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Testimonials

  • ""Dr. Larson was concise and patient with me and my dog. She did everything right in front of me and told me what she was doing. Jenna was considerate and loving. 10/10 would recommend.""
  • ""Friendly staff, competent advice, top notch equipment. This is a welcome addition to the Fourth Ward. Highly recommend.""
  • "welcome addition to the Fourth Ward. Highly recommend."
    "I can honestly say I have never been happier with a Vet. Dr. Larson is so sweet. Her 'bedside manner' is impeccable. The place is really nice, new and shiny. All of the staff, from the front desk guy to the vet tech to Dr. Larson, were so, so nice and accommodating.""
  • ""I have been to many Vets over the years and this practice is by far my favorite. I've never had a Veterinarian spend so much time discussing my dog's health, treatment and future care as I have at this practice. The clinic is immaculate and the staff is incredibly knowledgeable and friendly. I highly recommend VetweRx.""
  • ""If you adore you pet as much as I do then bring them to a place that will treat them as their own, right there!""
  • ""VetweRx genuinely cares and it shows.""
  • ""The whole staff goes above and beyond for not only their furry patients but the humans as well! I love how friendly and knowledgeable they are!"
    "When I mentioned that Charlotte was having trouble breathing, they t"
  • ""When I mentioned that Charlotte was having trouble breathing, they told me to come in right away, which is reassuring knowing that they will triage even though they're not an emergency clinic. She received the same care, thoroughness and attention this time as she did the first.""
  • ""The VetweRx personal touch and genuine TLC gives me assurance that we are entrusting Charlotte's health in the right hands.""
  • ""I had such an incredible experience here! The staff is incredibly professional, they take time to walk you through every single part of the process to make sure you are 100% comfortable with what they are doing.""
  • ""The vet staff makes you feel like you are part of their family. They are incredibly loving and truly care about the services that they provide.""
  • ""We trust this vet with everything and are so happy to have found them!""

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Saturday:

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