All Pets Hospital

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Mon-Wed 9am-5pm, Thu 9am-8pm, Fri 9am-6pm, Sat 10am-2pm

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i give my highest recommendation to All Pets Hospital in Greensburg, PA. i've rescued many cats and dogs so i've visited several vets in the western PA area & i think All Pets Hospital gives better care than any of them.

3 months ago, my cat literally stopped eating & drinking after an injury & i've been feeding him through an eye dropper ever since. i consulted with another facility (which treated him after the initial injury & had implanted a temporary wire into his broken chin). they recommended that i FILE DOWN his teeth b/c they were cutting into his gums. well, i knew that wasn't at the heart of the issue of him not eating. they also prescribed a strong stimulant medication. not only did it not help him eat - but it only made him act "high" which made it even more difficult to feed him with an eye dropper

after 3 months of the initial injury & after the wire was removed, my cat had lost half of his weight because an eye dropper wasn't an adequate way to supply him with nutrition.

last week, i went to All Pets Hospital for a consult. dr sliwa took a reasonable approach & switched the medication to one that isn't as harsh on my cat's liver (he's not a young cat) & gave him a vitamin B shot to boost his health since he had lost so much weight & he showed me how to apply high-calorie paste directly into my cat's mouth as a more efficient way to increase caloric intake. he also ran blood tests to check for underlying disease.

well, yesterday (within a week of my visit to All Pets Hospital) i discovered an abcess on my cats jaw. i realized that all along my cat had that abscess at the site of injury & wire placement for 3 months & that's why he wasn't eating! the reason i knew this was because it must've been a festering bacterial dry-socket in his jaw, but when he received the vitamin B shot at All Pets last week, his immune system got a much needed boost; allowing his white blood cells to attack the bacteria, thereby causing the 3 month old abcess to "come out" & make itself present. i brought him back to All Pets Hospital yesterday & dr sliwa lanced the abcess which has been filled with pus. i went home with an antibiotic regimen & WITHIIN 12 HOURS he started eating on his own! the next day he started drinking on his own!

after 3 months of family & friends telling me to euthanize my cat i went to dr sliwa, & within 1 week, my cat did a COMPLETE 180 !

another great thing about All Pets Hospital is that you are guaranteed to get an experienced vet (dr sliwa) and not a new trainee fresh out of vet school (as can happen when you go to a huge vet facility)

if you want a sensible and intelligent approach to veterinary medicine, then go to All Pets Hospital.

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i give my highest recommendation to All Pets Hospital in Greensburg, PA. i've rescued many cats and dogs so i've visited several vets in the western PA area & i think All Pets Hospital gives better care than any of them.

3 months ago, my cat literally stopped eating & drinking after an injury & i've been feeding him through an eye dropper ever since. i consulted with another facility (which treated him after the initial injury & had implanted a temporary wire into his broken chin). they recommended that i FILE DOWN his teeth b/c they were cutting into his gums. well, i knew that wasn't at the heart of the issue of him not eating. they also prescribed a strong stimulant medication. not only did it not help him eat - but it only made him act "high" which made it even more difficult to feed him with an eye dropper

after 3 months of the initial injury & after the wire was removed, my cat had lost half of his weight because an eye dropper wasn't an adequate way to supply him with nutrition.

last week, i went to All Pets Hospital for a consult. dr sliwa took a reasonable approach & switched the medication to one that isn't as harsh on my cat's liver (he's not a young cat) & gave him a vitamin B shot to boost his health since he had lost so much weight & he showed me how to apply high-calorie paste directly into my cat's mouth as a more efficient way to increase caloric intake. he also ran blood tests to check for underlying disease.

well, yesterday (within a week of my visit to All Pets Hospital) i discovered an abcess on my cats jaw. i realized that all along my cat had that abscess at the site of injury & wire placement for 3 months & that's why he wasn't eating! the reason i knew this was because it must've been a festering bacterial dry-socket in his jaw, but when he received the vitamin B shot at All Pets last week, his immune system got a much needed boost; allowing his white blood cells to attack the bacteria, thereby causing the 3 month old abcess to "come out" & make itself present. i brought him back to All Pets Hospital yesterday & dr sliwa lanced the abcess which has been filled with pus. i went home with an antibiotic regimen & WITHIIN 12 HOURS he started eating on his own! the next day he started drinking on his own!

after 3 months of family & friends telling me to euthanize my cat i went to dr sliwa, & within 1 week, my cat did a COMPLETE 180 !

another great thing about All Pets Hospital is that you are guaranteed to get an experienced vet (dr sliwa) and not a new trainee fresh out of vet school (as can happen when you go to a huge vet facility)

if you want a sensible and intelligent approach to veterinary medicine, then go to All Pets Hospital.

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Do not go to this office!!! Do not see this vet! What kind of vet refuses to see a sick puppy? This one!!! If I could give this place a negative rating, I would. My 5 year old maltese puppy was vomiting for 27 hours straight. I suspected it was because I had given her a new type of heartworm med (Interceptor) with her breakfast the day before. I took her into the office and explained the situation to Dana (the receptionist). Here's the start of the problem: Dana.

This woman immediately began to argue with me that it could not possibly be the Interceptor that's the problem. (OK, I'm just gong by cause and effect, but I'm certainly willing to listen to what she had to say.) Dana exhibited such a rude, mouthy demeanor I could not believe it. She took my dog's temp, (which exhibited a fever), and when I asked what might have caused the fever, she responded "a virus" in a very rude, mouthy way. TOTAL rudeness and lack of professionalism. However, my dog was sick and needed to see a vet, so I set up an appointment with the doctor for later in the morning.

I told Dana that when I returned, I wanted to return the Interceptor medication, that I would like a refund, and that I planned on asking the doctor to write a prescription for another heartworm med that my dog had previously taken with no ill side effects. She proceeded to tell me that the doctor would never agree to write a prescription for another heartworm med, because "their office" didn't think the other brand was good enough to carry, and the doctor would never accept that liability. I planned on discussing this with the doctor, so I left.

1/2 an hour later Dana called me, telling me (are you ready for this?) NOT TO BOTHER TO COME IN, AND SAYING THE DOCTOR DID NOT WISH TO SEE ME OR MY PUPPY BECAUSE OF MY ATTITUDE.) I was (and still am) floored. I cannot even fathom how I was treated here, and I will shout it from the rooftops to anyone who will listen. This supposed "vet" refused to treat an obviously sick little dog. That's unforgivable to me. DO NOT GO TO THIS HOLE IN THE WALL ESTABLISHMENT!!! I cannot in good conscience ever recommend a veterinarian who (1) would hire such a rude, incompetent woman on his staff; and (2) who would refuse to see a sick, 7.5 lb dog because of what a member of his staff tells him. Absolutely unreal. It's a good thing there are good veterinarians out there to make up for this joke of an office and doctor.

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Do not go to this office!!! Do not see this vet! What kind of vet refuses to see a sick puppy? This one!!! If I could give this place a negative rating, I would. My 5 year old maltese puppy was vomiting for 27 hours straight. I suspected it was because I had given her a new type of heartworm med (Interceptor) with her breakfast the day before. I took her into the office and explained the situation to Dana (the receptionist). Here's the start of the problem: Dana.

This woman immediately began to argue with me that it could not possibly be the Interceptor that's the problem. (OK, I'm just gong by cause and effect, but I'm certainly willing to listen to what she had to say.) Dana exhibited such a rude, mouthy demeanor I could not believe it. She took my dog's temp, (which exhibited a fever), and when I asked what might have caused the fever, she responded "a virus" in a very rude, mouthy way. TOTAL rudeness and lack of professionalism. However, my dog was sick and needed to see a vet, so I set up an appointment with the doctor for later in the morning.

I told Dana that when I returned, I wanted to return the Interceptor medication, that I would like a refund, and that I planned on asking the doctor to write a prescription for another heartworm med that my dog had previously taken with no ill side effects. She proceeded to tell me that the doctor would never agree to write a prescription for another heartworm med, because "their office" didn't think the other brand was good enough to carry, and the doctor would never accept that liability. I planned on discussing this with the doctor, so I left.

1/2 an hour later Dana called me, telling me (are you ready for this?) NOT TO BOTHER TO COME IN, AND SAYING THE DOCTOR DID NOT WISH TO SEE ME OR MY PUPPY BECAUSE OF MY ATTITUDE.) I was (and still am) floored. I cannot even fathom how I was treated here, and I will shout it from the rooftops to anyone who will listen. This supposed "vet" refused to treat an obviously sick little dog. That's unforgivable to me. DO NOT GO TO THIS HOLE IN THE WALL ESTABLISHMENT!!! I cannot in good conscience ever recommend a veterinarian who (1) would hire such a rude, incompetent woman on his staff; and (2) who would refuse to see a sick, 7.5 lb dog because of what a member of his staff tells him. Absolutely unreal. It's a good thing there are good veterinarians out there to make up for this joke of an office and doctor.

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