This facility may be okay for well visits and vaccinations, but I don't recommend it for sick pets.
This morning, when I attempted to transfer my cat from an overnight emergency clinic to his office, I was turned away. Dr. R. agreed IV treatment was necessary for my cat's failing kidneys; however, he insisted it must be performed by "critical care specialists."
Our cat recovered from an incident just like this one when we lived in another state, by a regular ole' vet, with IV saline mixed with a few common medications. It is NOT a difficult or complex treatment.
Thankfully, I had no trouble finding other vets willing to administer appropriate treatment to my cat, which saved me well over $2400.00 ($600.00 vs. $3-4,000 at a special-care office).
Here's the most aggravating part: I presume Dr. R would have been comfortable euthanizing my cat- but was not willing to perform standard conservative treatment to try to save her life.
The low-cost office visit fee appeals to clients who are on a tight budget. However, most of us are not able to afford the high cost of specialized care, and the vet is unwilling to try conservative treatments. That makes this office truly expensive- either in money, or in the unnecessary euthanization of beloved pets.
Update- two days later: My cat is doing so well she may be able to come home a day early!