Twin Oaks Veterinary Hospital

★★★★☆
36.5212 -81.1523
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336-372-8744

2970 Us Highway 21 N

Sparta, NC

28675

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These are wonderful people, and vets. But I had found out several months ago that someone had their dog fixed, and they were counting on a disability check to come in, and use it to pay them for their services, and when this person explained the situation to the young lady @ the front desk, she coldly told them, "Sorry, we can't charge or let you make payments on something elective." She was uncaring about their financial situation, and wouldn't work w/ them @ all. It's understood that it's possible that they may have had problems w/ people not paying their bill, but not everyone is that way.

The person w/ this experience had seen on their way out that there was a sign on the wall about the animal shelter offering financial assistance for spaying/neutering of pets, and this was never offered. When it was mentioned to the young lady, all she could say was, "Sorry."

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★★★★☆

These are wonderful people, and vets. But I had found out several months ago that someone had their dog fixed, and they were counting on a disability check to come in, and use it to pay them for their services, and when this person explained the situation to the young lady @ the front desk, she coldly told them, "Sorry, we can't charge or let you make payments on something elective." She was uncaring about their financial situation, and wouldn't work w/ them @ all. It's understood that it's possible that they may have had problems w/ people not paying their bill, but not everyone is that way.

The person w/ this experience had seen on their way out that there was a sign on the wall about the animal shelter offering financial assistance for spaying/neutering of pets, and this was never offered. When it was mentioned to the young lady, all she could say was, "Sorry."

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Twin Oaks has been very helpful to me over the last few years. The staff are always kind. Over the years I have had several pets to have operations there as well as family members who have pets that have been using them for years. Thanks to all the kind and courteous staff. This is a great place to take your pets.

5
★★★★★

Twin Oaks has been very helpful to me over the last few years. The staff are always kind. Over the years I have had several pets to have operations there as well as family members who have pets that have been using them for years. Thanks to all the kind and courteous staff. This is a great place to take your pets.

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This is the most amazing group of people I have ever done business with and for the last 22 years of our relationship together they have never let me down. If you are not taking your furry loved ones to Twin Oaks then they are not receiving the best most compassionate care possible.

Thank you Twin Oask staff and Dr.'s once again for providing our dear loved one the comfort and supported needed until the end.

5
★★★★★

This is the most amazing group of people I have ever done business with and for the last 22 years of our relationship together they have never let me down. If you are not taking your furry loved ones to Twin Oaks then they are not receiving the best most compassionate care possible.

Thank you Twin Oask staff and Dr.'s once again for providing our dear loved one the comfort and supported needed until the end.

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They are the best vets around. They are the cheapest that I have ever found. I have moved away but still drive my dog to Twin Oaks and I am now two hours away. I took my mixed breed dog there last week. They gave my dog all his shots (3 year rabies and distemper), did a heart worm test, a fecal test, and an overall exam and only charged me $58.00. If I had all of this done here were I live now, it would have been between $150 - $250 (I called to check before driving him there).Twin Oaks have always cared for my family's pets. I still have a 17 year old mutt at my parents house. They have cared for her since she was a pup. She has had many procedures done such as being treated for parvo, spaying her, treating her when she was hit by a truck, caring for her when she got into the neighbor's rat poison, and other minor problems. When they have had to keep her they would call us and give us daily updates. They are a very caring facility with caring employees.I would highly recommend them to anyone with a dog. I am not a cat owner so I can not attest to their care of cats.

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★★★★★

They are the best vets around. They are the cheapest that I have ever found. I have moved away but still drive my dog to Twin Oaks and I am now two hours away. I took my mixed breed dog there last week. They gave my dog all his shots (3 year rabies and distemper), did a heart worm test, a fecal test, and an overall exam and only charged me $58.00. If I had all of this done here were I live now, it would have been between $150 - $250 (I called to check before driving him there).Twin Oaks have always cared for my family's pets. I still have a 17 year old mutt at my parents house. They have cared for her since she was a pup. She has had many procedures done such as being treated for parvo, spaying her, treating her when she was hit by a truck, caring for her when she got into the neighbor's rat poison, and other minor problems. When they have had to keep her they would call us and give us daily updates. They are a very caring facility with caring employees.I would highly recommend them to anyone with a dog. I am not a cat owner so I can not attest to their care of cats.

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Twin oaks vet clinic saved my little dogs life when he ingested rat poison and I am certain he would have died if a less competent vet had looked at him. They are very loving to all of our dogs and show a genuine concern for them

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Twin oaks vet clinic saved my little dogs life when he ingested rat poison and I am certain he would have died if a less competent vet had looked at him. They are very loving to all of our dogs and show a genuine concern for them

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In a previous review Suzanne L. complained that the staff at Twin Oaks didn't call to warn her of a Parvo outbreak at the clinic shortly after she adopted 2 pups. She also wrote, "my dog would have survived because he would have had treatment started 6 days before I was able to figure out what was wrong with him. Once a dog leaves that shelter they could care less what happens to them."

Well, perhaps a phone call would have helped spur Suzanne L. into action, but why didn't a sick puppy? Once an animal leaves that, or any such facility, it becomes the owners responsibility, regardless. Obviously Suzanne L's pup was sick for 6 days before she even sought treatment!

At about the same time that Suzanne L. adopted her two pups I also adopted two eight week old pups from Twin Oaks. One pup became ill after just two days at home. I immediately took him back to see one of the three Veterinarians and a highly capable Vet technician on staff. Within 15 minutes tests had been run, analyzed and the diagnosis was Parvo. Both pups had received Parvo vaccinations prior to being available for adoption but were not due for their Parvo booster shot for another 3 weeks. Thus they were not yet 100% protected from the highly communicable disease. Fortunately, only one of my pups became ill.

The staff at Twin Oaks quarantined my puppy and began immediate treatment. The pup became very ill but was closely monitored and received the best of care. On the third day of care some improvement began. By the fourth day it was apparent my pup would live. It took more time to fully recover but fast action by me, and especially by the dedicated staff at Twin Oaks, saved my dog.

When a pup (or any dog) is vomiting, has diarrhea and is laying around obviously ill you simply do not hesitate even one day to see a veterinarian. In my opinion Suzanne L. is shifting the blame for her own inaction and guilt!

I have been familiar with this facility for over 25 years and have had many other very positive experiences with regular preventive care and treatment of sick and injured animals that they have rescued from the jaws of death. They have also in a very dignified manner anesthetized my beloved pets, without charge, when the time came to sadly and humanely say goodbye.

Twin Oaks, headed by Dr. Nash Williams, a life long resident of Alleghany county who has dedicated his life to serving his community, is a fine facility with a caring staff. It may not be one of the fanciest animal hospitals but it is one of the best and their cost for care is extremely reasonable.

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★★★★★

In a previous review Suzanne L. complained that the staff at Twin Oaks didn't call to warn her of a Parvo outbreak at the clinic shortly after she adopted 2 pups. She also wrote, "my dog would have survived because he would have had treatment started 6 days before I was able to figure out what was wrong with him. Once a dog leaves that shelter they could care less what happens to them."

Well, perhaps a phone call would have helped spur Suzanne L. into action, but why didn't a sick puppy? Once an animal leaves that, or any such facility, it becomes the owners responsibility, regardless. Obviously Suzanne L's pup was sick for 6 days before she even sought treatment!

At about the same time that Suzanne L. adopted her two pups I also adopted two eight week old pups from Twin Oaks. One pup became ill after just two days at home. I immediately took him back to see one of the three Veterinarians and a highly capable Vet technician on staff. Within 15 minutes tests had been run, analyzed and the diagnosis was Parvo. Both pups had received Parvo vaccinations prior to being available for adoption but were not due for their Parvo booster shot for another 3 weeks. Thus they were not yet 100% protected from the highly communicable disease. Fortunately, only one of my pups became ill.

The staff at Twin Oaks quarantined my puppy and began immediate treatment. The pup became very ill but was closely monitored and received the best of care. On the third day of care some improvement began. By the fourth day it was apparent my pup would live. It took more time to fully recover but fast action by me, and especially by the dedicated staff at Twin Oaks, saved my dog.

When a pup (or any dog) is vomiting, has diarrhea and is laying around obviously ill you simply do not hesitate even one day to see a veterinarian. In my opinion Suzanne L. is shifting the blame for her own inaction and guilt!

I have been familiar with this facility for over 25 years and have had many other very positive experiences with regular preventive care and treatment of sick and injured animals that they have rescued from the jaws of death. They have also in a very dignified manner anesthetized my beloved pets, without charge, when the time came to sadly and humanely say goodbye.

Twin Oaks, headed by Dr. Nash Williams, a life long resident of Alleghany county who has dedicated his life to serving his community, is a fine facility with a caring staff. It may not be one of the fanciest animal hospitals but it is one of the best and their cost for care is extremely reasonable.

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I would like to let you know that this Vet may run the Alleghany Animal Shelter but once a dog leaves that shelter they could care less what happens to them. I took two puppies from Twin Oaks. 2 days after I took the puppies they found out they had an outbreak of Parvo and chose not to call and inform me. Had they just made a 2 minute phone call to me, my dog would have survived because he would have had treatment started 6 days before I was able to figure out what was wrong with him. I think not calling knowing that the dogs basically starve to death through vomiting and diarrhea shows just how little they really care about the animals in their care. Be very careful and if you still choose to get a puppy there. Be aware that this virus survives for 7 months to 5 years and is highly contagious.

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I would like to let you know that this Vet may run the Alleghany Animal Shelter but once a dog leaves that shelter they could care less what happens to them. I took two puppies from Twin Oaks. 2 days after I took the puppies they found out they had an outbreak of Parvo and chose not to call and inform me. Had they just made a 2 minute phone call to me, my dog would have survived because he would have had treatment started 6 days before I was able to figure out what was wrong with him. I think not calling knowing that the dogs basically starve to death through vomiting and diarrhea shows just how little they really care about the animals in their care. Be very careful and if you still choose to get a puppy there. Be aware that this virus survives for 7 months to 5 years and is highly contagious.

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I can not praise enough the personal and loving, as well as professional attention, (medical and otherwise), my pets, as well as myself have received from the entire staff at TOVH. We have tackled difficult challenges over the years, and are in the middle of another of these situations at the moment. All of the caretakers have gotten personally involved and you can see the sincerity through their dedication to the pets and the practice itself, not to mention Molly's adoration of them all.

We can't thank them enough!!!!

Vonnie Cook

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★★★★★

I can not praise enough the personal and loving, as well as professional attention, (medical and otherwise), my pets, as well as myself have received from the entire staff at TOVH. We have tackled difficult challenges over the years, and are in the middle of another of these situations at the moment. All of the caretakers have gotten personally involved and you can see the sincerity through their dedication to the pets and the practice itself, not to mention Molly's adoration of them all.

We can't thank them enough!!!!

Vonnie Cook

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