I have been going to EAAC and have had nothing but good experiences. Our cats & dogs have had a wide variety of complex medical issues (cancer, spinal problems, anemia, kidney disease, digestive problems, you name it!) and they have always diagnosed carefully and thoroughly. They start simply and work their way up to more complex diagnoses--they test appropriately, but not excessively. They also recognize that they are general practitioners and sometimes need to refer to a specialist. Dr. Ringstrom has also recently been certified in vet acupuncture, so that brings a nice holistic element to the practice. Dr. Ringstrom and Dr. Dunnings are excellent--I'm neutral on Dr. Starnes. Their techs are very professional, though sometimes there is turnover in the tech and front office staff. The ""veterans"" are terrific. Parking can be a pain with an animal, but it is a minor inconvenience for the value and care. The only thing that they have not been able to provide is ultrasound services. That would certainly be an added benefit so as not to have to travel to a specialist. However, though are not needed frequently, so it's only an inconvenience if you happen to have the collection of adopted older animals that I have. Overall, it's a great asset to pet owners and the community.
Pros: caring staff, value, convenience, holistic options
Cons: parking, no ultrasound