I can't speak for the entire clinic, but we have had a horrible experience with Dr. Sculley. Our dog developed a limp while we were visiting family in Quincy. Took him to see Dr. Sculley and he told us our dog had torn both his CCLs (like the human ACL, but in a dog). We went ahead and had Dr. Sculley do the surgery on the leg he thought was worst and then traveled back to Nashville where we live. After several months of recovery and physical therapy, our dog still could not walk correctly, so we took him to our vets in Nashille. All the opinions were the same...the surgery had not worked (and that the other knee that Dr.Sculley thought was also torn was actually perfectly fine). We traveled back to Hannibal for Dr. Sculley to inspect his own work. He said that it was our fault that the knee was still unstable because his muscles had atrophied. Took our dog the vet school at UT-Knoxville. They also told us that the surgery failed and took an X-ray to prove it. Our dog had to go back in for surgery to have Dr. Sculley's work undone and then had to be treated for the infection from Dr. Sculley's surgery. Since then we have had to send our dog back in for surgery to have the knee taken care of the way Dr. Sculley should have the first time. Be very cautious about letting Dr. Sculley do any surgery on your dog. We aren't mad that the surgery failed...it happens. We're mad that he recommended a surgery inappropriate for our dog and then wasn't honest with us when it failed. Now our dog hasn't walked correctly for almost a year. Learn from our mistake.