OakVet Animal Specialty Hospital |1133 7th StOaklandCA94607 | (510) 879-4888
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OakVet Animal Specialty Hospital
1133 7th St
OaklandCA 94607
 (510) 879-4888

Reviews Of OakVet Animal Specialty Hospital

5.00 14 Reviews
Laine Fast
Laine Fast
Sep 07, 2019

Our cat got sick while we were out of town and after chatting with our catsitter on the phone, she took him to OakVet. We spoke with Dr. Sonnenshein on the phone about Vido's issues and she explained our options and her recommendation. As stressful as it was for us to not be there with Vido, it was a smooth process and she emailed us a follow up with more information.

Tom Kucera
Tom Kucera
Sep 05, 2019

Good, expensive.

Eli
Eli
Sep 04, 2019

Kind, professional vets/specialists, techs, and front desk. There was a short wait to see the specialist, but a tech came to do preliminary check in the waiting area. Very clean - doesn’t smell (like some vet offices/hospitals tend to).

Mish M.
Mish M.
Sep 03, 2019

Brand new facility, well maintained, well lit, and very clean and spacious. The vet was helpful and direct without feeling too rushed. She took care to ensure my cat's comfort during the exam. Procedures were explained and an estimate of costs was provided up front. It ended up being significantly cheaper than estimated, and frankly very well priced for being a walk in emergency clinic. Very wheelchair accessible too, even the exam rooms, which is always nice! Overall great experience!

Sharon Correia
Sharon Correia
Sep 02, 2019

In 2012 I adopted a six month old black lab pup that I saw on Facebook who was on "death row" for the second time at a high kill shelter in Texas. When I had her transported here, I noticed that only three of her legs worked. After getting other medical issues addressed, I made an appointment with Dr. John Haburjak . Lexie's leg had been broken when she was very young and had not been treated and she had another injury to her ACL. She needed correction of a patellar luxation, specifically a Distal Femoral Osteotomy (correcting the tibial plateau with a cut in the bone and attachment of a stainless steel plate and cutting and realigning the bottom part of the femur. Dr. Haburjak was candid and did not know if he could actually help Lexie due to such a traumatic injury. After studying her case, he decided that he could help her and the results were amazing. Lexie is living a full and happy life with all four legs! She is almost eight years old and her zest for life is exhibited by her happy "lab loops" around the yard. She loves to catch her toys in mid air and go for her walks and play with her brother. For a puppy who had at one point no future, she is the epitome of a dog who was truly rescued. Thanks Dr. Haburjak with gratitude from Lexie

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