The vets and staff were wonderful even though Charlie was awful. They managed to do what needed to be done, and were very kind in helping me to treat the nasty scratch that Charlie gave me (my hand is fine, by the way). Thanks as always for excellent the care over these past 16+ years.
They are so friendly in this office. Doctor Sara is so sweet she always remembers all my pets names and what I had brought them in for in the past, when she sees me. I would recommend this clinic to everyone!
Cherie is a certified medical alert dog. Therefore, her health is very important. No only is Cherie a wonderful and caring little Poodle person but I depend on my medical alert dogs 24/7. There aren't enough words to express how Dr. Dunop and his staff have treated her. Her care and treatments were fully explained. We have received follow-up calls to be sure she is doing alright. Their care far exceeds some we have received in the supposedly 'human medical' services. We believe she is receiving the best medical care possible.
Our little 'Cherie' was referred to the Austin Veterinary Diagnostic Hospital by our hometown doctor. We live approximately 2 1/2 hours away from Austin. The travel and time required to bring Cherie to Austin is very much worth the effort. Dr. Dunop and his staff have worked to keep our local doctor up to date on all treatments and meds. Hopefully we will not have any emergencies but it is good to know if one does arrive, she will be able to receive the best of care.
We would definitely recommend the group to any pet owner.
I was most impressed with my experience. Dr. Barrett and his assistant were welcoming, took good, thorough care of my cat, and explained everything to me. The office staff was friendly and efficient. Overall, it was a great experience.
Brought our pup in as a Saturday emergency. AVDH took her in, looked at her and helped her out. She's completed taking her antibiotics, is happy and is once again outside playing with her sister and older cousin. Life is good.
I was seen because my dog was bit by another dog. The receptionist was very helpful and got us in immediately which was excellent. The vet examined my dogs leg and he had a few lacerations. A treatment plan was outlined and I received an estimate for $1200.00. I was not given a plan B just told this was a proposed plan.
My husband and I decided not to peruse this expensive option but decided to treat our dog with antibiotics and let it heal by secondary intent which was not given to me as an option. I am in the health care industry and I know what treatment options are for humans. The vet then said he should do fine with that plan. When I arrived home I realized that my dogs wounds had not been irrigated out. My husband and I irrigated them out ourselves.
Overall I did not find the care reassuring or adequate. I feel that secondary options should be discussed that are within reason. I also felt when we did not pursue the original plan my dogs wounds were not attended to adequately and his care was no longer a priority.