Linda Grau, DVM - Fredon Animal Hospital

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  • 391 State Route 94 S

    Newton, NJ 07860

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  • 973-383-0811

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We cannot say enough about Dr. Grau and the staff at Fredon Animal Hospital. We brought our Boxer Holly to them in March 2012 after our prior vet serously missed a foriegn body in her abdomen. Dr. Grau and Dr Sharp performed unbelievable surgery to remove the object. The results were surprizingly good but our poor Holly gave up her fight this week. We cannot express how greatful we are that Dr Grau and her staff gave us those 6 months with Holly. It meant so much to us. We were amazed that Dr Grau made sure she personally checked our Holly when she had her surgery. The Vet Techs were all so careing and gentle... We received regular phone updates each time Holly was with them, even after hours. Thank you Dr. Grau, Dr. Sharp and staff. You are the most compassionate group of animal lovers we have ever encountered. Thank you again for all you have done for us and Holly. God bless all of you.

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We cannot say enough about Dr. Grau and the staff at Fredon Animal Hospital. We brought our Boxer Holly to them in March 2012 after our prior vet serously missed a foriegn body in her abdomen. Dr. Grau and Dr Sharp performed unbelievable surgery to remove the object. The results were surprizingly good but our poor Holly gave up her fight this week. We cannot express how greatful we are that Dr Grau and her staff gave us those 6 months with Holly. It meant so much to us. We were amazed that Dr Grau made sure she personally checked our Holly when she had her surgery. The Vet Techs were all so careing and gentle... We received regular phone updates each time Holly was with them, even after hours. Thank you Dr. Grau, Dr. Sharp and staff. You are the most compassionate group of animal lovers we have ever encountered. Thank you again for all you have done for us and Holly. God bless all of you.

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I can not say enough about Dr. Grau and her staff! They were wonderful to me and my parrotlet - Baby. I called them that my bird was lying on the bottom of the cage and they told me to bring her right in. It turned out she was egg bound. For such a tiny little bird this is even more dangerous. Dr. Grau did X-rays and extracted the egg. Unfortunately, 2 days later the same thing happened and Dr. Grau was there for her again. She then put her on deprovera to prevent future egg binding. She was wonderful in her treatment of Baby and her hysterical mother. She saved my p'let's life. I will always be grateful. If there were 10 stars I would give them to Her and her staff!!

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I can not say enough about Dr. Grau and her staff! They were wonderful to me and my parrotlet - Baby. I called them that my bird was lying on the bottom of the cage and they told me to bring her right in. It turned out she was egg bound. For such a tiny little bird this is even more dangerous. Dr. Grau did X-rays and extracted the egg. Unfortunately, 2 days later the same thing happened and Dr. Grau was there for her again. She then put her on deprovera to prevent future egg binding. She was wonderful in her treatment of Baby and her hysterical mother. She saved my p'let's life. I will always be grateful. If there were 10 stars I would give them to Her and her staff!!

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Unfortunately this review is not positive, On 6/22/2011 , I brought my cat (Oreo) to Fredon. Oreo had a sore on his nose that formed a scab but wouldn't heal because he kept rubbing his nose. Linda Grau was on vacation and Dr, Steven Soergel was filling in. Oreo was given a steroid shot and a prescription for 125 mg of CLAVAMOX. At the time I did not know that the correct dosage for cats is 62.5mg twice a day (Pfizer states this) so basically I was giving Oreo a double dosage. I noticed that the sore would not form a scab after 3 days but didn't pay too much attention to it. The cat had another appointment on 6/28/2011 for a shaving (he's a long hair tuxedo cat). On 6/30/2011, we noticed that the cat was lethargic and had diarrhea. He was not eating nor drinking water. We called the vet and rushed Oreo in. They gave him a blood transfusion and kept him overnight. I picked him up on 7/1/2011 and they charged me $547. They gave me a number of meds for him including prednisone, doxycycline, cimtidine, and sucralfate. The poor cat would gag every time I gave him the medicine. On 7/2/2011, Oreo still was not eating and was lethargic. I called them and instead of telling to bring the cat in, they called back and said I should pick up the records so that I could bring him to another vet. This was a perfectly healthy cat that Fredon destroyed with their overdosing. On 7/3/2011, Oreo died at approx. 10:45am. He did not did peacefully....he cried out in pain and all we could do was hold him until his last breath. It was awful to see our beautiful once healthy cat die such a painful violent death. I am taking Linda Grau to small claims court and although I might lose...at least other people will be made aware of what Fredon did to my cat. Oreo was a wonderful pet...he was always purring and would lick your face. Fredon refuses to take responsibility for what they did. They destroyed his immune system. The fact is that if I never took Oreo to the vet on 6/22/2011, he would be alive today .....relaxing on top of the couch RIP OREO

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Unfortunately this review is not positive, On 6/22/2011 , I brought my cat (Oreo) to Fredon. Oreo had a sore on his nose that formed a scab but wouldn't heal because he kept rubbing his nose. Linda Grau was on vacation and Dr, Steven Soergel was filling in. Oreo was given a steroid shot and a prescription for 125 mg of CLAVAMOX. At the time I did not know that the correct dosage for cats is 62.5mg twice a day (Pfizer states this) so basically I was giving Oreo a double dosage. I noticed that the sore would not form a scab after 3 days but didn't pay too much attention to it. The cat had another appointment on 6/28/2011 for a shaving (he's a long hair tuxedo cat). On 6/30/2011, we noticed that the cat was lethargic and had diarrhea. He was not eating nor drinking water. We called the vet and rushed Oreo in. They gave him a blood transfusion and kept him overnight. I picked him up on 7/1/2011 and they charged me $547. They gave me a number of meds for him including prednisone, doxycycline, cimtidine, and sucralfate. The poor cat would gag every time I gave him the medicine. On 7/2/2011, Oreo still was not eating and was lethargic. I called them and instead of telling to bring the cat in, they called back and said I should pick up the records so that I could bring him to another vet. This was a perfectly healthy cat that Fredon destroyed with their overdosing. On 7/3/2011, Oreo died at approx. 10:45am. He did not did peacefully....he cried out in pain and all we could do was hold him until his last breath. It was awful to see our beautiful once healthy cat die such a painful violent death. I am taking Linda Grau to small claims court and although I might lose...at least other people will be made aware of what Fredon did to my cat. Oreo was a wonderful pet...he was always purring and would lick your face. Fredon refuses to take responsibility for what they did. They destroyed his immune system. The fact is that if I never took Oreo to the vet on 6/22/2011, he would be alive today .....relaxing on top of the couch RIP OREO

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I had some not so great experienecs at some other local veterinarians over the past several years (long time pet owner). Recently was referred to Fredon Animal Hospital from a friend who works in the field. I changed vets and have had nothing but a great experience at Fredon Animal Hospital. Dr. Sharp is great and the staff is pretty friendly. They were extremely accomdating to my schedule and very patient with me. Thank you Fredon Animal Hospital.

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I had some not so great experienecs at some other local veterinarians over the past several years (long time pet owner). Recently was referred to Fredon Animal Hospital from a friend who works in the field. I changed vets and have had nothing but a great experience at Fredon Animal Hospital. Dr. Sharp is great and the staff is pretty friendly. They were extremely accomdating to my schedule and very patient with me. Thank you Fredon Animal Hospital.

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FREDON IS MUCH BETTER THAN NEWTON ANIMAL HOSPITAL
My experience at Newton animal Hospital was Very Bad Treatment for spay and a $533 bill at Newton Animal HospitalAt Newton I had a 7am spay appointment. I called at 4pm , they said she wasn't even going into surgery yet. She didn't eat since 5pm the night before. 24 hours without food! "They had a busy day" She was treated poorly and they charged me $533 (including microchip and 2 vaccines) Included a test I didn't authorize, falsified the report. And were very nasty even the vet. She knew very little about anesthesia for herding breeds. I had to educate her! Well she is bleeding a little..Is that normal? $533 and it is not the cadillac treatment I paid for. They have too much office staff I guess they need all those CASHIERS at Newton Animal Hospital. And they used the wrong weight for anesthesia.

PS my friend took her dog to Fredon Animal the same exact day 8:45 the dog was recovering at 1:30pm and they called her! And she paid $90 total

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FREDON IS MUCH BETTER THAN NEWTON ANIMAL HOSPITAL
My experience at Newton animal Hospital was Very Bad Treatment for spay and a $533 bill at Newton Animal HospitalAt Newton I had a 7am spay appointment. I called at 4pm , they said she wasn't even going into surgery yet. She didn't eat since 5pm the night before. 24 hours without food! "They had a busy day" She was treated poorly and they charged me $533 (including microchip and 2 vaccines) Included a test I didn't authorize, falsified the report. And were very nasty even the vet. She knew very little about anesthesia for herding breeds. I had to educate her! Well she is bleeding a little..Is that normal? $533 and it is not the cadillac treatment I paid for. They have too much office staff I guess they need all those CASHIERS at Newton Animal Hospital. And they used the wrong weight for anesthesia.

PS my friend took her dog to Fredon Animal the same exact day 8:45 the dog was recovering at 1:30pm and they called her! And she paid $90 total

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I lost a cat when she went in to get fixed. So when I decided to have my dogs neutered I was scared. Dr.Grau and the staff at Fredon were wonderful and treated me and my dogs like royalty. Thank you. Aggie & Zelda

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I lost a cat when she went in to get fixed. So when I decided to have my dogs neutered I was scared. Dr.Grau and the staff at Fredon were wonderful and treated me and my dogs like royalty. Thank you. Aggie & Zelda

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