Pets have been a big part of my life; dogs, rabbits, hermit crabs, goldfish, and cats. Oreo is my current companion, a great tuxedo male cat whom I adopted with his buddy Ugh (Ugly) some 12 years ago from my friend Kay when she moved to Europe. I lost Ugh last summer; and currently Oreo is having health issues. Both cats have gone to several pet care clinics and vets over the past few years as they’ve had issues come up; and despite trying to do the right thing, and taking them to professional health care clinics, I just have not felt like my cats got the proper attention or diagnosis needed.
Dr. Reid and the people at Campus Veterinary have been outstanding. For once I feel like people are listening to me when I explain symptoms and concerns rather than just going thru the motions. While Oreo has a tumor, and we wait for the biopsy results; I at least have the peace of mind knowing that there are professional, skilled, humane people at our side to help us thru it. I honestly have that feeling that they care about the animals and that’s a comfort that doesn’t have a price for me.
For anyone in the East Bay or Berkeley, my vote for best pet care are these people.
Thank you Dr. Reid and everyone in all you are doing for Oreo and for me too. I wish I could find a human doctor as wonderful as them.
Oreo the next day, after being diagnosed with a tumor in his mouth, getting a biopsy and teeth pulled.
While I’m not expecting miracles, and am preparing for the worst, I can’t express how much they were able to improve his state of being