath which I guess doesn't apply to Coral Springs Animal Hospital: First Do No Harm.

***
Response to the Owner where posted (Google, etc.) -- their Facebook Page is rigged so you can't read anything negative there -- also be sure to see all the filtered Yelp reviews with more horror stories -- as well as their BBB "F" Rating.

What is stated by the Owner below is simply untrue as their is excuse is that it is excepted practice not to present the non-invasive option to owners of pets. The Coral Springs Animal Hospital Owner remarkably is either uneducated in the field, sadistic or greedy. Under no circumstances should it be anyone other than the OWNER'S decision to do a procedure than may severely injure your pet (without warning of any risk from CSAH) when there are non-invasive options readily available for some breeds (which are also about 1/20 the price). Intentional failure to present non-invasive options is unconsciounable especially when it results in agony to an animal that was in no prior pain as it did with my dog then abandoned by Coral Springs Animal Hospital.

The non-invasive genetic testing for Leonbergers are available through the University of Minnesota, for Greyhound as published by the University of Florida (plosone.org/article/related/info%3Adoi%2F10.1371%2Fjournal.pone.0011258&imageURI=info%3Adoi%2F10.1371%2Fjournal.pone.0011258.g004;jsessionid=FC11849533EE0ED9442E20D0192C848B)
and for Malamutes via the University of Copenhagen, Department Of
Veterinary, Clinical And Animal Sciences, Section Of Genetics,
Groennegaardsvej 3 Dk-1870 Frederiksberg C, Denmark (+45 35 33 28 28,
dir +45 35 33 30 53; minnaj@sund.ku.dk, http://www.sund.ku.dk).

Also see "The Genetic Connection: A Guide to Health Problems in Purebred Dogs" by Lowell Ackerman DVD, DAVCD published by the American Hospital Association Press. All of these discuss and encourage non-invasive procedures primarily and are more than reliable sources.

I have filed a complaint against this neurologist with the State, let's hope this posting and my complaint prevent more sadistic procedures.

Happy to discuss further. Judith 954-630-3552

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CSAH and Insider Pages are bogus - strange that 99% of postings are all same format and done on same day. CSAH is trying too hard to overcome the bad reputation they have. Post and check other websites like YELP & Rip Off.com. I posted on this site months ago and it has been removed - CSAH is removing all true postings. Shame on you CSAH and InsiderPages for allowing them to do this.
CSAH misdiagnosed my cat - said he had an obstruction - performed surgery and found no obstruction. Made my cat hang around there for hours prior to the surgery - they are all about the money to support that staff and hospital. They reserved $10,000 on my credit card prior to performing a surgery on a cat that had IBS. They withheld his heart pills ---he died within 4 days; heart stopped. They still had the balls to charge me $10,251.00 for the privledge of killing my cat Vets that are honest and ethical would have felt responsible & bad that the cat died due to their actions/inactions and would have not charged the customer-not CSAH. Not 1 of the 5 vets that profited from the $10,251.00 came out to show 1 ounce of COMPASSION they claim to have. Go somewhere else . Save your pets life. CSAH is unsafe for the public. FIRST DO NO HARM-CSAH!

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CSAH and Insider Pages are bogus - strange that 99% of postings are all same format and done on same day. CSAH is trying too hard to overcome the bad reputation they have. Post and check other websites like YELP & Rip Off.com. I posted on this site months ago and it has been removed - CSAH is removing all true postings. Shame on you CSAH and InsiderPages for allowing them to do this.
CSAH misdiagnosed my cat - said he had an obstruction - performed surgery and found no obstruction. Made my cat hang around there for hours prior to the surgery - they are all about the money to support that staff and hospital. They reserved $10,000 on my credit card prior to performing a surgery on a cat that had IBS. They withheld his heart pills ---he died within 4 days; heart stopped. They still had the balls to charge me $10,251.00 for the privledge of killing my cat Vets that are honest and ethical would have felt responsible & bad that the cat died due to their actions/inactions and would have not charged the customer-not CSAH. Not 1 of the 5 vets that profited from the $10,251.00 came out to show 1 ounce of COMPASSION they claim to have. Go somewhere else . Save your pets life. CSAH is unsafe for the public. FIRST DO NO HARM-CSAH!

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Our 10 Year old Cat Gismo had this Problem in Germany once, after feeding him only Dry Food he startet to get a Urinal Infection and my Wife went to the Doc. This Problem had been solved and everything was good for the last 3 Years. Until he started to have this Problem again in the last days. After we tried a Natural Pharmaceutical we discovered him having blood in his urin so we went to the CSAH. The Staff there is super friendly. Even tough we both (and the Cat) where super nervous we had the feeling that everything was okay now. The Vet explained us in details what the problem was, what we can do to avoid it in the Future and gave us Optional Treatments we can arrange if we want. He never forced us to do a highly cost Treatment. He took Time to anwser all our Questions. We took Gismo and the Medicine home and he is feeling much better right now. I can only recommend this Place to every Pet Owner in need of a Vet...

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Our 10 Year old Cat Gismo had this Problem in Germany once, after feeding him only Dry Food he startet to get a Urinal Infection and my Wife went to the Doc. This Problem had been solved and everything was good for the last 3 Years. Until he started to have this Problem again in the last days. After we tried a Natural Pharmaceutical we discovered him having blood in his urin so we went to the CSAH. The Staff there is super friendly. Even tough we both (and the Cat) where super nervous we had the feeling that everything was okay now. The Vet explained us in details what the problem was, what we can do to avoid it in the Future and gave us Optional Treatments we can arrange if we want. He never forced us to do a highly cost Treatment. He took Time to anwser all our Questions. We took Gismo and the Medicine home and he is feeling much better right now. I can only recommend this Place to every Pet Owner in need of a Vet...

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Coral Springs Animal Hospital is wonderful. My Shelby has had a rough few months and all the nurses and staff have been wonderful. I love Dr. Hardy and Schwartz. Both doctors are caring and wonderful. I have emailed Dr. Hardy and called and she always calls me back the same as Dr. Schwartz. Both are caring doctors that are very educated.

Shelby has had luxating patella surgery by Dr. Jenn and he was just amazing. Surgery wen't well and Shelby still recovering but doing good. Recently, been doing some food change and both Doctors recommended me to try a hypo allergenic food for Shelby because of her skin. Still trying out some things but everything is getting better.

I also highly recommend Trupanion Insurance if you have a sick animal or an animal of higher maintenance. Trupanion has saved me from thousands of dollars and have been wonderful in helping me with all the things that have happened in the last year. Shelby has had a UTI, grape toxicity, skin condition, and luxating patella surgury. I highly recommend CSAH to any and everyone! :)

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Coral Springs Animal Hospital is wonderful. My Shelby has had a rough few months and all the nurses and staff have been wonderful. I love Dr. Hardy and Schwartz. Both doctors are caring and wonderful. I have emailed Dr. Hardy and called and she always calls me back the same as Dr. Schwartz. Both are caring doctors that are very educated.

Shelby has had luxating patella surgery by Dr. Jenn and he was just amazing. Surgery wen't well and Shelby still recovering but doing good. Recently, been doing some food change and both Doctors recommended me to try a hypo allergenic food for Shelby because of her skin. Still trying out some things but everything is getting better.

I also highly recommend Trupanion Insurance if you have a sick animal or an animal of higher maintenance. Trupanion has saved me from thousands of dollars and have been wonderful in helping me with all the things that have happened in the last year. Shelby has had a UTI, grape toxicity, skin condition, and luxating patella surgury. I highly recommend CSAH to any and everyone! :)

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We have been bringing our dog to CSAH since she was a puppy. We have recently rescued another dog and have transferred her care to CSAH as well. Every time we bring one of the girls in for a routine exam, follow up or extra care of any kind, we bring them both. The staff is kind and are truly interested in meeting our fur babies, and my girls are just so lovable it can't be helped! Anyway, my girls have been seen by several of the vets on staff and each one has been compassionate and took all the time needed to teach us and explain about the care they require. CSAH sells all prescription foods, flea control and heart worm preventative competitively. Pricing for anything here actually is pretty competitive. And the level of care our girls have gotten from the staff at CSAH is extraordinary.

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We have been bringing our dog to CSAH since she was a puppy. We have recently rescued another dog and have transferred her care to CSAH as well. Every time we bring one of the girls in for a routine exam, follow up or extra care of any kind, we bring them both. The staff is kind and are truly interested in meeting our fur babies, and my girls are just so lovable it can't be helped! Anyway, my girls have been seen by several of the vets on staff and each one has been compassionate and took all the time needed to teach us and explain about the care they require. CSAH sells all prescription foods, flea control and heart worm preventative competitively. Pricing for anything here actually is pretty competitive. And the level of care our girls have gotten from the staff at CSAH is extraordinary.

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My husband and I were very concerned about our 11 year old cat, Milo, so we decided to take him to the vet. There our dozens of vets in our area, but for some reason Coral Springs Animal Hospital stood out from the rest. We made our little guy an appointment there for the very next next. The staff were very nice and attentive and seemed genuinely concerned about our kitty. From the time they took us into the exam room, he was treated with nothing but respect and loving care. Both the nurse and the Doctor Sullivan were amazing! They did everything they could to help my baby and keep him (and us) calm and comfortable during the exam. Unfortunately, the test results came back with the news that we were dreading to hear. Our kitty was very sick and couldn't be fixed. We were facing the hardest decision that all pet owners fear most, we were going to have to end his suffering and say goodbye. The attending nurse, Robyn, that spoke to us before the procedure was so kind and compassionate. She spoke to us from the heart about her own experience in that very room saying goodbye to her best friend. It was from her heartfelt words of experience and sorrow that I somehow found the strength to stay with my Milo during his last moments. They allowed me to spend as much time with him as I needed before the final goodbye. I was able to hold him while the doctor gave him his his sweet release. He went to sleep peacefully in my lap, his favorite napping spot, while I stroked his head. They allowed us to sit with him as long as we needed afterward. And when I was ready, I handed him over to the nurse Robyn, she wrapped him in a tartan blanket and assured me that he would be treated with nothing but dignity and respect from there on out. It was one of the hardest things I have ever had to do, but their genuine compassion and kindness during such a devastating time helped us through it and reassured us that we were doing the right thing. I am so glad that we chose Coral Springs Animal Hospital for our special little guy. Even though it was not the outcome we were hoping for. I would not have wanted him to have gone anywhere else. My husband and I give them our sincere thanks. We will be eternally grateful to them for everything they did for us and for our little Milo. He was definitely in good hands.

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My husband and I were very concerned about our 11 year old cat, Milo, so we decided to take him to the vet. There our dozens of vets in our area, but for some reason Coral Springs Animal Hospital stood out from the rest. We made our little guy an appointment there for the very next next. The staff were very nice and attentive and seemed genuinely concerned about our kitty. From the time they took us into the exam room, he was treated with nothing but respect and loving care. Both the nurse and the Doctor Sullivan were amazing! They did everything they could to help my baby and keep him (and us) calm and comfortable during the exam. Unfortunately, the test results came back with the news that we were dreading to hear. Our kitty was very sick and couldn't be fixed. We were facing the hardest decision that all pet owners fear most, we were going to have to end his suffering and say goodbye. The attending nurse, Robyn, that spoke to us before the procedure was so kind and compassionate. She spoke to us from the heart about her own experience in that very room saying goodbye to her best friend. It was from her heartfelt words of experience and sorrow that I somehow found the strength to stay with my Milo during his last moments. They allowed me to spend as much time with him as I needed before the final goodbye. I was able to hold him while the doctor gave him his his sweet release. He went to sleep peacefully in my lap, his favorite napping spot, while I stroked his head. They allowed us to sit with him as long as we needed afterward. And when I was ready, I handed him over to the nurse Robyn, she wrapped him in a tartan blanket and assured me that he would be treated with nothing but dignity and respect from there on out. It was one of the hardest things I have ever had to do, but their genuine compassion and kindness during such a devastating time helped us through it and reassured us that we were doing the right thing. I am so glad that we chose Coral Springs Animal Hospital for our special little guy. Even though it was not the outcome we were hoping for. I would not have wanted him to have gone anywhere else. My husband and I give them our sincere thanks. We will be eternally grateful to them for everything they did for us and for our little Milo. He was definitely in good hands.

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Based on my research for an animal hospital that specializes in surgeries and Oncology and also a referral from my regular veterinarian, I chose to take my dog to CSAH to have a mast cell tumor removed from his back. I couldn't have asked for better treatment given the circumstances. The second I walked through the door I was greeted by an attentive front desk that was very friendly and professional. The Oncologist (Dr. Alvarez-Berger) and the Surgeon (Dr. Jehn) both paid visits to us in the examination room and instilled in us the utmost faith in their knowledge and abilities. They sat down and provided information not just about my dog's specific case but about mast cell tumors in general and even offered stories about personal experiences to help set our minds at ease. Neither doctor seemed in a hurry, instead taking their time to address all of our concerns and to give affection to my dog. Post surgery, the nurses were wonderful, briefing me on the surgery, giving me status updates when I called to check in on him and providing detailed discharge instructions. I took my dog home that evening and the next day received a personal follow-up call from Dr. Jehn, just checking on my dog's status and general well being. I can honestly say I'm not sure if I ever received this level of care from any of my own human doctors. I've read a few online reviews indicating that the staff at CSAH is unfriendly. I can not say more wholeheartedly that this is NOT true. I was a first time client and was treated by everyone as if I had been bringing my pets there my entire life. I was in the recovery area visiting my dog and Dr. Alvarez-Berger even stopped by to shake my hand and talk about how well the procedure went. I have also read reviews that claim the services are expensive. This part is subjective, but you have to understand the level of service you are receiving from specialists with experience and the modern medical equipment used during procedures. You get what you pay for. I wanted the best quality service for my best friend and I got it at CSAH and then some. Everyone there is not just a professional but an animal lover. I hope an emergency never arises again where my dog will need another procedure, but if it does I will without a doubt take him to CSAH.

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Based on my research for an animal hospital that specializes in surgeries and Oncology and also a referral from my regular veterinarian, I chose to take my dog to CSAH to have a mast cell tumor removed from his back. I couldn't have asked for better treatment given the circumstances. The second I walked through the door I was greeted by an attentive front desk that was very friendly and professional. The Oncologist (Dr. Alvarez-Berger) and the Surgeon (Dr. Jehn) both paid visits to us in the examination room and instilled in us the utmost faith in their knowledge and abilities. They sat down and provided information not just about my dog's specific case but about mast cell tumors in general and even offered stories about personal experiences to help set our minds at ease. Neither doctor seemed in a hurry, instead taking their time to address all of our concerns and to give affection to my dog. Post surgery, the nurses were wonderful, briefing me on the surgery, giving me status updates when I called to check in on him and providing detailed discharge instructions. I took my dog home that evening and the next day received a personal follow-up call from Dr. Jehn, just checking on my dog's status and general well being. I can honestly say I'm not sure if I ever received this level of care from any of my own human doctors. I've read a few online reviews indicating that the staff at CSAH is unfriendly. I can not say more wholeheartedly that this is NOT true. I was a first time client and was treated by everyone as if I had been bringing my pets there my entire life. I was in the recovery area visiting my dog and Dr. Alvarez-Berger even stopped by to shake my hand and talk about how well the procedure went. I have also read reviews that claim the services are expensive. This part is subjective, but you have to understand the level of service you are receiving from specialists with experience and the modern medical equipment used during procedures. You get what you pay for. I wanted the best quality service for my best friend and I got it at CSAH and then some. Everyone there is not just a professional but an animal lover. I hope an emergency never arises again where my dog will need another procedure, but if it does I will without a doubt take him to CSAH.

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My experience at Coral Springs Animal Hospital has always been great. This time in a long time I had to take my dog in for something besides shots. My dog is my child, so no need to say that I was nervous for her. The front desk and the nurse are GREAT..... They understand that the pet owners are scared for there pets and are so helpful. Also I had questions for the Dr. about the medicines I had to give my dog. When I called and e-mail the Dr. I got an answer so fast and that was so nice. Also I have recieved e-mails to from the Dr. to check on my dog. I can not tell you how nice that is to see that thsy all care about the owner and there pets. I can also say that I have boarded my dog there a few time and watch her on the web cam they have. All hours of the day when we would check on her she was being attanded to. You could see that she had fresh water and food. The most important things was she got attention and her her room was KEPT CLEAN...
THANK YOU CSAH FOR BEING A GREAT PLACE
Diana

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My experience at Coral Springs Animal Hospital has always been great. This time in a long time I had to take my dog in for something besides shots. My dog is my child, so no need to say that I was nervous for her. The front desk and the nurse are GREAT..... They understand that the pet owners are scared for there pets and are so helpful. Also I had questions for the Dr. about the medicines I had to give my dog. When I called and e-mail the Dr. I got an answer so fast and that was so nice. Also I have recieved e-mails to from the Dr. to check on my dog. I can not tell you how nice that is to see that thsy all care about the owner and there pets. I can also say that I have boarded my dog there a few time and watch her on the web cam they have. All hours of the day when we would check on her she was being attanded to. You could see that she had fresh water and food. The most important things was she got attention and her her room was KEPT CLEAN...
THANK YOU CSAH FOR BEING A GREAT PLACE
Diana

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I took my mini Doxie Queenie to see Dr. Seaman several weeks ago.

From the first visit, through a small procedure and diagnosis, I was impressed by the level of care, compassion and especially the communication offered by the staff and Dr. Seaman.

I wish doctors and hospitals that treat humans would offer the same care and compassion that Queenie received at Coral Springs Animal Hospital.

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I took my mini Doxie Queenie to see Dr. Seaman several weeks ago.

From the first visit, through a small procedure and diagnosis, I was impressed by the level of care, compassion and especially the communication offered by the staff and Dr. Seaman.

I wish doctors and hospitals that treat humans would offer the same care and compassion that Queenie received at Coral Springs Animal Hospital.

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We are long-time pet recuers and pet lovers and this has been a unique experience because of the superior staff at Coral Spring Animal Hospital, for their knowlege and compassion, for their state of the art facility, for its security and comrrort and extraoridnary care for our special needs pets.

We are priviledged to acknowledge theri staff members for professionalism and consummate skills in addition to thier loving approach which is most reassuring.

We want to wholeheartly say thank you to you all and our appreciation for Karen's outstanding direction.

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We are long-time pet recuers and pet lovers and this has been a unique experience because of the superior staff at Coral Spring Animal Hospital, for their knowlege and compassion, for their state of the art facility, for its security and comrrort and extraoridnary care for our special needs pets.

We are priviledged to acknowledge theri staff members for professionalism and consummate skills in addition to thier loving approach which is most reassuring.

We want to wholeheartly say thank you to you all and our appreciation for Karen's outstanding direction.

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Through an extrodinary referal we found ourselfs at the door of the coral springs hospital-my darling rescued dog mitzvah dog wound up with congestive heart failure, and it was the doctors there that were so wonderful taking care of mitz-but when the time came to bring mitzvah in for her last vist-they brought her into a comfort room-so she never knew she was at the vet, her nurse,Kashanie, got down on the floor and compassionaltly with us-and explained the procedure. After that a tech came in to put a shunt in her paw.Then,Dr. Crystal Bahr,came in to begin to send our mitzvah over the rainbow, we stayed with her, and then they stayed with her, so that she, wouldn't be alone, that someone else would care and love our animals leaves me speachless-karen the office manager is truely one of a kind.the fact that they exsisits brings be great comfort

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Through an extrodinary referal we found ourselfs at the door of the coral springs hospital-my darling rescued dog mitzvah dog wound up with congestive heart failure, and it was the doctors there that were so wonderful taking care of mitz-but when the time came to bring mitzvah in for her last vist-they brought her into a comfort room-so she never knew she was at the vet, her nurse,Kashanie, got down on the floor and compassionaltly with us-and explained the procedure. After that a tech came in to put a shunt in her paw.Then,Dr. Crystal Bahr,came in to begin to send our mitzvah over the rainbow, we stayed with her, and then they stayed with her, so that she, wouldn't be alone, that someone else would care and love our animals leaves me speachless-karen the office manager is truely one of a kind.the fact that they exsisits brings be great comfort

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This is an extraordinary Animal Hospital. I have entrusted my pets' care to Dr. Meisels, Dr. Sullivan and the other incredible doctors and staff at Coral Springs Animal Hospital for over 20 years. My most recent visit (at the fabulous new facility) was as expected - extraordinary. Unfortunately, my dog had to have two large tumors removed with the scare of them possibly being cancerous. From the first visit to the final discharge appointment, we were treated with the highest level of care and caring! My dog was comfortable and well cared for every step of the way. He was never anxious, even when having to return for the final staple removal after the surgery. The level of professionalism is impeccable - from the first person to greet you, to the physicians and their assistants, and to the staff that finalizes your paperwork and releases you. I would never take my dog or any future pets anywhere else, ever. I actually live in Delray Beach and travel to Coral Springs because this truly is a "world class" hospital, and my pet deserves only the very best.

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This is an extraordinary Animal Hospital. I have entrusted my pets' care to Dr. Meisels, Dr. Sullivan and the other incredible doctors and staff at Coral Springs Animal Hospital for over 20 years. My most recent visit (at the fabulous new facility) was as expected - extraordinary. Unfortunately, my dog had to have two large tumors removed with the scare of them possibly being cancerous. From the first visit to the final discharge appointment, we were treated with the highest level of care and caring! My dog was comfortable and well cared for every step of the way. He was never anxious, even when having to return for the final staple removal after the surgery. The level of professionalism is impeccable - from the first person to greet you, to the physicians and their assistants, and to the staff that finalizes your paperwork and releases you. I would never take my dog or any future pets anywhere else, ever. I actually live in Delray Beach and travel to Coral Springs because this truly is a "world class" hospital, and my pet deserves only the very best.

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LOVE LOVE this hospital. We've been going for a few years now. Our doxie recently was hurt and the moment I walked in, about 4 staff members were very attentive. The nurse helped me get him out of the car. They were very calm and reassuring. We saw Dr. Bahr within about 5 minutes and she was really great. She just wanted our dog to be okay and did only what was necessary to assure that. She was very gentle with him. Big thanks to the hopsital and staff!!!

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LOVE LOVE this hospital. We've been going for a few years now. Our doxie recently was hurt and the moment I walked in, about 4 staff members were very attentive. The nurse helped me get him out of the car. They were very calm and reassuring. We saw Dr. Bahr within about 5 minutes and she was really great. She just wanted our dog to be okay and did only what was necessary to assure that. She was very gentle with him. Big thanks to the hopsital and staff!!!

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Good people, from the doctors to the nurses to the administrative staff. Extending the lives of loved ones is sometimes painful on both the heart and wallet but these guys are great; I felt like a member of the family and they helped to keep my baby girl around for almost two years (with fatal lymphoma). It was costly and it is good that I have decent means, but they give you an out if you want it and more time if you want that too. Very highly recommended....

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Good people, from the doctors to the nurses to the administrative staff. Extending the lives of loved ones is sometimes painful on both the heart and wallet but these guys are great; I felt like a member of the family and they helped to keep my baby girl around for almost two years (with fatal lymphoma). It was costly and it is good that I have decent means, but they give you an out if you want it and more time if you want that too. Very highly recommended....

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We were refered to Dr. Carpenter (cardiology) in late 2008, when our Dog Benjamin was having some issues with his heart. He was diagnosed with heart diease early 2009, which our original vet had always informed us of this possibility. With heart diease also came his kidney failure, though our Benji's spirit was strong and you would never know he was a 13 year old dog. The staff and especially Dr. Carpenter treated Benjamin as if he was their own. You could tell this was not an oridinary hospital, and your animal was more then a patient to them. Unfortunately, we lost our Benjamin to this diease in late 2009, but I can't thank the staff enough for the work the put forth and they way they treated our Benji.

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We were refered to Dr. Carpenter (cardiology) in late 2008, when our Dog Benjamin was having some issues with his heart. He was diagnosed with heart diease early 2009, which our original vet had always informed us of this possibility. With heart diease also came his kidney failure, though our Benji's spirit was strong and you would never know he was a 13 year old dog. The staff and especially Dr. Carpenter treated Benjamin as if he was their own. You could tell this was not an oridinary hospital, and your animal was more then a patient to them. Unfortunately, we lost our Benjamin to this diease in late 2009, but I can't thank the staff enough for the work the put forth and they way they treated our Benji.

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On Saturday, 1/3/09, I said a very sad tearful goodbye to my Siamese kitty, "H", it was her time. I brought her home at 8 weeks old and she lived a happy fourteen and half years with me, as a true and loyal champion. I will truly miss her.
Final goodbyes are never easy. However, from my initial phone call to the front desk on Saturday morning, to her euthanasia, both she and I were treated with dignity, respect and total compassion by your entire staff. Starting from the person who answered the phone, to the receptionist, to the nurse and to the doctor.
I have been a client of Coral Springs Animal Hospital since the early 1980's when your facility was located in the shopping center on University Drive. Evident by your former facility at 1730 University Drive and by your new, very impressive facility, Dr. Meisels and the entire staff continue to succeed to stellar levels.
However, with that success you have not lost sight of your original mission of the stellar treatment, in life and death, of your clients and patients.
Please ensure Dr. Meisels know of my experience, the treatment by your staff, and my appreciation of your service.
Thank you
R. Family
Margate

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On Saturday, 1/3/09, I said a very sad tearful goodbye to my Siamese kitty, "H", it was her time. I brought her home at 8 weeks old and she lived a happy fourteen and half years with me, as a true and loyal champion. I will truly miss her.
Final goodbyes are never easy. However, from my initial phone call to the front desk on Saturday morning, to her euthanasia, both she and I were treated with dignity, respect and total compassion by your entire staff. Starting from the person who answered the phone, to the receptionist, to the nurse and to the doctor.
I have been a client of Coral Springs Animal Hospital since the early 1980's when your facility was located in the shopping center on University Drive. Evident by your former facility at 1730 University Drive and by your new, very impressive facility, Dr. Meisels and the entire staff continue to succeed to stellar levels.
However, with that success you have not lost sight of your original mission of the stellar treatment, in life and death, of your clients and patients.
Please ensure Dr. Meisels know of my experience, the treatment by your staff, and my appreciation of your service.
Thank you
R. Family
Margate

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Wow, where do i start. You have given us more time with "H"and i can never thank you enough. "B" and I trust you with all our dogs welfare since you have become "our" vet doctor. Thank you for being so good to "H", kind to us,and helping us get through this by working with Dr. Blackmore. You are the best vet I have ever met & I have been to MANY over the last 30+ years.
I'm sure "H" would thank you if she could. Kind regards and see you soon.
M. Family & J. Family
Coral Springs

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Wow, where do i start. You have given us more time with "H"and i can never thank you enough. "B" and I trust you with all our dogs welfare since you have become "our" vet doctor. Thank you for being so good to "H", kind to us,and helping us get through this by working with Dr. Blackmore. You are the best vet I have ever met & I have been to MANY over the last 30+ years.
I'm sure "H" would thank you if she could. Kind regards and see you soon.
M. Family & J. Family
Coral Springs

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This is my letter to CSAH

December 19, 2009

To a wonderful group of outstanding and caring professionals:
The Staff of the Coral Springs Animal Hospital,

Freckles was my sweet, loving and loyal, wonderful dog for almost 14 years.
He was a very special part of my life and my family.

Over the years, from the time he was a small puppy, many of you got to know him. Whenever Freckles needed to come in, he was always greeted with a warm smile and usually a friendly pat or two on the head. Though extremely busy with the work of the day, most would stop for a moment to say hello to him when we were in the lobby.

Those of you who took care of Freckles knew how ??needle-shy? he was and so you took that little bit of extra time to comfort him, often getting right down on the floor with him with words of encouragement. That helped ease my anxiety too, because when he became a little nervous, so did I.

Freckles health gradually deteriorated over the last couple of years thankfully with minimal pain or suffering due to the expert care and treatment of Dr. Kenneth Moore. I am so grateful to you, Dr. Moore. Thank you so very much.

I have special thanks and deep gratitude to Kip Claridge. Kip, you??ve taken such good care of my sweet Freckles for so many years, when I took trips out of town. I know Freckles adored you and I never had to worry knowing Freckles was in such good hands.

Sadly, my heart broke last week when Freckles passed away.
Words can??t adequately express my appreciation and deep gratitude to Dr. Mary Jackson and Megan Harris. You came to my home. Your compassionate and supportive care towards Freckles in the last moments of his life allowed him to die with dignity and in peace with no pain. Thank you again, Dr. Moore, for making the arrangements so that Freckles could be in his own surroundings with me at the end of his life.

I will be coming to The CSAH for many years to come, I am sure. You??ve all taken such good care of my kitty-cats, Sunny and Pixie, who are healthy and happy. I know they will continue to receive the same excellent and loving care that all of you gave to Freckles.

I am deeply grateful to every one of you.

With affection,

Freckles?? ??Mommy?

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This is my letter to CSAH

December 19, 2009

To a wonderful group of outstanding and caring professionals:
The Staff of the Coral Springs Animal Hospital,

Freckles was my sweet, loving and loyal, wonderful dog for almost 14 years.
He was a very special part of my life and my family.

Over the years, from the time he was a small puppy, many of you got to know him. Whenever Freckles needed to come in, he was always greeted with a warm smile and usually a friendly pat or two on the head. Though extremely busy with the work of the day, most would stop for a moment to say hello to him when we were in the lobby.

Those of you who took care of Freckles knew how ??needle-shy? he was and so you took that little bit of extra time to comfort him, often getting right down on the floor with him with words of encouragement. That helped ease my anxiety too, because when he became a little nervous, so did I.

Freckles health gradually deteriorated over the last couple of years thankfully with minimal pain or suffering due to the expert care and treatment of Dr. Kenneth Moore. I am so grateful to you, Dr. Moore. Thank you so very much.

I have special thanks and deep gratitude to Kip Claridge. Kip, you??ve taken such good care of my sweet Freckles for so many years, when I took trips out of town. I know Freckles adored you and I never had to worry knowing Freckles was in such good hands.

Sadly, my heart broke last week when Freckles passed away.
Words can??t adequately express my appreciation and deep gratitude to Dr. Mary Jackson and Megan Harris. You came to my home. Your compassionate and supportive care towards Freckles in the last moments of his life allowed him to die with dignity and in peace with no pain. Thank you again, Dr. Moore, for making the arrangements so that Freckles could be in his own surroundings with me at the end of his life.

I will be coming to The CSAH for many years to come, I am sure. You??ve all taken such good care of my kitty-cats, Sunny and Pixie, who are healthy and happy. I know they will continue to receive the same excellent and loving care that all of you gave to Freckles.

I am deeply grateful to every one of you.

With affection,

Freckles?? ??Mommy?

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Unfortunately nothing in life is free. By law pets are consider to be property, nobody forces you to obtain one! So when you decide to obtain a pet you also have to realize that you are assuming a great responsability, just when you decide to have a baby (child) one of the first things you do is maybe obtain health insurance in case that something happens to him. Unfortunately we know that not all vets accept pet insurance besides that fact that if you even decide to obtain pet insurance they don??t even cover all the vet expenses, especially if your pet's condition is congenital, that??s reality. Most people think having a pet is just cute or fun but when something really happens to your pet they find it easier to avoid the responsability by blaming it on somebody else like the vet or the hospital. So one thing that you need to know is if you decide to have a pet you better have some money or start saving some money in case of an emergency. Remember nobody forced you to have it.. And yes the vet hospitals just like any other hospitals are business.!!! I??ve been going to CSAH for 3 years and I have nothing else to say but good things about them, they definitely more expensive than any other hospital but you get your money worth, they have everything you want in one place, if your pet needs more than just vaccines and regular blood work this is the place to go.

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Unfortunately nothing in life is free. By law pets are consider to be property, nobody forces you to obtain one! So when you decide to obtain a pet you also have to realize that you are assuming a great responsability, just when you decide to have a baby (child) one of the first things you do is maybe obtain health insurance in case that something happens to him. Unfortunately we know that not all vets accept pet insurance besides that fact that if you even decide to obtain pet insurance they don??t even cover all the vet expenses, especially if your pet's condition is congenital, that??s reality. Most people think having a pet is just cute or fun but when something really happens to your pet they find it easier to avoid the responsability by blaming it on somebody else like the vet or the hospital. So one thing that you need to know is if you decide to have a pet you better have some money or start saving some money in case of an emergency. Remember nobody forced you to have it.. And yes the vet hospitals just like any other hospitals are business.!!! I??ve been going to CSAH for 3 years and I have nothing else to say but good things about them, they definitely more expensive than any other hospital but you get your money worth, they have everything you want in one place, if your pet needs more than just vaccines and regular blood work this is the place to go.

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Dr. Sullivan - General Vet - the BEST - He will spend time with you and is GREAT! I have been gong to CSAH since early 90's why my cat TY was diagnosed with Diabetes (from the steroid shot my vet gave him for a cough). the vet could not regulate so I called Univ of FL for an internist name - hence CSAH (Dr. Carro - my angel, TY's angel). She got him regulated, she got him healthy, she got me tough to give shots - the nurses treated him like gold, they took my calls and returned my calls always, no , matter what time. Dr. Moore - my dog Buddy (Dobe)- neck surgery, paralyzed - The BEST - saved his life. So so smart. They purchased (yes CSAH bought just for buddy for rehab - a machine to help him walk again) ELLIE - yet another angel - Physical Therapy - worked with buddy and after months - got him to walk again. CSAH made a special place for buddy to lay while waiting for his therapy (I work - they cared for buddy from 8-5 - $50.00 PT fee - only). When Buddy got Bloat - I called ahead and 5 of them where waiting outside for me to arrive. When Bud passed away - I got cards from CSAH - They put a voice mail out to everyone telling them of his passing, I got phone calls - This is a special place. Dr. Carpenter - Cardiologist - Awesome. Dr. Harrington - wonderful too. People you love your pets - get pet insurance - think ahead! It's not cheap at CSAH - But you get what you pay for!D. Poore

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Dr. Sullivan - General Vet - the BEST - He will spend time with you and is GREAT! I have been gong to CSAH since early 90's why my cat TY was diagnosed with Diabetes (from the steroid shot my vet gave him for a cough). the vet could not regulate so I called Univ of FL for an internist name - hence CSAH (Dr. Carro - my angel, TY's angel). She got him regulated, she got him healthy, she got me tough to give shots - the nurses treated him like gold, they took my calls and returned my calls always, no , matter what time. Dr. Moore - my dog Buddy (Dobe)- neck surgery, paralyzed - The BEST - saved his life. So so smart. They purchased (yes CSAH bought just for buddy for rehab - a machine to help him walk again) ELLIE - yet another angel - Physical Therapy - worked with buddy and after months - got him to walk again. CSAH made a special place for buddy to lay while waiting for his therapy (I work - they cared for buddy from 8-5 - $50.00 PT fee - only). When Buddy got Bloat - I called ahead and 5 of them where waiting outside for me to arrive. When Bud passed away - I got cards from CSAH - They put a voice mail out to everyone telling them of his passing, I got phone calls - This is a special place. Dr. Carpenter - Cardiologist - Awesome. Dr. Harrington - wonderful too. People you love your pets - get pet insurance - think ahead! It's not cheap at CSAH - But you get what you pay for!D. Poore

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My husband and I have a 6 year old Pekingese with intervertebral degenerative disc disease. We were referred to CSAH (specifically to Dr. Ken Moore for a surgical consult) by our regular veterinarian, Dr. Janeen Lezcano at Central Broward Animal Hospital (also AHAA accredited, like CSAH). Since the initial consult with Dr. Moore 2 years ago, we have had multiple repeat visits to CSAH for management of our dog's chronic condition. We are 110% satisfied with the quality of care our dog has received there.

Those who complain that CSAH is expensive are right. However, I challenge those folks to find another animal hospital that provides the level and quality of care provided by CSAH. The hospital is staffed 24/7 with regular staff vets, so you can get around-the-clock emergency care. They provide "ICU" level care for animals who need more than general nursing care. The range of available services is completely comprehensive. The facility is clean, well-staffed, and efficient. Equipment is new and up to date. Follow up visits following surgery are free. Most other vet clinics, including my own primary clinic, don't offer that level of service; and providing that level of service is an expensive undertaking. I believe that with most things, you get what you pay for, and CSAH is no exception.

Regarding the knowledge, training, and demeanor of their vets,so far we have consulted with five of the vets on their staff: three surgeons and two ER vets. Every single one (Drs. Moore, Jehn, Rawson, Hardy, and Schwartz) has been compassionate, caring, and extremely knowledgeable. Dr. Moore is an incomparable person, veterinarian, and surgeon. His care of our dog both in and out of the OR was exemplary. He has NEVER suggested unnecessary tests, procedures, or medications. His management of our dog's condition has been, on many occasions, conservative. I'm always surprised by how much time he spends with us during consults, and how genuinely patient and caring he is, even on the busiest days. CSAH vets return calls promptly; they keep you well informed of your pet's condition; they make daily rounds and call you with status reports; and they always have time to explain things and answer questions.

CSAH is also AAHA accredited. When we chose our primary veterinarian, we looked for an AHAA accredited hospital. AAHA accredits a tiny fraction of veterinary hospitals nationwide. From their website: "AAHA-accredited hospitals voluntarily choose to be evaluated on 900 standards in the following areas: quality of care; diagnostic & pharmacy; management; medical records; and facility".

Unfortunately our dog visits the vet frequently, and feeling completely confident in our choice of veterinary hospital is paramount. We are totally confident in the care and services that CSAH provides, and I would recommend them without reservation.

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My husband and I have a 6 year old Pekingese with intervertebral degenerative disc disease. We were referred to CSAH (specifically to Dr. Ken Moore for a surgical consult) by our regular veterinarian, Dr. Janeen Lezcano at Central Broward Animal Hospital (also AHAA accredited, like CSAH). Since the initial consult with Dr. Moore 2 years ago, we have had multiple repeat visits to CSAH for management of our dog's chronic condition. We are 110% satisfied with the quality of care our dog has received there.

Those who complain that CSAH is expensive are right. However, I challenge those folks to find another animal hospital that provides the level and quality of care provided by CSAH. The hospital is staffed 24/7 with regular staff vets, so you can get around-the-clock emergency care. They provide "ICU" level care for animals who need more than general nursing care. The range of available services is completely comprehensive. The facility is clean, well-staffed, and efficient. Equipment is new and up to date. Follow up visits following surgery are free. Most other vet clinics, including my own primary clinic, don't offer that level of service; and providing that level of service is an expensive undertaking. I believe that with most things, you get what you pay for, and CSAH is no exception.

Regarding the knowledge, training, and demeanor of their vets,so far we have consulted with five of the vets on their staff: three surgeons and two ER vets. Every single one (Drs. Moore, Jehn, Rawson, Hardy, and Schwartz) has been compassionate, caring, and extremely knowledgeable. Dr. Moore is an incomparable person, veterinarian, and surgeon. His care of our dog both in and out of the OR was exemplary. He has NEVER suggested unnecessary tests, procedures, or medications. His management of our dog's condition has been, on many occasions, conservative. I'm always surprised by how much time he spends with us during consults, and how genuinely patient and caring he is, even on the busiest days. CSAH vets return calls promptly; they keep you well informed of your pet's condition; they make daily rounds and call you with status reports; and they always have time to explain things and answer questions.

CSAH is also AAHA accredited. When we chose our primary veterinarian, we looked for an AHAA accredited hospital. AAHA accredits a tiny fraction of veterinary hospitals nationwide. From their website: "AAHA-accredited hospitals voluntarily choose to be evaluated on 900 standards in the following areas: quality of care; diagnostic & pharmacy; management; medical records; and facility".

Unfortunately our dog visits the vet frequently, and feeling completely confident in our choice of veterinary hospital is paramount. We are totally confident in the care and services that CSAH provides, and I would recommend them without reservation.

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I found one of cats almost dead and not breathing. I rushed the cat over to Coral Springs Animal Hospital and they saved her. All the nurses and doctors jumped in to the rescue. A nurse met me outside and helped with my cats breathing immediatly. For any emergency i would go again without hesitation,

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I found one of cats almost dead and not breathing. I rushed the cat over to Coral Springs Animal Hospital and they saved her. All the nurses and doctors jumped in to the rescue. A nurse met me outside and helped with my cats breathing immediatly. For any emergency i would go again without hesitation,

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We learned just one month ago of our dog's (min pin) condition. She had just turned 10 years old and was diagnosed lymphatic cancer. We were referred from our regular vet here and could not have asked for better treatment than we recieved. Our dog was given several treatments of different meds over the following few weeks only to show no signs of hope for the future. They gave her every possible option to respond but due to the aggressiveness of the cancer we were left with no options. Dr. Alvarez stood by us during this emotional rollercoaster and provided the utmost care and displayed a true concern for our pet. Sadly we had to place our dog down after 3 1/2 weeks from first hearing of the diagnosis. I just wanted to share our experience with others and mention that you should have no doubts about bringing your pet to CSAH! Thank you for everything..

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We learned just one month ago of our dog's (min pin) condition. She had just turned 10 years old and was diagnosed lymphatic cancer. We were referred from our regular vet here and could not have asked for better treatment than we recieved. Our dog was given several treatments of different meds over the following few weeks only to show no signs of hope for the future. They gave her every possible option to respond but due to the aggressiveness of the cancer we were left with no options. Dr. Alvarez stood by us during this emotional rollercoaster and provided the utmost care and displayed a true concern for our pet. Sadly we had to place our dog down after 3 1/2 weeks from first hearing of the diagnosis. I just wanted to share our experience with others and mention that you should have no doubts about bringing your pet to CSAH! Thank you for everything..

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i have been taking all of my precious pets to the hospital for nearly 9 years and in fact drive a long distance specifically for this hospital. i just recently recommended the hospital to a friend for his sick puppy - he brought these reviews to my attention, the reviews made him hesitate to go to coral springs which i thought was a real loss to him and his pet... the hospital is an excellent facility, dr. bruce sullivan will care for your animal with 100% of his attention, your precious pet will be in safe, skilled and experienced hands with him. but no matter how skilled the veterinarian sometimes animals get very sick and the medicine and the procedures can be expensive to help save your animal. what a shame it would be to confuse the loving care of a skilled veterinarian working in a very qualified facility with anything as dastardly as trying to make commissions on the very sick animals that he and this staff are working so hard to help cure. i read the other reviews, i heard the anger leap from the page, it is so easy to attach yourself to someone elses anger, it would be such a mistake, go yourself, bring your precious irreplaceable pet with you, ask for dr. bruce sullivan, if you have financial concerns regarding the medical treatments talk to him about it and then when your rmind is put at ease be glad that you are so privileged to have someone who truly loves animals help you to care properly for your pet.

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i have been taking all of my precious pets to the hospital for nearly 9 years and in fact drive a long distance specifically for this hospital. i just recently recommended the hospital to a friend for his sick puppy - he brought these reviews to my attention, the reviews made him hesitate to go to coral springs which i thought was a real loss to him and his pet... the hospital is an excellent facility, dr. bruce sullivan will care for your animal with 100% of his attention, your precious pet will be in safe, skilled and experienced hands with him. but no matter how skilled the veterinarian sometimes animals get very sick and the medicine and the procedures can be expensive to help save your animal. what a shame it would be to confuse the loving care of a skilled veterinarian working in a very qualified facility with anything as dastardly as trying to make commissions on the very sick animals that he and this staff are working so hard to help cure. i read the other reviews, i heard the anger leap from the page, it is so easy to attach yourself to someone elses anger, it would be such a mistake, go yourself, bring your precious irreplaceable pet with you, ask for dr. bruce sullivan, if you have financial concerns regarding the medical treatments talk to him about it and then when your rmind is put at ease be glad that you are so privileged to have someone who truly loves animals help you to care properly for your pet.

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i will agree that CSAH is over priced but i have found great doctors and staff. For 2 yrs my cat had asthma type symptoms,coughing, scratching a line under her throat and finally wheezing/whistling through her nose. VCA WIles rd kept telling me it was a cold and or asthma but drugs were not helping. after many visits and money to VCA i went to CSAH for diagnosis. I met with a great specialist who agreed to the less expensive biopsy. Cancer was the diagnosis and a few treatments of chemo were suggested. Dr. Siemens has been great . The hospital does charge outrageous prices. i have not taken my other cat due in due to the prices.

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i will agree that CSAH is over priced but i have found great doctors and staff. For 2 yrs my cat had asthma type symptoms,coughing, scratching a line under her throat and finally wheezing/whistling through her nose. VCA WIles rd kept telling me it was a cold and or asthma but drugs were not helping. after many visits and money to VCA i went to CSAH for diagnosis. I met with a great specialist who agreed to the less expensive biopsy. Cancer was the diagnosis and a few treatments of chemo were suggested. Dr. Siemens has been great . The hospital does charge outrageous prices. i have not taken my other cat due in due to the prices.

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I went to Coral Springs Animal Hospital couple weeks ago with my dog because she was itchy more than usual. The vet checked her mouth, teeth, ear, and the assistant clip her nails. The vet also touched her skin and diagnose her that she is allergic to something in her environment because my dog does not appear to be in pain. One touch and cost me a bit OVER $200 of medications. Yet, she's still itchy thru today. I did one brush with the tick comb through her skin and realize she has flies. No wonder she is itchy! All she needed is k9 Advantix. How can one simple procedure is missed??? Now, I have to worry with the medications I have been giving her. I will not go back there again. And should you need further clarification, please feel free to contact me.

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I went to Coral Springs Animal Hospital couple weeks ago with my dog because she was itchy more than usual. The vet checked her mouth, teeth, ear, and the assistant clip her nails. The vet also touched her skin and diagnose her that she is allergic to something in her environment because my dog does not appear to be in pain. One touch and cost me a bit OVER $200 of medications. Yet, she's still itchy thru today. I did one brush with the tick comb through her skin and realize she has flies. No wonder she is itchy! All she needed is k9 Advantix. How can one simple procedure is missed??? Now, I have to worry with the medications I have been giving her. I will not go back there again. And should you need further clarification, please feel free to contact me.

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Although there is a review here in which the custumer was disatisfied I must say that I had a wonderful experience. The staff was very friendly and truly loves animals. They were all very attentive and gave us the best service possible. The facilities are great and very clean. The staff are warm and genuine, even though it is more pricey it is worth the money. The hospital also listens to your financial situation and will work with you to give you the best service at an affordable price.

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Although there is a review here in which the custumer was disatisfied I must say that I had a wonderful experience. The staff was very friendly and truly loves animals. They were all very attentive and gave us the best service possible. The facilities are great and very clean. The staff are warm and genuine, even though it is more pricey it is worth the money. The hospital also listens to your financial situation and will work with you to give you the best service at an affordable price.

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We were using an animal hospital that we thought was doing a great job until we lost on of our cats and our other one just kept getting worse. My husband found the Coral Springs Animal Hospital and we switched hoping for better service. Well we found it. This is truly a hospital for animals. It is unbelievable how many specialist doctors they have for pets. The facility is very clean and when you take your pet there you will feel nothing but confidence in the care they receive.

PROS: Very clean, great doctors, very knowledgable
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We were using an animal hospital that we thought was doing a great job until we lost on of our cats and our other one just kept getting worse. My husband found the Coral Springs Animal Hospital and we switched hoping for better service. Well we found it. This is truly a hospital for animals. It is unbelievable how many specialist doctors they have for pets. The facility is very clean and when you take your pet there you will feel nothing but confidence in the care they receive.

PROS: Very clean, great doctors, very knowledgable
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Message from Coral Springs Animal Hospital

December 15, 2008



Title: Integrity and Professionalism



This letter is the official Coral Springs Animal Hospital response to several negative letters posted on this site.



This veterinary practice has experienced explosive growth since its establishment in 1977. We have grown from one doctor with two employees to twenty six doctors and eighty six employees. We have, during that time, outgrown three buildings, and have recently moved into a 40,000 square foot building to better serve the needs of our patients and their owners. It is only by consistently meeting or exceeding the varying needs and desires of the large majority of the pet owning public that we have been able to achieve this growth. A pattern of providing sub-par service and overcharging our clients certainly would not yield the success we have achieved.



Our formula for success is quite simple, quoting from our Doctorβ??s Manual: "veterinarians should consider first the welfare of the patient for the purpose of relieving suffering...while causing a minimum of pain or fright. Benefit to the patient should transcend personal advantage or monetary gain in decisions concerning therapy." This animal hospital strives to practice veterinary medicine and surgery with the highest degree of ethics and professionalism. We have worked hard and have earned a reputation for doing just that.



Veterinary medicine is the lowest paying health profession. Most of the fees clients pay for services do not make veterinarians wealthy. Instead they go to pay for the medical equipment and staffing in a facility of this type.



The fees we charge reflect the cost of maintaining a premium veterinary hospital with the most modern medical and surgical equipment, staffed by educated, caring, and trained personnel in order that we can provide the level of care that meets or exceeds the accreditation requirements of the American Animal Hospital Association (a voluntary organization that sets standards for animal hospitals). Additionally our hospital is open and staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days a year. Ninety nine percent of the clinics and animal hospitals in the tri-county area are not. Our fees are competitive with facilities providing the same type of care we do.



The extent of care given to any patient is ultimately determined by the pet owner. Every pet owner has different ideas as to what is acceptable pet care and how much they wish to spend or can afford.



Please visit our website at www.coralspringsanimalhospital.com to read the hundreds of letters we have received from pet owners praising our compassion and care.



Sincerely,







Lloyd Meisels, D.V.M.

Hospital Director

 

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