4900 Lake Underhill Rd.,
Orlando , FL 32807 UNITED STATES
Based on 5 reviews
Need a trim? Go HereIt took me months to find a affordable grooming place for my cat. My poor kitty was all mated and desperatly needed some maintance. I took her in, and the service was a great and they gave her a great lions cut for a good price. Plus they kept her calm enough to not be sedated, which is an A+ in my book. This was a super clean, friendly place and I felt completly comfortable w/ leaving my cat there all day.
Great people!We took our new puppy here for her check-up, which came free from the pet store. They were wonderful in advising us what she had already had done and what she would require in the near future. We've ended up at vet that is closer to our home (better for emergencies and such) but would definitely reccommend this vet to anyone closer to them.
Underhill Animal Hospital...the BEST!I take my Boxer to Dr. Kelley Cole-Stanko who is not only the most kind hearted and compassionate vet I've ever met, but also extremely knowledgeable about Boxers and all other dogs and cats. She makes herself available for inquiries and is always happy to help. My Boxer had some issues as a young pup, but is now the epitome of good health, which I give her total credit for. She recently helped me with my 18 year old cat with declining health and a dog I rescued. Her advice has pulled us through tough situations.
Avoid this place!I have been taking my dog to Underhill Animal Hospital for nearly 6 years now and always found them to be very professional and courteous. Recently however, things seem to have gone downhill.
Don't support this place.I took my ferret to this place - bad, bad idea, insane waste of money. The only thing I'd ever get done here is routine vaccinations for dogs & cats. I brought my poor little ferret in, and after 5 minutes of googling his symptoms at home I thought he had adrenal disease - he had CLASSIC symptoms. This vet was just like "oh, well, he doesn't seem muscle wasted, here's some appetite stimulant." I didn't even bother correcting him and immediately found out if my dad's old vet took ferrets, because he didn't even mention adrenal disease. My old/new vet (Dr. Bacia of powers drive animal hospital) took one look at him and started him on treatment for adrenal disease, which turned out to be correct. If I'd kept going here, I would have spent 300+ on bloodwork for my ferret, when any remotely ferret knowledgeable doctor would have recognized his illness fairly quickly. I do not take kindly to vets who pretend they know what they are doing at the cost of the animals' safety and wellbeing. Don't give this guy your money.
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