VCA Braelinn Village Animal Hospital

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  • 1130 Crosstown Ct

    Peachtree City, GA 30269

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  • 770-284-1187

About VCA Braelinn Village Animal Hospital

Categories
  • Veterinarians
  • Emergency Medical Services
  • Pet Grooming
  • Kennels
Details
  • Flea Treatment
  • Microchip Implants
  • Neutering
  • Spaying
Hours
M-Th 7am-8pm, F 7am-6pm, Sa 8am-2pm, Su Closed (We offer a Preventive Care Clinic on Fridays from 11:00am to 3:00pm. Vaccines are 50% off only during our PCC hours! Please call on 505- 471-2888 to schedule an appointment.)
Associations
  • American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA)
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  • animal clinic
  • VCA
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Services
  • Advanced Care Services
  • Allergy & Itchy Skin Relief
  • Diabetes Treatment (Canine & Feline)
  • Diagnostics
  • Diet & Nutrition
  • Disease Treatment
  • Flea & Tick Control
  • General Care
  • Heartworm Disease Treatment (Canine & Feline)
  • Internal medicine
  • Medications/Prescriptions
  • Parasite Control
  • Pet Wellness Exams
  • Physical Examinations
  • Preventive Care
  • Primary Care
  • Puppy & Kitten Wellness
  • Senior Pet Wellness
  • Spay & Neuter
  • Vaccines & Vaccinations
  • Weight Loss Programs
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    At first I loved this clinic. They seemed like they cared so much for my dog that had just been hit by a car. They performed surgery on my dog and I was thankful. There is no doubt that they care about the animals, but they gave me 3 different prices on the surgery. First they said the price would only be around 3200.00. During my dogs stay, the price went to around, but no more than 3800.00. I thought this was ok since they did do extensive surgery. Was I surprised at checkout though! The grand total was 4100.00 and that includes the 800.00 we had to pay upfront before they would even look at my dog. I was shocked and the office manager promptly showed her face. She was so rude, and even told me that maybe I need to get a part time job!! I like the vets, vet techs, but not the front office staff, especially the office manager who happens to be married to one of the Vets. I can't believe that the price went from no more than 3200.00 to 5100.00. Good Luck people if you have an emergency and your animal needs surgery. It would be cheaper to go to Auburn. At least Auburn does not change the price on you and the office manager is not a rude, uncaring person!

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    At first I loved this clinic. They seemed like they cared so much for my dog that had just been hit by a car. They performed surgery on my dog and I was thankful. There is no doubt that they care about the animals, but they gave me 3 different prices on the surgery. First they said the price would only be around 3200.00. During my dogs stay, the price went to around, but no more than 3800.00. I thought this was ok since they did do extensive surgery. Was I surprised at checkout though! The grand total was 4100.00 and that includes the 800.00 we had to pay upfront before they would even look at my dog. I was shocked and the office manager promptly showed her face. She was so rude, and even told me that maybe I need to get a part time job!! I like the vets, vet techs, but not the front office staff, especially the office manager who happens to be married to one of the Vets. I can't believe that the price went from no more than 3200.00 to 5100.00. Good Luck people if you have an emergency and your animal needs surgery. It would be cheaper to go to Auburn. At least Auburn does not change the price on you and the office manager is not a rude, uncaring person!

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    I don't think an answer to Kathleen is worthed my time, but I feel like I have to express my opinion to the rest of you, please everybody think.
    This lady did not take her dog for boarding. What boarding? Why would anyone who truly cares about their animals would leave them crated most of the day and expose them openly to the numerous conditions that a large number of sick ones enter the clinic. It should be against the law considering such a place a boarding facility.
    She did take her beloved one for a surgery, she stated that she did try to take him home overnight and if needed she will take him to an Emergency Clinic, it is clear that she was discorauged to take him anywhere at all. What was she suppose to do?
    Was she ever told that her dog was going to be left unattended?
    Doesn't seem to me like she was told anything.
    Braelinn Village Clinic is "advertising" and "professing" to be an Emergency Clinic, are they not?
    Look on line: THEY ARE!!!

    Shame on you Miss K. for judging!! I guess that for you, the death of your animals is not a major thing and you don't ask yourself questions!
    You go ahead and be happy with the place maybe not having alternatives!

    I will not take my dog there anymore, after reading some of the alleged comments, some really concerning:

    leaving a gauze after performing surgery in a dog stomach? (of course being discovered by a different source)

    performing exploratory insisting on liver problems?

    leaking from a feeding tube with subsequential death of the animal?

    I am actually looking into vets in a more urban and qualified area: ATLANTA! I don't mind the driving, nothing is too much for my "family"!!!

    Be aware also about the continuos change of staff, suppositely "Higly" qualified technicians and also doctors have been in and out at a very fast rate, that doesn't say much for management.
    The Clinic is now part of VCA, Dr. Rudd's doesn't own it anymore, he sold last year, but I believe his wife is still in charge . Good choice... who knows?!!

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    I don't think an answer to Kathleen is worthed my time, but I feel like I have to express my opinion to the rest of you, please everybody think.
    This lady did not take her dog for boarding. What boarding? Why would anyone who truly cares about their animals would leave them crated most of the day and expose them openly to the numerous conditions that a large number of sick ones enter the clinic. It should be against the law considering such a place a boarding facility.
    She did take her beloved one for a surgery, she stated that she did try to take him home overnight and if needed she will take him to an Emergency Clinic, it is clear that she was discorauged to take him anywhere at all. What was she suppose to do?
    Was she ever told that her dog was going to be left unattended?
    Doesn't seem to me like she was told anything.
    Braelinn Village Clinic is "advertising" and "professing" to be an Emergency Clinic, are they not?
    Look on line: THEY ARE!!!

    Shame on you Miss K. for judging!! I guess that for you, the death of your animals is not a major thing and you don't ask yourself questions!
    You go ahead and be happy with the place maybe not having alternatives!

    I will not take my dog there anymore, after reading some of the alleged comments, some really concerning:

    leaving a gauze after performing surgery in a dog stomach? (of course being discovered by a different source)

    performing exploratory insisting on liver problems?

    leaking from a feeding tube with subsequential death of the animal?

    I am actually looking into vets in a more urban and qualified area: ATLANTA! I don't mind the driving, nothing is too much for my "family"!!!

    Be aware also about the continuos change of staff, suppositely "Higly" qualified technicians and also doctors have been in and out at a very fast rate, that doesn't say much for management.
    The Clinic is now part of VCA, Dr. Rudd's doesn't own it anymore, he sold last year, but I believe his wife is still in charge . Good choice... who knows?!!

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    You should know the risks before boarding your pet. If you aren't comfortable with him/her boarding without supervision overnight, take him to the emergency clinic. Humans die after surgeries, and so do pets. Braelinn Village can't be to blame for this way of life. I have been with them for years and have had pets die but they are still the best hospital in the area when it comes to care and knowledge of cats and dogs.

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    You should know the risks before boarding your pet. If you aren't comfortable with him/her boarding without supervision overnight, take him to the emergency clinic. Humans die after surgeries, and so do pets. Braelinn Village can't be to blame for this way of life. I have been with them for years and have had pets die but they are still the best hospital in the area when it comes to care and knowledge of cats and dogs.

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    Please know that your pet is left unattended overnight regardless of his conditions. My beloved dog died alone perhaps in the early morning hours in a much too small crate for his size after a surgery... the night before I was discouraged from moving him to another clinic or to take him home with me.
    Awful place!!

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    Please know that your pet is left unattended overnight regardless of his conditions. My beloved dog died alone perhaps in the early morning hours in a much too small crate for his size after a surgery... the night before I was discouraged from moving him to another clinic or to take him home with me.
    Awful place!!

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    I love Braelinn Village. When I first got my puppy (Mandy) at about 2months old I had to go out of town and they were the only ones that would agree to board her for me. They took very good care of her. Every visit for her shots they treated her like a princess. She is a little 5pd. yorkie and I can't hold her because everyone wants to hug and kiss her. When she went in to be spayed at 6 months they kept in touch with me right after the procedure and the next morning to let me know everything was still going well with her. They are WONDERFUL! You can call them anytime to ask for advice and they are always willing to help.

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    I love Braelinn Village. When I first got my puppy (Mandy) at about 2months old I had to go out of town and they were the only ones that would agree to board her for me. They took very good care of her. Every visit for her shots they treated her like a princess. She is a little 5pd. yorkie and I can't hold her because everyone wants to hug and kiss her. When she went in to be spayed at 6 months they kept in touch with me right after the procedure and the next morning to let me know everything was still going well with her. They are WONDERFUL! You can call them anytime to ask for advice and they are always willing to help.

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    Always went above and beyond! Dr. Cheryl Sine and the other vets there are all amazing-as well as all the vet techs and office staff! I highly recommend them, but have to give special recognition to Dr. Sine-she gave me more time with my Katie and that meant the world to me! Thank you!

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    Always went above and beyond! Dr. Cheryl Sine and the other vets there are all amazing-as well as all the vet techs and office staff! I highly recommend them, but have to give special recognition to Dr. Sine-she gave me more time with my Katie and that meant the world to me! Thank you!

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    I'm new to Atlanta and I was looking for a great place to adopt a new pet. Through some friends of mine I learned of Braelinn Village Animal Hospital. The staff at B.V. was very helpful and informative on what I would need for my new kitten. The adoption went over very smoothly, and they took very good care of my pet (shots, de-claw, and neuter). Months later my kitten is happy and healthy thanks to the continued care of B.V. The combination of a great staff and wonderful service will definitely have me coming back to Braelinn.

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    I'm new to Atlanta and I was looking for a great place to adopt a new pet. Through some friends of mine I learned of Braelinn Village Animal Hospital. The staff at B.V. was very helpful and informative on what I would need for my new kitten. The adoption went over very smoothly, and they took very good care of my pet (shots, de-claw, and neuter). Months later my kitten is happy and healthy thanks to the continued care of B.V. The combination of a great staff and wonderful service will definitely have me coming back to Braelinn.

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    Brealinn Village Animal Hosp is the best clinic I have ever been to. The Techs and the Vets are the most caring people I have ever met. My dog Stretch had a swollen disc in his back and Dr. Sine recommended Med for him when other doctors in the past have said surgery was the only answer. I love my dog stretch and would just be miserable without him. Dr. Sine saved my dog. She is the best. Stretch was 16 with back trouble and is now 18 doing great! But thats just one Dr. their are 6 Dr.s total and I trust them all. All three of my pets are old and healthy thanks to the great team at BVAH. Thank you Dr. Sine, Allen, Mann, Lee, Traczewitz, and Rudd.

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    Brealinn Village Animal Hosp is the best clinic I have ever been to. The Techs and the Vets are the most caring people I have ever met. My dog Stretch had a swollen disc in his back and Dr. Sine recommended Med for him when other doctors in the past have said surgery was the only answer. I love my dog stretch and would just be miserable without him. Dr. Sine saved my dog. She is the best. Stretch was 16 with back trouble and is now 18 doing great! But thats just one Dr. their are 6 Dr.s total and I trust them all. All three of my pets are old and healthy thanks to the great team at BVAH. Thank you Dr. Sine, Allen, Mann, Lee, Traczewitz, and Rudd.

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    I have been taking my dog to Braelinn Village for 9 years now, which in itself is a testament to how good they are. He is still healthy, active, and energetic, even at his old age. From dietary problems, insect poisoning to broken bones, the staff at Braelinn Village are accommodating and helpful, and the doctors have been able to solve all of his past issues. If you cherish your pet(s) as much as I do, there's few places better in the Metro Atlanta/South area to take them to.

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    I have been taking my dog to Braelinn Village for 9 years now, which in itself is a testament to how good they are. He is still healthy, active, and energetic, even at his old age. From dietary problems, insect poisoning to broken bones, the staff at Braelinn Village are accommodating and helpful, and the doctors have been able to solve all of his past issues. If you cherish your pet(s) as much as I do, there's few places better in the Metro Atlanta/South area to take them to.

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    I have taken many, many cats and/or dogs ( my daughter is a pet lover) to Braelinn Village Animal Hosp. over the last 9 or so years and have had nothing but good things to say about the Dr.s and the Staff. Having been in Customer Service for 35yrs with a major airline, I know quite alot about what is good service. Sure, we all have our off days, but those times have been very RARE. The people at the front desk have always been helpful and professional. The Drs and Techs always treat me with respect and show the care toward my pet that I would expect. I have tried other Vets in the past but Braelinn is the one I always go to now.

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    I have taken many, many cats and/or dogs ( my daughter is a pet lover) to Braelinn Village Animal Hosp. over the last 9 or so years and have had nothing but good things to say about the Dr.s and the Staff. Having been in Customer Service for 35yrs with a major airline, I know quite alot about what is good service. Sure, we all have our off days, but those times have been very RARE. The people at the front desk have always been helpful and professional. The Drs and Techs always treat me with respect and show the care toward my pet that I would expect. I have tried other Vets in the past but Braelinn is the one I always go to now.

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    I have taken my dogs to Braelinn Village for many years, ever since another local veterinary practice botched two diagnoses and a surgery. My labby died last year, after a very long bout with a virulent form of cancer. They were quick to refer her to Auburn Vet School for treatment and worked with me on her follow up treatment at home. In the end, we lost her, but they provided the best possible treatment and empathy for her/my suffering. Now, my other two dogs are elderly and have very serious health problems. I see the people at Braelinn Village almost every week. They know me and my dogs by name and seem to care as much about my dogs as I do. Yes, the doctors are busy; yes the staff is busy. But they always seem to be able to work me in or let me drop off my dogs if there is a problem. Braelinn Village staff tries to see every animal that is sick and needs to be seen. Many customers get very irritated with the staff when they have to wait. They do not take into consideration that there may have been some emergency that had to be handled, backing up the schedule. The doctors are careful to present the alternatives and the costs of projected treatment options and let the owners make the final decisions. The doctors are NOT omniscient. They use the most modern equipment, consult with Auburn University or other sources, and make the best decisions they can make with the information they have. Sometimes their best just is not enough to save the sick dog or cat. If you have a problem with Braelinn Village Animal Hospital, I would encourage you to seek treatment for your animals elsewhere. With the thriving practice that they have, I do not believe they will miss a few disgruntled customers.

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    I have taken my dogs to Braelinn Village for many years, ever since another local veterinary practice botched two diagnoses and a surgery. My labby died last year, after a very long bout with a virulent form of cancer. They were quick to refer her to Auburn Vet School for treatment and worked with me on her follow up treatment at home. In the end, we lost her, but they provided the best possible treatment and empathy for her/my suffering. Now, my other two dogs are elderly and have very serious health problems. I see the people at Braelinn Village almost every week. They know me and my dogs by name and seem to care as much about my dogs as I do. Yes, the doctors are busy; yes the staff is busy. But they always seem to be able to work me in or let me drop off my dogs if there is a problem. Braelinn Village staff tries to see every animal that is sick and needs to be seen. Many customers get very irritated with the staff when they have to wait. They do not take into consideration that there may have been some emergency that had to be handled, backing up the schedule. The doctors are careful to present the alternatives and the costs of projected treatment options and let the owners make the final decisions. The doctors are NOT omniscient. They use the most modern equipment, consult with Auburn University or other sources, and make the best decisions they can make with the information they have. Sometimes their best just is not enough to save the sick dog or cat. If you have a problem with Braelinn Village Animal Hospital, I would encourage you to seek treatment for your animals elsewhere. With the thriving practice that they have, I do not believe they will miss a few disgruntled customers.

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    The staff is a miserable bunch of people who feel like they are doing you a favor by working on your pet. My dog was a patient there for years and I put up with their poor attitude until I had a bad experience with our dog and called the office to get their side of the story. I was shocked at their attitude. The owners wife got on the phone and she was even worse. I can see where the staff gets their nasty attitude from.
    We changed vets and have been thrilled ever since. This was a blessing in disguise.

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    The staff is a miserable bunch of people who feel like they are doing you a favor by working on your pet. My dog was a patient there for years and I put up with their poor attitude until I had a bad experience with our dog and called the office to get their side of the story. I was shocked at their attitude. The owners wife got on the phone and she was even worse. I can see where the staff gets their nasty attitude from.
    We changed vets and have been thrilled ever since. This was a blessing in disguise.

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    My pet will no longer be a patient of this clinic any longer! The staff at the front door here is absolutely the rudest bunch of women I have ever seen. I went in merely to pick up food for my dog, and I was rudely pushed out of the way by one of the older front desk staff, who never once offered to help me. I called prior to arriving to ask if they had the food I needed, which is rare....and I was told to make sure I was in by 1 PM. Um, I thought there office hours where until 2 PM on Saturday? It's really a sad thing when the owner of the clinic, Dr. Rudd, will allow his wife to treat clients in the manner she does. If you don't want to work in customer service, then don't get a job where you will actually be responsibly for that!

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    My pet will no longer be a patient of this clinic any longer! The staff at the front door here is absolutely the rudest bunch of women I have ever seen. I went in merely to pick up food for my dog, and I was rudely pushed out of the way by one of the older front desk staff, who never once offered to help me. I called prior to arriving to ask if they had the food I needed, which is rare....and I was told to make sure I was in by 1 PM. Um, I thought there office hours where until 2 PM on Saturday? It's really a sad thing when the owner of the clinic, Dr. Rudd, will allow his wife to treat clients in the manner she does. If you don't want to work in customer service, then don't get a job where you will actually be responsibly for that!

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    I would not recommend this animal hospital. A couple of the vets seem okay, but the staff tends to be inconsiderate and abrupt. The techs and assistants are not friendly and don't seem to care much about pets or how they treat pets. The exam rooms have carpet and at each visit the carpet smelled like urine. If your pets are an important member of your family, you will skip this place, because they will not be treated as you would like. Good vets can be found elsewhere. The hospital administrator needs to pay attention to what goes on at the front counter and in the exam rooms. They need to train the staff in how to interact and show compassion and empathy.

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    I would not recommend this animal hospital. A couple of the vets seem okay, but the staff tends to be inconsiderate and abrupt. The techs and assistants are not friendly and don't seem to care much about pets or how they treat pets. The exam rooms have carpet and at each visit the carpet smelled like urine. If your pets are an important member of your family, you will skip this place, because they will not be treated as you would like. Good vets can be found elsewhere. The hospital administrator needs to pay attention to what goes on at the front counter and in the exam rooms. They need to train the staff in how to interact and show compassion and empathy.

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    I have taken my dog in for little things but do not trust this vet clinic for any procedure that involoves more than taking blood for tests. Two of the vets there suggested a few procedures that I felt were questionable. I took my dog to another vet clinic and never said a word about him being looked at by this clinic. Totally different answers and diagnosis from the second vet. I will add the staff is not that friendly. The staff seeing my dog never called him by his name, petted him, just business as usual. I'm sure my dog didn't care, but I sure did!

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    I have taken my dog in for little things but do not trust this vet clinic for any procedure that involoves more than taking blood for tests. Two of the vets there suggested a few procedures that I felt were questionable. I took my dog to another vet clinic and never said a word about him being looked at by this clinic. Totally different answers and diagnosis from the second vet. I will add the staff is not that friendly. The staff seeing my dog never called him by his name, petted him, just business as usual. I'm sure my dog didn't care, but I sure did!

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    My 2.5 y/o lab mix Tootsie who is the apple of my eye came up lam. The pain was crippling her and she went from happy beloved pup to miserable wretch in as little as 2 weeks. (still beloved) We went to our vet and had a month on antiinflamatories before they decided to test the ACL. her ligament was torn and we were refered to DR Rudd as one of the few vet's in goergia who did this type pf repair. He confirmed the dx and surgery was discussed, and of course we went for it. It has saved our happy home. as the vet said it would take some time for recovery, and it was expensive. But our pup is now the happy doggie she was.

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    My 2.5 y/o lab mix Tootsie who is the apple of my eye came up lam. The pain was crippling her and she went from happy beloved pup to miserable wretch in as little as 2 weeks. (still beloved) We went to our vet and had a month on antiinflamatories before they decided to test the ACL. her ligament was torn and we were refered to DR Rudd as one of the few vet's in goergia who did this type pf repair. He confirmed the dx and surgery was discussed, and of course we went for it. It has saved our happy home. as the vet said it would take some time for recovery, and it was expensive. But our pup is now the happy doggie she was.

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    My regular vet referred me to Dr. Ray Rudd at the Braelinn Village Animal Hospital for more extensive testing on my dog to diagnose his illness. At first, I was impressed by his attitude and thoroughness in his attempts to treat my dog. When my dog??s health continued to decline, he performed exploratory surgery on him and the lab results confirmed Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD). Dr. Rudd would not accept these results and continued to insist my dog had liver cancer?even had the biopsy cut two times. A feeding tube was inserted to assist my dog in getting the nutrition and medicine he needed to treat the IBD. The tube began leaking and on four occasions this was brought to the attention of Dr. Rudd and his staff and they would only say they didn??t know why it was leaking. The tube finally came completely out of my dog??s stomach and he developed peritonitis. I believe my dog passed away untimely and needlessly from this deadly disease because of the mismanagement of the feeding tube. Dr. Rudd even insisted on a third liver biopsy when my dog was fighting for his life. Again, no liver cancer. If you love and care for your pets, please do not take them to Dr. Rudd at his facility.

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    My regular vet referred me to Dr. Ray Rudd at the Braelinn Village Animal Hospital for more extensive testing on my dog to diagnose his illness. At first, I was impressed by his attitude and thoroughness in his attempts to treat my dog. When my dog??s health continued to decline, he performed exploratory surgery on him and the lab results confirmed Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD). Dr. Rudd would not accept these results and continued to insist my dog had liver cancer?even had the biopsy cut two times. A feeding tube was inserted to assist my dog in getting the nutrition and medicine he needed to treat the IBD. The tube began leaking and on four occasions this was brought to the attention of Dr. Rudd and his staff and they would only say they didn??t know why it was leaking. The tube finally came completely out of my dog??s stomach and he developed peritonitis. I believe my dog passed away untimely and needlessly from this deadly disease because of the mismanagement of the feeding tube. Dr. Rudd even insisted on a third liver biopsy when my dog was fighting for his life. Again, no liver cancer. If you love and care for your pets, please do not take them to Dr. Rudd at his facility.

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    On 4/20/2006 I took my Olde English Bulldog in for a Cecerian Section and Spaying. They did what seemed to be at the time a great job, delivering 10 puppies and only 1 did not make it. After about a month and a half she started bleeding like she was having her Menstrual cycle, I then took her to another Animal Hospital in McDonough, where they found a serious infection in her abdomen , and had to do emergency surgery to remove GAUZE PAD that was left inside her during her cecerian, the Vet had to cut her intestines in half to remove the Gauze that had been in her for months. So as of today she is still in the hospital and is recovering well , but bills are piling up. I contacted Braelinn Village animal Hospital with the new findings and they are surprisingly enough owning up to their mistake. So I guess I would have to say stay away from there for major surgery..But on the other hand for shots,grooming and regular checkups , I always had a pleasant experience with them..Thank You

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    On 4/20/2006 I took my Olde English Bulldog in for a Cecerian Section and Spaying. They did what seemed to be at the time a great job, delivering 10 puppies and only 1 did not make it. After about a month and a half she started bleeding like she was having her Menstrual cycle, I then took her to another Animal Hospital in McDonough, where they found a serious infection in her abdomen , and had to do emergency surgery to remove GAUZE PAD that was left inside her during her cecerian, the Vet had to cut her intestines in half to remove the Gauze that had been in her for months. So as of today she is still in the hospital and is recovering well , but bills are piling up. I contacted Braelinn Village animal Hospital with the new findings and they are surprisingly enough owning up to their mistake. So I guess I would have to say stay away from there for major surgery..But on the other hand for shots,grooming and regular checkups , I always had a pleasant experience with them..Thank You

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    As having a father as a retired veterinarian, it was difficult to find one that I trusted. After many other hospital visits, I feel that this one is the best and most qualified in the area. The staff is wonderful and I trust them completely. They take the time out to make you and your pet feel important.

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    As having a father as a retired veterinarian, it was difficult to find one that I trusted. After many other hospital visits, I feel that this one is the best and most qualified in the area. The staff is wonderful and I trust them completely. They take the time out to make you and your pet feel important.

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    Message from VCA Braelinn Village Animal Hospital

    At VCA, your pet's health is our top priority and excellent service is our goal. We treat each pet knowing it is an extension of your family. Our dedicated staff of veterinarians, board certified specialists, and technicians strive each day to give your pet the very best in medical care. We understand how important it is to have a local veterinarian you can trust and who, most importantly, knows your pet almost as well as you. With nearly 600 hospitals in 42 States, we've built a network of trusted local animal health providers giving the finest care for the pets in your family. We invite you to get to know our caring staff! New VCA patients are eligible for a FREE First Exam - a risk-free opportunity to learn what makes VCA so different.

    We're looking forward to meeting you and your pet and demonstrating our commitment to providing your pet the highest quality care!. Our hospital offers a wide range of general and specialized medical treatments and services including:
    • Advanced Care Services
    • Allergy & Itchy Skin Relief
    • Diabetes Treatment (Canine & Feline)
    • Diagnostics
    • Diet & Nutrition
    • Disease Treatment
    • Flea & Tick Control
    • General Care
    • Heartworm Disease Treatment (Canine & Feline)
    • Internal medicine
    • Medications/Prescriptions
    • Parasite Control
    • Pet Wellness Exams
    • Physical Examinations
    • Preventive Care
    • Primary Care
    • Puppy & Kitten Wellness
    • Senior Pet Wellness
    • Spay & Neuter
    • Vaccines & Vaccinations
    • Weight Loss Programs

    Please call us today to review your pet's medical and health issues and how we may be able to help!

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