Green Country Veterinary

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  • 12126 S Yukon Ave

    Glenpool, OK 74033

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  • 918-298-4085

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This hospital and its staff is so caring and truly loves their patients! I was very impressed with their new hospital and location! I will be returning!

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This hospital and its staff is so caring and truly loves their patients! I was very impressed with their new hospital and location! I will be returning!

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I have been extremely happy with Dr. Tressler and her current staff. They are very friendly, knowledgable and treat animals very well. I would and do recommend this clinic to everyone who loves their animals!

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I have been extremely happy with Dr. Tressler and her current staff. They are very friendly, knowledgable and treat animals very well. I would and do recommend this clinic to everyone who loves their animals!

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In my experience Dr. Patton is a wonderful Veterinarian and person. I have never had any problems with anything she has done. I will never go back to Green Country Veterinary Hospital now that she is no longer there. I have seen the way the owner treats her staff and do not trust the care of my pets to her.

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In my experience Dr. Patton is a wonderful Veterinarian and person. I have never had any problems with anything she has done. I will never go back to Green Country Veterinary Hospital now that she is no longer there. I have seen the way the owner treats her staff and do not trust the care of my pets to her.

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I wanted to add to this bulldog breeding post, just to say that I just got off the phone with the receptionist and as of recently Dr. Patton had some problems at work and is no longer employed at this facility. The lady was very kind, told me about thier practices, the new doctor, and that you are always allowed to be with your animal. I have not been to the office yet, but so far so good. The idea of taking my animal to a doctor that discriminates against certain breeds upset me, but when i found out she is no longer employed I was much more comfortable.

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I wanted to add to this bulldog breeding post, just to say that I just got off the phone with the receptionist and as of recently Dr. Patton had some problems at work and is no longer employed at this facility. The lady was very kind, told me about thier practices, the new doctor, and that you are always allowed to be with your animal. I have not been to the office yet, but so far so good. The idea of taking my animal to a doctor that discriminates against certain breeds upset me, but when i found out she is no longer employed I was much more comfortable.

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First of all I just want to say that Dr. Patton was VERY VERY RUDE, and I was told by my mom's neighbor not to use her in the first place, she said they do alot of unnecessary surgeries, which is really sad. However, I am located in Dallas Texas, and my family live in the Sapulpa area. I went to Tulsa to breed my English Bulldog. I already had a vet to use in Owasso(Dr. Spriggs)who by the way is just a fabulous vet, and I will be driving 5 hours to see him when I am possibly able to! Anyhow, I took my dog in for a progesterone test, which is a simple blood test, and the nurse said Dr. Patton must do an exam because they had never seen my dog before, and I replied "Yes you have", so she went and asked Dr. Patton what she wanted to do about the exam fee, and she came back and said that in order to see my dog that they must do an exam, and I said "ok that's fine" and during the exam, she told me that my dog had terrible dermatitis and entropion. Well, what she did not know was that my dog had saw an eye specialist here in Dallas for a diffrent reason a few months back. While she was under for a scratched eye, he checked her for entropion and when he called me-he informed me that she did not have entropion. I told Dr. Patton that I was really upset because the eye specialist that my dog had seen, told me that her eyes were clear of entropion, and she said "UH UH WELL, I think she has it anyway", and I said well, she was in here 6-8 months ago the first time that she had been bred and you said she was not pregnant then, but you never mentioned anything about her having either one of these conditions, and her response was "Well, we did the ultrasound to be nice". I was in total shock at what this crazy lady was saying, and so I said, "Im sorry, but this is really upsetting me what you are saying", and her response to me was "You have the option to walk out of my office then". So, I took my dog, and she charged me $50.00 for being in the room with me for less than 3 min, and by the way she never gave me any advice or medicine for my dog's so called dermatitis or entropion issues. I then took her to Dr. Sprigg's in Owasso, and he informed me that her eyes were clear of any entropion and said she didn't have dermitis either, and he went ahead with the progesterone test, and we found out that the next day she was ready to breed. If I would have waited another day, I would have missed the breeding. I then called and asked for Dr. Tressler to call me back, who my mom said she thought was the owner, and we never got a call back. Then about 2 weeks later they called and asked how my dog was doing, and I started laughing because Dr. patton didn't even do anything except misdiagnose my dog. This vet hates bulldogs, and she made it known to my mom when my mom made a statement to Dr. Patton telling her that I bred bulldogs. I have not even had a litter yet, and this lady had her image of me before she even met me. I would never go to this vet again, and not to mention that Dr. Patton also lost my mom's 5 little dogs. I sure hope she thinks it was worth it to tell me her opinion on my dog's ability to be bred or not, when I never asked her for her opinion in the first place. My English Bulldog had already under gone several health tests-I know my dog is clear of anything. I was simply there for a blood test, and this crazy lady couldn't just do a simple blood test. I would not trust ever with my animals. I think she just didn't want me to breed my dog because she was an English Bulldog, but that's ok. I bred my dog anyway. Dr. Tressler seems very nice though. We saw her the day before I took my bulldog in for a blood test. My mom was very shocked to say the least at how I was treated by Dr. Patton, because that's who she usually used, but not anymore. Dr. Sprigg's got her business!!!

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First of all I just want to say that Dr. Patton was VERY VERY RUDE, and I was told by my mom's neighbor not to use her in the first place, she said they do alot of unnecessary surgeries, which is really sad. However, I am located in Dallas Texas, and my family live in the Sapulpa area. I went to Tulsa to breed my English Bulldog. I already had a vet to use in Owasso(Dr. Spriggs)who by the way is just a fabulous vet, and I will be driving 5 hours to see him when I am possibly able to! Anyhow, I took my dog in for a progesterone test, which is a simple blood test, and the nurse said Dr. Patton must do an exam because they had never seen my dog before, and I replied "Yes you have", so she went and asked Dr. Patton what she wanted to do about the exam fee, and she came back and said that in order to see my dog that they must do an exam, and I said "ok that's fine" and during the exam, she told me that my dog had terrible dermatitis and entropion. Well, what she did not know was that my dog had saw an eye specialist here in Dallas for a diffrent reason a few months back. While she was under for a scratched eye, he checked her for entropion and when he called me-he informed me that she did not have entropion. I told Dr. Patton that I was really upset because the eye specialist that my dog had seen, told me that her eyes were clear of entropion, and she said "UH UH WELL, I think she has it anyway", and I said well, she was in here 6-8 months ago the first time that she had been bred and you said she was not pregnant then, but you never mentioned anything about her having either one of these conditions, and her response was "Well, we did the ultrasound to be nice". I was in total shock at what this crazy lady was saying, and so I said, "Im sorry, but this is really upsetting me what you are saying", and her response to me was "You have the option to walk out of my office then". So, I took my dog, and she charged me $50.00 for being in the room with me for less than 3 min, and by the way she never gave me any advice or medicine for my dog's so called dermatitis or entropion issues. I then took her to Dr. Sprigg's in Owasso, and he informed me that her eyes were clear of any entropion and said she didn't have dermitis either, and he went ahead with the progesterone test, and we found out that the next day she was ready to breed. If I would have waited another day, I would have missed the breeding. I then called and asked for Dr. Tressler to call me back, who my mom said she thought was the owner, and we never got a call back. Then about 2 weeks later they called and asked how my dog was doing, and I started laughing because Dr. patton didn't even do anything except misdiagnose my dog. This vet hates bulldogs, and she made it known to my mom when my mom made a statement to Dr. Patton telling her that I bred bulldogs. I have not even had a litter yet, and this lady had her image of me before she even met me. I would never go to this vet again, and not to mention that Dr. Patton also lost my mom's 5 little dogs. I sure hope she thinks it was worth it to tell me her opinion on my dog's ability to be bred or not, when I never asked her for her opinion in the first place. My English Bulldog had already under gone several health tests-I know my dog is clear of anything. I was simply there for a blood test, and this crazy lady couldn't just do a simple blood test. I would not trust ever with my animals. I think she just didn't want me to breed my dog because she was an English Bulldog, but that's ok. I bred my dog anyway. Dr. Tressler seems very nice though. We saw her the day before I took my bulldog in for a blood test. My mom was very shocked to say the least at how I was treated by Dr. Patton, because that's who she usually used, but not anymore. Dr. Sprigg's got her business!!!

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