Dr. Mushkot and his staff are capable, caring and attentive. He has kept our dogs and cat healthy for 10 years, assisting our family in a couple of very difficult situations. Recommended. Not available after hours, though.
Calgrove Kennels have been caring for our pets for the past 5 years. I never worry about anything when we have to leave town, because I know that not only are my cat and dog receiving the best care in the cleanest facility, but they actually somehow manage to train my yellow lab while she's there! She always returns happy, tired, and better behaved. Highly recommended, the ultimate peace of mind.
We have been patients of Dr. Powell since our first child was born in 1995, and since then, nearly every doctor in that office has saved our lives at least once. Dr. Mark attended to my 3-week old baby when she contracted spinal meningitis, Dr. Schlundt stitched my 2 year old's face after a dog bite, Dr. Gokey diagnosed a difficult blood infection and administered antibiotics immediately to save my 6-year old... And I could go on and on. They are busy, but there are enough competent and caring physicians in that office to handle all of their patients. I highly recommend them to eveyone I know.
My kids have been attending CKD classes for over 3 years with David Dunn, Neal Abrams, etc.- and the many black belts who assist. I can't recommend this organization enough! They nurture, teach, support, encourage, and even scold, but when he says "cultivating high character in the lives of individuals" he is not just making a claim. David knows each kid by name and exactly what they are capable of. It isn't just about fighting and sport, I see kids with a level of self-esteem and presence that only a role model with this kind of integrity can offer.
And they really compete- and they're real winners.
I brought my lab here for a cough, because my regular vet's teenage receptionist told me he was not available and I was worried. The "doctors" at Canyon Country Animal Hospital told me it was rat poisoning (!) and insisted she be put on an IV right away, she spent the night. They told me to call the police and report it. I freaked out trying to imagine where she could've gotten rat poison! The next day they said it must have been an amphetamine instead (I guess because she's hyper) and they gave her anti-seizure medication! They charged me $700. for all of this and never addressed the cough at all.
When I took her to my regular vet then (Adobe) Dr. Mushkot had no idea what they were thinking. If it had been rat poison, she would not be coughing, and if it was just a cough, there would be no worry of seizures...
So I was screwed badly by this place and they took advantage of my situation. Not recommended.