What our Clients Say About Us:
When my cat Harriette had to be put to sleep last year, two very compassionate ladies came to my home to comfort Harriette in her final hours, but also comforted myself and my nephew. She was a big part and a joy to our family and she is still very much missed. Many heartfelt thanks go out to all of the River Road Vets and the entire staff of the clinic. Not only do you care for each and every animal that you see and treat, but you also give that same compassion and understanding to people who love their pets. Many best wishes to all of you, and we hope from the Hicks home that you have a wonderful and joyous holiday season.
I want to thank you for 22 years of compassionate and skillful care of my animals and especially for my last 14 years with Ilsa. Ilsa has come in with a ripped chest, a torn ear, a dog bite in the skill, a gouge in her hindquarters and the usual and ordinary things. Thanks to you and your dedicated staff, she has recovered from the unusual events and maintained good health and great joy all these years. It has been a comfort to know you were there. Thank you for today, too. Your gentleness and understanding are deeply appreciated. Also, your skill and compassion in helping Ilsa out of a lot of discomfort. The greatest gift has been your calm presence and swift aid when Ilsa has needed attention. Thank you for so many things.
Please tell Harpo's friends at RRVC that he’s home doing well, but ever-so-slightly indignant over his meager rations. We slept together last night and are very grateful to all of you and your emergency help. We worried over the worst, so your counsel meant a lot. We’ll let you know the ultimate outcome. Again, thanks for all your concern.Gaal and Jack
Thank you, thank you! You saved Sandstreak’s life. Three weeks ago, I called because I was worried about our little Russian Tortoise, who has been with us for two years. Normally, he’s quite active and has a healthy appetite. But now, suddenly (within a day), he wasn’t moving at all and had swollen eyelids and bubbles around his mouth. Elisa, who answered the phone, said that this was an emergency and that I should bring him in right away. Half an hour later, you were examining him and expressing great concern. He was very sick with a respiratory infection. You gave him fluid and prescribed antibiotic injections, taking care to figure out just the right dose and course of treatment. I went home with a bottle of antibiotic, a bag full of syringes and needles, a dietary supplement, detailed instructions on how to care for him, and with a fear that he was going to die. Well, three days later, I called you again with great news. Sandstreak perked up, and started drinking and eating and moving about. Now, he is bright, voracious, and active as usual. What an amazing recovery! My husband and I and our young son (who gave Sandstreak his name) are relieved and delighted.We are very grateful to you and your wonderful staff for recognizing our pet’s illness and taking such good care of him.
Thank you for helping Gela and me (and for all the flowers) through another year. All the best for you!Martina
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