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Agape Animal Hospital - 0 Reviews - 1114 Providence Rd, Whitinsville, MA - Veterinary Services Reviews - Phone (508) 234-6815

Agape Animal Hospital

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1114 Providence Rd
Whitinsville, MA 01588
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(508) 234-6815
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Editorial review from Citysearch 8/27/2013

I love Agape and Dr. Lawrence. I have been going to him since my little girl was a baby and she is now 12 years old. If it weren't for Agape, my little angel would not be with me today. I find their prices are fair and the quality of care is outstanding. I would not take my yorkie to anyone else in the area. A vet in Uxbridge I had gone to years ago for another animal that I had before I had my yorkie, was not quality with care and couldn't diagnose health issues. So if you want quality, then I suggest very strongly that you pick Dr. Lawrence at Agape in Whitinsville. The staff is also fantastic and very caring. more

Editorial review from Citysearch 3/25/2013

This vet is no good! Brought my cat there for years, a total of 3 visits. the 3rd time I bought my cat apparently had a rare immune deficiency that eats the enamel off there teeth causing major rot and gum disease. He said that it was to bad, cause the effects of the disease start showing signs in kitten hood. (why wasn't it detected at an earlier appointment.)Mind you my cat had one bad tooth. The vet at agape said they would have to remove all the cats teeth over a 2 step surgery!!! The first of witch cost $1600!!! But ""Don't worry."" he says ""Cats don't need there teeth and can go about finely, crushing food with there bone pallet, the cat would be perfectly happy."" So I went and got a second opinion at a near by clinic in the next town over. Witch has animal dental specialists. The near by clinic managed to squeeze me in the day I called and checked out my cat. They said he showed no sign of any enamel eating diseases or deficiencies of any sort and was perfectly healthy other then the fact he had worm (Witch agape missed.). They said he had only one tooth needing extraction do it being a fractured tooth that got infected, they also said that you should never pull all of a cats teeth if it isn't a life or death situation do to the obvious necessity to chew. There final cost was very reasonable, resulting in one happy cat with almost all of his teeth!!! I think people who bring there animals to AGAPE should really get a second opinion if there is any pertinent health concerns more
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