At one time this was a good place to provide healthcare for your animals. It is no longer the same. I brought my cat in for many visits and was encouraged to do hundreds and hundreds of dollars of bloodwork, all the while I never knew my cat was terminally ill with cancer. The blood work was checking the thyroid and other levels to to see if my cat could have surgery to remove a mass. I come to find out from another veterinarian that my cat was not even able to have surgery due to the type of mass she had. The vet also administered double the dose of subcutaneous fluids. I checked with 2 other vets and both said my cats suitable dose was 100 ml. The vet at Ani-mall gave 220 ml. My cat could have been on a medication to aid with the Cancer but she was not, as when I found out how serious it was and was told about a possible medication from another veterinarian to give her, it was too late. It is never something you want to hear that your pet is terminally ill, however, when I am paying a veterinarian to provide care, I want accurate information, to know what is going on, and I want to treat the real, underlying problem, and not be led in circles. Although I believe there is a woman vet there that is friendly and knowledgeable, I would be VERY hesitant to trust this veterinary practice with the care of your animals.