Dykes Veterinary Clinic

Dykes Veterinary Clinic
Dykes Veterinary Clinic 512 West Laurel Avenue Foley, AL 36535

Dykes Veterinary Clinic

Dykes Veterinary Clinic is a Animal Hospital facility at 512 West Laurel Avenue in Foley, AL.
Primary Specialty

Animal Hospital

Services Dykes Veterinary Clinic practices at 512 West Laurel Avenue, Foley, AL 36535.

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 Dykes Veterinary Clinic in Foley, AL, please call (251) 943-3211 for more information.
Consumer Feedback
(11 Reviews)
4.5 star average for Service
4.5 star average for Environment
5 star average for Expertise
4 star average for Staff
5 star average for Recommended
5 star average for Value
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Recent Reviews
Pet concern and care exceptional. Compassion in the loss of a pet meant much to me.
I need to let everyone know that Cleo died because I took her to Dykes Animal Hospital on Friday, because of swelling on the side of her mouth, and they prescribed an antiibiotic that killed her. When I took her to the vet's office, she was happy and rambunctious. We went to this veterinarian because we were forced to evacuate to a friend's house because of Hurricane Isaac. By using a syringe to drain the swollen place, the veterinarian noticed a little blood at the end of the syringe, and declared it an abscess, even though she was not running fever. I told him she had been given Clavamox for months before getting her teeth pulled, because of a kidney infection. He prescribed SMZ-TMP and Clindamycin. She spit out her first dose of the SMZ-TMP on Friday, so Saturday morning, I put it on wet food. She had five doses before I realized something was wrong on Monday, so I discontinued her meds and rushed her to my regular veterinarian first thing Tuesday morning. They told me that not only did she not have an abscess, but a swollen gland, that she was now in renal failure, and put her on an IV. By the afternoon, she was much better, able to stand and walk again, and even eating at the end of the day. She died in the night of renal failure. I have tried to contact the vet, asked them to call my vet for more information, so that this does not happen to another baby, but no response or even acknowledgement that they have received my messages. My dog was elderly and incontinent, but she was in no way sick when she went to that vet's office. SMZ-TMP kills older dogs with kidney issues. I want someone to learn from what happened to my baby girl. I know the veterinarian, Dr. Shriver, didn't mean to kill my dog, but his prescription did. RIP Cleopatra.
Recent Polls
Were the waiting room chairs comfortable while waiting for your pet?
Extremely comfortable; I could have fallen asleep
Would you recommend this provider to others?
I Already Have
Was this veterinarian able to perform all basic as well as complicated procedures?
Absolutely! They handle everything from annual shots to complicated illnesses, with competence and loving care
Did this provider seem current about the latest advancements in their field?
Were the staff members able to answer your questions?
Does this provider give unbiased advice?
Absolutely! I always get sound, helpful, and completely unbiased advice!
Did this provider answer all of your questions?
Every question I had was answered thoroughly
Were you able to relax during your appointment?
Yes, I was completely at ease
Does this provider promptly return your phone calls?
Definitely! They always call me back very quickly!
Does this provider remember you and your circumstances at every appointment?
Definitely! They always remember me and make me feel important!
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