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Sonora Veterinary Specialists
4015 East Cactus RoadPhoenix, AZ 85053
Hours: 24 hours
797 miles away
Reader's Reviews (9)
Sonora Vet Hospital
posted 5 years ago
My big Yorkie girl had an enlarged heart and she was a patient at Sonora for 1 1/2 years. What a wonderful place Sonora is...not only for the gentle and knowledgeable care they give our pets, but for the comfort and care they also extend to us who wait.
I took my Lovey yesterday to be given up to her creator and they were so good to me! And so loving to my girl. I came away feeling that she had been loved by everyone right up to the very last minute.
Each time I took her to Sonora, the doctors, techs and I honestly discussed her condition and what help we could give that would help her but not be an heroic measure. Quality of life was always an issue. The doctors were always honest with me and I could call any hour or the night or day to talk to a vet if I was concerned about what was happening with my Lovey.
Lovey was a happy little yorkie right up until the moment of her death...and I thank these people with all my heart for extending her life until it was no longer possible for her to enjoy living, but became a burden for her.
Thank you again, each one of you at Sonora, for loving her and caring for me at the same time. I can never tell you what this experience has meant to me and to many others who have been there with their little friends.
My very highest recommendation to all those working at Sonora!
Pros: What a wonderful hospital!
Cons: Not one negative word do I have.
0 of 4 people found this review helpful.
posted 5 years ago
After having been in the veterinary industry for 20 years,I hope that the hospital will post the veterinarians oath on the wall and make all the doctors read it. Maybe they will think about why they wanted to become a veterinarian. "I solemnly swear to use my scientific knowledge and skills for the benefit of society through the protection of animal health, the relief of animal suffering, the conservation of livestock resources, the promotion of public health and the advancement of medical knowledge.
I will practice my profession conscientiously, with dignity and in keeping with the principles of veterinary medical ethics.
I accept as a lifelong obligation the continual improvement of my professional knowledge and competence".
Learn to have some compassion for those who may not have a full bank account. I'm not talking about working for free. Just think twice before you put an animal down that has the potential for a full and happy life.
Cons: all about the money
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