Hardesty Bruce - South Congress Veterinary

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3300 S Congress Ave

Austin, TX

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It's nice to know there are still places around like this, friendly service and affordable prices. I took my dog other dog to a diff. place for what was supposed to be a "simple" procedure that ended up being fatal not too mention the money we poured into the place. It was tough to cope with bc of the fact that the vet didn't feel he was at fault nor did he seem to concerned. I have another dog now (Bruce) that is happy and healthy and has become a regular at south austin vet clinic!

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★★★★★

It's nice to know there are still places around like this, friendly service and affordable prices. I took my dog other dog to a diff. place for what was supposed to be a "simple" procedure that ended up being fatal not too mention the money we poured into the place. It was tough to cope with bc of the fact that the vet didn't feel he was at fault nor did he seem to concerned. I have another dog now (Bruce) that is happy and healthy and has become a regular at south austin vet clinic!

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I made an appt for an east austin kitty who lost an eye and needs to be spayed. The cost was so much more affordable than my own vet in the North Austin area. It is great to find Dr.s who encourage pet rescuing by giving affordable prices.

PROS: Very affordable
CONS: I wish they were closer to where I live

5
★★★★★

I made an appt for an east austin kitty who lost an eye and needs to be spayed. The cost was so much more affordable than my own vet in the North Austin area. It is great to find Dr.s who encourage pet rescuing by giving affordable prices.

PROS: Very affordable
CONS: I wish they were closer to where I live

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Since repairs were done on the building the phone has had issues. working # is 442-7552 Thank you

5
★★★★★

Since repairs were done on the building the phone has had issues. working # is 442-7552 Thank you

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Ugh, I never thought I'd have to defend my vet. I would never take my pets any place but the best because I love them. I've been going to SoCo for 2 years now! 1. There's a reason they don't have high turnover, in fact one of the receptionists continues to work Saturdays because she "loves it" even though she got a new job somewhere else. Yes, visually it may not the most pretty place, but express you concerns and they will tell you the truth - they do not own the building, it was built by a man in the 1930's and therefore can only keep it clean and functional; they cannot replace anything other than their own equipment. Besides, clothes can come out of a wash stained, but still clean! Stains don't mean unsanitary AND they really care for animals! They have a lot of new equipment from the last 6 months. The smell: IT'S AN OLD VET CLINIC and they work with numerous certified animal rescues, there's a lot of animals coming and going that they care for. In fact I only got involved with Austin Boxer Rescue because of SoCo vet and rescue groups are about as picky as you can get for animal care. As far as not taking walk ins - that's cause they're busy. I've been in on Saturdays and watched them take in emergencies and I only go 4 or 5 times a year, so I know that they are not heartless. Besides, do you go to your doctor's office and expect them to take walkins? No, if it's an emergency you go to an ER! Mosquitoseatu - the dog with the elbow cyst that "almost died" - you wrote that the "doctor's are misleading" and about a "new patient fee". First off, they have ONE doctor. Second SoCo has NEVER charged a new patient fee (Capital Vet on S. Congress DOES)! I would have never gone to a place that charges that kind of fee nor would I recommend them. I like SoCo, they have the best care where it counts, I have faith in their staff, and if you have concerns about anything ask them!

5
★★★★★

Ugh, I never thought I'd have to defend my vet. I would never take my pets any place but the best because I love them. I've been going to SoCo for 2 years now! 1. There's a reason they don't have high turnover, in fact one of the receptionists continues to work Saturdays because she "loves it" even though she got a new job somewhere else. Yes, visually it may not the most pretty place, but express you concerns and they will tell you the truth - they do not own the building, it was built by a man in the 1930's and therefore can only keep it clean and functional; they cannot replace anything other than their own equipment. Besides, clothes can come out of a wash stained, but still clean! Stains don't mean unsanitary AND they really care for animals! They have a lot of new equipment from the last 6 months. The smell: IT'S AN OLD VET CLINIC and they work with numerous certified animal rescues, there's a lot of animals coming and going that they care for. In fact I only got involved with Austin Boxer Rescue because of SoCo vet and rescue groups are about as picky as you can get for animal care. As far as not taking walk ins - that's cause they're busy. I've been in on Saturdays and watched them take in emergencies and I only go 4 or 5 times a year, so I know that they are not heartless. Besides, do you go to your doctor's office and expect them to take walkins? No, if it's an emergency you go to an ER! Mosquitoseatu - the dog with the elbow cyst that "almost died" - you wrote that the "doctor's are misleading" and about a "new patient fee". First off, they have ONE doctor. Second SoCo has NEVER charged a new patient fee (Capital Vet on S. Congress DOES)! I would have never gone to a place that charges that kind of fee nor would I recommend them. I like SoCo, they have the best care where it counts, I have faith in their staff, and if you have concerns about anything ask them!

Pros: care for animals, patience, staff, price

Cons: looks, smell

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Brought my dog in the first time for a dental and vaccinations. The staff was very caring and sweet to my dog. I was expecting the dental to be very expensive since another vet clinic estimated it in the $400 range. I got a dental for a dachshund and vaccines for only $117 and they gave the pre-op blood work and nail trim for FREE. These people aren't trying to make a buck; they actually care about animals and make it easier for there owners to care for them.

5
★★★★★

Brought my dog in the first time for a dental and vaccinations. The staff was very caring and sweet to my dog. I was expecting the dental to be very expensive since another vet clinic estimated it in the $400 range. I got a dental for a dachshund and vaccines for only $117 and they gave the pre-op blood work and nail trim for FREE. These people aren't trying to make a buck; they actually care about animals and make it easier for there owners to care for them.

Pros: Cheap, People that Love Animals, Good Animal Care

Cons: Smaller Clinic

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I called the morning of my dog needing his refill for his epilepsy medication. It is the same day every month he gets his refill. I kept getting an answering machine. I left several messages as my dog had been having Grand Mals all night and morning. I finally got through and explained to the receptionist that my dog needed his refill ASAP. This was at 11:50 am. She puts me on hold for almost 15 min.

I hung up and tried to call back, only to get the message that they GO TO LUNCH FROM 12 TO 2PM!!!!!! SO SHE HUNG UP ON ME SO SHE COULD GO TO LUNCH!!!! I tried calling back after 2pm until the evening. By now My dog has had a dozen Grand Mals or more. I try to call back the next morning at 8am and get the message "we will be colsed until next wednesday." WTF?!! EXCUSE ME? They leave a emergency vet number, its AM/PM veterinary clinic. I call them and they tell me I have to bring him in for an evaluation, they wont refill his meds over the phone. So, why was this the emergency # for my vet if I have to pay hundreds of dollars to get my dog his pills?

South Congress should have informed me, and everyone else whos dogs are on meds that they were planning to be negligent. My dog almost died because of them. I got him to AM/PM as he was dying. He is still sick, hospitalized and may not make it thanks to the B*tch who wanted to take lunch early.

A huge thank you to AMPM vet for taking care of him though!

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I called the morning of my dog needing his refill for his epilepsy medication. It is the same day every month he gets his refill. I kept getting an answering machine. I left several messages as my dog had been having Grand Mals all night and morning. I finally got through and explained to the receptionist that my dog needed his refill ASAP. This was at 11:50 am. She puts me on hold for almost 15 min.

I hung up and tried to call back, only to get the message that they GO TO LUNCH FROM 12 TO 2PM!!!!!! SO SHE HUNG UP ON ME SO SHE COULD GO TO LUNCH!!!! I tried calling back after 2pm until the evening. By now My dog has had a dozen Grand Mals or more. I try to call back the next morning at 8am and get the message "we will be colsed until next wednesday." WTF?!! EXCUSE ME? They leave a emergency vet number, its AM/PM veterinary clinic. I call them and they tell me I have to bring him in for an evaluation, they wont refill his meds over the phone. So, why was this the emergency # for my vet if I have to pay hundreds of dollars to get my dog his pills?

South Congress should have informed me, and everyone else whos dogs are on meds that they were planning to be negligent. My dog almost died because of them. I got him to AM/PM as he was dying. He is still sick, hospitalized and may not make it thanks to the B*tch who wanted to take lunch early.

A huge thank you to AMPM vet for taking care of him though!

Pros: none

Cons: do you want your dog to die?

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I have been going to SoCo ever since adopting our 2nd dog through Austin Boxer Rescue. We went there on there recommendation since SoCo is a sponsor for many rescue groups in town. Dr. Hardesty and Betsy are both professional and easy to work with and they have helped me with everything from puppy shots to having to let my dog go when it was time. What makes a Vet clinic isn't a fancy sign or a plasma TV and IKEA lounge in the waiting area, its the people. That's where SoCo excels.

5
★★★★★

I have been going to SoCo ever since adopting our 2nd dog through Austin Boxer Rescue. We went there on there recommendation since SoCo is a sponsor for many rescue groups in town. Dr. Hardesty and Betsy are both professional and easy to work with and they have helped me with everything from puppy shots to having to let my dog go when it was time. What makes a Vet clinic isn't a fancy sign or a plasma TV and IKEA lounge in the waiting area, its the people. That's where SoCo excels.

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I had to have my beloved cat of 14 years euthanized yesterday. From the initial phone call to ask for fees to the actualy procedure could not have gone better.
I had called another South Austin Vet and they wanted $40 for an exam and $40 for the procedure. I knew my cat was dying. I didn't need him to suffer more with an exam and I certainly felt the fee was too high.
The South Congress Vet staff only charged for the euthanizing.
They were understanding and kind.
From now on, they will be my Vet Clinic.

5
★★★★★

I had to have my beloved cat of 14 years euthanized yesterday. From the initial phone call to ask for fees to the actualy procedure could not have gone better.
I had called another South Austin Vet and they wanted $40 for an exam and $40 for the procedure. I knew my cat was dying. I didn't need him to suffer more with an exam and I certainly felt the fee was too high.
The South Congress Vet staff only charged for the euthanizing.
They were understanding and kind.
From now on, they will be my Vet Clinic.

Pros: Everything was a PRO

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I love my dogs. I want nothing but the best for them, but I don't equate paying the most money with getting the best care or experience. The first time I took my dog to South Congress Veterinary I was distraught and at my wits end. She was young and had her first parvo shot, but before her next round of shots she had contracted parvo. She was taken to a "highly recommended" vet just off of Lamar around Enfeild. The vet at the clinic "seemed" nice enough, but the charges were so damn high. I thought that for the required treatment, I really had no choice. I should have known better than to leave her there. The vet turned out to be unsympathetic and cold hearted and before my dog was well, she had to be moved. After a terrible experience and being told that I my dog was "obviously not really a priority of mine" I was blessed to find SCV. From the minute I walked into the door, Betsy treated my baby like her own. After I brought the info from the vet I had just left Betsy looked at the invoice and treatment information and scoffed at the price and unnecessary charges and add ons. She didn't make me put money up front to treat my very ill pet, in fact she didn't even want to discuss money right then. Money took a backseat at that moment to the health and care of my puppy. My dog made a full recovery and I couldn't have had a better experience. The charges were more than reasonable (practically half of what I already had to pay at the other vet with twice as much care and treatment) and I was able to make payments. I have loved them every since and always tell everyone I know to take their pets there. It may not smell the best, it may not look the best, but it is a diamond in the rough. It is a relief to find people that treat you and your pet with respect and compassion, and don't make you feel guilty that you cannot afford to spend thousands of dollars on your pet's health.

5
★★★★★

I love my dogs. I want nothing but the best for them, but I don't equate paying the most money with getting the best care or experience. The first time I took my dog to South Congress Veterinary I was distraught and at my wits end. She was young and had her first parvo shot, but before her next round of shots she had contracted parvo. She was taken to a "highly recommended" vet just off of Lamar around Enfeild. The vet at the clinic "seemed" nice enough, but the charges were so damn high. I thought that for the required treatment, I really had no choice. I should have known better than to leave her there. The vet turned out to be unsympathetic and cold hearted and before my dog was well, she had to be moved. After a terrible experience and being told that I my dog was "obviously not really a priority of mine" I was blessed to find SCV. From the minute I walked into the door, Betsy treated my baby like her own. After I brought the info from the vet I had just left Betsy looked at the invoice and treatment information and scoffed at the price and unnecessary charges and add ons. She didn't make me put money up front to treat my very ill pet, in fact she didn't even want to discuss money right then. Money took a backseat at that moment to the health and care of my puppy. My dog made a full recovery and I couldn't have had a better experience. The charges were more than reasonable (practically half of what I already had to pay at the other vet with twice as much care and treatment) and I was able to make payments. I have loved them every since and always tell everyone I know to take their pets there. It may not smell the best, it may not look the best, but it is a diamond in the rough. It is a relief to find people that treat you and your pet with respect and compassion, and don't make you feel guilty that you cannot afford to spend thousands of dollars on your pet's health.

Pros: price, reliability, compassion, friendliness

Cons: somewhat strange hours sometimes

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The vet technicians and Dr Hardesty are really caring people-- they are definitely interested in the well being of animals and not interested in making a profit. (There isn't a sales rep trying to force special organic dog shampoo on you at the front desk.) They are genuinely interested in your pet's health.
I've been to several vet clinics in the area and can say interacting with the vet techs and veterinarian can be difficult-- some of the ones I've encountered can be really cold and uninterested in what the owners want to know.
The price is well below average here, but the service is wonderful.

The only downside would have to be the cleanliness of the clinic. They would do very well to invest in a swifer or a broom and a deodorizer, but the enthusiasm and attention your pet receives is well worth putting up with hair on the floor.

5
★★★★★

The vet technicians and Dr Hardesty are really caring people-- they are definitely interested in the well being of animals and not interested in making a profit. (There isn't a sales rep trying to force special organic dog shampoo on you at the front desk.) They are genuinely interested in your pet's health.
I've been to several vet clinics in the area and can say interacting with the vet techs and veterinarian can be difficult-- some of the ones I've encountered can be really cold and uninterested in what the owners want to know.
The price is well below average here, but the service is wonderful.

The only downside would have to be the cleanliness of the clinic. They would do very well to invest in a swifer or a broom and a deodorizer, but the enthusiasm and attention your pet receives is well worth putting up with hair on the floor.

Pros: service, veterinarian, staff, cost

Cons: smell, cleanliness

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I have used South Congress Vet Clinic twice now - both times for dental care for my dog. I will continue to use SCVC because of their low cost dental care - but will take my animals to another Vet for other routine care. The reason....the place stinks to high heaven....seriously people - can you afford a mop and some soapy water? The idea of having to wait for any period of time in the waiting room is enough to make me pay twice as much at another clinic for the same service. And I would never consider leaving my dog there overnight - if the waiting room smells this bad - I can't imagine what the kennels must smell like.

2
★★☆☆☆

I have used South Congress Vet Clinic twice now - both times for dental care for my dog. I will continue to use SCVC because of their low cost dental care - but will take my animals to another Vet for other routine care. The reason....the place stinks to high heaven....seriously people - can you afford a mop and some soapy water? The idea of having to wait for any period of time in the waiting room is enough to make me pay twice as much at another clinic for the same service. And I would never consider leaving my dog there overnight - if the waiting room smells this bad - I can't imagine what the kennels must smell like.

Pros: Staff is sweet and loving to the animals

Cons: Smelly, dirty, dingy

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I brought my dog into South Congress Vet to get a large cyst on his elbow drained. I called and made the appointment the day before I told them I would need the cyst drained and wanted to see about getting it surgically removed. When I got there the people at the front counter were very friendly. I went into the doctors room where they were going to treat my dog. The doctor repeatedly told me that he could not perform the surgery to get the cyst removed because he just really did not want to. He also kept hinting to me that he did not drain cycts that often and really did not want to do it again. They also charged me about 20.00 more than the other vets I talked to to get the cyst drained. I will not go back to this vet. I feel misled. The main reason I went to the vet in the first place was to get established get the cyst drained then save up to get the surgery. Now I will have to pay a new patient fee somewhere else.

1
★☆☆☆☆

I brought my dog into South Congress Vet to get a large cyst on his elbow drained. I called and made the appointment the day before I told them I would need the cyst drained and wanted to see about getting it surgically removed. When I got there the people at the front counter were very friendly. I went into the doctors room where they were going to treat my dog. The doctor repeatedly told me that he could not perform the surgery to get the cyst removed because he just really did not want to. He also kept hinting to me that he did not drain cycts that often and really did not want to do it again. They also charged me about 20.00 more than the other vets I talked to to get the cyst drained. I will not go back to this vet. I feel misled. The main reason I went to the vet in the first place was to get established get the cyst drained then save up to get the surgery. Now I will have to pay a new patient fee somewhere else.

Pros: Nice office staff.

Cons: Not very good dr, misleading, rude.

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I've been a customer for about 3 years now and can't say enough good things about this place!!! My dogs are no longer scared of going to the vet. They seem to look forward to it! They love Betsy who always greets them with kisses. You can tell that the staff really loves animals. They are all so friendly and genuine. And their prices are the best in town! They aren't your normal vet that tries to upsell you unnecessary services or products. They just want all of the animals in their care to be happy and healthy. Other vets can seem cold, rushed, and uncaring. I always leave South Congress Vet Clinic with healthy dogs and all of my questions answered.

5
★★★★★

I've been a customer for about 3 years now and can't say enough good things about this place!!! My dogs are no longer scared of going to the vet. They seem to look forward to it! They love Betsy who always greets them with kisses. You can tell that the staff really loves animals. They are all so friendly and genuine. And their prices are the best in town! They aren't your normal vet that tries to upsell you unnecessary services or products. They just want all of the animals in their care to be happy and healthy. Other vets can seem cold, rushed, and uncaring. I always leave South Congress Vet Clinic with healthy dogs and all of my questions answered.

Pros: convenitent location, affordable, caring, knowledgable

Cons: none

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After taking my dog to get a dental check up from this establishment, I brought my dog home to find that he had developed new symptoms such as indigestion, loss of appetite, and bleeding lips. I'm not a veterinarian, but I do know this is not natural and did not just come about by coincidence. I took my dog to another vet and found out that my poor dog was given a strong acid during his teeth cleaning that it ended up hurting his lips so badly he couldn't eat. Not only that, the vet prescribed him antibiotics for these new symptoms, which resulted in severe indigestion. I was not very happy with the service and tried calling the vet, but no one returned my messages or phone calls. I will definitely not be visiting this establishment again.

1
★☆☆☆☆

After taking my dog to get a dental check up from this establishment, I brought my dog home to find that he had developed new symptoms such as indigestion, loss of appetite, and bleeding lips. I'm not a veterinarian, but I do know this is not natural and did not just come about by coincidence. I took my dog to another vet and found out that my poor dog was given a strong acid during his teeth cleaning that it ended up hurting his lips so badly he couldn't eat. Not only that, the vet prescribed him antibiotics for these new symptoms, which resulted in severe indigestion. I was not very happy with the service and tried calling the vet, but no one returned my messages or phone calls. I will definitely not be visiting this establishment again.

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I've been using SoCo Vet clinic for almost 4 years now. I've tried a few other vets but I always come back to SoCo. Everyone on staff is really nice and obviously loves animals!
Dr. Hardesty seems very passionate about his job, he cares more about helping animals than making big bucks! He takes time to answer any questions you have and he tries to explain everything in terms you'll actually understand!!
I have a Boston Terrier [known for their snorting] that absolutely adores Betsy (because Betsy loves to snort at her!) They are so funny, snorting at each other, then my BT starts licking all over her face :]
The office is small, no frills, but it's clean and welcoming. The prices are very reasonable, no hidden fees.
If you have an appointment, the lobby wait is never more than 5 mins.
The hours are kinda odd - closed on Wed & Sunday && a break for lunch each day from 12-2.
I just moved to North Austin, but I don't mind the 45 min drive across town, && I won't go anywhere else!

5
★★★★★

I've been using SoCo Vet clinic for almost 4 years now. I've tried a few other vets but I always come back to SoCo. Everyone on staff is really nice and obviously loves animals!
Dr. Hardesty seems very passionate about his job, he cares more about helping animals than making big bucks! He takes time to answer any questions you have and he tries to explain everything in terms you'll actually understand!!
I have a Boston Terrier [known for their snorting] that absolutely adores Betsy (because Betsy loves to snort at her!) They are so funny, snorting at each other, then my BT starts licking all over her face :]
The office is small, no frills, but it's clean and welcoming. The prices are very reasonable, no hidden fees.
If you have an appointment, the lobby wait is never more than 5 mins.
The hours are kinda odd - closed on Wed & Sunday && a break for lunch each day from 12-2.
I just moved to North Austin, but I don't mind the 45 min drive across town, && I won't go anywhere else!

Pros: resonably priced, friendly staff, quick service

Cons: odd hours

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I paid only $68 for my dog's teeth cleaning with no extra fees for extractions, gas, etc. AND, they clipped his nails as a nice surprise and didn't charge me of course. My former vet was going to charge me $250! All of the staff genuinely love their jobs and the animals they work with. Wonderful customer service. They also house several (8 at the moment) Katrina pets and abandoned Austin pets. These animals are available for adoption.

5
★★★★★

I paid only $68 for my dog's teeth cleaning with no extra fees for extractions, gas, etc. AND, they clipped his nails as a nice surprise and didn't charge me of course. My former vet was going to charge me $250! All of the staff genuinely love their jobs and the animals they work with. Wonderful customer service. They also house several (8 at the moment) Katrina pets and abandoned Austin pets. These animals are available for adoption.

Pros: great customer service, good people, VALUE!!

Cons: the office is bare-bones, but is that really a con? my dog doesn't really care :)

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This is the best veterinarian in the history of veterinarians. He takes tons of time to explain everything to you, never prescribes a medicine or procedure that he deems unnecessary, and always cares for and treats your pet with the utmost respect and care. He's not in this for any other reason than the love of the animal, which is evident the moment you walk in the door. His staff is incredible, especially Betsy. He doesn't charge astronomical fees either. He'd rather you bring your animal in to be treated and have done what needs to be done than pad his pockets. The same procedure performed at another vet (when Dr. Hardesty was closed and it was fairly urgent) cost me more than double what he charged for the exact same thing when it had to be repeated later. In a word, excellent!!!

3
★★★☆☆

This is the best veterinarian in the history of veterinarians. He takes tons of time to explain everything to you, never prescribes a medicine or procedure that he deems unnecessary, and always cares for and treats your pet with the utmost respect and care. He's not in this for any other reason than the love of the animal, which is evident the moment you walk in the door. His staff is incredible, especially Betsy. He doesn't charge astronomical fees either. He'd rather you bring your animal in to be treated and have done what needs to be done than pad his pockets. The same procedure performed at another vet (when Dr. Hardesty was closed and it was fairly urgent) cost me more than double what he charged for the exact same thing when it had to be repeated later. In a word, excellent!!!

Pros: Everything!

Cons: Could be bigger, but then it would be more expensive. Wish they were open Wednesdays.

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Bruce and his staff are the best, I have several animals and they are always helping me to find ways to cut cost when I treat them, without cutting quality! Their prices are very reasonable and the care my dogs and cat receive when I take them in is absolutely wonderful. My dogs remember the staff and are excited to see them every time we have to visit. I highly recommend this vet clinic to everyone I know.

5
★★★★★

Bruce and his staff are the best, I have several animals and they are always helping me to find ways to cut cost when I treat them, without cutting quality! Their prices are very reasonable and the care my dogs and cat receive when I take them in is absolutely wonderful. My dogs remember the staff and are excited to see them every time we have to visit. I highly recommend this vet clinic to everyone I know.

Pros: Friendly People, great service, great value

Cons: the animal smell can be a little strong, but the office is still clean

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Bruce is not only a kind, empathic professional, he is the best value I've ever encountered in pet care. I canot recommend him highly enough. The office is kind of funky and parking is awkward. And they have so many Katrina pet refugees the place is a bit smelly at time, but the guy is a great vet and he is VERY affordable.

5
★★★★★

Bruce is not only a kind, empathic professional, he is the best value I've ever encountered in pet care. I canot recommend him highly enough. The office is kind of funky and parking is awkward. And they have so many Katrina pet refugees the place is a bit smelly at time, but the guy is a great vet and he is VERY affordable.

Pros: Quality of care, affordability, kind and willing to take the time to actually communicate

Cons: Funky office, awkward parking

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Too many times a teeth cleaning for my dog was estimated to cost between $290 and $350 plus an extra $10 per tooth pulled. I have a tiny toy dog who's breed is notorious for having dental problems as they age. My dog was a gift and had I known his dental expenses would wipe out my mortgage payment every 6 months, I think I would have been forced to give him back.

But then I found Dr. Hardesty! This man is AMAZING! I'd recommend that everyone take their animals to him. He's been known to get on the phone and talk to me if I have a question. He's easy to get into-- no week long wait for an appointment. His staff is terrific! He is great with my little dog who just seems so happy to see Dr. Hardesty every 6 months. And did I mention that he allows me not to make a new home out of a cardboard box? I get to keep my limbs, too, and still buy groceries. He's done the same job for me for MUCH much less money!

And the man is nice! I can't imagine ever wanting to go to someone else now that I've found him!

5
★★★★★

Too many times a teeth cleaning for my dog was estimated to cost between $290 and $350 plus an extra $10 per tooth pulled. I have a tiny toy dog who's breed is notorious for having dental problems as they age. My dog was a gift and had I known his dental expenses would wipe out my mortgage payment every 6 months, I think I would have been forced to give him back.

But then I found Dr. Hardesty! This man is AMAZING! I'd recommend that everyone take their animals to him. He's been known to get on the phone and talk to me if I have a question. He's easy to get into-- no week long wait for an appointment. His staff is terrific! He is great with my little dog who just seems so happy to see Dr. Hardesty every 6 months. And did I mention that he allows me not to make a new home out of a cardboard box? I get to keep my limbs, too, and still buy groceries. He's done the same job for me for MUCH much less money!

And the man is nice! I can't imagine ever wanting to go to someone else now that I've found him!

Pros: convenient location, good price, great service

Cons: kind of hard to get out of the parking lot

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