Every time I go into HVC I always have a great experience, as a new pet owner I felt like they really cared about the needs of my pet and where more than willing to give me tips to help with day to day activities. People come from all around to get their care and now I know why! Thanks again HVC!
HVC will always be the team I trust with my pets. They are hands down the most knowledgeable, loving and compassionate vets and staff I’ve ever had the pleasure of knowing. Dr. Drish and Dr. Fishbaugher took excellent care of my Cooper. I will forever be grateful for the love they showed him during his final moments.
A.S., Facebook Review
I want to send a shout out to Hometown Veterinary Clinic. They took are of Puppy Duke when he was a young pup to the time he passed. They were so patient with Dave and I as we said our good byes, cried, and spent our last few minutes with our fur baby, We brought him home tonight and (as weird as this might sound) I am at peace. I still cry for him. He was my friend, companion and comforter. He loved me when I couldn’t be loved and I loved him unconditionally. I miss him meeting me at the door when I come home, his snuggles, farts and snoring, I miss our morning conversations and snuggles. He will forever be in my heart. Fur babies make our lives complete!
T.K., Facebook Review
So thankful for Dr. Snyder and Vet Tech Sierra! Yo-Yo the chameleon had a bottom half problem! They were very knowledgeable and solved the problem fast! Came in with a growly chameleon and left with a happy chameleon!
S.K., Facebook Review
They are so caring and compationate always! They were able to get my wounded dog in after hours for surgery and called afterwards to let me know how everything went, which was good because i was worried. I was able to get her the very next day and they thoroughly explained everything about her meds, what to watch for. I love this place they always go above and beyond!
C.H., Facebook Review
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