Mercy Animal Medical Center

Mercy Animal Medical Center
Mercy Animal Medical Center Long Beach, CA 90805

Mercy Animal Medical Center

Mercy Animal Medical Center is a Animal Hospital facility in Long Beach, CA.
Primary Specialty

Animal Hospital

Services Mercy Animal Medical Center practices at Long Beach, CA 90805.

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 Mercy Animal Medical Center in Long Beach, CA, please call (562) 423-5458 for more information.
Consumer Feedback
(5 Reviews)
4 star average for Service
3 star average for Environment
4 star average for Expertise
5 star average for Staff
5 star average for Recommended
5 star average for Value
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Recent Reviews
This veterinarian was friendly to both me and my pet, which I thought was nice. They were very kind and welcoming. They almost always have a promotion or special going on. Whether its a complimentary consultation for new clients or a percent-off a certain service, I always get some sort of discount. They always made sure that I wasn't in any pain. They had some of the best pricing I have ever seen. It even seemed to be a little under what other veterinarians in the area charge, so needless to say I was pleasantly surprised. The waiting room here is spacious. I never feel like I have to sit too close to someone or that it is overcrowded.
by Suzi
January 16, 2014
When our cat, Lola, got sick, we couldn’t afford to bring her to an expensive vet, so we settled on Mercy Animal Medical Center because our family members recommended it. Apparently, they are now under new management because the service we received was not what we were led to believe. When we brought our cat in to the center, we let Dr. Kamal know that we were low on cash and wouldn’t be able to afford over a certain amount of money. He reassured us that it would not be a problem as long as we left a $100 deposit and would pay the rest when they were done with the procedures. We paid the $100 as we left the clinic and he said he would call us around 6:00 p.m. to let us know how she was doing. At about 7:30 p.m. I got a phone call from his secretary saying that our cat had recovered and was ready to come home; I sped down to the clinic right away. When I got there Dr. Kamal brought me to her kennel. She was still hooked up to the IV but was lying on the cold, metal kennel floor; she had no blankets or towels to keep her warm. I was upset seeing my cat being treated this way, but I figured I was taking her home now anyways so she’d be more comfortable soon. He informed me that she was doing a lot better but wasn’t quite ready to come home yet. I thought it was very odd that he said that because the phone call I received told me she was ready to come home. Before I could ask anything, he directed me to the front desk to talk to his secretary. I thought she would set me up with an appointment in the morning to check up on how my pet was doing, but I was mistaken. She demanded the rest of the payment, which would’ve been fine if I knew in advance, but my boyfriend, who had the money, was at work and couldn’t come down to pay. He tried telling her that he was at work at the moment and the reason why we couldn’t pay right then was he couldn’t leave work to do the transaction. She continued to push the issue that we needed to pay the remaining balance or our cat would be sent home. After hearing this, my boyfriend gave her his card information to make an over-the-phone transaction. She processed the transaction but we were short $45 out of the $300 we already paid. Because we were unable to pay the full amount, Dr. Kamal sent our cat home and told us to come back in the morning when we had the rest of the money. Sadly, Lola died about an hour after she came home; she was only 18 months old. After we buried her the next morning, we went back to Mercy Animal Medical Center and informed them of our loss. Dr. Kamal told us that we no longer had to pay the remaining balance of $45 that was so important the night before. They seemed very unsympathetic to the situation and, as we were leaving, offered us a free replacement cat. After this tragic incident I would highly advise you NOT to go to this clinic. It may be inexpensive but is it really worth your pet’s life?
by Anonymous
February 09, 2011
Recent Polls
Did you leave the animal hospital feeling satisfied with your visit?
Was this provider's staff friendly?
Yes, they went above and beyond
Was there annoying music playing while you waited or during your visit?
Yes, but it didn't bother me much
Does this provider remember you by name?
Every single time, even if it's been months since my last appointment!!
Was this animal hospital's staff friendly?
Yes, they went above and beyond
by Anonymous
May 19, 2013
Has this provider ever cancelled your appointment on you last minute?
Never, they are very reliable.
Does this veterinarian send reminder cards for your pets annual check-up?
Always. Not only do they send reminder cards, they also send adorable cards during the holidays
Was the waiting area spacious?
Does this provider leave you on hold for a long time when you call?
No, they are really great about answering the phone right away
Was your pet well taken care while being boarded here?
Yes, my pet always seems well taken care of when boarded here
by Sandieszoo
November 08, 2012
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