DO NOT GO HERE! \r
This was the strangest, most unprofessional vet clinic I've ever been to in my nearly 20 years of pet ownership. When we arrived with our kitten we had to wait over an hour to be seen (despite the fact that we were the ONLY people there). The first time visit paperwork was more of a social media release contract than a file concerning our pet's health. One page asked to use our cat's photo on their Facebook page, the next asked for my personal info, how I found out about their office and how I planned on paying. \r
After arriving, we were made to wait in a small room with cardboard boxes, lawn chairs and holes in the walls. Of all the people who walked by us in the hour we were left sitting in that storage room, only one person spoke to us. The woman who had originally checked us in was back to ask me to like them on Facebook and to vote on their staff Halloween pumpkin carving contest.\r
When we finally made it into an exam room, there were two techs more concerned with playing with my kitten and ""training"" him than they were with taking his vitals. When the first tech left the room, the second stayed and tried to confine our cat to the table. Each time he would try to step outside of the boundaries she'd created with her arms, she'd slap him on the face and tell him no. After several instances of this, our kitten (8 weeks old, under 2 lbs. and just curiously sniffing around the table) started to growl. I've never heard him do it before so I started getting uncomfortable. I mentioned that the behavior was uncharacteristic and instead of allowing me to comfort my pet, she stuffed him under her arm and covered his whole head with her hand. I COULDN'T SEE ANY PART OF HIS BODY EXCEPT FOR HIS NOSE! I asked her to let him go and said that if he was misbehaving I'd prefer she put him back in his carrier. She said he was fine and that she was just asserting her dominance. \r
I wanted to walk out. I was livid!! \r
The vet then came in and basically told me my cat would be hard to raise because he was weened to early, put him on the floor and just watched him wander around. I asked if he needed vaccinations and she said ""probably, but he's a little too thin"". She said she'd vaccinate him if I wanted and said he'd probably be fine. I refused the vaccines because I was so sketched out so she insisted on giving him a dewormer (there was no stool sample taken). \r
I packed him up, paid, and got out of there like my butt was on fire.\r
I feel so bad for exposing my animal to the experience there, and I myself feel violated and offended. This isn't a vet practice, its a scam office. DON'T GO HERE!! I can't emphasize it enough.