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East Hampton Veterinary Group - 4 Reviews - 22 Montauk Hwy, East Hampton, NY - Veterinary Services Reviews - Phone (631) 407-0768

East Hampton Veterinary Group

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22 Montauk Hwy
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East Hampton Veterinary Group - East Hampton, NY
East Hampton Veterinary Group - East Hampton, NY
East Hampton Veterinary Group - East Hampton, NY
East Hampton Veterinary Group - East Hampton, NY
East Hampton Veterinary Group - East Hampton, NY
East Hampton Veterinary Group - East Hampton, NY
East Hampton Veterinary Group - East Hampton, NY
East Hampton Veterinary Group - East Hampton, NY
East Hampton Veterinary Group - East Hampton, NY
East Hampton Veterinary Group - East Hampton, NY
East Hampton Veterinary Group - East Hampton, NY
East Hampton Veterinary Group - East Hampton, NY
East Hampton Veterinary Group - East Hampton, NY
East Hampton Veterinary Group - East Hampton, NY
East Hampton Veterinary Group - East Hampton, NY
East Hampton Veterinary Group - East Hampton, NY
East Hampton Veterinary Group - East Hampton, NY
East Hampton Veterinary Group - East Hampton, NY
East Hampton Veterinary Group - East Hampton, NY
East Hampton Veterinary Group - East Hampton, NY
East Hampton Veterinary Group - East Hampton, NY
East Hampton Veterinary Group - East Hampton, NY
East Hampton Veterinary Group - East Hampton, NY
East Hampton Veterinary Group - East Hampton, NY
East Hampton Veterinary Group - East Hampton, NY
East Hampton Veterinary Group - East Hampton, NY
East Hampton Veterinary Group - East Hampton, NY
East Hampton Veterinary Group - East Hampton, NY
East Hampton Veterinary Group - East Hampton, NY
East Hampton Veterinary Group - East Hampton, NY
East Hampton Veterinary Group - East Hampton, NY
East Hampton Veterinary Group - East Hampton, NY
East Hampton Veterinary Group - East Hampton, NY
East Hampton Veterinary Group - East Hampton, NY
East Hampton Veterinary Group - East Hampton, NY
East Hampton Veterinary Group - East Hampton, NY
East Hampton Veterinary Group - East Hampton, NY
East Hampton Veterinary Group - East Hampton, NY

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Our dog Trixie ran across the backyard after a squirrel and sliced open her underside on a stake of rebar that secures the pool cover. It was a nasty cut. We called the Vet offi...

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This past summer Dr. Fenwick did ACL surgery on my 3 yr. old pit bull . A few weeks later I brought him back to see Dr. Fenwick because he was dragging his foot. Dr. Fenwick said ...

Very Happy with Prompt Service 3/29/2011

Our dog Trixie ran across the backyard after a squirrel and sliced open her underside on a stake of rebar that secures the pool cover. It was a nasty cut. We called the Vet office and they took us in right away. The staff at the front desk is professional and courteous. The doctor repaired the wound and Trixie is as good as new. We are very happy with this office overall. And as a bonus, the whole thing cost about half what I had expected. more

Dr. Fenwick was right 7/29/2010

Three weeks later the toe was amputated by another Veterinarian, Dr, Fenwicks diagnosis was correct. more

Comment on Dr. Fenwick 1/20/2010

This past summer Dr. Fenwick did ACL surgery on my 3 yr. old pit bull . A few weeks later I brought him back to see Dr. Fenwick because he was dragging his foot. Dr. Fenwick said it's nothing and to be patient. Another several weeks later I brought my dog back again because his foot was getting worse not better, and he now had a sore from the foot dragging. Dr. Fenwick now said "" Oh that is unrelated to the surgery and would have happened anyway , and it's only a matter of time before it happens to his other leg"" Well I'm no Docter ...but that did not make sense to me. Especially when he didn't try to find the cause , no x-ray nothing. I took Romeo to another Vet who just by looking at him walk said the suture might be rubbing the nerve, than he also took an x-ray which showed the suture was not attached and the clip was on the nerve. The Docter asked how long this has been because the damage to the nerve would be permanent. Maybe the reason why Dr. Fenwick didn't look for the cause of Romeo's lameness is because he already knew it. Now Romeo has to pay because of Dr. Fenwick. This was done at Calling All Creatures in Toms River N.J. which Dr. Fenwick is no longer there.\r \r Dr. Fenwick did not only get fined but also got fired. Since then he also has been let go from the Emergency clinic on Rt 70 and is now at the Spay and neuter clinic in Toms River and BTW his insurance wanted to settle with us but we refused because one of the stipulations was that we could not tell anyone about this case.\r \r in reply to your comment Yohimbine ....Dr Thatcher at Red Bank animal hospital stated the suture and clip were in the wrong place and pressed against Romeo's nerve causing permanent damage to his nerve. Prior to Dr. Thatcher seeing Romeo I had made 2 visits to Dr. Feinwick about Romeo's lameness after surgery and both times he did not even take an X-ray to try and find the cause, instead he just stated it had nothing to do with the surgery, which by Dr. Thatchers findings proved it most certainly was caused by the wrong placement of the suture and clip. So I would like to know how that was our fault ? Cons: Is his ego blinding his prognosis? more

Nice guy but reckless in his diagnosis 5/16/2007

My 13 yr old lab started limping badly last week with no apparent cause. He almost couldn't walk. We just moved back to NY from California last fall, and I thought maybe he had contracted lyme. I called the vets in the area to see who had the Snap 4DX test that tests for lyme (and three other tick-borne diseases) and chose East Hampton Vet Group because they had it, and weren't too far from home. I brought Bean to see Dr. Craig Fenwick.\r \r Dr. Fenwick is a nice man who obviously cares about animals. He was pretty sure it was lyme. We chatted for a few minutes while we waited for the test results. When, surprisingly, they came back negative, Dr. Fenwick took x-rays to see if Bean had injured his leg somehow. A little while later he presented the x-rays, along with his diagnosis: Bean had terminal bone cancer that had started in his toe and spread to his lungs. He suggested amputating the toe right away and said that the cancer in Bean's lungs ""wasn't the worst he had seen but was pretty close."" There would be nothing we could do for Bean except make him comfortable during his remaining days. Because I had fed Bean that morning, amputation wasn't an option that day, and I said I wanted to think it over and get a second opinion. Dr. Fenwick understood, saying twice he would bet his career that his diagnosis was right.\r \r I took Bean to the Animal Medical Center in NYC on Monday. They did their own x-rays and confirmed that what Bean actually has is arthritis and a non-cancerous growth in his chest cavity. No cancer. No amputation. Some meds for the arthritis and Bean is now himself again.\r \r I called Dr. Fenwick's office to let him know that his diagnosis was wrong (I got his voicemail). I'm posting this because you may want to think about it too. What if Bean hadn't eaten and Dr. Fenwick had amputated unnecessarily? And terminal cancer??? He's a nice guy, and I hope he takes this as a learning experience. And for what it's worth, the AMC is incredible. Pros: Good location, nice office Cons: The vet we saw was reckless (and wrong) in his diagnosis more
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  • East Hampton Veterinary Group is the original veterinary practice on the East End. Opening in 1929, we made a lasting promise to provide the best pet care imaginable for the animals of the East Hampton community. Specialized in canines and felines, but also providing basic services for pocket pets, birds and wildlife, all clients and their pets are welcome. We are dedicated to your pet's complete wellness in our full-service facility operational 7 days a week. We operate primarily by appointment, so give us a call to schedule an appointment and to find out more about the leading care we provide!

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    Sun 9:30am-1pm, Mon-Sat 8am-5pm
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