Appalachian-New River Veterinary Associates
- CalebApr. 17, 2019Very Poor Experience
I was disappointed to find out that my dogs test results came in yesterday and were not delivered to me. My girlfriend had to call to find out that your office had received them. Once, we were told that your office had the results we were told we would have to wait until the following day for a vet to tell us the results. We ended up having to come to your office and demand the a copy of the results. On top of it all we had our normal vet reach out yesterday to your office and request the results of the test as well and she didn’t receive them until we forwarded her a copy. This should not be the process for notifying us our 3 year old dog has Lymphoma, I will be urging people to stay away from your practice after this awful experience!
- ShannonFeb. 19, 2018Great vet in Boone!
This is the vet for my 2 dogs and they are GREAT! Not sure why the other person reviewing was so disgruntled. Appalachian New River Vet is fantastic. I like that they several vets in the office (all great) so you aren't out of luck if one if on vacation etc. I've been very happy with the care and find them to be in line price wise with other vets, or better.
- StephanieMore than a year agoOnly concerned about making money.
They only care about their own bank account. I am in town for longer than expected due to a medical issue in my family and ran out of my dog's prescription dog food. This was the third vet I went to in order to buy his food. The other two offered to order it for me with a faxed prescription from my vet at home, but did not carry it. This vet had the food on the shelf, but refused to sell it to me without examining my dog first. Why on earth I would choose to purchase this very expensive food if he didn't need it? I understand that it is a prescription and they have to obey laws, but the others were willing to accept a prescription from my vet at home. In the middle of my family emergency, they were unwilling to help me. Obviously no empathy toward my situation. Obviously no empathy toward my poor dog who is almost out of his prescription medicine. I'll drive as far as I need to to get my little buddy his dog food, but I won't have him "treated" by a vet whose priority is charging for unnecessary visits.