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Old 07-25-2008, 10:51 AM
 
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Anyone know of a good, reasonable vet in Hudson. I've heard they're cheaper than on this side of the river. Thanks!
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Old 07-26-2008, 11:08 AM
 
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Croix Valley Vet. They are a husband/wife team and they are great!
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Old 07-27-2008, 08:04 AM
 
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Cumberland Veterinary Clinic / Shell Lake Veterinary Clinic

Not Hudson but Dr. Eric Stone is GREAT!!
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Old 02-28-2010, 11:46 AM
 
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Dr. Stone is okay, but I was there last week and the treatment I experienced by one of his vet techs was horrible. My cat was terrified of her. She (my cat) hardly had any strength at all, but she got a sudden surge of adrenaline, lifted her head and shoulders off the table and screamed. I have never heard her so frightened and panic stricken. I tried to console her, petted her and told her, "It's okay sweetie, you don't have to be afraid." That woman SNAPPED at me and said, "She's NOT afraid, she's very sick." I told her that I know the cat was sick but she was also very frightened. She was nervous around the vet, but nothing compared to her reaction to that tech. Also, the tech seemed to take an instant dislike to me. I could feel the hatred and contempt in the room. Perhaps that contributed to Tiffy being afraid of her - she could sense the woman's animosity towards me. Later on, the vet called and told me my cat had passed away. When I went to pick up the body, I stated that I wanted to see her to make sure I had the right cat. This woman (the same tech that had seen her previously) opened the bag, petted my deceased cat while looking at me with a little smile on her face as though she were gloating. That to me was the ultimate in cruelty and I will NEVER go back there again. I will, however, write a letter to Dr. Stone and tell him what happened. I'm still debating on whether or not I am going to file a complaint against the woman with the licensing board.
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