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We've got a 5 year old part lab that is already beginning to have hip issues. Had a Vet visit and was given an anti inflammatory, has not helped. Maybe not much else could be done, Vet seemed a little indifferent to us. Any recommendations for a good  Veterinarian? 

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We take ours to Fairview Animal Hospital here in murvul. We've been pretty happy with how they've taken care of our geriatric dog. 

I'm no vet, but I think surgery is about all they can do for hips. It's not cheap. 

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Central Vetrinary Hospital in Knoxville.

Doctor Wesley Keele is a great doctor. Knowledgeable as well as caring. He calls to see how your pet is doing a day or two after the visit. He makes sensible  recommendations with your pets welfare being his top priority. 

Best vetrinarian I have dealt with so far. I cannot say enough great things about the Doctor Keele and the staff at Central Vetrinary Hospital. 

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Karns has an animal hospital that we used in the past. They were kind and really affordable.

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Lange's animal hospital, Lovell Rd area.

They rock.

My family has been taking our dogs there since the 80s.

 

Edit: may be worth a shot to try Cosequin...it was once only for horses, but now you can get it for dogs and cats. I used it for a few years with a cat I had. Look it up on 1 800 pet meds.

Edited by superduty

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Central Vetrinary Hospital in Knoxville.
Doctor Wesley Keele is a great doctor. Knowledgeable as well as caring. He calls to see how your pet is doing a day or two after the visit. He makes sensible  recommendations with your pets welfare being his top priority. 
Best vetrinarian I have dealt with so far. I cannot say enough great things about the Doctor Keele and the staff at Central Vetrinary Hospital. 

We had Moeko our cat of twelve years put down last year. The vet sent a condolence card a few days later.

That win my business. They neutered our other cat.

A couple months ago we took Bandit in for her first visit with them, as we essentially fired our old vet. I have gotten a couple of follow up calls checking her progress after her visits.

Granted, Louisville Kentucky is probably too far of a drive for the OP, but we have a great vet.

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On 4/10/2017 at 6:26 PM, Erik88 said:

Karns has an animal hospital that we used in the past. They were kind and really affordable.

Butler's? They do good work. Good people.

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