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Rating: 5.0

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(5.0 out of 5, based on 2 reviews)

12115 Leavitt RDOberlin, OH 44074
440-774-4542

936 miles away
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Deefahrney
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Rating: 5

The Best Vet

posted 5 years ago

Doc. Doud takes great care of your animals. Understands that you view them as family members. When we had to put our dog down he came to our place of residence, so that it would be easier for our pet and us. He stayed with us and talked with us. Now we continue to go back with our other dogs he, is always willing to give us the time of day and care for our pets.

Pros: It is all good!

Cons: Wish he was god!

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Bfriden
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Rating: 5

Best Vet Ever

posted 5 years ago

This is the best vet I have ever had the are so knowledgeable and caring. My dog loves going to them and they take good care of her. They are a full service clinic and even take care of farm animals. I would recommend them to anyone.

Pros: Knowlegeable, Caring

Cons: Kinda Out of the Way

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