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Planned Pethood Of America Inc

Address: 13749 NW 7th Ave
Zip: 33168
Phone: 305-687-7729

Review Count: 9
User Rating:
(4.11 average)


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Barb Brioso-Pugliese
11-14-2012
My sister and I have taken most of our Dogs there and they are terrific and very nice..they are incredible with the spaying and the dental on all my girls...I recommend them highly.

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PetLover
09-18-2012
People are desperate for affordable spay and neuter veterinary services, but Planned Pethood in Miami should be immediately shut down. If your pet dies in there, there is nothing that you can do about it. If it gets sick with an infection, your only option is to seek emergency care at another clinic. They don't care. The place is filthy, it stinks unbearably in there, and the vet is extremely rude.

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Elaine
09-01-2011
Have used their services many times for my own cats and for strays and have always been satisfied with the services and never a problem with any of the pets or strays.

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Chris
02-26-2011
I had a bad experience with Planned Pethood. First, the office smells very bad. Second, it doesn't matter when you get there. I was the second person there and they let "their regulars" go ahead of me. Which delayed my dropping off time by 30 minutes. I picked up my cat up at the time they said. When I got home and my cat came out of the carrier, she had a gaping hole in her belly. They used a subpar adhesive to close the surgical wound, rather than stitches. I had to take my pet to a reputable vet to be anesthetized again so they could clean the inside, stitch that up, remove some of the skin on the outside and stitch that up. The way it should have been done. This came at the expense of the cats well being. Not humane in my standards. Don't go to Planned Pethood.

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Tim
09-26-2010
They are kind and caring to both pets and feral cats. It is run very efficiently and you not ask for a better way to handle it.

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Jess
07-04-2010
Very good prices..very professional...they even give you instructions on how to take care of them afterwards. Couldn’t ask for more.

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Anya
02-02-2009
I have been taking both my pets and feral animals there for years, and I can't say enough about what a great organization Planned Pethood is.

There are no lower prices for fixing/neutering, and they include a free four-in-one yearly shot and a penicillin shot for the pet. You can also take your pet after it's been fixed for the low cost shots - $20.

A great group of volunteers and staff make Planned Pethood the #1 recommended facility by me.

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Carol Ann Moore
10-21-2008
Great people! Dr. McKinney is wonderful. He is my regular vet and happens to do the surgeries. The people who work there truly love animals. God Bless all of them!

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A. Alexander
05-09-2008
Great People. Great Place. God Bless them ! Alex

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