We had 2 visits with Leia. The first visit my girls took her. Although the staff is incredibly nice, I do feel the dr over prescribed medications. I really don't think all of the treatment/medications was necessary. I'm a nurse and I understand the reasonings of various medications, but I feel since my girls were young, they were taken advantage of. Esp to the tune of $250 (for a rescue kitten mind you). Some of the treatment was needed (ear mite treatment) but I feel the other 2 shots/antibiotic eye drops were not. The second visit (where I attended) I also feel the dr (different dr) tried to over prescribe. He saw one flea and advised monthly flea treatment. I told him we have never had a flea problem and it was probably from the rescue place. I agreed to a one time treatment but refused consecutive treatments. This visit was another $188 and once we got home, Leia was quite sick and I attribute it to the flea treatment (they didn't have the smaller dose for her size, so they used the next size up and used "only half"). For a kitten, all these medications were too much for her system and consequently she got sick. Luckily, after washing off the residual flea medication, by morning she was feeling a little better. I understand pets are an expense, but I feel that the prices at this establishment are quite elevated in addition to over prescribing unnecessary treatment. In regards to the ear mite treatment, why is there another office visit charge?? Any other vet I've been to would not have charged an additional vet exam fee, just the treatment fee. To me this is just another way to make more money on an already inflated bill. I highly recommended this vet office in the past, but our latest expensive visits with Leia has kind of soured me. I hope this vet establishment really takes into consideration my comments and will make the necessary changes to improve the vet experiences for their customers. The vet tech was wonderful, so loving and caring to Leia. In addition, about a month prior we had our 17 yr old cat put to sleep there and cremated. This bill was a whooping $400 for a cat. This was much more then when we had our big lab put to sleep and cremated at another vet office. Years ago, I chose this vet for their low competitive prices, but I'm not sure what has happened lately.