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County Line Veterinary Clinic - 5 Reviews - 1928 S Seguin Ave 108, New Braunfels, TX - Veterinary Services Reviews - Phone (830) 626-2582

County Line Veterinary Clinic

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1928 S Seguin Ave 108
New Braunfels, TX 78130
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(830) 626-2582
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County Line Veterinary Clinic - New Braunfels, TX
County Line Veterinary Clinic - New Braunfels, TX

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I have 3 pets who LOVE Dr. Long. Her compassion and patience never make you feel as if your bothering her or asking ignorant questions. Pros: Friendly staff, attentive, afford...

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We took our tabby to this vet when we first moved to the area. The kitty had been sluggish. This vet (just call her Big Hair) he would not even spend time with us, shake hands, no...

Editorial review from Citysearch 12/12/2016

I swear by this wonderful practice. I live in Austin, TX, and there are plenty of veterinary services that I can use between here and there, but I am so willing to make the trek to take my Boston Terrier there! Harley (his name) absolutely has NO fear of his visits here, which as a long time dog owner is rare for me to have experienced! They know Harley by name the moment he walks in, and added bonus, they know me too! Always a pleasant greeting at arrival with a sincere appreciative greet, and happy to see he and I are back! Harley is only 8 months old, so we have visited several times for shots, wellness check ups, and so forth. I feel comfortable and relaxed here that Harley's health is in their best interest, as attention to detail is always first at hand when he visits. He absolutely LOVES Abby!! Abby's interaction from me from the very first visit was vital. She made me feel like there were no dumb questions, and I asked many questions! Abby instantly took the time to bond with Harley! And that's why we will continue to go here. Both of the doctors on staff are just as fantastic. Harley has been seen by both Dr. Fowler, and Dr. Pearson. Whenever there is a concern about Harley's health, (one time he had an adverse reaction to a shot), I actually called to discuss my concern, and Dr. Fowler got right on the line with me!! How great is that?? A doctor that takes the time to reassure an owner that I should bring Harley back into the office because she was a bit concerned with what I was describing for Harley's reactions. It is comforting as an owner, (really I am a parent....he's our kid) to know that someone in practice builds rapport, and cares about it enough to honor and keep that relationship in tact! That's what they do here! I encourage you to visit. You'll feel comfortable, and welcomed. Your pet will be at ease, and not stressed when visiting. Your concerns and questions will be dealt with respectfully and with compassion. Truly the whole practice is outstanding and definitely a team with your pet's best interest in mind!! more

Editorial review from Citysearch 12/12/2016

A stranger off the street, I called because my 5 year old Chi had lost use of his back legs. These folks took us quickly with minimum wait and gave us factual concise information and honest non-judgmental options. In the end we had made the choice to put him down but never felt like we were looked down on and the procedure was done lovingly and efficiently. more

Editorial review from Citysearch 11/7/2013

If you read a positive review you can be guaranteed that an employee or manager have posted it. Stay away from this greedy, dirty, uncaring facility. They are worse than any review could tell you. Be smart and take your business elsewhere! more

Editorial review from Citysearch 11/3/2012

I am writing this tip as a WARNING to all pet owners not to use the services of Dr. Long. We were refered to County Line as a great place to take your pets for treatment and care. Over a four year period of time I had questioned my spouse over the high priced billing that occured. We both were reasured by Dr. Long that she was the expert and knows whats best. Under her care, we have two small dogs. One developed an eye infection. Every six months they went in for there check ups. During this time Dr. Long stated that there was no problems with eyes of our first pet. At the end of four years our dog was nearly blind. Our other wienner dog had a toe nail growing crooked. We were told that this was normal for that type of breed. When our dog started to limp, we decieded to take Oscar into Dr. Longs office. She came into the room looked at his foot for about 30 seconds and stated he had cancer and his whole foot needed to be amputated. She sent an assistant back into the room with an estimate for $800.00! and that did not inclued the charge of $250.00 for the visit which total time was less than 15 minutes! When I asked for an explanation as to why she said on the previous two visits she determined the toe nail to be ""normal"", she became very hostile and aerogant towards my spouse and I. I wanted an opinion from an old country doc, and we are glad we did. Oscar had a sist under his toe nail and the only amputation that occured was the toe nail itself. The total cost for the exam, treatment, and anti-biotics; $179.00 and no cancer! Snickers was taken in as well and he has gained half of his eye sight back with medication. This warning is to all pet owners, BEWARE OF THIS BUTCHER SHOP of PROFITS BEFORE PETS! more

Editorial review from Citysearch 10/4/2012

Everytime I look at my precious Louie dog I am thankful for the exellent care provided to him by County Line Vet Clinic and the amazing team. Louie needed a sudden surgery due to an eye injury. My boy is now back chasing Racoons in the backyard. Thanks for the amazing care and follow-up. more

Cat Hacked by Hack Vet 9/25/2010

We took our tabby to this vet when we first moved to the area. The kitty had been sluggish. This vet (just call her Big Hair) he would not even spend time with us, shake hands, not even make eye contact. The kitty had some knots in his hair. The vet's assistant shaved the areas where the knots were, no kidding! Big bald spotts. We could have combed them out, but had asked the favor.The poor cat looked like a half sheared sheep. We complained and the girl ran into the vet's office and slammed the door. She almost broke the glass. No kidding! more

Pooch Owners Gossip 9/12/2010

I love to go to County Line. These girls keep me posted on all the gossip about all the poochowners. Who is getting divorced, who is playing around, and who is drunk. more

BEWARE BEWARE BEWARE 5/10/2010

I boarded my puppy here for the weekend and was given a good price. Pros: SEEMED CLEAN, KENNEL STAFF NICE Cons: PRICE MISREPRESENTATION, PET LOST WEIGHT more

Family Experience 4/9/2010

I have 3 pets who LOVE Dr. Long. Her compassion and patience never make you feel as if your bothering her or asking ignorant questions. Pros: Friendly staff, attentive, affordable, knowledgeable more

Much care given here 3/25/2010

I take all 3 of my cats + my dog here and have always found Dr. Long to be caring, considerate and knowledgeable. Her staff is always respectful of our time and helpful when my pets have specific needs. Pros: Professional, timely, caring, respectful Cons: None I've found more
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  • ">A complete physical examination is the first step to providing proper care for your companion.   This allows the doctor to learn the individual characteristics of your companion and begin building his/her medical history.   As your companion ages, preventative care expands to incorporate essential monitoring recommendations such as organ function, heart function, blood pressure, and much more.

     

    Throughout the life of your companion, CLVC will recommend essential individualized veterinary care based on breed, genetics, lifestyle, and environmental factors.   These recommendations include things such as:

    ·   Proper vaccination needs based on lifestyle and exposure

    ·   Protection against parasites such as mosquitoes, fleas, and ticks

    ·   Home dental care

    ·   Diet recommendations

    ·   Senior health management when the time comes

    ·   Proper disease management

    Proper preventative care will minimize the risk of illness and improve the quality of life for your companion.

    .  

    ">County Line Veterinary Clinic provides complete veterinary services including preventative & wellness care,surgical & diagnostic services,critical care monitoring,and hospitalization.   In addition,we provide pet baording,Bathing,and grooming.

Additional information

  • Hours:

    Monday-Friday 7:30 AM - 5:00 PM ; Saturday 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Payments:

    Master Card, Discover, Visa
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