Central Animal Inn

Central Animal Inn
Central Animal Inn 224 Rushing Rd.
Herrin, IL 62948

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About Central Animal Inn

Central Animal Inn is a Animal Hospital facility at 224 Rushing Rd. in Herrin, IL.
Primary Specialty

Animal Hospital

Practice Central Animal Inn
Services Central Animal Inn practices at 224 Rushing Rd., Herrin, IL 62948.

Animal hospitals offer general and emergency pet care services. Some animal hospitals offer 24 hour emergency services-call to confirm hours and availability.

To learn more, or to make an appointment with Central Animal Inn in Herrin, IL, please call (618) 993-3205 for more information.
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Recent Reviews
Would you recommend this provider to others?
Were the waiting room chairs comfortable while waiting for your pet?
Was this veterinarian friendly to your pet?
Yes, my pet seemed to really like him/her
Was the wait time for your appointment reasonable once you got to the office?
Does this provider treat their staff well?
Almost always
by Anonymous
Did this provider seem well-trained and experienced?
Yes, they seemed very qualified
Were the staff members able to answer your questions?
Yes! They were the most knowledgeable staff I've ever seen!
Does this provider treat their staff well?
Very! I've never seen an employer treat their staff better
Does this provider remember you and your circumstances at every appointment?
Definitely! They always remember me and make me feel important!
Were you able to relax during your appointment?
Yes, I was completely at ease
by Anonymous
We had an emergency and all this animal hospital could say was how expensive they would be to have to call the "on-call" vet in. Turns out the Vet was there and she did get on the phone, so much for having to call someone in. Again all she could talk about was how expensive it would be to bring an animal in after hours and that no one would be able to watch the dog overnight. I told her she was having trouble breathing and she went into costs and got up to $600 +++to step in the door for an emergency. We were not sure how urgent it was and all she was doing was making it obvious it would not be convenient to come in so we did not go. They never asked questions about the dog or symptoms. The dog had gone to them for 9 years. No compassion for animals that I could tell in an emergency phone call. Well my dad's beloved dog ended up passing away that night, so they might not have been able to help her but we will never know.
by Jd3