Weaver Animal Hospital

★★★★★
  • 399 W Boundary St

    Perrysburg, OH 43551

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  • 419-874-3148

About Weaver Animal Hospital

Hours
Monday-Sunday Days ; Monday-Sunday Evening

Pets & Animals

Pets & Animals
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im sure ill get flack for this since my name is up here and they will know who reviewed. but i just payed threw the nose for a dead pet who this vet didn't even try to help me with. i got a bottle of shampoo and the phrase "ill figure it

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im sure ill get flack for this since my name is up here and they will know who reviewed. but i just payed threw the nose for a dead pet who this vet didn't even try to help me with. i got a bottle of shampoo and the phrase "ill figure it

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I would NEVER return here unless there were NO other option. The vet came in with blood under his thumb fingernail. The shots were NOT uncapped in the room, but came in already exposed. There is NO SINK in the rooms. The entire place was

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I would NEVER return here unless there were NO other option. The vet came in with blood under his thumb fingernail. The shots were NOT uncapped in the room, but came in already exposed. There is NO SINK in the rooms. The entire place was

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This office was absolutely disgusting. There were bugs crawling everywhere! The staff WAS NOT gentle with our brand new puppy. After we told the Dr. that we were only taking our dog in once for a quick check-up because we already had a regular vet, he completely disregarded our puppy and wanted nothing to do with him.

He also took him out of our arms and gave him a shot without distracting him or anything. NEVER take my dog without asking me. He was completely unprofessional and the office was SO dirty. They spent the whole time just trying to sell us anything that they could.

DO NOT take your animal here.

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This office was absolutely disgusting. There were bugs crawling everywhere! The staff WAS NOT gentle with our brand new puppy. After we told the Dr. that we were only taking our dog in once for a quick check-up because we already had a regular vet, he completely disregarded our puppy and wanted nothing to do with him.

He also took him out of our arms and gave him a shot without distracting him or anything. NEVER take my dog without asking me. He was completely unprofessional and the office was SO dirty. They spent the whole time just trying to sell us anything that they could.

DO NOT take your animal here.

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We've had the opportunity to visit several vets in the Toledo area, but none of them hold a candle to the Dr. and staff at Weaver. They are truly extraordinary! \r\n\r\nWhen we discovered an extremely ill, emaciated feral kitten with an open wound infested with maggots in our yard, we rushed it to Weaver -- having never been there before. The caring, professional staff quickly performed a triage and diagnosis on the kitten and began his rigorous treatment. Infested with a warble, maggots, fleas, roundworms and whipworms, suffering from dehydration and a respiratory infection, he was, according to Dr. Knepper a few days later, as close as he could come to dying. We have never witnessed a group of people more dedicated to the health of a pet. \r\n\r\nTwo days later we picked up a much improved kitten (we named him Champ) and a bagful of medication along with careful instructions on how to continue his care. Although Champ is still on the road to recovery, we have little doubt that without Dr. Knepper and his amazing staff at Weaver's, our little Champ would have perished within hours of being found. \r\n\r\nThanks to everyone at Weaver's for caring so much and giving 120% to make our kitten well! Thanks too, for making Champ's care so affordable!!

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We've had the opportunity to visit several vets in the Toledo area, but none of them hold a candle to the Dr. and staff at Weaver. They are truly extraordinary! \r\n\r\nWhen we discovered an extremely ill, emaciated feral kitten with an open wound infested with maggots in our yard, we rushed it to Weaver -- having never been there before. The caring, professional staff quickly performed a triage and diagnosis on the kitten and began his rigorous treatment. Infested with a warble, maggots, fleas, roundworms and whipworms, suffering from dehydration and a respiratory infection, he was, according to Dr. Knepper a few days later, as close as he could come to dying. We have never witnessed a group of people more dedicated to the health of a pet. \r\n\r\nTwo days later we picked up a much improved kitten (we named him Champ) and a bagful of medication along with careful instructions on how to continue his care. Although Champ is still on the road to recovery, we have little doubt that without Dr. Knepper and his amazing staff at Weaver's, our little Champ would have perished within hours of being found. \r\n\r\nThanks to everyone at Weaver's for caring so much and giving 120% to make our kitten well! Thanks too, for making Champ's care so affordable!!

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We've had the opportunity to visit several vets in the Toledo area, but none of them hold a candle to the Dr. and staff at Weaver. They are truly extraordinary!

When we discovered an extremely ill, emaciated feral kitten with an open wound infested with maggots in our yard, we rushed it to Weaver --having never been there before. The caring, professional staff quickly performed a triage and diagnosis on the kitten and began his rigorous treatment. Infested with a warble, maggots, fleas, roundworms and whipworms, suffering from dehydration and a respiratory infection, he was, according to Dr. Knepper a few days later, as close as he could come to dying. We have never witnessed a group of people more dedicated to the health of a pet.

Two days later we picked up a much improved kitten (we named him Champ) and a bagful of medication along with careful instructions on how to continue his care. Although Champ is still on the road to recovery, we have little doubt that without Dr. Knepper and his amazing staff at Weaver's, our little Champ would have perished within hours of being found.

Thanks to everyone at Weaver for caring so much and giving 120% to make our kitten well! Thanks too, for making Champ's care so affordable!!

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★★★★★

We've had the opportunity to visit several vets in the Toledo area, but none of them hold a candle to the Dr. and staff at Weaver. They are truly extraordinary!

When we discovered an extremely ill, emaciated feral kitten with an open wound infested with maggots in our yard, we rushed it to Weaver --having never been there before. The caring, professional staff quickly performed a triage and diagnosis on the kitten and began his rigorous treatment. Infested with a warble, maggots, fleas, roundworms and whipworms, suffering from dehydration and a respiratory infection, he was, according to Dr. Knepper a few days later, as close as he could come to dying. We have never witnessed a group of people more dedicated to the health of a pet.

Two days later we picked up a much improved kitten (we named him Champ) and a bagful of medication along with careful instructions on how to continue his care. Although Champ is still on the road to recovery, we have little doubt that without Dr. Knepper and his amazing staff at Weaver's, our little Champ would have perished within hours of being found.

Thanks to everyone at Weaver for caring so much and giving 120% to make our kitten well! Thanks too, for making Champ's care so affordable!!

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