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Stark County Veterinary Clinic: Lafreniere Eric DVM - 12 Reviews - 2705 Fulton Dr NW, Canton, OH - Veterinarians Reviews - Phone (330) 452-5116

Stark County Veterinary Clinic: Lafreniere Eric DVM

2705 Fulton Dr NW
Canton, OH 44718
(330) 452-5116
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Stark County Veterinary Clinic: Lafreniere Eric DVM - Canton, OH


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The nicest vet office i have ever went too! I took 3 of my cats there all who were extremely sick, & they nursed all of them back to health! My cats are now better then ever!! You...


AVOID, AVOID, AVOID - My wife and I had a very bad experience at the Stark County Veterinary Emergency Clinic (SCVEC) with our cat. We brought our indoor cat into SCVEC due to th...

His Name Was Henry 4/5/2011

Stark County Vet Emergeny Clinic...Notice how it says EMERGENCY in the name. I had a very sick puppy who was throwing up blood. They refused to see him without payment up front. They accept paper checks to hold for two weeks but refused to hold my check card info in the same way. I had to sit in my car with my puppy throwing up BLOOD for two hours as I tried to find someone who could give them their credit card information over the phone. Over $70 to just walk in the door, another $70 for a test and $75 to hold him as they put him to sleep BECAUSE I couldn't give them $1500 in FULL at midnight to try and save his life. Oh yeah their business cards say they love pets. It should say they love money. I"ve never experienced so much greed in my life. All because they would only hold a paper check and not a check card info..if you aren't rich and its after hours in Stark county our animals are going to die. He was only 7 weeks old hadn't even had a chance to live yet. I also want to add that the cost to kill him was going to be $50 but because I wanted to hold him I had to pay $75 they had to put in IV line so they "wouldn't accidently stick me with the needle". I had to leave and pay for this all in advance when I came back he wagged his tail a little and gave me a little kiss. He was still full of love even though deathly ill. I think this clinic needs to allow all forms of payment to give people of all income levels a chance to save their pets life. As it stands its the haves vs. the have nots even for pets lives. I had emailed with a vet blogger his answers still all pointed to the rich having emergency vet care and nothing for the poor. I'm trying to get this clinic to change their policy. I won't stop til they do in memory of Henry. more

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Great care, friendly service! 5/6/2006

My cat is as accident prone as they come. She's been shot, attacked by a coyote, attacked by other cats and drank Downy Fabric Release... and survived every time due to the diligent care at Stark County Emergency Vets. The staff is friendly and courteous and understanding that to some people their pets are their kids. If you call ahead they appreciate it so they can prepare for you and your pet but it's not necessary. If they know that they are backed up they are also willing to keep your pet overnight so you can go home and rest while your pet waits for other urgent cases. I highly reccomend them if you ever have a pet emergency. more
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    • Endoscopy

    • Oxygen Therapy

    • Pain Management

    • Radiology

    • Ultrasound

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  • Hours:

    Monday - Thursday 6:00 P.M. - 8:00 A.M Weekends Friday - Monday 6:00 P.M. - 8:00 A.M
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