Value Pet Clinic

★★★★☆
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12314 Meridian E # A5

Puyallup, WA

98373

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Saturday afternoon I took my cat to Value Pet Clinic, in Puyallup WA because of a reoccurrence of vomiting and blood and pus in the stool. Our regular Vet stated the next step would be either x-ray or ultra sound if this reoccurred if the three medications he prescribed did not work well.

The clinic waiting room was fully packed, but after waiting in your car because of the bloody stool as instructed, we were finally seen. The Vet there recommend a treatment and x-ray, asked that I leave him for one hour, then pick him up. I did. I arrived for pick-up near closing time, and noticed (for the first time) a small sign accepting credit and debit cards, and then stating, no checks accepted.

I told the receptionist that I had not seen the sign prior to being seen because of people standing about. She said I could not have the pet until paid. She suggested I go to my bank. I reminded her it was Saturday afternoon: my bank was now closed. She told me to wait a moment.

A woman called us into the first exam room and as I opened my mouth to explain that I do not use debit cards or credit cards she stated rudely, You cant have your pet until we get our money. Her unprofessional start led me to call her bluff with my own. I stated, Well considering I think he has cancer is dying, just keep him then,

She was not happy with my remark and became snotty interrupting me so that I had to raise my voice over hers as I attempted to explain (as a nurse myself) that I have never been in a Clinic (medical or veterinarian) that did not verbally tell a client of a No Check policy on sign-in., their signs were poorly placed and small, there was nothing in bold print or circled to make it noticeable on the papers I filled out for my cat. As I was speaking she walked around me to close the door to the waiting room that was still open, but I chose to back up and leave it as it was, because she was becoming obviously agitated. I insinuated that no reputable clinic would fail to make this perfectly clear to new client.

At this point she challenged my being an RN by asking, Youre a nurse? Where do YOU work at? I answered the question of my historical expertise and said I could bring in cash on Monday, but she walked away bringing my cat in his leather carrier, literally dropped him on the metal exam table. Here, take your cat and never come back. No medication, no discussing his need with the Vet I had seen, nothing. I left.

To be fair, the female Veterinarian was knowledgeable and seemed to care, but if a manager can withhold treatment because she failed to train her staff properly or put up adequately large signs in plain view (as well as on the door when one enters), I have to wonder if these Vets have free choice of what to order or do they suck you in with tests not needed (I had blood word from 4 weeks prior) that she wanted to do over

At home I immediately documented the exchange. I looked up who the owner of the clinic was and hand delivered the account to his home early Sunday afternoon to whom I assume was his teen son. I stated I would like an immediate response to my complaint.

Monday, afternoon I received a call. Not from the own (a Vet himself) but from the same manager who again was unprofessional. She did not state why she was calling; I had to guess. She then stated it was inappropriate for me to take the complaint to his home. I disagreed asked her to identify her source of etiquette information. She then began with, If you had not acted the way you did I said she had been the one acting unprofessionally. Let me give you some advise.. she shouted over me, whereas, I disconnected from her then phone the owners number and left a brief message as to this exchange.

Apparently the owner does not care that his non-medical staff are ill trained, and the manager is highly Unprofessional. I suspect they attempt to bill be for $259.00, but my cat was abused and never received treatment.

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Saturday afternoon I took my cat to Value Pet Clinic, in Puyallup WA because of a reoccurrence of vomiting and blood and pus in the stool. Our regular Vet stated the next step would be either x-ray or ultra sound if this reoccurred if the three medications he prescribed did not work well.

The clinic waiting room was fully packed, but after waiting in your car because of the bloody stool as instructed, we were finally seen. The Vet there recommend a treatment and x-ray, asked that I leave him for one hour, then pick him up. I did. I arrived for pick-up near closing time, and noticed (for the first time) a small sign accepting credit and debit cards, and then stating, no checks accepted.

I told the receptionist that I had not seen the sign prior to being seen because of people standing about. She said I could not have the pet until paid. She suggested I go to my bank. I reminded her it was Saturday afternoon: my bank was now closed. She told me to wait a moment.

A woman called us into the first exam room and as I opened my mouth to explain that I do not use debit cards or credit cards she stated rudely, You cant have your pet until we get our money. Her unprofessional start led me to call her bluff with my own. I stated, Well considering I think he has cancer is dying, just keep him then,

She was not happy with my remark and became snotty interrupting me so that I had to raise my voice over hers as I attempted to explain (as a nurse myself) that I have never been in a Clinic (medical or veterinarian) that did not verbally tell a client of a No Check policy on sign-in., their signs were poorly placed and small, there was nothing in bold print or circled to make it noticeable on the papers I filled out for my cat. As I was speaking she walked around me to close the door to the waiting room that was still open, but I chose to back up and leave it as it was, because she was becoming obviously agitated. I insinuated that no reputable clinic would fail to make this perfectly clear to new client.

At this point she challenged my being an RN by asking, Youre a nurse? Where do YOU work at? I answered the question of my historical expertise and said I could bring in cash on Monday, but she walked away bringing my cat in his leather carrier, literally dropped him on the metal exam table. Here, take your cat and never come back. No medication, no discussing his need with the Vet I had seen, nothing. I left.

To be fair, the female Veterinarian was knowledgeable and seemed to care, but if a manager can withhold treatment because she failed to train her staff properly or put up adequately large signs in plain view (as well as on the door when one enters), I have to wonder if these Vets have free choice of what to order or do they suck you in with tests not needed (I had blood word from 4 weeks prior) that she wanted to do over

At home I immediately documented the exchange. I looked up who the owner of the clinic was and hand delivered the account to his home early Sunday afternoon to whom I assume was his teen son. I stated I would like an immediate response to my complaint.

Monday, afternoon I received a call. Not from the own (a Vet himself) but from the same manager who again was unprofessional. She did not state why she was calling; I had to guess. She then stated it was inappropriate for me to take the complaint to his home. I disagreed asked her to identify her source of etiquette information. She then began with, If you had not acted the way you did I said she had been the one acting unprofessionally. Let me give you some advise.. she shouted over me, whereas, I disconnected from her then phone the owners number and left a brief message as to this exchange.

Apparently the owner does not care that his non-medical staff are ill trained, and the manager is highly Unprofessional. I suspect they attempt to bill be for $259.00, but my cat was abused and never received treatment.

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Fast,efficient,and affordable. Great staff. All nice people who truly love your animals. Not ONCE have I seen the staff ever be rude to a customer (yet I've seen them get treated like absolute crap) and they can be soooo busy. Just because they a low cost clinic doesn't mean you get to treat the staff so poorly like they are employees of Walmart! They are trying to help your pets! Oh,your bill was $300? GO to another clinic and double your price for the exact same care! I'm happy with them and will continue to go there.

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Fast,efficient,and affordable. Great staff. All nice people who truly love your animals. Not ONCE have I seen the staff ever be rude to a customer (yet I've seen them get treated like absolute crap) and they can be soooo busy. Just because they a low cost clinic doesn't mean you get to treat the staff so poorly like they are employees of Walmart! They are trying to help your pets! Oh,your bill was $300? GO to another clinic and double your price for the exact same care! I'm happy with them and will continue to go there.

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Dr. Ghil prescribed Rimadyl for my dog's arthritis. However, I was not told of the drug's potential side effects. Blood work should be done before the drug is given to provide a base line for monitoring effects. I was not told to bring the dog back for blood work to monitor the effects of the drug. It can be fatal in a very short time. My dog seems ok after a week but I will find a substitute drug, and a new Vet, when the Rx is finished. DO YOUR HOMEWORK!
The people at this clinic to not seem very well informed.

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Dr. Ghil prescribed Rimadyl for my dog's arthritis. However, I was not told of the drug's potential side effects. Blood work should be done before the drug is given to provide a base line for monitoring effects. I was not told to bring the dog back for blood work to monitor the effects of the drug. It can be fatal in a very short time. My dog seems ok after a week but I will find a substitute drug, and a new Vet, when the Rx is finished. DO YOUR HOMEWORK!
The people at this clinic to not seem very well informed.

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We took our sweet Rottweiler to see this clinic because we heard they are less expensive than other clinics. First off the place was really nice and clean and the front desk staff was really nice. They charged more than they first told me over the phone, and also they told me they could give me a referal to a chiropractor that could help with dogs. The Vet couldn't understand why we would take our dog to a chiropractor when the dog has back problems. Hello that's what chiropractors do is work on spines. Next she talked down to me and my husband and kept staring at the floor while she was trying to expain what she was saying. She is asian and has a hard time communitcating. We will not go back and will go back to River Road where even though the place is older and not as clean, the vets and techs really care about the animals.

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We took our sweet Rottweiler to see this clinic because we heard they are less expensive than other clinics. First off the place was really nice and clean and the front desk staff was really nice. They charged more than they first told me over the phone, and also they told me they could give me a referal to a chiropractor that could help with dogs. The Vet couldn't understand why we would take our dog to a chiropractor when the dog has back problems. Hello that's what chiropractors do is work on spines. Next she talked down to me and my husband and kept staring at the floor while she was trying to expain what she was saying. She is asian and has a hard time communitcating. We will not go back and will go back to River Road where even though the place is older and not as clean, the vets and techs really care about the animals.

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The people that work there are always nice and considered.
Both of My Dogs are well taken care off,had both of them spaye'd and all there shots.
Plus the price ,I would have pay'd a lot more any where else.
Plus I can get in real fast

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★★★★☆

The people that work there are always nice and considered.
Both of My Dogs are well taken care off,had both of them spaye'd and all there shots.
Plus the price ,I would have pay'd a lot more any where else.
Plus I can get in real fast

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I have been going to Value Pet Clinic for years. Everyone has always been friendly, knowledgeable, and patient with me.
It IS a walk in clinic so sometimes there is a wait. Even with people, if you go to a walk in clinic you're going to wait. So get over it.
I also learned how important keeping your pet vaccinated is and will continue to keep my pet vaccinated so she doesn't end up with horrible things like Parvo. It helps that the clinic calls with vaccine reminders AND mails post cards.
I fully trust them with my dog. I was aware with surgery that complications could arise and was worried all day. They actually called me when she was out of surgery to let me know she was ok and when I could come get her.
Thank you to the entire staff at Value Pet Clinic. I will continue to brag about you to everyone I know!

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I have been going to Value Pet Clinic for years. Everyone has always been friendly, knowledgeable, and patient with me.
It IS a walk in clinic so sometimes there is a wait. Even with people, if you go to a walk in clinic you're going to wait. So get over it.
I also learned how important keeping your pet vaccinated is and will continue to keep my pet vaccinated so she doesn't end up with horrible things like Parvo. It helps that the clinic calls with vaccine reminders AND mails post cards.
I fully trust them with my dog. I was aware with surgery that complications could arise and was worried all day. They actually called me when she was out of surgery to let me know she was ok and when I could come get her.
Thank you to the entire staff at Value Pet Clinic. I will continue to brag about you to everyone I know!

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I have been going to Value Pets since we have lived in the area so almost five years now. As a person with a busy schedule it's great that they have a walk in clinic for shots and other routine stuff. I gt my dog dewomed there and they are supposed to charge us for 6 units of medicine because of his weight but they only charge for two each time which saves me a ton of money.

To the person who said that their dog died of Parvo. Our other dog had Parvo. We took him to Small Animal Clinic (I think that's what it's called, by the new Walmart) and they were awesome they even donated some of the medicine to us. But, I would just like to say that Parvo is a horrible disease for dogs and as the vet told us their is no guarantee that they will recover. We spent $1200.00 (that's after the free stuff) and they still told us he may not get better. Thankfully he did

I think of them like a quick care that humans use but for animals

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I have been going to Value Pets since we have lived in the area so almost five years now. As a person with a busy schedule it's great that they have a walk in clinic for shots and other routine stuff. I gt my dog dewomed there and they are supposed to charge us for 6 units of medicine because of his weight but they only charge for two each time which saves me a ton of money.

To the person who said that their dog died of Parvo. Our other dog had Parvo. We took him to Small Animal Clinic (I think that's what it's called, by the new Walmart) and they were awesome they even donated some of the medicine to us. But, I would just like to say that Parvo is a horrible disease for dogs and as the vet told us their is no guarantee that they will recover. We spent $1200.00 (that's after the free stuff) and they still told us he may not get better. Thankfully he did

I think of them like a quick care that humans use but for animals

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I took our 9 month old Weimaraner to get neutered. I had never been to this clinic before so I was very nervous after reading some of the reviews on here, but there was absolutely no need to be. The staff was wonderful with my pet and with answering all of the questions I had. The clinic was very clean and they took excellent care of my big boy. I feel terrible for some of the people that had bad experiences, but I don't feel that it was a direct result of the vet care that they were given. There are always risks involved with surgical procedures. It is sad that not all pets come through surgery complication free, but owners should use common sense as to whether they should return to the vet for follow up care. A vet can not properly diagnose a pet based on words.

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I took our 9 month old Weimaraner to get neutered. I had never been to this clinic before so I was very nervous after reading some of the reviews on here, but there was absolutely no need to be. The staff was wonderful with my pet and with answering all of the questions I had. The clinic was very clean and they took excellent care of my big boy. I feel terrible for some of the people that had bad experiences, but I don't feel that it was a direct result of the vet care that they were given. There are always risks involved with surgical procedures. It is sad that not all pets come through surgery complication free, but owners should use common sense as to whether they should return to the vet for follow up care. A vet can not properly diagnose a pet based on words.

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I have had nothing but positive experiences with Value clinic. The staff are empathetic and take the time to explain things. I almost lost a dog to a bad virus 3 years ago and they were able to save him :) Monday I had to take my puppy in and he's very sick and AGAIN they rushed to his aid and kept me calm while staying empathetic. Pitbulls are one of the breeds that can catch parvo even being vaccinated and that's what happened to my puppy Jackson. He is now at home recovering with antibiotics and his IV treatment every 8 hours. He is DOING great! I want to say thank you to everyone at the clinic.

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I have had nothing but positive experiences with Value clinic. The staff are empathetic and take the time to explain things. I almost lost a dog to a bad virus 3 years ago and they were able to save him :) Monday I had to take my puppy in and he's very sick and AGAIN they rushed to his aid and kept me calm while staying empathetic. Pitbulls are one of the breeds that can catch parvo even being vaccinated and that's what happened to my puppy Jackson. He is now at home recovering with antibiotics and his IV treatment every 8 hours. He is DOING great! I want to say thank you to everyone at the clinic.

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Blah Blah Blah! To much Money, Not Value Clinic, Vet not for less, This is all Whiny babies, I have lived in puyallup for a short period of time now, and even though not every day is the same results but i find them caring for the animals then i see in the Clients, the prices is much more reasonable then other pet clinic, especially down the road. I have witness much more humanly efforts in these doctors as i have intended. I lost a friend and i took to value pet clinic to be taken care for even though prices does not matter! Prior to my hardship, other clinic to my sup rise they want to charge me 10X more than Value Pet Clinic. I chose Value Pet Clinic cause the environment that made my friend feel during th visit happy. Complaining about the prices don't have pets

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★★★★★

Blah Blah Blah! To much Money, Not Value Clinic, Vet not for less, This is all Whiny babies, I have lived in puyallup for a short period of time now, and even though not every day is the same results but i find them caring for the animals then i see in the Clients, the prices is much more reasonable then other pet clinic, especially down the road. I have witness much more humanly efforts in these doctors as i have intended. I lost a friend and i took to value pet clinic to be taken care for even though prices does not matter! Prior to my hardship, other clinic to my sup rise they want to charge me 10X more than Value Pet Clinic. I chose Value Pet Clinic cause the environment that made my friend feel during th visit happy. Complaining about the prices don't have pets

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I recently went into Value Pet Clinic to have my cat seen. He had a giant abcess on his side he must have gotten in a cat fight. The veterianarian recomended surgery to have it lanced and flushed. I had just recently been off of work for a couple months and didn't have much money. I really felt like I was a bad pet owner for not being able to take care of my poor cat. The assistant was very nice and worked with me to see what I could afford, they were able to clean up the wound awake and sent me home with antibiotics to give him. They told me that the just meds might not completly take care of the infection (but it did! it ended up healing great!!) I really appriciate them working with me!!! I will definately go back and thank them so much for working with me!!!

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I recently went into Value Pet Clinic to have my cat seen. He had a giant abcess on his side he must have gotten in a cat fight. The veterianarian recomended surgery to have it lanced and flushed. I had just recently been off of work for a couple months and didn't have much money. I really felt like I was a bad pet owner for not being able to take care of my poor cat. The assistant was very nice and worked with me to see what I could afford, they were able to clean up the wound awake and sent me home with antibiotics to give him. They told me that the just meds might not completly take care of the infection (but it did! it ended up healing great!!) I really appriciate them working with me!!! I will definately go back and thank them so much for working with me!!!

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I will continue to go back to Vets for Less/Value Vets and here's why...

A few years ago I took my dog to the Petsmart clinic in Silverdale, Wa. The nurse who looked at our dog and administered her shots informed me that she wasn't yet accredited. That in itself should have been an indication to me that I put my animal in the wrong hands. This was the first pet I had owned and I wasn't aware how the "vet tech" accreditation system worked. When I purchased my dog she had been spayed and still had suchers on her abdomen, which I was told would dissolve. However, she began growing a large bubble on her stomach. While in the Petsmart clinic I inquired as to whether or not this could be a cyst, they told me yes and that eventually it would absorb into the body. I am NOT a vet, I do not claim to understand animal science, I was only assuming. I expect my vet to know the answer, because he has the degree. A few days later my dog started bleeding from her suchers, this time I took her to Vets for Less/Value Vets because we had a family friend who worked there. The Dr. there informed me it was NOT a cyst. My dog had become allergic to her inside suchers and her body was trying to reject them. Her insides were trying to push out and the only thing holding them in was the outside suchers. I understand that there was no way the original doctor who put them in would foresee this occurring, but the Petsmart Vets should have have known. Vets for Less/Value Vets took my dog in, did the surgery that day and only charged me for the anesthetic. Which they didn't have to do, but I appreciated because I had just paid Petsmart for their services (not cheap by the way). Bottom line, two other vets screwed up, but "Value Vets" caught it. I'm not saying that makes them perfect or that they do it right every time, but this establishes them as good vets to me. Eventually, the dog made a full recovery and remained very healthy.

I know that what they did for me was a favor. Not everyone will get a discount if they go here, although the prices are very affordable none-the-less.

I can empathize with people who feel they were treated poorly and/or they didn't have the experience they felt they deserved. On the flip side of the coin I have also been present on the busiest of days, with neurotic and unreasonable customers who feel their animals deserved precedence and I have witnessed the staff handle all of that efficiently and respectably.

Having been in a similar job, I recognize that you can't please everybody 100% of the time, some days will be better than others. What I know is that the care I have received, as well as my pets, has been timely and thorough. It's a great value but I believe your experience here depends on you, your expectations and your attitude.

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I will continue to go back to Vets for Less/Value Vets and here's why...

A few years ago I took my dog to the Petsmart clinic in Silverdale, Wa. The nurse who looked at our dog and administered her shots informed me that she wasn't yet accredited. That in itself should have been an indication to me that I put my animal in the wrong hands. This was the first pet I had owned and I wasn't aware how the "vet tech" accreditation system worked. When I purchased my dog she had been spayed and still had suchers on her abdomen, which I was told would dissolve. However, she began growing a large bubble on her stomach. While in the Petsmart clinic I inquired as to whether or not this could be a cyst, they told me yes and that eventually it would absorb into the body. I am NOT a vet, I do not claim to understand animal science, I was only assuming. I expect my vet to know the answer, because he has the degree. A few days later my dog started bleeding from her suchers, this time I took her to Vets for Less/Value Vets because we had a family friend who worked there. The Dr. there informed me it was NOT a cyst. My dog had become allergic to her inside suchers and her body was trying to reject them. Her insides were trying to push out and the only thing holding them in was the outside suchers. I understand that there was no way the original doctor who put them in would foresee this occurring, but the Petsmart Vets should have have known. Vets for Less/Value Vets took my dog in, did the surgery that day and only charged me for the anesthetic. Which they didn't have to do, but I appreciated because I had just paid Petsmart for their services (not cheap by the way). Bottom line, two other vets screwed up, but "Value Vets" caught it. I'm not saying that makes them perfect or that they do it right every time, but this establishes them as good vets to me. Eventually, the dog made a full recovery and remained very healthy.

I know that what they did for me was a favor. Not everyone will get a discount if they go here, although the prices are very affordable none-the-less.

I can empathize with people who feel they were treated poorly and/or they didn't have the experience they felt they deserved. On the flip side of the coin I have also been present on the busiest of days, with neurotic and unreasonable customers who feel their animals deserved precedence and I have witnessed the staff handle all of that efficiently and respectably.

Having been in a similar job, I recognize that you can't please everybody 100% of the time, some days will be better than others. What I know is that the care I have received, as well as my pets, has been timely and thorough. It's a great value but I believe your experience here depends on you, your expectations and your attitude.

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value pet clinic (used to be named vets for less), has been my regular vet since i have lived in this area, at least 5 years. they have had some changes with staff and doctors, but they are good people. they really do care about you, and your animals. just go in there one day, and take alook around. meet the people that you will be working with your animals, if you dont like them, go somewhere else, but they have been nothing but nice, HONEST people to me.

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value pet clinic (used to be named vets for less), has been my regular vet since i have lived in this area, at least 5 years. they have had some changes with staff and doctors, but they are good people. they really do care about you, and your animals. just go in there one day, and take alook around. meet the people that you will be working with your animals, if you dont like them, go somewhere else, but they have been nothing but nice, HONEST people to me.

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i am so surprised on all of these bad reviews. i have been going to this clinic for several years. Dr. Snyman, the owner has done knee surgery on my dog, at half the price of the other vets, but double the care. i go in there all the time for routine things like nails and vaccines, and the prices your cant find anywhere else, and they are fast! the front desk girls, and the assistants are very nice and helpful. one day when i was in there, a man brought in a litter of half dead puppies. the man left the puppies, and all of the staff ended up saving the puppies lives, and nursing them back to health for weeks. these people do have a large amount of clients, so some people don't like the "in and out" idea of it. but it works for me, and i will forever take my babies to them. i trust them 110%

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i am so surprised on all of these bad reviews. i have been going to this clinic for several years. Dr. Snyman, the owner has done knee surgery on my dog, at half the price of the other vets, but double the care. i go in there all the time for routine things like nails and vaccines, and the prices your cant find anywhere else, and they are fast! the front desk girls, and the assistants are very nice and helpful. one day when i was in there, a man brought in a litter of half dead puppies. the man left the puppies, and all of the staff ended up saving the puppies lives, and nursing them back to health for weeks. these people do have a large amount of clients, so some people don't like the "in and out" idea of it. but it works for me, and i will forever take my babies to them. i trust them 110%

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I took my cat to Vets for Less at the recommendation of my sister in law. I wasn't impressed with the front desk staff. They weren't "rude" they just weren't friendly. The doctor I had for my cat seemed to be very competent and caring. She gave me several options for care and answered all my questions. Addressing prices, I spent a total of $500 for my cat. Unfortunately, he wasn't able to pull through his liver failure and he ended up being put to sleep. I feel that Pets for Less is cheaper for routine office visits, vaccinations and euthanasia services. Blood work and diagnostic testings (ie: x-rays, ultra sounds, etc), I didn't feel, were any cheaper than my normal vets office. I probably would've spent the same amount of money had I taken my cat to my normal vet (River Rd Animal Hospital)

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I took my cat to Vets for Less at the recommendation of my sister in law. I wasn't impressed with the front desk staff. They weren't "rude" they just weren't friendly. The doctor I had for my cat seemed to be very competent and caring. She gave me several options for care and answered all my questions. Addressing prices, I spent a total of $500 for my cat. Unfortunately, he wasn't able to pull through his liver failure and he ended up being put to sleep. I feel that Pets for Less is cheaper for routine office visits, vaccinations and euthanasia services. Blood work and diagnostic testings (ie: x-rays, ultra sounds, etc), I didn't feel, were any cheaper than my normal vets office. I probably would've spent the same amount of money had I taken my cat to my normal vet (River Rd Animal Hospital)

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I've used "Vets4Less" for a number of years solely for routine vaccinations and rabies shots ONLY. I do not recommend them for any type of surgery major or minor or anything else for that matter. One time when I took my dog in for routine yearly shots I asked the vet to take a look at his eye, (he had been pawing at it for a couple days and I couldn't see anything). The vet took a look at the eye, no drops, no light, and said he didn't see anything and it was fine. Well I took him to his "regular" vet a couple days later and found out he had a sliver in his eye that needed to be removed. This is why I will not endorse anything but simple shots. They are affordable, (cheap to be honest), and I take my dogs there simply because the extra $50 my vet tacks on for the 'office visit' in addition to the cost of shots I feel is asinine.

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I've used "Vets4Less" for a number of years solely for routine vaccinations and rabies shots ONLY. I do not recommend them for any type of surgery major or minor or anything else for that matter. One time when I took my dog in for routine yearly shots I asked the vet to take a look at his eye, (he had been pawing at it for a couple days and I couldn't see anything). The vet took a look at the eye, no drops, no light, and said he didn't see anything and it was fine. Well I took him to his "regular" vet a couple days later and found out he had a sliver in his eye that needed to be removed. This is why I will not endorse anything but simple shots. They are affordable, (cheap to be honest), and I take my dogs there simply because the extra $50 my vet tacks on for the 'office visit' in addition to the cost of shots I feel is asinine.

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This place is indeed just about the cheapest place to get something done. However, it really can make your pet hate going to the vet as they are very rough with the animals. They don't really seem to enjoy working with them. It is like taking kids to the dentist, it is worth a few extra dollars to go somewhere that makes it fun for the patient or pet (whatever the case may be)

PROS: Cheap, good location
CONS: People not really nice to animals

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This place is indeed just about the cheapest place to get something done. However, it really can make your pet hate going to the vet as they are very rough with the animals. They don't really seem to enjoy working with them. It is like taking kids to the dentist, it is worth a few extra dollars to go somewhere that makes it fun for the patient or pet (whatever the case may be)

PROS: Cheap, good location
CONS: People not really nice to animals

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WASTE OF MONEY-AND HE NEARLY LOST HIS EYE!!!
WENT THERE WITH AN EYE INFECTION, THEY TOOK SOME TESTS, BUT NOT THE RIGHT ONES, SHE THOUGHT IT WAS SOME SORT OF EYE TRAUMA, BUT NOT SURE GAVE HIM STEROIDS REFERED TO A SPECIALIST CAUSE SHE WAS NOT SURE, I ASKED IF THEY DID THE DYE TEST OR ARE PRESCRIBING ANTIBIOTICS "NO HE DONT NEED THEM" ????? SO THE REFERED SPECIALISTS CANT GET APPOINTMENTS WITH THEM IETHER AND THIS VET WAS OF NO HELP TO ASSIST, GETTING MY DOG IN ANYWHERE.
ANYHOW BY 1 1/2 DAYS HE LOOKED BAD, BAD AND CALLED MY REGULAR VET EXPLAINED THE SITUATION, WENT IN HAD SWAB TEST , GOT ANTIBIOTICS, PAIN MEDS AND FOLLOW CALLS FROM THEM NOT ONLY THE NEXT DAY BUT SEVERAL TIMES, HE IS STILL RECOVERING AND THANK GOD STILL HAS HIS EYE, WOULD HAVE BEEN BETTER OFF WALKING INTO EMERGENCY HOSPITAL, PAYING TWICE AS MUCH, BUT GETTING PROPPER DIAGNOSIS ---I HAD TO PAY $200.00 FOR A WRONG DIAGNOSIS THEN PAY AGAIN TO TAKE HIM TO A REAL VET. BY THE WAY THAT IS EAST MAIN ANIMAL HOSPITAL THEY CARE ABOUT YOUR PET.

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WASTE OF MONEY-AND HE NEARLY LOST HIS EYE!!!
WENT THERE WITH AN EYE INFECTION, THEY TOOK SOME TESTS, BUT NOT THE RIGHT ONES, SHE THOUGHT IT WAS SOME SORT OF EYE TRAUMA, BUT NOT SURE GAVE HIM STEROIDS REFERED TO A SPECIALIST CAUSE SHE WAS NOT SURE, I ASKED IF THEY DID THE DYE TEST OR ARE PRESCRIBING ANTIBIOTICS "NO HE DONT NEED THEM" ????? SO THE REFERED SPECIALISTS CANT GET APPOINTMENTS WITH THEM IETHER AND THIS VET WAS OF NO HELP TO ASSIST, GETTING MY DOG IN ANYWHERE.
ANYHOW BY 1 1/2 DAYS HE LOOKED BAD, BAD AND CALLED MY REGULAR VET EXPLAINED THE SITUATION, WENT IN HAD SWAB TEST , GOT ANTIBIOTICS, PAIN MEDS AND FOLLOW CALLS FROM THEM NOT ONLY THE NEXT DAY BUT SEVERAL TIMES, HE IS STILL RECOVERING AND THANK GOD STILL HAS HIS EYE, WOULD HAVE BEEN BETTER OFF WALKING INTO EMERGENCY HOSPITAL, PAYING TWICE AS MUCH, BUT GETTING PROPPER DIAGNOSIS ---I HAD TO PAY $200.00 FOR A WRONG DIAGNOSIS THEN PAY AGAIN TO TAKE HIM TO A REAL VET. BY THE WAY THAT IS EAST MAIN ANIMAL HOSPITAL THEY CARE ABOUT YOUR PET.

Pros: WALK IN

Cons: I HAD A BETTER IDEA OF WHAT WAS WRONG, THAN A LICENSED CLINI

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Value Pet Clinic is a low-cost veterinary clinic chain operating in the Seattle area.





Since we are a walk-in clinic you can come in whenever it suites you - no need to make appointments!





Our professional and courteous staff seek to provide the best possible medical, surgical and dental care for their highly-valued patients.





We offer some of the lowest prices for surgical procedures and medications.










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