"Everyone at the office makes you feel like they are all a part of your family and take the time to show they care about the pets you bring in. I always feel like me and my dog(s) and cat are the only ones there when we have appointments. Millie is very laid back and welcoming and truly a caring vet. Doctor Mike really knows his stuff and makes sure to relay that information in easy to understand terms." --CR
"Drs. Millie and Mike are the best! The new clinic is beautiful but for me it is the people. All the staff is friendly helpful and just down right wonderful. Thanks for always being there for Lucas Louie and Me too!" --TW
"I LOVE the new hospital! I also love that everyone who works there knows me and my dog and what's going on. I love that you all listen to what I have to say and are very thorough about answering my questions and offering alternatives and suggestions. I also love that you make follow-up calls, and that I get a quick call-back when I initiate an email or phone call."--BP
"My dog was exceptionally frightened and you did an excellent job of making the visit as comfortable as possible for her. Thank you!" --RC
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