I took my iguana here when he had some lumps forming on the skin on his stomache, at first I liked this vet because he knew exactly what to give my Dino and then it cleared up shortly after. But then I took him after another incident where he may have fractured his leg and I had to pay $96 for the doctor to take an x-ray and tell me his calcium was low and to feed him romaine lettuce and broccoli to boost it up. Now any iguana owner out there should know that you do NOT feed your iguana lettuce at all! There is not NEARLY enough nutrients in it for them. This vet clearly had no idea what he was talking about. So I took matters into my own hands and did some research and boosted him calcium up my self. I will never take him back there. Someone contact me if you know of any good Lizard vets out there. THANKS!
I stopped here looking for a kitten to adopt, and with the persuasion of a staff member, I left with one the same day. I believe I paid $65 for him. The staff was very friendly and the place seemed to be very clean. The only thing I didn't like were the prices for all the visits and shots. I believe I paid more than I was quoted the day I bought the kitten.