Hillsdale Veterinary Group

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  • 6359 Sw Capitol Highway

    Portland, OR 97239

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  • 503-246-4660

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Mon-Thu 8am-7pm, Fri 8am-6pm, Sat 8:30am-5pm

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I am so glad I found this practice. We're new in town and asked our neighbor for a reference. They gave us Hillsdale Veterinary Group and they were everything we expected. We saw both doctors (Dr. Castle with our cat and Dr. Flecker for

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I am so glad I found this practice. We're new in town and asked our neighbor for a reference. They gave us Hillsdale Veterinary Group and they were everything we expected. We saw both doctors (Dr. Castle with our cat and Dr. Flecker for

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I'm in healthcare and have had pets all my life, and have been totally happy with Hillsdale Veterinary. Been using them for years now and they get it right. They send me a e-mail newsletter every month too which keeps me up to date.

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I'm in healthcare and have had pets all my life, and have been totally happy with Hillsdale Veterinary. Been using them for years now and they get it right. They send me a e-mail newsletter every month too which keeps me up to date.

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I started going to this clinic about a year ago. Initially I felt very welcomed by the front desk staff as well as the technicians. I always felt "so so" about the doctor. The real problem came when my dog got sick. I brought him in for an

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I started going to this clinic about a year ago. Initially I felt very welcomed by the front desk staff as well as the technicians. I always felt "so so" about the doctor. The real problem came when my dog got sick. I brought him in for an

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My husband and I have had many pets and used many veterinarians over the years. Recently we moved into Hillsdale and were told by several friends about Hillsdale Vet. They are great and we are very happy we found them.

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My husband and I have had many pets and used many veterinarians over the years. Recently we moved into Hillsdale and were told by several friends about Hillsdale Vet. They are great and we are very happy we found them.

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I was recently referred to Hillsdale Veterinary by my neighbor whose been using them for years. They are really great--very professional and caring. They go over things with me so I understand the options and costs. They're open late, I

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I was recently referred to Hillsdale Veterinary by my neighbor whose been using them for years. They are really great--very professional and caring. They go over things with me so I understand the options and costs. They're open late, I

Pros: Very professional, Caring, Competent

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We have been taking our dog to Dr. Flecker for 5 years now and have only had wonderful experiences with him and his staff. We have been to other vet's in town and there is a reason we've stayed with Dr. Flecker. We have had illnesses, emergency stitches, dental cleaning and allergies- you name it our dog has had it and ALL of these appointments were handled with care and professionalism every time. They even helped carry out our dog's food bag when I had my infant son with me!

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We have been taking our dog to Dr. Flecker for 5 years now and have only had wonderful experiences with him and his staff. We have been to other vet's in town and there is a reason we've stayed with Dr. Flecker. We have had illnesses, emergency stitches, dental cleaning and allergies- you name it our dog has had it and ALL of these appointments were handled with care and professionalism every time. They even helped carry out our dog's food bag when I had my infant son with me!

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We recently took our 12-year old cat to the Hillsdale Veterinary Group in Portland for a well-cat check up, and were advised he has a hyper-thyroid condition. They prescribed Felimazole 2.5mg twice daily. We took him in for a second round of blood tests which showed his thyroid was now underperforming, so they cut the dose in half to 1.25 twice daily. Our original prescription was $39 for one month's worth of the original prescription. We found the drug at Petmeds dot com for 80 percent less, and in filing the order with the website, the vet's office called back and said they would match the price of the meds, but that their policy is they don't write prescriptions externally, meaning to another pharmacy. So I said okay, as that is only fair since they are our vet and want to match the price. But then they called back and said that I ordered 5mg tabs from pet meds (which I intended to split in fourths and have the tools to do so) and that they want to do 2.5mg tabs. I then asked if they intended to give me twice the number of pills as I ordered then, as that would be truly matching the price. The assistant told me to hold, then our vet, Dr. Flecker, got on the phone and was extremely rude, accusing me of not wanting to take care of my cat, not wanting to go with the prescribed medication level -- all untrue. I informed him that obviously since I intend to give him the required dose and that I have paid $400 to date on exams and subsequent labs, and have to have him undergo yet more bloodwork at the cost of another $110, that I of course intended to follow the directions and didn't appreciate the accusation as obviously it's not true. He then said I needed to find another vet, that he would not write the prescription and then hung up on me. How is this legal? How can a vet refuse to allow me the choice of purchasing prescriptions elsewhere? Now I have to find another vet, pay more money, etc. all because the vet knows he has that leverage.This is unethical, the OMVA's policy is for them to write the script, but don't enforce it. So now the vet is holding up my medications to the pet as the prescription will run out tomorrow. And who's not taking care of my cat?

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We recently took our 12-year old cat to the Hillsdale Veterinary Group in Portland for a well-cat check up, and were advised he has a hyper-thyroid condition. They prescribed Felimazole 2.5mg twice daily. We took him in for a second round of blood tests which showed his thyroid was now underperforming, so they cut the dose in half to 1.25 twice daily. Our original prescription was $39 for one month's worth of the original prescription. We found the drug at Petmeds dot com for 80 percent less, and in filing the order with the website, the vet's office called back and said they would match the price of the meds, but that their policy is they don't write prescriptions externally, meaning to another pharmacy. So I said okay, as that is only fair since they are our vet and want to match the price. But then they called back and said that I ordered 5mg tabs from pet meds (which I intended to split in fourths and have the tools to do so) and that they want to do 2.5mg tabs. I then asked if they intended to give me twice the number of pills as I ordered then, as that would be truly matching the price. The assistant told me to hold, then our vet, Dr. Flecker, got on the phone and was extremely rude, accusing me of not wanting to take care of my cat, not wanting to go with the prescribed medication level -- all untrue. I informed him that obviously since I intend to give him the required dose and that I have paid $400 to date on exams and subsequent labs, and have to have him undergo yet more bloodwork at the cost of another $110, that I of course intended to follow the directions and didn't appreciate the accusation as obviously it's not true. He then said I needed to find another vet, that he would not write the prescription and then hung up on me. How is this legal? How can a vet refuse to allow me the choice of purchasing prescriptions elsewhere? Now I have to find another vet, pay more money, etc. all because the vet knows he has that leverage.This is unethical, the OMVA's policy is for them to write the script, but don't enforce it. So now the vet is holding up my medications to the pet as the prescription will run out tomorrow. And who's not taking care of my cat?

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We recently took our 12-year old cat to the Hillsdale Veterinary Group in Portland for a well-cat check up, and were advised he has a hyper-thyroid condition. They prescribed Felimazole 2.5mg twice daily. We took him in for a second round of blood tests which showed his thyroid was now underperforming, so they cut the dose in half to 1.25 twice daily. Our original prescription was $39 for one month's worth of the original prescription. We found the drug at Petmeds dot com for 80 percent less, and in filing the order with the website, the vet's office called back and said they would match the price of the meds, but that their policy is they don't write prescriptions externally, meaning to another pharmacy. So I said okay, as that is only fair since they are our vet and want to match the price. But then they called back and said that I ordered 5mg tabs from pet meds (which I intended to split in fourths and have the tools to do so) and that they want to do 2.5mg tabs. I then asked if they intended to give me twice the number of pills as I ordered then, as that would be truly matching the price. The assistant told me to hold, then our vet, Dr. Flecker, got on the phone and was extremely rude, accusing me of not wanting to take care of my cat, not wanting to go with the prescribed medication level -- all untrue. I informed him that obviously since I intend to give him the required dose and that I have paid $400 to date on exams and subsequent labs, and have to have him undergo yet more bloodwork at the cost of another $110, that I of course intended to follow the directions and didn't appreciate the accusation as obviously it's not true. He then said I needed to find another vet, that he would not write the prescription and then hung up on me. How is this legal? How can a vet refuse to allow me the choice of purchasing prescriptions elsewhere? Now I have to find another vet, pay more money, etc. all because the vet knows he has that leverage.This is unethical, the OMVA's policy is for them to write the script, but don't enforce it. So now the vet is holding up my medications to the pet as the prescription will run out tomorrow. And who's not taking care of my cat?

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We recently took our 12-year old cat to the Hillsdale Veterinary Group in Portland for a well-cat check up, and were advised he has a hyper-thyroid condition. They prescribed Felimazole 2.5mg twice daily. We took him in for a second round of blood tests which showed his thyroid was now underperforming, so they cut the dose in half to 1.25 twice daily. Our original prescription was $39 for one month's worth of the original prescription. We found the drug at Petmeds dot com for 80 percent less, and in filing the order with the website, the vet's office called back and said they would match the price of the meds, but that their policy is they don't write prescriptions externally, meaning to another pharmacy. So I said okay, as that is only fair since they are our vet and want to match the price. But then they called back and said that I ordered 5mg tabs from pet meds (which I intended to split in fourths and have the tools to do so) and that they want to do 2.5mg tabs. I then asked if they intended to give me twice the number of pills as I ordered then, as that would be truly matching the price. The assistant told me to hold, then our vet, Dr. Flecker, got on the phone and was extremely rude, accusing me of not wanting to take care of my cat, not wanting to go with the prescribed medication level -- all untrue. I informed him that obviously since I intend to give him the required dose and that I have paid $400 to date on exams and subsequent labs, and have to have him undergo yet more bloodwork at the cost of another $110, that I of course intended to follow the directions and didn't appreciate the accusation as obviously it's not true. He then said I needed to find another vet, that he would not write the prescription and then hung up on me. How is this legal? How can a vet refuse to allow me the choice of purchasing prescriptions elsewhere? Now I have to find another vet, pay more money, etc. all because the vet knows he has that leverage.This is unethical, the OMVA's policy is for them to write the script, but don't enforce it. So now the vet is holding up my medications to the pet as the prescription will run out tomorrow. And who's not taking care of my cat?

Pros: They came recommended

Cons: Flecker is rude, expensive, won't write prescription

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Was referred by a neighbor and tried them out. Very happy I switched to them. The dog is happy too. I've used both doctors there and they seem competent. They don't push stuff on you but take the time to explain options. I like that.

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Was referred by a neighbor and tried them out. Very happy I switched to them. The dog is happy too. I've used both doctors there and they seem competent. They don't push stuff on you but take the time to explain options. I like that.

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I have been one of Dr. Flecker's clients for 19 years now and he has seen our household through a generation of pets. He is a wonderful man, a very practical veterinarian that has more experience and knowledge than many specialists. I highly recommend him and his clinic.

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I have been one of Dr. Flecker's clients for 19 years now and he has seen our household through a generation of pets. He is a wonderful man, a very practical veterinarian that has more experience and knowledge than many specialists. I highly recommend him and his clinic.

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This is a wonderful veterinary practice which I've been using for 4 1/2 years now. They have the latest equipment and the doctors and staff seem to really care about my pets (and me too!). They seem very competent and I highly recommend them.

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This is a wonderful veterinary practice which I've been using for 4 1/2 years now. They have the latest equipment and the doctors and staff seem to really care about my pets (and me too!). They seem very competent and I highly recommend them.

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I have been bringing my pets there for years and would highly recommend them to anyone! The staff is great and Dr. Flecker is is too. You don't get that impersonal feeling that you get from other animal hospitals.

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I have been bringing my pets there for years and would highly recommend them to anyone! The staff is great and Dr. Flecker is is too. You don't get that impersonal feeling that you get from other animal hospitals.

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Our household of a dozen animals recently changed veterinary clinics, even though the old one is much closer to our home. Several animal owners recommended this clinic. We have spent thirty years in clinics, and this is by far one of the best I have ever seen. The staff is friendly, knowledgeable, and caring--for both people and pets! There are many 'little touches' that show you the staff cares about its clientele, and the premises are remarkably clean and clean smelling. They attach a digital photo of your pet to their paperwork, internal and that returned to you. The veterinarian was gentle with our cat, who was worked into their schedule easily, since we were all concerned about the severity of his condition. Our cat is making headway steadily, and we will return to this office for his ongoing problems, as well as for our other 11 pets.

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Our household of a dozen animals recently changed veterinary clinics, even though the old one is much closer to our home. Several animal owners recommended this clinic. We have spent thirty years in clinics, and this is by far one of the best I have ever seen. The staff is friendly, knowledgeable, and caring--for both people and pets! There are many 'little touches' that show you the staff cares about its clientele, and the premises are remarkably clean and clean smelling. They attach a digital photo of your pet to their paperwork, internal and that returned to you. The veterinarian was gentle with our cat, who was worked into their schedule easily, since we were all concerned about the severity of his condition. Our cat is making headway steadily, and we will return to this office for his ongoing problems, as well as for our other 11 pets.

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