I have two 13-yo dogs. The vet found cancer in one of the dogs and sent me to a specialist. Dog is terminally ill but has been getting chemo and is not in pain. The tumor is currently shrinking but will start growing again soon. The other dog has bronchial problems and is being sent to a dental specialist for dental cleaning. While the vet is not providing complicated procedures for my dogs, I would not expect him to be able to treat either the cancer or bronchial problems for my geriatric pets.
Aztec has been my vet for many years. Dr. Murry has seen me through four dogs and one cat. They have been very good to my animals-- and very caring. They were so good to me when they had to see me through having to put down three of the dogs-- very caring. I have had to quit having a pet because of my physical condition-- can't care for one like it should be cared for-- and I will certainly miss Dr. Murry and his staff. All I have now are strays that live outdoors.
They made sure every single question I had was answered, and are always available if I think of any more questions I want answered. Their staff is the most friendly, welcoming staff I've ever dealt with. They are so warm and professional, and make the whole experience that much better. I was so impressed with the progress I was able to make after visiting them. All my questions were answered, and I feel a lot more confident and hopeful about the future. The office was very easy to locate. I didn't have any trouble finding it at all. My pets are excited every time we visit. Dr Murry helped save a dog that was found on side of road and was "knocking on heavens door" and did not think twice. I adopted her and she loves visiting his office.
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