About 5 or 6 years ago our female terrier mix dog got a huge gash in her right side. We think a owl got a hold of her. She finally showed up around 2 am in the morning bleeding pretty good on her side and very weak. While we were on our way to the vet. we stopped 2 times because we thought we had lost her. We called Robin and she meet us at her office. Robin did surgery that night and our terrier stayed about 3 days. She was not sure if she would make it or not. She made it. Robin did an excellent job and is a very caring vet. I would take any animal I have to her without question. If you love your pet you will see Robin.
It's very easy to have a bad experience with your loved one when they're ailing. I'd say the 2012 review by supposed, petlover was an emotionally driven cheap-shot. Robin is very busy, very well liked in our community and isn't about to put cash over your pet's well-being. Gainsville vet clinic has always been there for us, both Robin and Dr Main are caring individuals and will tend to your needs as the professionals they are. Yes, we've had times with certain problems when they weren't able to help us, but hindsight proved to us, Robin only turned down a case for our pets well-being, not because they were rude or uncaring. She obviously was intelligent enough to know, our pet needed to be in a 24-7 hospital setting with constant observation, which they don't profess to offer. Had she been, "money hungry" she would have taken our loved one in and things probably would have went south from there. Our pet ended up needing exploratory surgery in the middle of the night. THANKFULLY, Robin was smart enough, and cared enough, to send us to a hospital. Robin and Dr. Main are two of the nicest, caring, most informative people we've used for over 16 years in the area. So, consider what it is you're asking of them before you start calling them unwarranted names. FYI: Dr. Main does the out of office farm calls, Robin does the smaller animals/in clinic services. Couldn't ask for a better team when your loved ones and farm animals are in need! We're so thankful these folks are here!
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