Reviews

NORTH PENINSULA VETERINARY EMERGENCY CLINIC

5 stars Verified customer

The service they had provided me and for my dog was great. Although the wait is long, it is understood that this is a first come first serve place. I get to visit my baby boy today, and in hopes that he is alright.

5 stars Customer since 2017

I was very happy with how well Abbie was taken care of. I was also treated very well. I was so worried and everyone was very helpful and caring. thank you for all you do!

5 stars Customer since 2017

Buster is doing fine ! Tears of joy. Great staff and Doctor was so kind and very helpful. The price was not bad and gave me more than a paid for. Very caring ..

Thank you so much.

5 stars Verified customer

This was my second trip to the Clinic and the service/care was excellent again. I especially appreciate the staff availability for followup questions.

5 stars Customer since 2017

Great staff. Glad they are there!

5 stars Customer since 2017

Best experience possible considering my Sailor kitty was so sick. Front office staff and Dr. Danielson were so caring.

5 stars Customer since 2017

My dog had no symptoms other than a totally lethargic behavior, which was not normal.

I needed the reassurance, which I got, after she was totally examined by the Vet. There

was nothing found that would make her so passive. I brought her home, being advised to

watch for any symptoms.

Nothing occurred and she seems like herself today. I was much relieved. I really am

glad to have found that nearby emergency office since SAGE moved.

5 stars Customer since 2010

We have always gotten great care and help. It’s always stressful when it’s late and you have a sick animal, but they really try to be helpful.

5 stars Customer since 2014

The doctors and staff were kind and extremely knowledgeable. They took great care of my dog.

5 stars Customer since 2017

It's early Sunday morning and your dog can't stop hacking and coughing. We brought our 15 year old long-haired chihuahua here to find out what we could do to help his cough, which had started a couple of days prior and didn't get better. The vet listened to us, then listened to our pet's lungs. She detected a heart murmur and some fluid in his lungs, so what we thought might be kennel cough turned out to be diagnosed as mild congestive heart failure. She took blood work, x-rays and started him on Lasix to get rid of the fluid. Naturally, because he's a chihuahua, he didn't cough once in the seven hours he was in the clinic, but about two blocks after he went into the car, he started hacking. So, we asked the vet and she gave us some cough medicine that seems to help.

These folks are good at triage and at identifying issues. But, just like an ER for humans, they get their patients patched up, but insist that you bring them to what they call a "day vet" as soon as possible to get more specialized care. The vet told us to get our guy to see a cardiologist. We'll be trying to arrange that today.

Also, just like an ER for humans, this place is not inexpensive. But they are good and when your pet needs help, they seem to be a good place to go. Our dog is not terribly good with people he doesn't know, but he was very calm and cooperative with the two people that took care of him, so that tells you that they are very good with animals.