St Helens Veterinary Clinic

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Mon-Fri 8am-5:30pm

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I have used Marilyn for about 5 years now and my Dogs just love her.
My French Bulldog has food alleries and some skin issues, instead of just giving him pills she also recommended a skin Vet in Beaverton. Thats not only nice, thats good doctoring.
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I have used Marilyn for about 5 years now and my Dogs just love her.
My French Bulldog has food alleries and some skin issues, instead of just giving him pills she also recommended a skin Vet in Beaverton. Thats not only nice, thats good doctoring.
First expressions don't always tell the whole story or show the full picture. Don't judge what you may not understand.

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Worst vet ever. Save your pet and do not go here. My elderly grandmother, who suffers from dementia, uses this vet's office for her cats. Since one had dramatically lost weight (He went from probably 14-15 pounds of muscle to being emaciated, probably 8-10 pounds or so), I called this vet to ask them when they'd had their last exam. Turns out it was over a year ago. I told them they must want to see them again in that case. They told me no, not for two more years. What .... ?!? THREE years between annual exams (they call them 'annual for a reason!) on cats that are both over 12 years old and may not live another three years? I couldn't believe it... all cats should have an exam annually, and elderly cats and those with medical problems every 6 months...

Then I asked them what the cat's weight had been at the last visit. They didn't know because they "hadn't recorded a weight"... ... seriously??? The most basic part of an exam: taking/tracking a cat's weight, and they couldn't even be bothered to do that??

This veterinary office is a joke. Stay away from them if you value your pet's health.

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Worst vet ever. Save your pet and do not go here. My elderly grandmother, who suffers from dementia, uses this vet's office for her cats. Since one had dramatically lost weight (He went from probably 14-15 pounds of muscle to being emaciated, probably 8-10 pounds or so), I called this vet to ask them when they'd had their last exam. Turns out it was over a year ago. I told them they must want to see them again in that case. They told me no, not for two more years. What .... ?!? THREE years between annual exams (they call them 'annual for a reason!) on cats that are both over 12 years old and may not live another three years? I couldn't believe it... all cats should have an exam annually, and elderly cats and those with medical problems every 6 months...

Then I asked them what the cat's weight had been at the last visit. They didn't know because they "hadn't recorded a weight"... ... seriously??? The most basic part of an exam: taking/tracking a cat's weight, and they couldn't even be bothered to do that??

This veterinary office is a joke. Stay away from them if you value your pet's health.

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We have been going to Dr. Horton for years, she is always caring and compassionate toward our dog, Sadie. Her staff is always friendly and helpful. I admire her compassion for the health and happiness of her patience's. Sadie has always been a healthy and energetic dog, as she gets older I would never consider taking Sadie to any other Vet. It's a comfort to know Dr. Horton will be there as Sadie gets older.

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We have been going to Dr. Horton for years, she is always caring and compassionate toward our dog, Sadie. Her staff is always friendly and helpful. I admire her compassion for the health and happiness of her patience's. Sadie has always been a healthy and energetic dog, as she gets older I would never consider taking Sadie to any other Vet. It's a comfort to know Dr. Horton will be there as Sadie gets older.

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I just wanted to say thank you so very much to Pet MD. Marilyn Horton. I mentioned that I was a full time student and this couldn??t of been a worse time financially for this to happen; she then treated Drako at absolutely no cost to us. She was even so kind as to throw in special high nutrient kitten food to help the healing process along. Please please please, if you ever have veterinary needs go see Marilyn Horton at St. Helens Veterinary Clinic (503-397-4190). She actually empathizes with people on a individualistic and human level. Seriously, I simply haven??t found that quality trait in many places throughout my life. Great woman who cares and knows her stuff, what more could you ask for? Simply the truth...believe what you will

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I just wanted to say thank you so very much to Pet MD. Marilyn Horton. I mentioned that I was a full time student and this couldn??t of been a worse time financially for this to happen; she then treated Drako at absolutely no cost to us. She was even so kind as to throw in special high nutrient kitten food to help the healing process along. Please please please, if you ever have veterinary needs go see Marilyn Horton at St. Helens Veterinary Clinic (503-397-4190). She actually empathizes with people on a individualistic and human level. Seriously, I simply haven??t found that quality trait in many places throughout my life. Great woman who cares and knows her stuff, what more could you ask for? Simply the truth...believe what you will

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Dr. Marilyn and the team at St. Helens Veterinary Clinic are the best. Regardless of the reason for our visit - be it annual check ups or emergencies they are thorough and dedicated to make sure our animals are well looked after.
I have even called them and told them about something which has bothered me and they have given me advice over the phone.
I can't recommend Dr. Marilyn enough!

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Dr. Marilyn and the team at St. Helens Veterinary Clinic are the best. Regardless of the reason for our visit - be it annual check ups or emergencies they are thorough and dedicated to make sure our animals are well looked after.
I have even called them and told them about something which has bothered me and they have given me advice over the phone.
I can't recommend Dr. Marilyn enough!

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Adopt a dog from shelter. She has a insecurity problem and nervures around stranger and other dogs. We needed help get her nails trim. Go in for office visit. We sat and wait for 20 minutes in the same room as one other dog and 4 people. My dog lay down quietly and wait.
The vet walked out in the counter area (about 15 feet away from us. My dog freaked out and barked and lunged at her. (still we were 15 feet away). Once I realized what she was barking at, I pulled her back told her to sit. She stopped barking and sat back down. I asked the Vet if she'd like me to put muzzle on my dog so she'll be more comfortable or she can gave her a treat so my dog can calm down. The vet said no she would not see my dog because she doesn't take " Dangerous Dog that tried to attack her". I tried to explain to her that my dog really reactive to strangers that just pop up out of now where. If you gave her treat let her approach you, she'll be fine. Again, I offered that I can put muzzle on for her if that make her feel comfortable. She insisted that we go somewhere else or have other vet take care of my dog at home. The worst part about this is, never expect such a prejudgment from the Vet. I respect her decision to do only what she feel comfortable doing. But at least, show some sympathy or effort before reject to help us. No wonder millions of shelter dogs got put down every year. Even when there?re nice people out there who adopted them and willing to deal with all their issues, there're still vet like this who will not give a helping hands. So unexpected to see this coming from profession that suppose to love animal.

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Adopt a dog from shelter. She has a insecurity problem and nervures around stranger and other dogs. We needed help get her nails trim. Go in for office visit. We sat and wait for 20 minutes in the same room as one other dog and 4 people. My dog lay down quietly and wait.
The vet walked out in the counter area (about 15 feet away from us. My dog freaked out and barked and lunged at her. (still we were 15 feet away). Once I realized what she was barking at, I pulled her back told her to sit. She stopped barking and sat back down. I asked the Vet if she'd like me to put muzzle on my dog so she'll be more comfortable or she can gave her a treat so my dog can calm down. The vet said no she would not see my dog because she doesn't take " Dangerous Dog that tried to attack her". I tried to explain to her that my dog really reactive to strangers that just pop up out of now where. If you gave her treat let her approach you, she'll be fine. Again, I offered that I can put muzzle on for her if that make her feel comfortable. She insisted that we go somewhere else or have other vet take care of my dog at home. The worst part about this is, never expect such a prejudgment from the Vet. I respect her decision to do only what she feel comfortable doing. But at least, show some sympathy or effort before reject to help us. No wonder millions of shelter dogs got put down every year. Even when there?re nice people out there who adopted them and willing to deal with all their issues, there're still vet like this who will not give a helping hands. So unexpected to see this coming from profession that suppose to love animal.

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