Camelot Veterinary Services

Camelot Veterinary Services
Camelot Veterinary Services 169 Shepard Lane
Uniontown, PA 15401

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About Camelot Veterinary Services

Camelot Veterinary Services is a Veterinarians facility at 169 Shepard Lane in Uniontown, PA.
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Practice Camelot Veterinary Services
Services Camelot Veterinary Services practices at 169 Shepard Lane, Uniontown, PA 15401.

Veterinarians offer general and emergency pet care services. Some veterinarians offer 24 hour emergency services-call to confirm hours and availability.

To learn more, or to make an appointment with Camelot Veterinary Services in Uniontown, PA, please call (724) 437-7838 for more information.
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Recent Reviews
Was this provider's staff friendly?
Friendly Enough
Does this provider treat every client equally?
Sometimes, but not all the time
Does this provider maintain a professional appearance?
No, he/she did not appear to care very much
Has this provider ever cancelled your appointment on you last minute?
They try not to, but sometimes it happens.
Was this provider argumentative or easily angered?
Somewhat, they didn't want to listen to almost anything I said
by Anonymous
A good enough vet but overpriced. I was charged for a recheck and, as a senior citizen, may have to rethink my financial ability to keep a companion pet if all vets are this expensive.
by grandma
I've never seen a provider look so unprofessional. They obviously do not care about their appearance here because they looked like slobs. It was very clear that they didn't take pride in their office's appearance. In fact, the office was disgusting. They needed to pay a little more attention to detail, to make sure they didn't make any mistakes. I could tell their entire attention wasn't focused on me. I wasn't impressed with their staff. They didn't make me or my pet feel welcome. They told me a little bit about my treatments' risks and benefits, but I still didn't feel like I knew as much as I wanted to know.
by Upset/Anonymous