Vine Veterinary Hospital

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About Vine Veterinary Hospital

Hours
Service Monday-Friday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM ; Service Saturday 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM

Pets & Animals

Pets & Animals
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Dr. Redman is straight-forward, does not do unnecessary vaccines or procedures, and gives you advice on how to save money. He healed an abscess that her previous vet could not and did not make her wear a cone, as the other vet did. He said it wasn't needed because of the location. Made the cat much happier! \r\n\r\nHe even answers the phone himself when he can. He calls you personally to discuss things rather that having another person relay a message. \r\n\r\nI have been to vets who seem to just want money. Dr, Redman is not like that at all. I have brought her in for annual vaccinations and he told me which ones she no longer needed due to her age. Other vets would give the vaccines anyway. \r\n\r\nMy only (sort of) complaint is that he does not have a specialist there weekly to provide ultrasounds or X-rays. He refers his clients to Triangle Veterinary Emergency Clinic, which costs $150 just to walk into the door. This is only a 'sort of' complaint because I like the fact he will admit it if he does not feel comfortable monitoring a condition or disease. For the well-being of the animal, he is willing to send them to specialists.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n

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Dr. Redman is straight-forward, does not do unnecessary vaccines or procedures, and gives you advice on how to save money. He healed an abscess that her previous vet could not and did not make her wear a cone, as the other vet did. He said it wasn't needed because of the location. Made the cat much happier! \r\n\r\nHe even answers the phone himself when he can. He calls you personally to discuss things rather that having another person relay a message. \r\n\r\nI have been to vets who seem to just want money. Dr, Redman is not like that at all. I have brought her in for annual vaccinations and he told me which ones she no longer needed due to her age. Other vets would give the vaccines anyway. \r\n\r\nMy only (sort of) complaint is that he does not have a specialist there weekly to provide ultrasounds or X-rays. He refers his clients to Triangle Veterinary Emergency Clinic, which costs $150 just to walk into the door. This is only a 'sort of' complaint because I like the fact he will admit it if he does not feel comfortable monitoring a condition or disease. For the well-being of the animal, he is willing to send them to specialists.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n

Pros: Straight-forward, provides good and detailed information, and more.

Cons: Outdated building is initially worrisome.

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Dr. Ken Redman and his staff are the best. Our Samoyed, Portia, was 12 years old when we moved to Chapel Hill from Virginia.\tShe started to have problems with her hips, bladder and bowel control, as well as skin and ear issues.\tSince she was already an old lady, Dr. Ken was terrific about understanding that we didn't want to be overly aggressive in her treatments. So we tried a lot of different approaches.\tSome were helpful and some were not, but I felt like we were completely in synch with how to proceed. We also boarded Portia at Vine when we travelled since they gave her her own room, dispensed her myriad of medications, had the special food there, and did not charge us extra for the extra work in cleaning up after her ""indiscretions."" They bathed and groomed her. We felt like she was very well taken care of in her last years of life. We'll be getting another dog soon, and Dr. Redman will be the first person we take our new puppy to!

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Dr. Ken Redman and his staff are the best. Our Samoyed, Portia, was 12 years old when we moved to Chapel Hill from Virginia.\tShe started to have problems with her hips, bladder and bowel control, as well as skin and ear issues.\tSince she was already an old lady, Dr. Ken was terrific about understanding that we didn't want to be overly aggressive in her treatments. So we tried a lot of different approaches.\tSome were helpful and some were not, but I felt like we were completely in synch with how to proceed. We also boarded Portia at Vine when we travelled since they gave her her own room, dispensed her myriad of medications, had the special food there, and did not charge us extra for the extra work in cleaning up after her ""indiscretions."" They bathed and groomed her. We felt like she was very well taken care of in her last years of life. We'll be getting another dog soon, and Dr. Redman will be the first person we take our new puppy to!

Pros: reasonable prices, treats old dogs with special care

Cons: older facility?

 

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