Marysville Veterinary Clinic

★★★☆☆
  • 1273 Gratiot Blvd

    Marysville, MI 48040

    Map & Directions
  • 810-388-8800

About Marysville Veterinary Clinic

Categories
  • Veterinarians
Hours
M 8am-8pm, Tu-F 8am-5pm, Sa 10am-2pm, Su Closed
Special Offer
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Emails
  • marysville.vet.clinic@gmail.com
  • leicht93@hotmail.com
Year Established
  • 2001
Payment Options
  • Check
  • Discover
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  • Visa
Brands
  • prescription diets

Pets & Animals

Pets & Animals
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My husband is in the military and had been transferred to this area. No sooner did we get settled and our cat started acting abnormal by drinking and urinating more. I called and was able to get an appointment same day. Bloodwork revealed diabetes. Dr. Morden took the time to explain treatment and options. I am very pleased.

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My husband is in the military and had been transferred to this area. No sooner did we get settled and our cat started acting abnormal by drinking and urinating more. I called and was able to get an appointment same day. Bloodwork revealed diabetes. Dr. Morden took the time to explain treatment and options. I am very pleased.

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Recently moved into the area and needed to find a vet ASAP to have my dog neutered. The place was clean and the staff informative and quick. Overall I was very pleased.

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Recently moved into the area and needed to find a vet ASAP to have my dog neutered. The place was clean and the staff informative and quick. Overall I was very pleased.

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I've recently had the worst experience with Marysville Veterinary Clinic. My kitty homer who was 4 years old had an inner ear infection that went to his brain. I took him in last week and the vet gave me medicine to give him and sent me home. He got worst as the day progressed and ended up not breathing and having a seizure. I took him back and they had to put him on a breathing machine. I was told to go home and they would call in a few hours to give me an update. At 4pm that day they called and said he was doing much better and I should come right at 5 pm to pick him up and take him to the hospital for over night observation and I was to pick him up in the morning and bring him back to the vet. When I got there and they brought him out he was worst looking than when I got him there not breathing. The vet tech told me he took a turn for the worst 30 min prior to me getting there. I asked numerous times to her and the vet what should I do. I was told I either needed to euthanize him or take him to the hospital. There was no way Homer was going to make it a 40 min car ride to the hospital they reccomend. The vet was in a huge hurry to leave as they close at 5pm. At this point, she became very irritated with me for holding her up and basically told me she needed to leave and wasn't going to stand around while I made my decision. She left....and the vet tech and receptionist took care of me from there. They finally suggested putting him down as he was suffering and wouldn't make the car ride. The day was horrible as I lost my kitty but this vet made the experience so much worst for me. Im sorry for keeping you over but as a DR that is part of your job. Ive stayed ten minutes over many times for my customers. Then today I get a letter saying you owe us money for bringing him back the second time that day....There was no im sorry about your loss, please contact us. Just pay your bill now. I had already paid them $210 the first time that day for the original visit when they said he was fine and gave him medicine. I guess my point is, a little compassion and caring goes a long way ecspecially when it comes to the illness/death of someone a person loves. It's your job and part of why we pay you. Get out of this line of business if you need a 9-5 job and don't care about your customers. I'm sorry to say this as I have went to this vet for over 6 years but I will be switching and suggested other customers to take a long hard look at this facility. Thank you!

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I've recently had the worst experience with Marysville Veterinary Clinic. My kitty homer who was 4 years old had an inner ear infection that went to his brain. I took him in last week and the vet gave me medicine to give him and sent me home. He got worst as the day progressed and ended up not breathing and having a seizure. I took him back and they had to put him on a breathing machine. I was told to go home and they would call in a few hours to give me an update. At 4pm that day they called and said he was doing much better and I should come right at 5 pm to pick him up and take him to the hospital for over night observation and I was to pick him up in the morning and bring him back to the vet. When I got there and they brought him out he was worst looking than when I got him there not breathing. The vet tech told me he took a turn for the worst 30 min prior to me getting there. I asked numerous times to her and the vet what should I do. I was told I either needed to euthanize him or take him to the hospital. There was no way Homer was going to make it a 40 min car ride to the hospital they reccomend. The vet was in a huge hurry to leave as they close at 5pm. At this point, she became very irritated with me for holding her up and basically told me she needed to leave and wasn't going to stand around while I made my decision. She left....and the vet tech and receptionist took care of me from there. They finally suggested putting him down as he was suffering and wouldn't make the car ride. The day was horrible as I lost my kitty but this vet made the experience so much worst for me. Im sorry for keeping you over but as a DR that is part of your job. Ive stayed ten minutes over many times for my customers. Then today I get a letter saying you owe us money for bringing him back the second time that day....There was no im sorry about your loss, please contact us. Just pay your bill now. I had already paid them $210 the first time that day for the original visit when they said he was fine and gave him medicine. I guess my point is, a little compassion and caring goes a long way ecspecially when it comes to the illness/death of someone a person loves. It's your job and part of why we pay you. Get out of this line of business if you need a 9-5 job and don't care about your customers. I'm sorry to say this as I have went to this vet for over 6 years but I will be switching and suggested other customers to take a long hard look at this facility. Thank you!

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I came to the Vet on 1/28/13 because my dog was unable to bear weight on his leg. They took a few x-rays and said that my dog had a dislocated hip. My visit there cost $221.00 with no treatment except pain medication and I was referred to another vet in town. By the first look the new vet even said there was no way he could convince himself that it was a dislocated hip, because the pelvis was tilted in the x-ray. They had to take new x-rays which cost me an additional $154.00 because the x-rays from Marysville Veterinary Clinic were of poor quality. So I called back to Marysville Vet Clinic to explain to them what had happened, the x-rays that they took were unable to be used and the same views had to be retaken, in the same view the new vet said he had a pelvis fracture/break, not a hip dislocation. In the x-rays that Marysville Vet Clinic took (which they said they were board certified) I was told that the dogs hip was dislocated, and that the board certified report states that, and agrees with them. They stood their ground. I received the board certified report on 2/18/13 when I went to the Marysville Vet clinic to find out where my complaint was going. The board certified report states that there is no hip dysplasia and that there was a fracture in the pubis. And also recommends to "Repeat the VD view of the pelvis with perfectly straight positioning to see left pubis better; consultation with orthopedic surgeon to assess best treatment option." I was called a fu*king b**ch by one of the employees because I was complaining about the x-rays and that I needed to go to school before I came in to complain because I don't know what I'm talking about. The front desk girls remained very calm and collected while Dr. Leicht walked away yelling at me along with the other vet techs that stated I don't know anything. Dr. Leicht (owner) reluctantly reimbursed me 50.00 for the one X-ray and told me I am denied any services from their clinic again for future treatments. (Which is fine because I don't plan on ever going there again) They made me sign a liability form in order to get my 50.00 that states they are not held financially or legally responsible for any prior or future treatments. I believe the way I was treated was very unprofessional and uncalled for.

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I came to the Vet on 1/28/13 because my dog was unable to bear weight on his leg. They took a few x-rays and said that my dog had a dislocated hip. My visit there cost $221.00 with no treatment except pain medication and I was referred to another vet in town. By the first look the new vet even said there was no way he could convince himself that it was a dislocated hip, because the pelvis was tilted in the x-ray. They had to take new x-rays which cost me an additional $154.00 because the x-rays from Marysville Veterinary Clinic were of poor quality. So I called back to Marysville Vet Clinic to explain to them what had happened, the x-rays that they took were unable to be used and the same views had to be retaken, in the same view the new vet said he had a pelvis fracture/break, not a hip dislocation. In the x-rays that Marysville Vet Clinic took (which they said they were board certified) I was told that the dogs hip was dislocated, and that the board certified report states that, and agrees with them. They stood their ground. I received the board certified report on 2/18/13 when I went to the Marysville Vet clinic to find out where my complaint was going. The board certified report states that there is no hip dysplasia and that there was a fracture in the pubis. And also recommends to "Repeat the VD view of the pelvis with perfectly straight positioning to see left pubis better; consultation with orthopedic surgeon to assess best treatment option." I was called a fu*king b**ch by one of the employees because I was complaining about the x-rays and that I needed to go to school before I came in to complain because I don't know what I'm talking about. The front desk girls remained very calm and collected while Dr. Leicht walked away yelling at me along with the other vet techs that stated I don't know anything. Dr. Leicht (owner) reluctantly reimbursed me 50.00 for the one X-ray and told me I am denied any services from their clinic again for future treatments. (Which is fine because I don't plan on ever going there again) They made me sign a liability form in order to get my 50.00 that states they are not held financially or legally responsible for any prior or future treatments. I believe the way I was treated was very unprofessional and uncalled for.

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I was never so humiliated in my life. The girls at the front were rude and unprofessional and so was the Vet. I would never again go back there.

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I was never so humiliated in my life. The girls at the front were rude and unprofessional and so was the Vet. I would never again go back there.

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I couldn't ask for a better vet. Some of my pets have had rather unusual illnesses and she's diagnosed and started them on the best course of treatment to help them and also to make sure that they don't suffer. Her office staff and techs are really good people, easy to talk with and genuinely care about everyone's pets. You don't have enough stars to rate this clinic.

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I couldn't ask for a better vet. Some of my pets have had rather unusual illnesses and she's diagnosed and started them on the best course of treatment to help them and also to make sure that they don't suffer. Her office staff and techs are really good people, easy to talk with and genuinely care about everyone's pets. You don't have enough stars to rate this clinic.

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I've taken my pets to this place, (well it has moved since but same vet) for over 10 years.
She always treats me and my pets with the upmost friendly, and personal nature.
Well educated.

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I've taken my pets to this place, (well it has moved since but same vet) for over 10 years.
She always treats me and my pets with the upmost friendly, and personal nature.
Well educated.

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