The first visit the vet was arrogant and implied I didn't take care of my pet. Some testing was done, and for some reason, although I expained specific circumstances, a urinalysis was not taken. My dog was given meds, and she improved for a couple months. Again my dog was not quite acting herself. I brought her here again to Dr Schorr and brought urine and feces myself for analysis without any prior suggestion from staff. This time I was admonished for not taking care of my dog properly, as she had a very bad urinary tract infection. I asked the doc "how long" had she had it? He said "6 months". I got pretty ticked off. Four months earlier, durign the first exam this should had been done at HIS request. About $800 later, time will tell-and by a different vet to see if my buddy, my dog, is clean of a urine infection that could have been prevented several months earlier. Don't go here if you want to be treated with respect. This vet needs to retire.