Glendale Animal Hospital Inc

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  • 1710 Wheeling Ave

    Glen Dale, WV 26038

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  • 304-845-5454

About Glendale Animal Hospital Inc

Hours
Wed 8am-5pm, Thu-Fri 7:30am-6pm, Sat 8am-1pm

Pets & Animals

Pets & Animals
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Several months ago we took our small Chihuahua to be seen by Dr. Martin and Dr. Stoehr. Our dog suffered what seemed to be a stroke and was not eating and running around in circles. This had been going on for a few weeks after we had him seen by another Dr. in Wheeling. Dr. Stoehr gave us some soft canned food to see if he would eat and some meds to see if he would straighten up and get more responsive. After a few days we received a phone call from Dr. Stoehr telling us that she had talked to 3 other Veterinarians about our case and they all agreed that there was not much to do other then expensive tests or wait to see what happens.
Over the next several days he got a little better then went down hill fast. We met with the Dr. and decided the best thing to do was put him down so he would not suffer any further. They were very kind and compassionate with the care they gave our dog at the end. A few days after our ordeal we received a very nice card from their office expressing their sympathy about the loss of a pet. They did not have to do that. That goes to show you that they care about their clients and their pets. Thank you.

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Several months ago we took our small Chihuahua to be seen by Dr. Martin and Dr. Stoehr. Our dog suffered what seemed to be a stroke and was not eating and running around in circles. This had been going on for a few weeks after we had him seen by another Dr. in Wheeling. Dr. Stoehr gave us some soft canned food to see if he would eat and some meds to see if he would straighten up and get more responsive. After a few days we received a phone call from Dr. Stoehr telling us that she had talked to 3 other Veterinarians about our case and they all agreed that there was not much to do other then expensive tests or wait to see what happens.
Over the next several days he got a little better then went down hill fast. We met with the Dr. and decided the best thing to do was put him down so he would not suffer any further. They were very kind and compassionate with the care they gave our dog at the end. A few days after our ordeal we received a very nice card from their office expressing their sympathy about the loss of a pet. They did not have to do that. That goes to show you that they care about their clients and their pets. Thank you.

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on november 24th 2010 i had took my 2 year old yorkie to glen dale animal hospital to have an emergency c-section and spay. when i took her in they said she was going into shock and was a little dehydrated, but she would be ok with iv fluids, that should get her stable before the csection. they did the procedures then called me and said she was doing fine and we could pick her up at 4. we picked her up they gave us the care procedure and acted as if she was going to be fine. all day after we brought her home she was squalking and screaming. we thought it wasnt normal but maybe some dogs take pain differently. we couldnt call them because they were closed so we called another place and they said she should not be like that. the minute we got off the phone with the other place my dog started vomiting black stuff, then more, then more, then even more.. i no longer got on the phone with the same vet i just called and my dog stopped breathing....so needless to say our dog died on thanksgiving day. i just want to know what happened. and i feel like she may have been worse off before they did the csection but they stil did the procedure and took my money.. i read the previous review and thought the same thing about that place...i want answers. that same lady signed my dogs paper work as the doc who did the procedure so she will be hearing from me very soon..... very dissappointed in the animal care these days....

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on november 24th 2010 i had took my 2 year old yorkie to glen dale animal hospital to have an emergency c-section and spay. when i took her in they said she was going into shock and was a little dehydrated, but she would be ok with iv fluids, that should get her stable before the csection. they did the procedures then called me and said she was doing fine and we could pick her up at 4. we picked her up they gave us the care procedure and acted as if she was going to be fine. all day after we brought her home she was squalking and screaming. we thought it wasnt normal but maybe some dogs take pain differently. we couldnt call them because they were closed so we called another place and they said she should not be like that. the minute we got off the phone with the other place my dog started vomiting black stuff, then more, then more, then even more.. i no longer got on the phone with the same vet i just called and my dog stopped breathing....so needless to say our dog died on thanksgiving day. i just want to know what happened. and i feel like she may have been worse off before they did the csection but they stil did the procedure and took my money.. i read the previous review and thought the same thing about that place...i want answers. that same lady signed my dogs paper work as the doc who did the procedure so she will be hearing from me very soon..... very dissappointed in the animal care these days....

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My experiences with Glendale Animal Hospital started in 1993, when clinic was staffed by Dr. Cooper. He was an excellent vet, who treated my mini schnauzer as a puppy. However, Dr. Cooper left and Dr. Martin assumed his practice. She treated my mini schnauzer, which included surgery for stage 1 Mast cell and did an excellent job of treating her with outstanding results. However, this year, 2009, my mini schnauzer was diagnosed with mast cell on her shoulder. I was very unsatisfied with the quality of treatment provided - the vets at this practice appear to be "too busy" to talk to the owners, so they rely on their staff. My mini schnauzer's tumor was not fully removed and a drain was not placed in the wound, which caused great discomfort for my pet. No follow-up was discussed and when I found another growth on her check, she was scheduled for removal, but it was not performed - pending additional expensive testing by Ohio U. Bottom line, my 12 yr. old schnauzer continued to decline and was euthanized by Dr. Martin on 8-12, approx. 4 mos after this horrible ordeal began. Dr. Martin, in my opinion has totally taken her eye off the ball and appears to be more interested in charging for expensive procedures and a large staff, and her new building, rather than taking care of her patients. I now have a schnauzer puppy and you can be assured that I am not risking her health to the care of Dr. Martin.

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My experiences with Glendale Animal Hospital started in 1993, when clinic was staffed by Dr. Cooper. He was an excellent vet, who treated my mini schnauzer as a puppy. However, Dr. Cooper left and Dr. Martin assumed his practice. She treated my mini schnauzer, which included surgery for stage 1 Mast cell and did an excellent job of treating her with outstanding results. However, this year, 2009, my mini schnauzer was diagnosed with mast cell on her shoulder. I was very unsatisfied with the quality of treatment provided - the vets at this practice appear to be "too busy" to talk to the owners, so they rely on their staff. My mini schnauzer's tumor was not fully removed and a drain was not placed in the wound, which caused great discomfort for my pet. No follow-up was discussed and when I found another growth on her check, she was scheduled for removal, but it was not performed - pending additional expensive testing by Ohio U. Bottom line, my 12 yr. old schnauzer continued to decline and was euthanized by Dr. Martin on 8-12, approx. 4 mos after this horrible ordeal began. Dr. Martin, in my opinion has totally taken her eye off the ball and appears to be more interested in charging for expensive procedures and a large staff, and her new building, rather than taking care of her patients. I now have a schnauzer puppy and you can be assured that I am not risking her health to the care of Dr. Martin.

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