Case Veterinary Hospital
- KimberlyMore than a year agoGreat For Italian Greyhounds!
I hate to discredit other reviewers, but my puppy visit was only about $150-200 with case, which I thought was a deal considering they give you a free bag of food and toys! They are always professional and if they make you wait too long they give you a discount. I feel safe bringing my IGGY there because one of the vets has one himself as well as one of the nurses. Maybe a bit pricey, but you get what you pay for when it comes to good care.
- Hannah MMore than a year agoBEST ORTHO IN SAV!!
My puppy, Tybee, who is 6 years old and my right hand man tore his ACL at the end of last year. Without resources to get it fixed immediately, he ended up having a partial tear in his second leg as well. Frantic and unable to see my pup in so much pain, I began searching for a vet to perform surgery to correct this problem (at an actual price we could afford.) First we checked out a TPLO specialist, the price was far too high for a young military couple, and the separation (for physical therapy) was a hard pill to swallow. My dog is very attached to me, and over a month apart would destroy his heart. So I called every vet and vet hospital within a 200 mile radius of our then home in Beaufort, SC. After much debate we settled on getting his surgery done at Case Veterinary Hospital in Savannah, GA by Dr. Mike Ammermon. Immediately, Dr. Ammermon made us feel good in our decision by taking care to answer every single question we had – and never rushing us. He had taken a large amount of time out of his busy schedule to make sure prior to surgery that Tybee was feeling ok and if there was anything he needed (we had about a month between when we became in contact to when the surgery was scheduled.) We decided to go with the TTA surgery (bilateral) and have both legs operated on at the same time for a hopefully quicker recovery. We haven’t regretted that decision for one moment. After about a week, we picked Tybee up from Case and brought him home. Though the first few weeks were rough, he immediately began to walk better (something I hadn’t seen in a long, long time.) At his 6 week checkup, we saw from the xrays that everything was healing properly. By his 12 week checkup, he even gave Dr. Ammermon a lick on the face! (A huge accomplishment for Tybee has a serious case of white coat syndrome.) We recently moved to Savannah, but even before we had we agreed that coming to Case was well worth the hour drive. Each and every time we visit, we are treated with such kindness, and after every visit Dr. Ammermon makes sure to call and give us thorough updates. I have never been more satisfied with any procedure or service that is offered at Case. If your pup is suffering from a torn ACL or needs any type of orthopedic work, I would highly recommend Dr. Ammermon at Case Veterinary Hospital and the TTA surgery. Not only will your pup thank you, you will NOT be let down. I can only give them my upmost thanks for everything they have done for me and my Tybee.
- AnneMore than a year agoCase was the BEST!
After 13 years of bringing joy to my family my little shitzu got very ill and passed away. The staff at Case was so understnding and professional, they fought hard to stabilize him when we brought him in ( near dead) and even brought him back to life after he flatlined, unfortunatly his little body said "enough" and passed on; but I will never forget and forever appreciate the care and comfort that Case provided for him. I have two other dogs that they provide care for and ALL of their vets know their stuff, explain it well and give my dogs the attention adn care that they need...two thumbs WAY up Case.