My first experience with Indian Trail Animal Hospital was very good. Our old vet retired, and I have no confidence in the person who took over her practice. He's very radical and jumps to expensive dangerous methods before doing the simple things to cure a dog. My dog is having an issue with her paw. Without doing any tests the other vet said she wanted to do surgery. A friend refereed me to Indian Trail Animal Hospital, and I took my dog to Dr. Tabony for a second opinion. She told me my dog could have been seriously injured or could have lost a toe or become lame if the other vet would have done surgery in that spot. Dr. Tabony put her on an anti-inflammatory and antibiotic and after almost a week her foot is almost healed. I do a lot of research about dog foods and alternative medicine and Dr. Tabony knew a lot about that as well, which gave me a lot of confidence in her. Her assistant Julie was also very sweet, and so was everyone at the desk. They all came over to say hello to Lucy and to pet her. After this experience I've decided to switch Lucy over to Indian Trail Animal Hospital.
After having bad experiences with two other vets in the area, I started bringing my pets to Indian Trail Animal Hospital and was very pleased with their service. I saw Dr. Wolf and she was wonderful with my pets, and would go through any test results with me and answer any questions. I moved too far away to take my animals there anymore and I will miss them, I only hope I can find a new vet office as good with friendly staff and knowledgeable veterinarians.
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