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Willow Mill Veterinary Hospital - 3 Reviews - 11 Willow Mill Park Rd, Mechanicsburg, PA - Veterinary Services Reviews - Phone (717) 842-0321

Willow Mill Veterinary Hospital

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11 Willow Mill Park Rd
Mechanicsburg, PA 17050
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(717) 842-0321
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Willow Mill Veterinary Hospital - Mechanicsburg, PA
Willow Mill Veterinary Hospital - Mechanicsburg, PA
Willow Mill Veterinary Hospital - Mechanicsburg, PA
Willow Mill Veterinary Hospital - Mechanicsburg, PA
Willow Mill Veterinary Hospital - Mechanicsburg, PA
Willow Mill Veterinary Hospital - Mechanicsburg, PA
Willow Mill Veterinary Hospital - Mechanicsburg, PA
Willow Mill Veterinary Hospital - Mechanicsburg, PA
Willow Mill Veterinary Hospital - Mechanicsburg, PA

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I have had several pets going to Willow Mill over the last 15 years. They are very professional, caring, compassionate, although did break the bank, but what would anyone else do ...

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I spent thousands at Willow Mill to treat my two dogs who had advanced kidney disease. There were several hospitalizations also involved. I had problems with the competency of one...

Beware of overcharging 11/17/2011

I spent thousands at Willow Mill to treat my two dogs who had advanced kidney disease. There were several hospitalizations also involved. I had problems with the competency of one vet there so I worked with two others who seemed competent at first but as time went on I got conflicting diagnoses and treatments. They also overcharged or charged me for treatments for which I didn't pre-approve. Adjustments were made to the bills but only after I complained. The worst part was the hospitalizations. They share facilities with the Animal Emergency Medical Center (AEMC) an overnight/weekend vet service and different business (but I think owned by the same vet at Willow Mill). Responsibilty for your pet is transferred over to AEMC for overnight and weekend care. That means you are double-charged for care by both places. AEMC charged 2 to 3 times higher for services and injections than Willow Mill and does not provide a detailed list of charges so they can easily hide high or overcharges and specific charges. Be very careful if you utilize Willow Mill....ask lots of questions and double-check your bills. Especially beware of over-charging if your pet will need hospitalization due to use of AEMC more

Willow Mill 11/12/2011

I have had several pets going to Willow Mill over the last 15 years. They are very professional, caring, compassionate, although did break the bank, but what would anyone else do to save a pet, they matter more than anything. They are our kids. more

Great Service but a bit pricey. 9/16/2007

I've been going to this place for years. The vets are wonderful and so is the staff. They've been voted ""Peoples Choice"" several times. Pros: Wonderful building. State of the art. Great vets and staff. I've been going there for years. Cons: A bit pricey more
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Owner Message

  • The mission of Willow Mill Veterinary Hospital is to promote and protect the human-animal bond by providing the very best health care. We regard dogs and cats as true family members and strive to enrich and enhance the quality of their lives, and the lives of their families, through our commitment to continuing excellence. Regular wellness visits are the cornerstone to keeping your pet happy and healthy. Dogs and cats age much faster than we humans do, but they also cannot tell you when they have aches and pains or minor symptoms of early disease. By the time that our domestic pets show obvious symptoms of their disease, it is often later in the disease process. Wellness visits allow the veterinarian to diagnose problems and diseases earlier, thereby allowing early intervention. Early treatment is usually less expensive and more successful in keeping your pet healthy and happy longer. Wellness visits include a comprehensive physical examination by the veterinarian, life stage and lifestyle specific laboratory tests, and nutritional and behavioral evaluation. The physical examination of your pet includes evaluation of the eyes, ears, nose and mouth, teeth, lymph nodes, heart and lungs, abdominal contents, musculoskeletal system, nervous system and skin and coat. Laboratory testing allows the veterinarian to evaluate what is going on inside your pet?s body. Routine laboratory testing may include parasite screening, heartworm testing, urinalysis, complete blood count and chemistry, endocrine testing and more, based on your pets age and lifestyle risks. While we always hope for a clean bill of health, the fact is that approximately 30% of routine wellness testing reveals some abnormality that warrants intervention. Help us maintain your pets health by bringing your pet in for a full physical exam regularly. Pets less than six years old should have a physical exam annually. Those pets greater than six years old, or those with certain medical conditions, should be examined every six months.

Additional information

  • Hours:

    Mon. - Fri. 8am - 7pm;Sat. 8am - 12am;Sun. CLOSED
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