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Pacific Mobile Veterinary Clnc

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By brianthompson on Dec 02, 2015
I highly recommend this office. The staff are excellent and always very kind.
By Sammi567L on Oct 07, 2015
We have used Pacific Mobile Veterinary Services a few times now for our cat. I feel as if it makes a big difference for him, becasue he does not have the stress of being in the car and having to drive to an appointment.
By kurylo66 on Jan 13, 2011
Thank you Pacific Mobile Veterinary Clinic for your compassion and understanding of my very difficult decision to send my best friend Max to doggie heaven. I can't express enough how much I appreciate your caring nature, attention to detail and how personal you made my experience. I feel blessed for having you in my home and so thankfull for people like you who do this kind of work.

From tears with a smile. Thank you.

Mike and Joe
By Chamoisee Narwhal on Jul 21, 2009
My husband and I were very thankful to have Pacific Mobile come to our home to euthanize our dear old friend, Laverne, a 19 year old calico. Vernie never liked the vet and the thought of that being where she lived her last moments was unthinkable. She was peacefully and gently euthanized in her favorite snoozing spot with loved ones petting her gently. One can only wish for such a kind and loving death.
Comment by leslee on Aug 12, 2009
Obviously you caught the "mobile" vet on a week day.... I was hoping to be helped by this vet but my poor sweet cat was dying on a Saturday which did not fit into this vets schedule.
After further investigation I have heard nothing but bad things regarding this vet and Dr. MacCartney.... he is a business man... not a vet!
Mr. MacCartney is only interested in money and cares nothing for animals.

I am so sorry of your loss of Vernie........ peace.
By leslee on May 28, 2009
"Mobile Vet"... yah, right.... when it's convenient for them.... but that's only part of the story.
My dear sweet cat Emmie was diagnosed with diabetes by Dr. Malcolm Macartney... well actually he was ready to give up when I asked him.. "do you think she might have diabetes". In other words people... I had to tell him how to do his job.
He pulled out his glucose meter and tested her and sure enough 28.6 (should be around 4). He decided it was okay to wait a week before starting treating her... personally I wanted to start treating her that very moment... or at least the next day.
One week later he and his assistant arrive and one of the first things out of his mouth is "I can't stay long I have a very sick dog back at the clinic". Well gee Dr., I have a REALLY sick cat right here that I am paying you to be thinking about right now.... is what I wish I had said at the time. I was so shocked by his "unthinking" remark I could not respond.
So, I get rushed through the injection process... and the rest is up to me.
Weeks later, he asks me to do several glucose readings in one day and report in to him the following Tuesday, then he would get back to me with advice as where to go from there. He NEVER called me! Not only that... the person who took the message got the information totally wrong... either that or the Dr. didn't take the time to read the message properly.
He finally got back to me 3 days later (Friday) after I sent him a very desperate email telling him things were getting very bad. He suggested that perhaps she was resistant to the insulin because she actually had pancreatic cancer. Unfortunately, this time, I believe he was correct.
The next morning (Saturday) Emmie is dying... she was in pain and crying... I call the "Mobile" Vet... "oh, we don't come out on weekends". Ah, excuse me?, is what I again wish I had said... but I was distraught and crying and said I HAD to have someone come out and stop her suffering. She put me on hold and when she came back she said that the only Dr. available was in surgery but would come out right after.
Two hours later, my friend phones the Vet as I cannot leave Emmie's side, (thank goodness I had two good friends with me at the time), the Vet had either forgotten or just didn't care because the Dr. was on his way to another house call! He was told what was happening and we were told he would be right here. A half hour later, still no Dr. and I had to watch my dear sweet Emmie suffer through a painful death.
My other friend phoned the Vet and informed them that they had taken too long to get here and the cat was now dead.

So I lost my girl last Saturday (May 23rd)... Rest In Peace Emmie my love.

What else can I say... go somewhere else... unless maybe you have a dog... they seem to take priority here.
By the way I love ALL animals.... I am one of those people that prefer the company of animals over humans.
If you have a cat though, go to Hillside Vet or the 24 hour Emergency Hospital... in my lifetime experience with cats I have found these two to be consistent with quality care and kind and understanding staff.
The reason I used a "Mobile" Vet this time is because I live with and caregive for my elderly parents who both suffer from dementia... so it is difficult for me to leave the house.

Love your animals... they will love you more than any human ever will.
Comment by avaldstyn on May 28, 2009
I am so sorry for your loss. This was very upsetting to read, thank you for sharing your experience with everyone. I hope your story gets out there for everyone who thinks to use this mobile clinic.
By jkovacs on Jan 08, 2009
My cat, our cherished family pet for 19 years, recently had to be euthanized, as he was suffering from kidney failure and was starting to suffer. We decided to use Pacific Mobile Veterinary Clinic to protect our cat from the final trauma of the cold steel exam room table. We wanted his passage to be respectful and gentle. It is a very difficult thing for the pet owner too, and I was no different in this regard, so I appreciated the privacy and descretion of them coming to my home instead. The Pacific Mobile team was caring, professional, and most of all they were gentle and obviously caring toward my pet and this final procedure. I highly recommend Pacific Mobile for others for all you veterinary concerns.
Comment by leslee on May 28, 2009
They are very good at killing our loved ones.
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