A Elmhurst Animal Emergency

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  • 8706 Queens Blvd

    Flushing, NY 11373

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  • 718-426-4444

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OK so I agree with all the good reviews and disagree with the bad! This place is awesome. I went there with my cat Cuddles who was struggling to pee. Long story short the doctor new what was wrong, unblocked him and removed some stones. This place is open 24 hrs, the staff is nice, and the doctors care. I've been back twice and both time they were good. If you cat afford to take care of your pet when they're sick then dont have one. Highly recommend Dr. Blue and Dr. Steve. If you go check out their cat Storm she is awesome.

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OK so I agree with all the good reviews and disagree with the bad! This place is awesome. I went there with my cat Cuddles who was struggling to pee. Long story short the doctor new what was wrong, unblocked him and removed some stones. This place is open 24 hrs, the staff is nice, and the doctors care. I've been back twice and both time they were good. If you cat afford to take care of your pet when they're sick then dont have one. Highly recommend Dr. Blue and Dr. Steve. If you go check out their cat Storm she is awesome.

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Very helpful staff. I brought my 3 yr. old shih-tzu Leo in the early morning. The prices were higher than my original vet which is another of their clinics, but considering it is a hospital for emergencies that much is expected. Throughout the course of the day my dog was coughing and wheezing a lot. I figured to wait it out until I noticed he hadn't eaten or passed stool. Frantic that I waited to long I rush him over to the hospital. It was about 5am and the hospital was immaculate. They took my dog in right away and the doctor examined him. Before doing any treatment an estimate was written up so I could get an idea how much it would cost. The estimate ran from 825- 951 but it included x-rays, fluids, medicine, exam, and bloodwork. I left the lower price as a deposit, as part of their policy which makes sense so they can start working on my dog right away. These prices to me were not too expensive because the care they give and speed it is given is worth it all. I usually go to their animal clinic on metropolitan avenue and the prices range differently but I felt comfortable knowing it is some of the same staff and the same owner. Animal Clinic of Queens has always helped my dog get better when he is sick so I trusted that their Animal Hospital had the same qualities.

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Very helpful staff. I brought my 3 yr. old shih-tzu Leo in the early morning. The prices were higher than my original vet which is another of their clinics, but considering it is a hospital for emergencies that much is expected. Throughout the course of the day my dog was coughing and wheezing a lot. I figured to wait it out until I noticed he hadn't eaten or passed stool. Frantic that I waited to long I rush him over to the hospital. It was about 5am and the hospital was immaculate. They took my dog in right away and the doctor examined him. Before doing any treatment an estimate was written up so I could get an idea how much it would cost. The estimate ran from 825- 951 but it included x-rays, fluids, medicine, exam, and bloodwork. I left the lower price as a deposit, as part of their policy which makes sense so they can start working on my dog right away. These prices to me were not too expensive because the care they give and speed it is given is worth it all. I usually go to their animal clinic on metropolitan avenue and the prices range differently but I felt comfortable knowing it is some of the same staff and the same owner. Animal Clinic of Queens has always helped my dog get better when he is sick so I trusted that their Animal Hospital had the same qualities.

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i was previously an owner of 7 guinea pigs, before i went here. my 5 week old piggies seemed ok,but 1 of them had stopped eating, and diddnt look concious. i called my vet, but the specialist woulndt be in for 2 days. when i came home from work the next day, he was dead. afew hours l;ater, another one of them had started looking ill. he was laying on the floor breathing very heavy. since it was 2 am, and i thought he was dieing, i stayed up all night with him, and he wouldnt die. i noticed another babie starting to look very skinny. all of this happened in a matter of a day. in a panic, i called my vet, and got fefered to elmhurst. we got there at 7 am. the vet wouldnt take the dieing baby until i finished all the paper work on all of the sick guineapigs. then they took them into there room which was freezing cold, and told us they had parasites. they wanted to charge us over $700 to put the one to sleep, give medication, and for the viset. after countless hours trying to find a specialist i could afford, i watched my baby twitch to death and i lost over $600. i couldnt afford that place. turned out they had a uri. the stupid doctor had no idea what he was doing and he handeled them very poorly. they would all be dead if i had listened to him

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i was previously an owner of 7 guinea pigs, before i went here. my 5 week old piggies seemed ok,but 1 of them had stopped eating, and diddnt look concious. i called my vet, but the specialist woulndt be in for 2 days. when i came home from work the next day, he was dead. afew hours l;ater, another one of them had started looking ill. he was laying on the floor breathing very heavy. since it was 2 am, and i thought he was dieing, i stayed up all night with him, and he wouldnt die. i noticed another babie starting to look very skinny. all of this happened in a matter of a day. in a panic, i called my vet, and got fefered to elmhurst. we got there at 7 am. the vet wouldnt take the dieing baby until i finished all the paper work on all of the sick guineapigs. then they took them into there room which was freezing cold, and told us they had parasites. they wanted to charge us over $700 to put the one to sleep, give medication, and for the viset. after countless hours trying to find a specialist i could afford, i watched my baby twitch to death and i lost over $600. i couldnt afford that place. turned out they had a uri. the stupid doctor had no idea what he was doing and he handeled them very poorly. they would all be dead if i had listened to him

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Dr. Short at Elmhurst Animal Emergency Hospital is a great doctor, kind and compassionate. She took great care of my dog Lola. Lola jumped of the bed one morning and screamed in pain, I rushed her to the emergency hospital. At the Hospital the doctor took great diligence in helping my Lola get better. Even though a torn cruciate takes a long time to heal, the fast action to help my dog was greatly appreciated. Thank you Dr. Short.

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Dr. Short at Elmhurst Animal Emergency Hospital is a great doctor, kind and compassionate. She took great care of my dog Lola. Lola jumped of the bed one morning and screamed in pain, I rushed her to the emergency hospital. At the Hospital the doctor took great diligence in helping my Lola get better. Even though a torn cruciate takes a long time to heal, the fast action to help my dog was greatly appreciated. Thank you Dr. Short.

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I've done some research on Elmhurst Animal Emergency Hospital:
1. They are opened 24 hours 7 days a week , including all holidays.
2. They always have at least one doctor at the hospital, no matter what time it is.
3. They do all diagnostics at the hospital, including: Full blood work, X-Rays, Ultrasound, Emergency Surgery's, etc.
4. The examination and the consultation with the doctor is 90 dollars.

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I've done some research on Elmhurst Animal Emergency Hospital:
1. They are opened 24 hours 7 days a week , including all holidays.
2. They always have at least one doctor at the hospital, no matter what time it is.
3. They do all diagnostics at the hospital, including: Full blood work, X-Rays, Ultrasound, Emergency Surgery's, etc.
4. The examination and the consultation with the doctor is 90 dollars.

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I brought my kitten there at 10pm because he was urinating foam and I was worried it could be something serious. The doctor was VERY nice and answered all the questions I had. He was very nice to my kitten and gave him all the tests he should have and send them to a lab for a second opinion. The assistant was a little annoying when she ran in with the price but it's really understandable. I've never had health insurance for myself my whole life and when I had to go to the ER in Elmhurst Hospital the doctors were awful and didn't help me with my pain, then I received a bill for $2,500 for 1hour in the ER. So paying $350 for 1 hour in an animal hospital for my kitten and having them take full tests then fax the results to my regular vet is completely reasonable.
I know how upset I would be if my pet was sick and I had no money to save him, but that's also how it is for people in this country. If you don't have the money, you don't get the treatment. Except they charge us the bills afterwards, not before.
My experience was good and I really liked the doctor, he was very helpful. The place also looked extremely clean to me.
It's calming to know that they are open 24 hours and I always have a place to bring my pets when they are sick.
I can totally understand the degree of anger and sadness of people who's pets were left to die because they didn't have the funds, and it really isn't fair. But I think that's how it would be in most animal hospitals and it's not fair to blame the doctors.
I would recommend this place because although it's pricey they took very good care of my kitten.

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I brought my kitten there at 10pm because he was urinating foam and I was worried it could be something serious. The doctor was VERY nice and answered all the questions I had. He was very nice to my kitten and gave him all the tests he should have and send them to a lab for a second opinion. The assistant was a little annoying when she ran in with the price but it's really understandable. I've never had health insurance for myself my whole life and when I had to go to the ER in Elmhurst Hospital the doctors were awful and didn't help me with my pain, then I received a bill for $2,500 for 1hour in the ER. So paying $350 for 1 hour in an animal hospital for my kitten and having them take full tests then fax the results to my regular vet is completely reasonable.
I know how upset I would be if my pet was sick and I had no money to save him, but that's also how it is for people in this country. If you don't have the money, you don't get the treatment. Except they charge us the bills afterwards, not before.
My experience was good and I really liked the doctor, he was very helpful. The place also looked extremely clean to me.
It's calming to know that they are open 24 hours and I always have a place to bring my pets when they are sick.
I can totally understand the degree of anger and sadness of people who's pets were left to die because they didn't have the funds, and it really isn't fair. But I think that's how it would be in most animal hospitals and it's not fair to blame the doctors.
I would recommend this place because although it's pricey they took very good care of my kitten.

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Uuummm no the reviews are not shameful they are ABSOLUTELY TRUE, this hospital only cares about the money!!! not only do they over charge but they WILL NOT TREAT YOUR PET if you do not have enough funds. I took my 3 month old pup there after he seemed dizzy, off balance, was tripping and falling, could not stand own his own etc.... I rushed him to Elmhurst Emergency hospital, I explained that it might have been a heart warm pill (interceptor) I just gave him for the 1st time, they agreed he was off but was not sure exactly what it was, for me to leave him over night to run blood work and to "monitor him" the famous assistant then comes in with a bill stating it will cost from $983 to $1183. We had to leave $983 in order to leave the dog, when I stated we did not have that kind of money, they said I would have to take the dog home then. I could not believe my ears... my dog could have been dying for all I know.. I then told them I only had $200 so they decided to give him IV with fluids and medicine for his nausea.. total $189 and sent us on our way.... still worried wondering and hoping this was enough to help our pup....when I got home I looked up the side effects of the heart worm pill and long and behold.... it list every symptom my dog was experiencing.... I mean seriously and their the vets!!!! I almost feel like they knew this and seen cases like this before and failed to mention it and instead of calming my fears, took this as an easy opportunity for some easy cash!!

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Uuummm no the reviews are not shameful they are ABSOLUTELY TRUE, this hospital only cares about the money!!! not only do they over charge but they WILL NOT TREAT YOUR PET if you do not have enough funds. I took my 3 month old pup there after he seemed dizzy, off balance, was tripping and falling, could not stand own his own etc.... I rushed him to Elmhurst Emergency hospital, I explained that it might have been a heart warm pill (interceptor) I just gave him for the 1st time, they agreed he was off but was not sure exactly what it was, for me to leave him over night to run blood work and to "monitor him" the famous assistant then comes in with a bill stating it will cost from $983 to $1183. We had to leave $983 in order to leave the dog, when I stated we did not have that kind of money, they said I would have to take the dog home then. I could not believe my ears... my dog could have been dying for all I know.. I then told them I only had $200 so they decided to give him IV with fluids and medicine for his nausea.. total $189 and sent us on our way.... still worried wondering and hoping this was enough to help our pup....when I got home I looked up the side effects of the heart worm pill and long and behold.... it list every symptom my dog was experiencing.... I mean seriously and their the vets!!!! I almost feel like they knew this and seen cases like this before and failed to mention it and instead of calming my fears, took this as an easy opportunity for some easy cash!!

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It's shameful to read some of the comments below, I have been to Elmhurst Animal Emergency Hospital on multiple occasions and I would rather go there then my regular veterinarian. You can walk in at anytime, they are opened 24 hours. The exam fee is only 20 dollars more than my regular vet and the staff, the staff is great. I have just one suggestion to all those pet owners that complain about the emergency hospital; owning a pet is a privilege and not a necessity, so please if you happen to take in a lovely animal into your home, ask yourself, "can I afford the proper care if my new member of the family gets sick" and if the answer is no, then there is a high probability that you should reconsider that cute dog or cat and settle on a goldfish (they require minimal effort). My cat was diagnosed with diabetes, which requires me and my Simon to follow up with the hospital for blood work tests, I am very thankful that the Doctors and Staff of Elmhurst Animal Emergency Hospital are there to help my family and I.

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It's shameful to read some of the comments below, I have been to Elmhurst Animal Emergency Hospital on multiple occasions and I would rather go there then my regular veterinarian. You can walk in at anytime, they are opened 24 hours. The exam fee is only 20 dollars more than my regular vet and the staff, the staff is great. I have just one suggestion to all those pet owners that complain about the emergency hospital; owning a pet is a privilege and not a necessity, so please if you happen to take in a lovely animal into your home, ask yourself, "can I afford the proper care if my new member of the family gets sick" and if the answer is no, then there is a high probability that you should reconsider that cute dog or cat and settle on a goldfish (they require minimal effort). My cat was diagnosed with diabetes, which requires me and my Simon to follow up with the hospital for blood work tests, I am very thankful that the Doctors and Staff of Elmhurst Animal Emergency Hospital are there to help my family and I.

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These people are scams: They asked me for a letter from the breeder stating that my kitten's parents were leukemia free, so they didn't have to test him OR TO GIVE HIM THAT SHOT.I specifically told them NOT to give a leukemia shot to my kitten and that I was going to get the letter. We brought the letter (they knew already that I did NOT want to give him the leukemia shot) and they did it anyway, without my consent. My kitten was agonizing after he came back home, he was in such pain that I couldn't even touch him because he started screaming. I DO NOT RECOMMEND this place to anybody.The right thing to do is to tell the owner of the animal what they are going to do. Some things are not necessary. In this case, why giving the poor baby a shot that is not recommended? He'll be inside all the time, he doesn't need that. Even if I decided to give him the shot, it could had been done another time, not the same day they gave him another shot.Beware of these people: they are not professionals, they only think about the money, they don't think about the animals: they think about their pockets and how to fill them out.SHAME ON THEM.

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These people are scams: They asked me for a letter from the breeder stating that my kitten's parents were leukemia free, so they didn't have to test him OR TO GIVE HIM THAT SHOT.I specifically told them NOT to give a leukemia shot to my kitten and that I was going to get the letter. We brought the letter (they knew already that I did NOT want to give him the leukemia shot) and they did it anyway, without my consent. My kitten was agonizing after he came back home, he was in such pain that I couldn't even touch him because he started screaming. I DO NOT RECOMMEND this place to anybody.The right thing to do is to tell the owner of the animal what they are going to do. Some things are not necessary. In this case, why giving the poor baby a shot that is not recommended? He'll be inside all the time, he doesn't need that. Even if I decided to give him the shot, it could had been done another time, not the same day they gave him another shot.Beware of these people: they are not professionals, they only think about the money, they don't think about the animals: they think about their pockets and how to fill them out.SHAME ON THEM.

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I'd rather let my 12 year old niece treat my dying animal then these people. They are absolutely disgusting. No care at all for the animals in their care. If anyone calls in an emergency their protocol is to say "I'm sorry, in order for us to fully be able to tell you what is wrong with your pet you HAVE to bring it in. It is imperative for you to do so if you'd like your animal to survive". You can call in a cough and this is what they'll say (only difference is, they don't have as good a vocabulary as you'd expect college graduates to have.)They do this so they can start charging you as soon as you walk in the door. it's disgusting. can you imagine a human hospital doing this? I don't think pets deserve that risk. What others have posted is true. This is a business, nothing more. If you can't prove that you have the money with you at that moment, they won't take your pet.This company [they have 2 other locations with the same agenda] definitely deserves NO stars. They take full and complete advantage of people at their most vulnerable time!!

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I'd rather let my 12 year old niece treat my dying animal then these people. They are absolutely disgusting. No care at all for the animals in their care. If anyone calls in an emergency their protocol is to say "I'm sorry, in order for us to fully be able to tell you what is wrong with your pet you HAVE to bring it in. It is imperative for you to do so if you'd like your animal to survive". You can call in a cough and this is what they'll say (only difference is, they don't have as good a vocabulary as you'd expect college graduates to have.)They do this so they can start charging you as soon as you walk in the door. it's disgusting. can you imagine a human hospital doing this? I don't think pets deserve that risk. What others have posted is true. This is a business, nothing more. If you can't prove that you have the money with you at that moment, they won't take your pet.This company [they have 2 other locations with the same agenda] definitely deserves NO stars. They take full and complete advantage of people at their most vulnerable time!!

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I rushed my eight year old pitbull to this hospital after being hit by a car. I honestly thought my dog was dead. As soon as I walked in the receptionist told me to go directly in a room. The doctor as well as his assistant ran into the room told me he went into cardiac arrest and immediately took my dog to the back and SAVED HIS LIFE!!! Once my dog was breathing on his own the doctor told me what he recommends. The receptionist then went over the estimate with me. Fees were reasonable taking into consideration it was 12:30 am and every veterinarian was closed. I would recommend this hospital to anyone with an emergency. Doctor's were great, staff was awesome.

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I rushed my eight year old pitbull to this hospital after being hit by a car. I honestly thought my dog was dead. As soon as I walked in the receptionist told me to go directly in a room. The doctor as well as his assistant ran into the room told me he went into cardiac arrest and immediately took my dog to the back and SAVED HIS LIFE!!! Once my dog was breathing on his own the doctor told me what he recommends. The receptionist then went over the estimate with me. Fees were reasonable taking into consideration it was 12:30 am and every veterinarian was closed. I would recommend this hospital to anyone with an emergency. Doctor's were great, staff was awesome.

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I woke up one morning and found my 9 year old shih-tzu on the floor not moving. I turned the lite on and realized she was still alive but could barely move her head. It was about 7am and my regular vet was closed. My wife and I took her to this place to try and save her but realizing that she didn't look good. After placing and IV and bringing her blood sugar back up the Vet suggested X-Rays and more blood work because he claimed he wasn't sure what was wrong with her. His Assistant then came to us with an estimate of about $2,000 and kept telling us how if we take her somewhere else they might not have the proper equipment. This amount was not including any surgery she might need and keep in mind she was basically gone when we took her there. So my wife and I decided to take her to our regular vet at this time. We arrived at our Vet and 15 minutes after arriving, without X- rays or blood work or keeping her there for 3 days or surgery, we where told that she had a serious uterus infection to the point where she was leaking when he pressed on her stomach. She had no symptoms before this morning so it was hard to know that. The day before she was running around but I guess the damage was done already. Our vet told us that he could charge us $1,500 for the surgery but she might not even make it threw the anesthesia. As hard as it was we knew what we had to do. It nice to see that there are some good vets out there that don't try to take advantage of you at your weakest moments. For this Vet to not know she had an infection when the poor dog was leaking is beyond me. To try to tell us that all these things needed to be done knowing very well that she was not going to make it is unbelievable. This "VET" and his "Assistant" should be ashamed.

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I woke up one morning and found my 9 year old shih-tzu on the floor not moving. I turned the lite on and realized she was still alive but could barely move her head. It was about 7am and my regular vet was closed. My wife and I took her to this place to try and save her but realizing that she didn't look good. After placing and IV and bringing her blood sugar back up the Vet suggested X-Rays and more blood work because he claimed he wasn't sure what was wrong with her. His Assistant then came to us with an estimate of about $2,000 and kept telling us how if we take her somewhere else they might not have the proper equipment. This amount was not including any surgery she might need and keep in mind she was basically gone when we took her there. So my wife and I decided to take her to our regular vet at this time. We arrived at our Vet and 15 minutes after arriving, without X- rays or blood work or keeping her there for 3 days or surgery, we where told that she had a serious uterus infection to the point where she was leaking when he pressed on her stomach. She had no symptoms before this morning so it was hard to know that. The day before she was running around but I guess the damage was done already. Our vet told us that he could charge us $1,500 for the surgery but she might not even make it threw the anesthesia. As hard as it was we knew what we had to do. It nice to see that there are some good vets out there that don't try to take advantage of you at your weakest moments. For this Vet to not know she had an infection when the poor dog was leaking is beyond me. To try to tell us that all these things needed to be done knowing very well that she was not going to make it is unbelievable. This "VET" and his "Assistant" should be ashamed.

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I rushed my cat to Elmhurst Animal Emergency on a Saturday morning after he had a terrible attack of breathing difficulty at home. I ran in hysterically because my kitty had stopped breathing in the cab a few minutes before we got there. The receptionist did not ask for payment or credit cards; she ran out, grabbed my cat out of his carrier, and rushed him in back. Unfortunately it was too late and they could not save him. They were very compassionate, brought him back out and left us alone for me to say goodbye, when I was ready explained the options for taking care of the remains, and charged a very reasonable fee. While I can't say it was a good experience under the circumstances, I found this clinic to be competent, fast, clean, and caring.

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I rushed my cat to Elmhurst Animal Emergency on a Saturday morning after he had a terrible attack of breathing difficulty at home. I ran in hysterically because my kitty had stopped breathing in the cab a few minutes before we got there. The receptionist did not ask for payment or credit cards; she ran out, grabbed my cat out of his carrier, and rushed him in back. Unfortunately it was too late and they could not save him. They were very compassionate, brought him back out and left us alone for me to say goodbye, when I was ready explained the options for taking care of the remains, and charged a very reasonable fee. While I can't say it was a good experience under the circumstances, I found this clinic to be competent, fast, clean, and caring.

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My pet was recently hit by a car. I rushed him to this hospital and it was horrible. The staff is not professional at all. The woman at the reception area was more concerned about getting my credit card information then taking my dog to the back to see a vet. I understand that they need to make sure that they receive payment for services rendered, but the dog was bleeding out of his nose and all she could ask was how are paying for this? Besides their lack of compassion the place was filthy.

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My pet was recently hit by a car. I rushed him to this hospital and it was horrible. The staff is not professional at all. The woman at the reception area was more concerned about getting my credit card information then taking my dog to the back to see a vet. I understand that they need to make sure that they receive payment for services rendered, but the dog was bleeding out of his nose and all she could ask was how are paying for this? Besides their lack of compassion the place was filthy.

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nice hospital, doctors were thorough , the blood work was done in the hospital, which was good...i would definitly go back if i needed to. its good that they are open 24 hours , 7 days a week just in case

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nice hospital, doctors were thorough , the blood work was done in the hospital, which was good...i would definitly go back if i needed to. its good that they are open 24 hours , 7 days a week just in case

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One saturday night I was walking my boxer Rocky who some how got out of his leash. He ran into the street and was struck by a car. He was lying on his side bleeding from his nose and mouth. I was hysterical. I did not know where to take him. I called my regular doctor and he left this emergency room telephone number and address. I rushed him there. I ran to ask for help. The technician and receptionist both ran out to help me. The vet on that night was fantastic he rushed rocky to the back and immediately gave him oxygen. They saved Rocky's life that night. Rocky and I still visit this hospital occasionally just to say hi to the vet and the staff who are all amazing. When I got home and sat in front of my computer to write this review and could not believe all of the harsh things that was said. As far as price is concerned they are emergency so there fee's are slightly higher but it's not as bad as some people made it seem. These people saved my dog's life. I am so happy to know that they are there when you need them. I would recommend them to anyone.

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One saturday night I was walking my boxer Rocky who some how got out of his leash. He ran into the street and was struck by a car. He was lying on his side bleeding from his nose and mouth. I was hysterical. I did not know where to take him. I called my regular doctor and he left this emergency room telephone number and address. I rushed him there. I ran to ask for help. The technician and receptionist both ran out to help me. The vet on that night was fantastic he rushed rocky to the back and immediately gave him oxygen. They saved Rocky's life that night. Rocky and I still visit this hospital occasionally just to say hi to the vet and the staff who are all amazing. When I got home and sat in front of my computer to write this review and could not believe all of the harsh things that was said. As far as price is concerned they are emergency so there fee's are slightly higher but it's not as bad as some people made it seem. These people saved my dog's life. I am so happy to know that they are there when you need them. I would recommend them to anyone.

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We adopted a 7 lb poodle last Wednesday, the day he was altered (I don't know where). Friday night, he developed complications and our vet was closed. Their phone message referred us here, and we had a wonderful experience. We have been looking for a vet for years and we are considering using Elmhurst as our primary vet, despite the wait for non-critical cases. It would be worth the 30 minute trip from home to have care that we trust, that is communicated clearly and completely from a staff that really cares about our dog and cat. Thank you Elmhurst Animal Emergency, you are professionals who care - a rare breed indeed. And the charges were reasonable - four vets in the last 6 years and we know what UNreasonalble charges are!

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We adopted a 7 lb poodle last Wednesday, the day he was altered (I don't know where). Friday night, he developed complications and our vet was closed. Their phone message referred us here, and we had a wonderful experience. We have been looking for a vet for years and we are considering using Elmhurst as our primary vet, despite the wait for non-critical cases. It would be worth the 30 minute trip from home to have care that we trust, that is communicated clearly and completely from a staff that really cares about our dog and cat. Thank you Elmhurst Animal Emergency, you are professionals who care - a rare breed indeed. And the charges were reasonable - four vets in the last 6 years and we know what UNreasonalble charges are!

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I am now a frequent visitor of Elmhurst Animal Emergency Hospital and if I would have followed the advice posted on this very same website I would have never found this wonderful place.
My husband and I rescue animals and two of our dogs who have the best timing for getting ill. They get ill around weekends and holidays, when almost all veterinarian clinics are closed. Carrie, the older one out of the two dogs is human aggressive and she suffers from chronic asthma, which only worsens in the summer. One day my husband accidently shut of the central air in the house as him and I were heading out for the day. When we returned in the evening, we found Carrie struggling to breathe, almost gasping for air. I quickly called our regular veterinarian, but with no surprise he did not answer. I logged online to find an emergency room for animals I quickly came across this website and found an emergency hospital 10 miles away, i could not help but to read the reviews, which made me very hesitant of going there, but we had no choice.
The place was a bit difficult to find, but as soon as we walked through the door we were greeted by a receptionist/ nurse. She quickly noticed Carries labored breathing and came around her desk to take a closer look at her. For What? Im not sure but she instructed us to head into one of the rooms, even thought there were people waiting ahead of us. She politely explained that the hospital operates just like a people emergency room, that curtain, more critical emergencies have priority over others. The technician came in and asked a few short questions, he dint handle the animal because she is aggressive, i usually put a muzzle on her when we go to the vet , but since she could not breathe the technician suggested for me not to do so. The Dr. came and introduced himself. I was shocked and amazed that the Dr.. reached for Carrie to do a physical exam and she didn't lunge for him. He examined her closely. After a few minutes he started explaining Carries condition to us. He was extremely polite and very knowledgeable, even thought he didn't look over 40. He was very detailed in his explanation even though he was a little hard to understand do to his accent. He made sure to make himself very clear about the main points. When the Dr. left the room, the same nurse that greeted us came in to present us with the estimate. It was a a bit on the expensive side, but my husband and I were expecting it, since it was EMERGENCY animal hospital. We had to leave a deposit before any procedures could be given , even though the Dr. put her on Oxygen even before I signed the estimate.
The nurse went over all the paperwork with us and she was very polite and precise even though one of the women in the waiting room was giving her a hard time. The woman was upset that she let my animal go ahead of hers. Instead of getting upset witch I was getting ready to do , the nurse politely explained to the woman, the same way she explained to me, that the hospital operates the same way an emergency room for people operates,curtain cases have priority over others. The woman obviously did not get it because she continued ranting and raving. She is probably the one that wrote the review below mine.
Long story short, i have been to Elmhurst Animal Emergency Hospital several times, approximately 5 times, and I do not have even one complaint to share, well maybe just a little complaint about the wait, but than I guess it would not be an emergency hospital if they scheduled appointments, with set times.

I AM VERY GLAD I DIDNT LISTEN TO THE BAD REVIEWS, they were wrong.
I would like to thank the staff at Elmhurst Animal Emergency Hospital for saving my animals life's on more than one occasion.

Sincerely Irina

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I am now a frequent visitor of Elmhurst Animal Emergency Hospital and if I would have followed the advice posted on this very same website I would have never found this wonderful place.
My husband and I rescue animals and two of our dogs who have the best timing for getting ill. They get ill around weekends and holidays, when almost all veterinarian clinics are closed. Carrie, the older one out of the two dogs is human aggressive and she suffers from chronic asthma, which only worsens in the summer. One day my husband accidently shut of the central air in the house as him and I were heading out for the day. When we returned in the evening, we found Carrie struggling to breathe, almost gasping for air. I quickly called our regular veterinarian, but with no surprise he did not answer. I logged online to find an emergency room for animals I quickly came across this website and found an emergency hospital 10 miles away, i could not help but to read the reviews, which made me very hesitant of going there, but we had no choice.
The place was a bit difficult to find, but as soon as we walked through the door we were greeted by a receptionist/ nurse. She quickly noticed Carries labored breathing and came around her desk to take a closer look at her. For What? Im not sure but she instructed us to head into one of the rooms, even thought there were people waiting ahead of us. She politely explained that the hospital operates just like a people emergency room, that curtain, more critical emergencies have priority over others. The technician came in and asked a few short questions, he dint handle the animal because she is aggressive, i usually put a muzzle on her when we go to the vet , but since she could not breathe the technician suggested for me not to do so. The Dr. came and introduced himself. I was shocked and amazed that the Dr.. reached for Carrie to do a physical exam and she didn't lunge for him. He examined her closely. After a few minutes he started explaining Carries condition to us. He was extremely polite and very knowledgeable, even thought he didn't look over 40. He was very detailed in his explanation even though he was a little hard to understand do to his accent. He made sure to make himself very clear about the main points. When the Dr. left the room, the same nurse that greeted us came in to present us with the estimate. It was a a bit on the expensive side, but my husband and I were expecting it, since it was EMERGENCY animal hospital. We had to leave a deposit before any procedures could be given , even though the Dr. put her on Oxygen even before I signed the estimate.
The nurse went over all the paperwork with us and she was very polite and precise even though one of the women in the waiting room was giving her a hard time. The woman was upset that she let my animal go ahead of hers. Instead of getting upset witch I was getting ready to do , the nurse politely explained to the woman, the same way she explained to me, that the hospital operates the same way an emergency room for people operates,curtain cases have priority over others. The woman obviously did not get it because she continued ranting and raving. She is probably the one that wrote the review below mine.
Long story short, i have been to Elmhurst Animal Emergency Hospital several times, approximately 5 times, and I do not have even one complaint to share, well maybe just a little complaint about the wait, but than I guess it would not be an emergency hospital if they scheduled appointments, with set times.

I AM VERY GLAD I DIDNT LISTEN TO THE BAD REVIEWS, they were wrong.
I would like to thank the staff at Elmhurst Animal Emergency Hospital for saving my animals life's on more than one occasion.

Sincerely Irina

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This is the single most loathsome animal clinic in the world. The staff look like morons wright out of a Rob Zombie movie, and the so called Doctor...wow, a real horroro show. The wait was like two hours, and there was only one dog before me. The staff including the Doctor were more worried on ordering their food than attending their patients. When i finally got in, the Doctor couldn't figure out what was wrong with my pet, unfortunatley misdiagonsing him. My pet continued with same symptoms, took him somewhere else and they told me that they had heard tons of horror stories from this joint. If you care about your pet, please avoid this hellhole

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This is the single most loathsome animal clinic in the world. The staff look like morons wright out of a Rob Zombie movie, and the so called Doctor...wow, a real horroro show. The wait was like two hours, and there was only one dog before me. The staff including the Doctor were more worried on ordering their food than attending their patients. When i finally got in, the Doctor couldn't figure out what was wrong with my pet, unfortunatley misdiagonsing him. My pet continued with same symptoms, took him somewhere else and they told me that they had heard tons of horror stories from this joint. If you care about your pet, please avoid this hellhole

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I DO NOT RECOMMEND ELMHURST ANIMAL EMERGENCY!!! Not only was this hospital very expensive, but the staff did little if not nothing to save our lovely bird Peggy. We had Peggy for six years. . . .During the last couple of days she stopped eating and seemed very weak. We brought her to Elmhurst Animal Emergency on Sunday, Mother's Day, because all other vet's were closed. The doctor told us to leave Peggy there for one day to have her in IV and under antibiotics. The doctor made it seem as if Peggy would be able to survive hospitalized. Three hours later we called in regards to Peggy's health. The doctor told us that Peggy was weak and in fact worse. He said he would call us to update us about Peggy's health. He still could not tell us exactly what was wrong with Peggy. We decided not to wait any longer if she was already worse and pick her up. When we got to the hospital, they asked us to wait a couple of minutes because the doctor was busy with another animal. Ten minutes later, the doctor comes out and told us Peggy died five minutes ago!!! They didn't let us see her during her last minutes! It seemed as if the doctor did nothing to save her. He said he couldn't do much but nobody called to tell us about Peggy's death. If he knew Peggy was not going to make it, he should of told us ahead of time for she could spend her last day with her family! If seemed as if the doctor did very little and did not care to save Peggy. Please be careful about bringing your pets to Elmhurst Animal Emergency!!!! This place is very expensive and did very little to save our beautiful and talented Peggy.

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I DO NOT RECOMMEND ELMHURST ANIMAL EMERGENCY!!! Not only was this hospital very expensive, but the staff did little if not nothing to save our lovely bird Peggy. We had Peggy for six years. . . .During the last couple of days she stopped eating and seemed very weak. We brought her to Elmhurst Animal Emergency on Sunday, Mother's Day, because all other vet's were closed. The doctor told us to leave Peggy there for one day to have her in IV and under antibiotics. The doctor made it seem as if Peggy would be able to survive hospitalized. Three hours later we called in regards to Peggy's health. The doctor told us that Peggy was weak and in fact worse. He said he would call us to update us about Peggy's health. He still could not tell us exactly what was wrong with Peggy. We decided not to wait any longer if she was already worse and pick her up. When we got to the hospital, they asked us to wait a couple of minutes because the doctor was busy with another animal. Ten minutes later, the doctor comes out and told us Peggy died five minutes ago!!! They didn't let us see her during her last minutes! It seemed as if the doctor did nothing to save her. He said he couldn't do much but nobody called to tell us about Peggy's death. If he knew Peggy was not going to make it, he should of told us ahead of time for she could spend her last day with her family! If seemed as if the doctor did very little and did not care to save Peggy. Please be careful about bringing your pets to Elmhurst Animal Emergency!!!! This place is very expensive and did very little to save our beautiful and talented Peggy.

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A week ago Sunday my dog was hit by a car and he got his hind led lacerated where bone and tendon were exposed. We went to Elmhurst animal hospital which was one of the only hospitals open at that time in my area. The hospital would not admit him until we paid them and when we could only come up with $500 on a Sunday evening told us they could only clean and bandage the wound until we came up with the rest of the balance. The entire bill was est. $1700.00 and they charged me $430.00 that night to clean the wound and wrap it up they also gave him pain meds to get him through the night. They told me that he needed surgery and that I should get the rest of the $1300+ money together because the chances of infection were high. The very next day I got $1000 together and decided to take him to his regular vet, when I called them to have the chart sent over they decided to lower the surgery to $1000 and scheduled him for surgery that same day. I went ahead with the surgery because i had been advised to keep him there and not move him to much. My dog came home 2 hours after his surgery with a bandage on his leg and paw, they told me to have the bandages changed every 2-3 days to keep it clean. 2 days later I call them to bring the dog in but when I got there they told me that the doctor that did the surgery was not there so his bandages could not be changed unless I wanted to pay $220 dollars to have the other doctor re-examine him, I decided to go somewhere else. The 2nd vet (astoria animal hospiatal) was shocked when he open the dogs bandages, he told me that not only was the bone/tendons still exposed no sutures had been done at all! he said they had done absolutely nothing, when we saw the leg it looked exactly the same as it had when we brought him to Elmhurst and there was no sign of stitches at all. Also the medication that he had been given was a new test drug and the dog had been over prescribed medication, the doctor said even if he had been in pain he wouldn't even had been able to alert us because of all the meds and because it had been covered w/o surgery my dogs leg had begun to rot. The vet said that if he had gotten the dog the day of the accident he would have taken a piece of skin from the dogs tummy to put on his paw because his bone was completely expose and there wasn't enough skin but since too much time had elapse (4 days from the fake surgery) he no longer had that option and that he would try to stitch him up as best as possible. The doctor has now perform 2 surgeries on his paw at two different times since last Friday but it doesn't look like it is going to heal, there just isn't enough skin so now I have two options, amputate his leg or put him down. The amputation is very expensive 5-6000 and we can't afford it plus they tell us it is risky because my dog is 100lbs and most likely will not be able to carry his own weight with 3 legs. The only other option might be neurology or something but totally out of our means. I had to pay again to have the surgery redone because it was not done properly in the first place. My dog had a chance if he had been given the proper attention that night and had been administered the proper surgery now he's fighting for his life...I would not like this to happen to anyone else!!

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A week ago Sunday my dog was hit by a car and he got his hind led lacerated where bone and tendon were exposed. We went to Elmhurst animal hospital which was one of the only hospitals open at that time in my area. The hospital would not admit him until we paid them and when we could only come up with $500 on a Sunday evening told us they could only clean and bandage the wound until we came up with the rest of the balance. The entire bill was est. $1700.00 and they charged me $430.00 that night to clean the wound and wrap it up they also gave him pain meds to get him through the night. They told me that he needed surgery and that I should get the rest of the $1300+ money together because the chances of infection were high. The very next day I got $1000 together and decided to take him to his regular vet, when I called them to have the chart sent over they decided to lower the surgery to $1000 and scheduled him for surgery that same day. I went ahead with the surgery because i had been advised to keep him there and not move him to much. My dog came home 2 hours after his surgery with a bandage on his leg and paw, they told me to have the bandages changed every 2-3 days to keep it clean. 2 days later I call them to bring the dog in but when I got there they told me that the doctor that did the surgery was not there so his bandages could not be changed unless I wanted to pay $220 dollars to have the other doctor re-examine him, I decided to go somewhere else. The 2nd vet (astoria animal hospiatal) was shocked when he open the dogs bandages, he told me that not only was the bone/tendons still exposed no sutures had been done at all! he said they had done absolutely nothing, when we saw the leg it looked exactly the same as it had when we brought him to Elmhurst and there was no sign of stitches at all. Also the medication that he had been given was a new test drug and the dog had been over prescribed medication, the doctor said even if he had been in pain he wouldn't even had been able to alert us because of all the meds and because it had been covered w/o surgery my dogs leg had begun to rot. The vet said that if he had gotten the dog the day of the accident he would have taken a piece of skin from the dogs tummy to put on his paw because his bone was completely expose and there wasn't enough skin but since too much time had elapse (4 days from the fake surgery) he no longer had that option and that he would try to stitch him up as best as possible. The doctor has now perform 2 surgeries on his paw at two different times since last Friday but it doesn't look like it is going to heal, there just isn't enough skin so now I have two options, amputate his leg or put him down. The amputation is very expensive 5-6000 and we can't afford it plus they tell us it is risky because my dog is 100lbs and most likely will not be able to carry his own weight with 3 legs. The only other option might be neurology or something but totally out of our means. I had to pay again to have the surgery redone because it was not done properly in the first place. My dog had a chance if he had been given the proper attention that night and had been administered the proper surgery now he's fighting for his life...I would not like this to happen to anyone else!!

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i took my pet to the elmhurst animal emergency hospital on a saturday night because my dog was very sick with vomitting and my regular vet was closed. i was very happy with the care they provided. the doctor was very friendly, as well as the other employees. i would definitely recommend this hospital . its good to know they are there.

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i took my pet to the elmhurst animal emergency hospital on a saturday night because my dog was very sick with vomitting and my regular vet was closed. i was very happy with the care they provided. the doctor was very friendly, as well as the other employees. i would definitely recommend this hospital . its good to know they are there.

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My 2 yr old maltese woke me up in the middle of the night whining and looked as if he were in terrible pain. He was laying on his side and could not move. I was frantic and did not know what to do. I found this animal emergency hospital in queens. I rushed him in. The vet took me in immediately and started working on my sparky. The veterinarian saved his life. My dog was almost dead when I arrived. The staff was very compassionate. The price was reasonable. I cant thank them enough for saving my sparky's life. I would recommend them to anyone with an emergency.

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My 2 yr old maltese woke me up in the middle of the night whining and looked as if he were in terrible pain. He was laying on his side and could not move. I was frantic and did not know what to do. I found this animal emergency hospital in queens. I rushed him in. The vet took me in immediately and started working on my sparky. The veterinarian saved his life. My dog was almost dead when I arrived. The staff was very compassionate. The price was reasonable. I cant thank them enough for saving my sparky's life. I would recommend them to anyone with an emergency.

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Just think about this..if the emergency room for us sucks especially the ne for Elmhurst hospital; with unsanitary conditions, questionable odors, rude nurses, the ocassional drunks, and the long long waiting hours, I can just imagine what the pet mergency room is like.

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Just think about this..if the emergency room for us sucks especially the ne for Elmhurst hospital; with unsanitary conditions, questionable odors, rude nurses, the ocassional drunks, and the long long waiting hours, I can just imagine what the pet mergency room is like.

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I brought my dog in early one morning (6 am) with laryngitis, which I thought was something worse (he didn't bark for 3+ days). They charged me a very reasonable fee and didn't do anything unnecessary to treat my dog and overcharge me. I'm so glad they're there in case of an emergency!

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I brought my dog in early one morning (6 am) with laryngitis, which I thought was something worse (he didn't bark for 3+ days). They charged me a very reasonable fee and didn't do anything unnecessary to treat my dog and overcharge me. I'm so glad they're there in case of an emergency!

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On Wednesday evening my puppy took a a bad fall and it looked like she fractured her front left paw. She was in so much pain, frantically my fiance & I drove from Rockaway Beach to Queens BLVD after speaking with a receptionist from Elmhurst Animal Hospital. BIGGEST MISTAKE we could have made!!!!! You would think that people in this line of work with poor, hurt, sick animals would be more compasstionate- well I was wrong. This is the type of business that fully takes advantage of the tears and nervousness of pet owners who see the hurt and pain in their pets eyes- this night it was my fiance & I & my mother-in-law- whom would do anything for this puppy! There was NO rush for them to see Shea (my pup's name), I brought her into the room and the "nurse" weighed her and took her temperature, mind you I put her on the scale/table- she looked at Shea's paw and said it was swollen. I am not professional but it was quite obvious to all of us that yes something was wrong or we wouldn't be here. The doctor came in, he did not look like a doctor his appearance was horrific- granted it was almost 1:00 AM- still look presentable you have a MEDICAL degree- or do you? He told me "Put her on the floor...", of course I did, he looked at her paw and said "Yes, it is broken!" Well by gosh we have a winner- OF COURSE IT WAS SOMETHING TO THAT EXTENT!!! Mind you the doctor did not touch my puppy once, not to check her breathing, did not touch her paw NOTHING!! I actually assisted her and placed her on the floor- he then came back into the examination room and said, we will need to keep her for a few hours you can come at 7:15 to pick her up we close at 7:30. I am sorry I thought the sign said 24 hrs! But then he said well if I call you at 2:00 AM- 3:00 she may be ready then. Something was strange and I was not leaving my Shea there with these people. He then came in with the breakdown of the bill which gave an estimate of $826-$926- we would have to leave a deposit of $826 this was for an IV, keeping her there, pain meds and the list went on. I looked at him like "do you think you are looking at 3 idiots"? NO WAY! He gave Shea a few shots- but before that we asked how much it would come to - he responded total: $94. Okay so at least she was not going to be in pain while we went home and waited to see her Vet in Howard Beach @ 10:00 AM. Then we go to pay and the assistant said "that will be $164.00!"- The doctor just gave us a price- she said "no the examination was $94 alone"- THE DOCTOR as I stated above did NOT touch my puppy at all. So what was the $94 for? P.S. we left and guess what this is not the end of hearing from me- we went to the VET in Howard Beach, NY- our total for x-rays, cast, blood work & medication was: $280 $'s. I am furious and disgusted and I will be heard one way or another. I am sorry this is so long but the people should know, DO NOT GO THERE. It is a waste of time & money!!!!!

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On Wednesday evening my puppy took a a bad fall and it looked like she fractured her front left paw. She was in so much pain, frantically my fiance & I drove from Rockaway Beach to Queens BLVD after speaking with a receptionist from Elmhurst Animal Hospital. BIGGEST MISTAKE we could have made!!!!! You would think that people in this line of work with poor, hurt, sick animals would be more compasstionate- well I was wrong. This is the type of business that fully takes advantage of the tears and nervousness of pet owners who see the hurt and pain in their pets eyes- this night it was my fiance & I & my mother-in-law- whom would do anything for this puppy! There was NO rush for them to see Shea (my pup's name), I brought her into the room and the "nurse" weighed her and took her temperature, mind you I put her on the scale/table- she looked at Shea's paw and said it was swollen. I am not professional but it was quite obvious to all of us that yes something was wrong or we wouldn't be here. The doctor came in, he did not look like a doctor his appearance was horrific- granted it was almost 1:00 AM- still look presentable you have a MEDICAL degree- or do you? He told me "Put her on the floor...", of course I did, he looked at her paw and said "Yes, it is broken!" Well by gosh we have a winner- OF COURSE IT WAS SOMETHING TO THAT EXTENT!!! Mind you the doctor did not touch my puppy once, not to check her breathing, did not touch her paw NOTHING!! I actually assisted her and placed her on the floor- he then came back into the examination room and said, we will need to keep her for a few hours you can come at 7:15 to pick her up we close at 7:30. I am sorry I thought the sign said 24 hrs! But then he said well if I call you at 2:00 AM- 3:00 she may be ready then. Something was strange and I was not leaving my Shea there with these people. He then came in with the breakdown of the bill which gave an estimate of $826-$926- we would have to leave a deposit of $826 this was for an IV, keeping her there, pain meds and the list went on. I looked at him like "do you think you are looking at 3 idiots"? NO WAY! He gave Shea a few shots- but before that we asked how much it would come to - he responded total: $94. Okay so at least she was not going to be in pain while we went home and waited to see her Vet in Howard Beach @ 10:00 AM. Then we go to pay and the assistant said "that will be $164.00!"- The doctor just gave us a price- she said "no the examination was $94 alone"- THE DOCTOR as I stated above did NOT touch my puppy at all. So what was the $94 for? P.S. we left and guess what this is not the end of hearing from me- we went to the VET in Howard Beach, NY- our total for x-rays, cast, blood work & medication was: $280 $'s. I am furious and disgusted and I will be heard one way or another. I am sorry this is so long but the people should know, DO NOT GO THERE. It is a waste of time & money!!!!!

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I was visiting my family when my dog became ill. I brought my dog to the clinic the same day I received news that my sister?s dog had died. I described my dog?s symptoms AND I explained my sister?s dogs symptoms (i.e., continuous vomiting, bloody vomit, diarrhea, blood in the feces, lethargy). I expressed my concern that my dog could have the same infection. I was reassured she didn?t ? based on her age and the fact that she was up to date on her vaccines.

As soon as we returned to our home state, I contacted my vet & my dog tested positive for Parvo.

I am angry and frustrated that my dog was not properly diagnosed and is currently fighting for her life.

If you take your animal to this clinic, be sure to obtain a second opinion! If not, it could cost your animal it?s life.

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I was visiting my family when my dog became ill. I brought my dog to the clinic the same day I received news that my sister?s dog had died. I described my dog?s symptoms AND I explained my sister?s dogs symptoms (i.e., continuous vomiting, bloody vomit, diarrhea, blood in the feces, lethargy). I expressed my concern that my dog could have the same infection. I was reassured she didn?t ? based on her age and the fact that she was up to date on her vaccines.

As soon as we returned to our home state, I contacted my vet & my dog tested positive for Parvo.

I am angry and frustrated that my dog was not properly diagnosed and is currently fighting for her life.

If you take your animal to this clinic, be sure to obtain a second opinion! If not, it could cost your animal it?s life.

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I highly recommed this animal hospital. I am also glad that finally there is an animal hospital close to me. Animals need the special care and attention and these people give it to them. No long waits and friendly staff members. My dog is treated very well here.

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I highly recommed this animal hospital. I am also glad that finally there is an animal hospital close to me. Animals need the special care and attention and these people give it to them. No long waits and friendly staff members. My dog is treated very well here.

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