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Neponset Pet Center & Animal Hospital

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    961 William T Morrissey Blvd
    Dorchester, MA 02122-3223
    (617) 288-2333


    Full Service Veterinary Hospital for Dogs, Cats and Small Animals located in Dorchester, MA.

    BOARDING

    169950ATTR:FOODS

    170010ATTR:PET DAY CARE

    170100ATTR:GROOMING SALON

    246020ATTR:PROFESSIONAL GROOMING

    246021ATTR:FULL SERVICE

    DENTISTRY

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    VACCINES

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                        Full Service Veterinary Hospital for Dogs, Cats and Small Animals located in Dorchester, MA.

                        BOARDING

                        169950ATTR:FOODS

                        170010ATTR:PET DAY CARE

                        170100ATTR:GROOMING SALONmore

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                          christinn n.

                          2013

                          From Local.com

                            Neponset Pet Center & Animal Hospital

                            OK, so here's what happened today with Elf. Elf went in to Neponset Animal Hospital on January 19, 2013 to be groomed, with possible sedation, because of all his matted fur. The groomer, Gina, who was so nice, tried really hard to get as many mats as possible without sedation, and without stressing out Elf. He had had enough and started to put up a fight so she stopped. Dr. Domit gave him a full exam and read his blood work that I brought along. She felt a mass inside Elf. He was also dehydrated. It was determined that Elf was in no shape to be sedated--he could have died under sedation. After lunch Dr. Domit called me. She told me that she suspected Elf had cancer and suggested an x-ray. She also said that she suspected that Elf was older than the 12 years we had previously thought he was. I called Judy at NVHS, from whom I had just adopted this very sweet, older, neglected, and tossed out cat the Saturday prior. I told her what was going on. She suggested I not get the x-ray figuring it wouldn't help him anyway even if it did show something. After a consultation with the owner and the doctor I decided to go ahead with the x-ray, provided Elf went along with it as well, just to be sure of what was going on. They assured me that if Elf showed any signs of stress they would stop. I was told he actually did quite well, but that there is a mass, which is most likely cancer. I was told he could get an ultrasound, but I declined saying I would take him home and make him as comfortable as possible for the remainder of his days. Elf was given fluids, and Olivia cleaned his ears and showed me how to give fluids at home. I was present and made sure he was OK with all of this. I then put him in his carrier with a can of food, which he ate up. I was sent home with the fluids and ear medicine. He doesn't have mites, just a lot of gunk. The whole ordeal took so long because they knew he was an old man, and they wanted to take their time and not stress him out. He is home now where he will stay. I fed him again when I got in and gave him water. He only ate a little because he had just eaten, but he did drink a good amount of water. Right now he is curled up in his bed by the heater in the bathroom. He is free to come and go as he pleases. I will do everything in my power to make his last days very comfortable and stress-free. This poor cat has had a hard life. He was terribly neglected by his prior owner and dumped in the street. Thankfully, Elf was rescued by a wonderful woman. He was seen by another vet at first and immediately went into foster care. We knew he was old, but I wanted to have him spend his remaining time in my loving home with my other two cats and me. I don’t know how any human can do such a thing to another living being. It’s happening everywhere and these rescuers can only do so much. They have big hearts and empty pockets. Thank you Neponset Animal Hospital for the kindness and compassion you showed me that day. I will never forget it.

                            christinn n.

                            2013

                            From Local.com

                              Neponset Pet Center & Animal Hospital

                              OK, so here's what happened today with Elf. Elf went in to Neponset Animal Hospital on January 19, 2013 to be groomed, with possible sedation, because of all his matted fur. The groomer, Gina, who was so nice, tried really hard to get as many mats as possible without sedation, and without stressing out Elf. He had had enough and started to put up a fight so she stopped. Dr. Domit gave him a full exam and read his blood work that I brought along. She felt a mass inside Elf. He was also dehydrated. It was determined that Elf was in no shape to be sedated--he could have died under sedation. After lunch Dr. Domit called me. She told me that she suspected Elf had cancer and suggested an x-ray. She also said that she suspected that Elf was older than the 12 years we had previously thought he was. I called Judy at NVHS, from whom I had just adopted this very sweet, older, neglected, and tossed out cat the Saturday prior. I told her what was going on. She suggested I not get the x-ray figuring it wouldn't help him anyway even if it did show something. After a consultation with the owner and the doctor I decided to go ahead with the x-ray, provided Elf went along with it as well, just to be sure of what was going on. They assured me that if Elf showed any signs of stress they would stop. I was told he actually did quite well, but that there is a mass, which is most likely cancer. I was told he could get an ultrasound, but I declined saying I would take him home and make him as comfortable as possible for the remainder of his days. Elf was given fluids, and Olivia cleaned his ears and showed me how to give fluids at home. I was present and made sure he was OK with all of this. I then put him in his carrier with a can of food, which he ate up. I was sent home with the fluids and ear medicine. He doesn't have mites, just a lot of gunk. The whole ordeal took so long because they knew he was an old man, and they wanted to take their time and not stress him out. He is home now where he will stay. I fed him again when I got in and gave him water. He only ate a little because he had just eaten, but he did drink a good amount of water. Right now he is curled up in his bed by the heater in the bathroom. He is free to come and go as he pleases. I will do everything in my power to make his last days very comfortable and stress-free. This poor cat has had a hard life. He was terribly neglected by his prior owner and dumped in the street. Thankfully, Elf was rescued by a wonderful woman. He was seen by another vet at first and immediately went into foster care. We knew he was old, but I wanted to have him spend his remaining time in my loving home with my other two cats and me. I don’t know how any human can do such a thing to another living being. It’s happening everywhere and these rescuers can only do so much. They have big hearts and empty pockets. Thank you Neponset Animal Hospital for the kindness and compassion you showed me that day. I will never forget it.

                              christinn n.

                              2013

                              From Local.com

                                Neponset Pet Center & Animal Hospital

                                I am a student at UMass Boston and I was assigned a project to do for one of my classes. The project consisted of gathering data for so many weeks, making a graph, and writing a paper on our findings. I chose to do my project on discovering how many felines came into an animal clinic/hospital, and out of those felines how many were there to get spayed and how many to get neutered. I contacted Neponset Pet Center and Animal Hospital and asked if they would be willing to provide me with the data. I will not reveal my findings to protect their privacy, but I want it to be known that they went out of their way for several weeks to gather this data for me. I cannot thank them enough. I sent a thank you card, but I wanted to do something more, which is why I am making this post. It made me feel so good inside to know that there are local businesses out there who are willing to help, just for the asking. I have written other posts about NPC, all good, and will continue to do so. The owner and staff went out of their way to help me and I want to publicly thank them. Thank you everybody! By the way, I got an A on my presentation.

                                christinn n.

                                2013

                                From Local.com

                                  Neponset Pet Center & Animal Hospital

                                  Another trip to Neponset Animal Hospital. I am so grateful to the staff for their kindness and professionalism. Everybody I came in contact with was so nice. Other businesses could learn a lesson from them. As usual the hospital was spotless and very neat. It is very pleasing to the eye.

My cat Jack had blood in his stool so I rushed him over on October 12. I saw Dr. Henry who couldn't have been nicer. They did a fecal, which came out negative, blood work, which turned out to be fine, x-rays, and gave me Flagyl to give to Jack twice a day for 4 days. Dr. Henry also recommended that I put Jack on the WD RX food for 2 weeks, which I did. A day later Dr. Keith called me with the results of Jack's blood work. When I finished up the food I put him back on Science Diet indoor formula and Pro Plan wet food. Within 3 days I saw a bloody stool again. Not knowing NAH did ultrasounds I called the VCA in Weymouth and made an appointment. When I went to NAH today to pick up Jack's x-rays I had a consultation with Dr. Keith who suggested I refill the Flagyl and also give Jack, Drontal, a dewormer, which we spoke about over the phone as another option when she called me. She also suggested he go back on the WD since that seemed to work out well.

Neponset Animal Hospital is one of the best hospitals around. I can honestly say this, having been to a few different ones, including Angell Memorial Hospital. I always leave NAH feeling better about the given situation than when I went in. I cannot commend the staff enough. Everybody, from the doctors to the staff take the time to go over everything with you and are willing to answer any questions you may have. As I was standing at the counter waiting for my meds to be filled the owner came by and asked me if I was all set. That was so nice and I felt that it put a personal touch to my situation. It made me feel special. That's a nice feeling to have when you're dealing with a business. I highly recommend Neponset Animal Hospital

                                  christinn n.

                                  2013

                                  From Local.com

                                    Neponset Pet Center & Animal Hospital

                                    On 6/15/09, once again I had to take one of my cats to Neponset Pet Center, and once again I left there with a smile on my face. I can't tell you how many businesses I leave angry and disgusted because of the uneducated, uninformed ignorance of most employees, regardless of their field. The staff here, and I can't say this enough, are so professional, but not in a stuffy way. There's a nice balance of professionalism, and warmth and friendliness. While Benjamin and I were waiting to see the vet, I was looking at all of the bags and cans of food neatly stacked on the shelves. Once again the place was immaculate down to the bathroom. I can't say enough good things about NPC. Each time I go in there it's a pleasant experience, even with a sick pet. BTW Benjamin is just fine, in fact, the vet tech even complimented me on how beautiful he is.

                                    christinn n.

                                    2013

                                    From Local.com

                                      Neponset Pet Center & Animal Hospital

                                      I have, in the past, taken my cat, Max, there a few times when my regular veterinarian was unavailable. If it weren't for NPC giving me an emergency appointment my beloved cat would have died long ago. They diagnosed and treated him for a bladder infection, which if left untreated, is very painful and very dangerous for a male cat. The cost did not vary much from my regular vet, and the staff could not have been nicer to my cat and me. While being examined, the vet tech kissed him on the head! I was so impressed with the loving care he was given and how nice they were to me. The exam room and the reception area has always been immaculate, so I don't understand how somebody could write a review saying it was dirty unless something else angered them and it made them feel better to make up something negative.

A couple of years ago my niece rushed her little Yorkie mix in for an emergency visit. She had to leave her there and when she went back with her mother, her mother was on the verge of hysteria wanting poor little Rosie. Instead of telling my sister to be quiet or asking her to wait outside, they smiled and calmly got Rosie and brought her out. That did it for my niece that day; she told me she wouldn't even think of going anywhere else.

Last Friday morning my friend called to make an emergency appointment for her cat, Oscar. He had stopped eating and was very thin. My friend was afraid this was really bad news, which, unfortunately for her, it was. She was given an appointment for nine thirty that morning. The first thing we noticed when we pulled into the parking lot was that almost all of the parked cars had Pet Friendly license plates, including mine, which benefits the spay/neuter programs. As soon as we walked in we were immediately greeted by the staff. They were kind, courteous and professional. Within ten minutes we were in the exam room with the vet tech and the vet. Dr. Keith examined sixteen year old Oscar and told my friend he had a mass (cancer). She was extremely sympathetic and so kind to us, as was the vet tech. It was quite obvious they chose this profession for their love of animals, not money.

From the moment we walked in until the moment we left we were treated with dignity and respect. The staff was warm and friendly and the entire hospital was visibly clean and obviously not neglected. They even have a mascot, a black and white cat, named Christopher, who sits by the door. As we were leaving the hospital the owner walked in and right away asked us if we needed anything. How's that for service?

                                      christinn n.

                                      2013

                                      From Local.com

                                        Neponset Pet Center & Animal Hospital

                                        I have, in the past, taken my cat, Max, there a few times when my regular veterinarian was unavailable. If it weren't for NPC giving me an emergency appointment my beloved cat would have died long ago. They diagnosed and treated him for a bladder infection, which if left untreated, is very painful and very dangerous for a male cat. The cost did not vary much from my regular vet, and the staff could not have been nicer to my cat and me. While being examined, the vet tech kissed him on the head! I was so impressed with the loving care he was given and how nice they were to me. The exam room and the reception area has always been immaculate, so I don't understand how somebody could write a review saying it was dirty unless something else angered them and it made them feel better to make up something negative.

A couple of years ago my niece rushed her little Yorkie mix in for an emergency visit. She had to leave her there and when she went back with her mother, her mother was on the verge of hysteria wanting poor little Rosie. Instead of telling my sister to be quiet or asking her to wait outside, they smiled and calmly got Rosie and brought her out. That did it for my niece that day; she told me she wouldn't even think of going anywhere else.

Last Friday morning my friend called to make an emergency appointment for her cat, Oscar. He had stopped eating and was very thin. My friend was afraid this was really bad news, which, unfortunately for her, it was. She was given an appointment for nine thirty that morning. The first thing we noticed when we pulled into the parking lot was that almost all of the parked cars had Pet Friendly license plates, including mine, which benefits the spay/neuter programs. As soon as we walked in we were immediately greeted by the staff. They were kind, courteous and professional. Within ten minutes we were in the exam room with the vet tech and the vet. Dr. Keith examined sixteen year old Oscar and told my friend he had a mass (cancer). She was extremely sympathetic and so kind to us, as was the vet tech. It was quite obvious they chose this profession for their love of animals, not money.

From the moment we walked in until the moment we left we were treated with dignity and respect. The staff was warm and friendly and the entire hospital was visibly clean and obviously not neglected. They even have a mascot, a black and white cat, named Christopher, who sits by the door. As we were leaving the hospital the owner walked in and right away asked us if we needed anything. How's that for service?

                                        christinn n.

                                        2013

                                        From Local.com

                                          Neponset Pet Center & Animal Hospital

                                          I have, in the past, taken my cat, Max, there a few times when my regular veterinarian was unavailable. If it weren't for NPC giving me an emergency appointment my beloved cat would have died long ago. They diagnosed and treated him for a bladder infection, which if left untreated, is very painful and very dangerous for a male cat. The cost did not vary much from my regular vet, and the staff could not have been nicer to my cat and me. While being examined, the vet tech kissed him on the head! I was so impressed with the loving care he was given and how nice they were to me. The exam room and the reception area has always been immaculate, so I don't understand how somebody could write a review saying it was dirty unless something else angered them and it made them feel better to make up something negative.

A couple of years ago my niece rushed her little Yorkie mix in for an emergency visit. She had to leave her there and when she went back with her mother, her mother was on the verge of hysteria wanting poor little Rosie. Instead of telling my sister to be quiet or asking her to wait outside, they smiled and calmly got Rosie and brought her out. That did it for my niece that day; she told me she wouldn't even think of going anywhere else.

Last Friday morning my friend called to make an emergency appointment for her cat, Oscar. He had stopped eating and was very thin. My friend was afraid this was really bad news, which, unfortunately for her, it was. She was given an appointment for nine thirty that morning. The first thing we noticed when we pulled into the parking lot was that almost all of the parked cars had Pet Friendly license plates, including mine, which benefits the spay/neuter programs. As soon as we walked in we were immediately greeted by the staff. They were kind, courteous and professional. Within ten minutes we were in the exam room with the vet tech and the vet. Dr. Keith examined sixteen year old Oscar and told my friend he had a mass (cancer). She was extremely sympathetic and so kind to us, as was the vet tech. It was quite obvious they chose this profession for their love of animals, not money.

From the moment we walked in until the moment we left we were treated with dignity and respect. The staff was warm and friendly and the entire hospital was visibly clean and obviously not neglected. They even have a mascot, a black and white cat, named Christopher, who sits by the door. As we were leaving the hospital the owner walked in and right away asked us if we needed anything. How's that for service?

                                          christinn n.

                                          2013

                                          From Local.com

                                            Neponset Pet Center & Animal Hospital

                                            I have, in the past, taken my cat, Max, there a few times when my regular veterinarian was unavailable. If it weren't for NPC giving me an emergency appointment my beloved cat would have died long ago. They diagnosed and treated him for a bladder infection, which if left untreated, is very painful and very dangerous for a male cat. The cost did not vary much from my regular vet, and the staff could not have been nicer to my cat and me. While being examined, the vet tech kissed him on the head! I was so impressed with the loving care he was given and how nice they were to me. The exam room and the reception area has always been immaculate, so I don't understand how somebody could write a review saying it was dirty unless something else angered them and it made them feel better to make up something negative.

A couple of years ago my niece rushed her little Yorkie mix in for an emergency visit. She had to leave her there and when she went back with her mother, her mother was on the verge of hysteria wanting poor little Rosie. Instead of telling my sister to be quiet or asking her to wait outside, they smiled and calmly got Rosie and brought her out. That did it for my niece that day; she told me she wouldn't even think of going anywhere else.

Last Friday morning my friend called to make an emergency appointment for her cat, Oscar. He had stopped eating and was very thin. My friend was afraid this was really bad news, which, unfortunately for her, it was. She was given an appointment for nine thirty that morning. The first thing we noticed when we pulled into the parking lot was that almost all of the parked cars had Pet Friendly license plates, including mine, which benefits the spay/neuter programs. As soon as we walked in we were immediately greeted by the staff. They were kind, courteous and professional. Within ten minutes we were in the exam room with the vet tech and the vet. Dr. Keith examined sixteen year old Oscar and told my friend he had a mass (cancer). She was extremely sympathetic and so kind to us, as was the vet tech. It was quite obvious they chose this profession for their love of animals, not money.

From the moment we walked in until the moment we left we were treated with dignity and respect. The staff was warm and friendly and the entire hospital was visibly clean and obviously not neglected. They even have a mascot, a black and white cat, named Christopher, who sits by the door. As we were leaving the hospital the owner walked in and right away asked us if we needed anything. How's that for service?

                                            christinn n.

                                            2013

                                            From Local.com

                                              Neponset Pet Center & Animal Hospital

                                              I have, in the past, taken my cat, Max, there a few times when my regular veterinarian was unavailable. If it weren't for NPC giving me an emergency appointment my beloved cat would have died long ago. They diagnosed and treated him for a bladder infection, which if left untreated, is very painful and very dangerous for a male cat. The cost did not vary much from my regular vet, and the staff could not have been nicer to my cat and me. While being examined, the vet tech kissed him on the head! I was so impressed with the loving care he was given and how nice they were to me. The exam room and the reception area has always been immaculate, so I don't understand how somebody could write a review saying it was dirty unless something else angered them and it made them feel better to make up something negative.

A couple of years ago my niece rushed her little Yorkie mix in for an emergency visit. She had to leave her there and when she went back with her mother, her mother was on the verge of hysteria wanting poor little Rosie. Instead of telling my sister to be quiet or asking her to wait outside, they smiled and calmly got Rosie and brought her out. That did it for my niece that day; she told me she wouldn't even think of going anywhere else.

Last Friday morning my friend called to make an emergency appointment for her cat, Oscar. He had stopped eating and was very thin. My friend was afraid this was really bad news, which, unfortunately for her, it was. She was given an appointment for nine thirty that morning. The first thing we noticed when we pulled into the parking lot was that almost all of the parked cars had Pet Friendly license plates, including mine, which benefits the spay/neuter programs. As soon as we walked in we were immediately greeted by the staff. They were kind, courteous and professional. Within ten minutes we were in the exam room with the vet tech and the vet. Dr. Keith examined sixteen year old Oscar and told my friend he had a mass (cancer). She was extremely sympathetic and so kind to us, as was the vet tech. It was quite obvious they chose this profession for their love of animals, not money.

From the moment we walked in until the moment we left we were treated with dignity and respect. The staff was warm and friendly and the entire hospital was visibly clean and obviously not neglected. They even have a mascot, a black and white cat, named Christopher, who sits by the door. As we were leaving the hospital the owner walked in and right away asked us if we needed anything. How's that for service?

                                              christinn n.

                                              2013

                                              From Local.com

                                                Neponset Pet Center & Animal Hospital

                                                I have, in the past, taken my cat, Max, there a few times when my regular veterinarian was unavailable. If it weren't for NPC giving me an emergency appointment my beloved cat would have died long ago. They diagnosed and treated him for a bladder infection, which if left untreated, is very painful and very dangerous for a male cat. The cost did not vary much from my regular vet, and the staff could not have been nicer to my cat and me. While being examined, the vet tech kissed him on the head! I was so impressed with the loving care he was given and how nice they were to me. The exam room and the reception area has always been immaculate, so I don't understand how somebody could write a review saying it was dirty unless something else angered them and it made them feel better to make up something negative.

A couple of years ago my niece rushed her little Yorkie mix in for an emergency visit. She had to leave her there and when she went back with her mother, her mother was on the verge of hysteria wanting poor little Rosie. Instead of telling my sister to be quiet or asking her to wait outside, they smiled and calmly got Rosie and brought her out. That did it for my niece that day; she told me she wouldn't even think of going anywhere else.

Last Friday morning my friend called to make an emergency appointment for her cat, Oscar. He had stopped eating and was very thin. My friend was afraid this was really bad news, which, unfortunately for her, it was. She was given an appointment for nine thirty that morning. The first thing we noticed when we pulled into the parking lot was that almost all of the parked cars had Pet Friendly license plates, including mine, which benefits the spay/neuter programs. As soon as we walked in we were immediately greeted by the staff. They were kind, courteous and professional. Within ten minutes we were in the exam room with the vet tech and the vet. Dr. Keith examined sixteen year old Oscar and told my friend he had a mass (cancer). She was extremely sympathetic and so kind to us, as was the vet tech. It was quite obvious they chose this profession for their love of animals, not money.

From the moment we walked in until the moment we left we were treated with dignity and respect. The staff was warm and friendly and the entire hospital was visibly clean and obviously not neglected. They even have a mascot, a black and white cat, named Christopher, who sits by the door. As we were leaving the hospital the owner walked in and right away asked us if we needed anything. How's that for service?

                                                christinn n.

                                                2013

                                                From Local.com

                                                  Neponset Pet Center & Animal Hospital

                                                  I have, in the past, taken my cat, Max, there a few times when my regular veterinarian was unavailable. If it weren't for NPC giving me an emergency appointment my beloved cat would have died long ago. They diagnosed and treated him for a bladder infection, which if left untreated, is very painful and very dangerous for a male cat. The cost did not vary much from my regular vet, and the staff could not have been nicer to my cat and me. While being examined, the vet tech kissed him on the head! I was so impressed with the loving care he was given and how nice they were to me. The exam room and the reception area has always been immaculate, so I don't understand how somebody could write a review saying it was dirty unless something else angered them and it made them feel better to make up something negative.

A couple of years ago my niece rushed her little Yorkie mix in for an emergency visit. She had to leave her there and when she went back with her mother, her mother was on the verge of hysteria wanting poor little Rosie. Instead of telling my sister to be quiet or asking her to wait outside, they smiled and calmly got Rosie and brought her out. That did it for my niece that day; she told me she wouldn't even think of going anywhere else.

Last Friday morning my friend called to make an emergency appointment for her cat, Oscar. He had stopped eating and was very thin. My friend was afraid this was really bad news, which, unfortunately for her, it was. She was given an appointment for nine thirty that morning. The first thing we noticed when we pulled into the parking lot was that almost all of the parked cars had Pet Friendly license plates, including mine, which benefits the spay/neuter programs. As soon as we walked in we were immediately greeted by the staff. They were kind, courteous and professional. Within ten minutes we were in the exam room with the vet tech and the vet. Dr. Keith examined sixteen year old Oscar and told my friend he had a mass (cancer). She was extremely sympathetic and so kind to us, as was the vet tech. It was quite obvious they chose this profession for their love of animals, not money.

From the moment we walked in until the moment we left we were treated with dignity and respect. The staff was warm and friendly and the entire hospital was visibly clean and obviously not neglected. They even have a mascot, a black and white cat, named Christopher, who sits by the door. As we were leaving the hospital the owner walked in and right away asked us if we needed anything. How's that for service?

                                                  christinn n.

                                                  2013

                                                  From Local.com

                                                    Neponset Pet Center & Animal Hospital

                                                    . I have, in the past, taken my cat, Max, there a few times when my regular veterinarian was unavailable. If it weren't for NPC giving me an emergency appointment my beloved cat would have died long ago. They diagnosed and treated him for a bladder infection, which if left untreated, is very painful and very dangerous for a male cat. The cost did not vary much from my regular vet, and the staff could not have been nicer to my cat and me. While being examined, the vet tech kissed him on the head! I was so impressed with the loving care he was given and how nice they were to me. The exam room and the reception area has always been immaculate, so I don't understand how somebody could write a review saying it was dirty unless something else angered them and it made them feel better to make up something negative.

A couple of years ago my niece rushed her little Yorkie mix in for an emergency visit. She had to leave her there and when she went back with her mother, her mother was on the verge of hysteria wanting poor little Rosie. Instead of telling my sister to be quiet or asking her to wait outside, they smiled and calmly got Rosie and brought her out. That did it for my niece that day; she told me she wouldn't even think of going anywhere else.

Last Friday morning my friend called to make an emergency appointment for her cat, Oscar. He had stopped eating and was very thin. My friend was afraid this was really bad news, which, unfortunately for her, it was. She was given an appointment for nine thirty that morning. The first thing we noticed when we pulled into the parking lot was that almost all of the parked cars had Pet Friendly license plates, including mine, which benefits the spay/neuter programs. As soon as we walked in we were immediately greeted by the staff. They were kind, courteous and professional. Within ten minutes we were in the exam room with the vet tech and the vet. Dr. Keith examined sixteen year old Oscar and told my friend he had a mass (cancer). She was extremely sympathetic and so kind to us, as was the vet tech. It was quite obvious they chose this profession for their love of animals, not money.

From the moment we walked in until the moment we left we were treated with dignity and respect. The staff was warm and friendly and the entire hospital was visibly clean and obviously not neglected. They even have a mascot, a black and white cat, named Christopher, who sits by the door. As we were leaving the hospital the owner walked in and right away asked us if we needed anything. How's that for service?

                                                    christinn n.

                                                    2013

                                                    From Local.com

                                                      Neponset Pet Center & Animal Hospital

                                                      . I have, in the past, taken my cat, Max, there a few times when my regular veterinarian was unavailable. If it weren't for NPC giving me an emergency appointment my beloved cat would have died long ago. They diagnosed and treated him for a bladder infection, which if left untreated, is very painful and very dangerous for a male cat. The cost did not vary much from my regular vet, and the staff could not have been nicer to my cat and me. While being examined, the vet tech kissed him on the head! I was so impressed with the loving care he was given and how nice they were to me. The exam room and the reception area has always been immaculate, so I don't understand how somebody could write a review saying it was dirty unless something else angered them and it made them feel better to make up something negative.

A couple of years ago my niece rushed her little Yorkie mix in for an emergency visit. She had to leave her there and when she went back with her mother, her mother was on the verge of hysteria wanting poor little Rosie. Instead of telling my sister to be quiet or asking her to wait outside, they smiled and calmly got Rosie and brought her out. That did it for my niece that day; she told me she wouldn't even think of going anywhere else.

Last Friday morning my friend called to make an emergency appointment for her cat, Oscar. He had stopped eating and was very thin. My friend was afraid this was really bad news, which, unfortunately for her, it was. She was given an appointment for nine thirty that morning. The first thing we noticed when we pulled into the parking lot was that almost all of the parked cars had Pet Friendly license plates, including mine, which benefits the spay/neuter programs. As soon as we walked in we were immediately greeted by the staff. They were kind, courteous and professional. Within ten minutes we were in the exam room with the vet tech and the vet. Dr. Keith examined sixteen year old Oscar and told my friend he had a mass (cancer). She was extremely sympathetic and so kind to us, as was the vet tech. It was quite obvious they chose this profession for their love of animals, not money.

From the moment we walked in until the moment we left we were treated with dignity and respect. The staff was warm and friendly and the entire hospital was visibly clean and obviously not neglected. They even have a mascot, a black and white cat, named Christopher, who sits by the door. As we were leaving the hospital the owner walked in and right away asked us if we needed anything. How's that for service?

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