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Kingston, TN

#1 Jan 18, 2011
I'm thinking of taking my pets to planned pethood for spay and neutering. Its so much cheaper than the vet. Can you share your experiences there?
NoComplaints

United States

#2 Jan 18, 2011
I've never had a bad experience there. They are fast, efficient, and very very affordable. All the staff is really friendly and helpful. Every time I've been there, the waiting room has been crowded, so it's obviously a popular place, but getting puppy shots has never taken longer than 15 mins from signing in to getting back in the car and heading home. I won't take my pets anywhere else.
2 dogs

Asheville, NC

#3 Jan 18, 2011
I took two dogs there. No complaints. Great place but out of the way.
momo2pups

Mount Holly, NC

#4 Jan 18, 2011
I have taken my pets there & loved it. No complaints.
yeah

Antioch, TN

#5 Jan 19, 2011
I agree had a cat spayed there and always get shots there no problems
agreeeedy

Maryville, TN

#6 Jan 19, 2011
take your pets to Planned Pethood!! they are awesome and yes, SO MUCH CHEAPER.. they do good work, are thorough and quick.. we have taken over a dozen pets to be serviced there since they've been open with 0 negative visits..
Myself

Kingston, TN

#7 Jan 19, 2011
Where is this place and what all services do they provide?
agreeeedy

Maryville, TN

#8 Jan 19, 2011
Myself wrote:
Where is this place and what all services do they provide?
google planned pethood oliver springs tennessee or paste this link:

http://www.bing.com/local/default.aspx...
NoComplaints

Elgin, TX

#9 Jan 19, 2011
They are located on Harriman Highway, between Oliver Springs and Harriman. They offer shots and spay/neuter services. They may offer more stuff, but that's all I know of. Puppy shots are $10, same for rabies. Spaying surgeries are super cheap also.
how much

AOL

#10 Jan 24, 2011
NoComplaints wrote:
They are located on Harriman Highway, between Oliver Springs and Harriman. They offer shots and spay/neuter services. They may offer more stuff, but that's all I know of. Puppy shots are $10, same for rabies. Spaying surgeries are super cheap also.
how much to spay a big dog ?
been there

Nashville, TN

#11 Jan 24, 2011
I have a weenie dog and it was only 25 to neuter him. There is a chart on the table though and I don't think any prices go over $50. I could be wrong though.
BUSY BODY

AOL

#12 Jan 24, 2011
been there wrote:
I have a weenie dog and it was only 25 to neuter him. There is a chart on the table though and I don't think any prices go over $50. I could be wrong though.
thank you.
Anonymous

Twentynine Palms, CA

#13 Feb 23, 2011
DO NOT TAKE YOUR PET TO PLANNED PETHOOD!!!!!!!!!! I took my large breed dog there last year to be neutered & they nearly killed him. First of all - they have said (if only it'd been recorded, right?) from their own mouths that if a large animal were to begin bleeding during surgery they would NOT be able to stop bleeding/save the animal. The animal would have be transported to an animal hospital... & I really don't know how that would happen considering they only have personal vehicles. They don't care about animals. They're operated out of a nasty, old,(who knows about cleanliness?!), hideous mobile home from the 70's... The women/people that work there are a JOKE. They're rude & completely incompetent when it comes to running a business. They're rude & they do NOT call you when your animal is ready. When I took my dog there, they sent him on his way without offering me a cone. He was neutered, he had fresh stitches... he's going to be curious. He's a HUGE dog, weighing nearly 100 pounds. & the incision I'm sure was itching & stinging from healing. They gave me nothing for him. Nothing. When my dog tore his stitches out & the incision opened - I called them on a day they were closed. A lady luckily answered & told me I should rush him to the nearest animal clinic they recommend. THAT lady told me the services would be free. Well, I get to the clinic (after driving an hour...) & they give my dog a shot of steroids... & they tell me he's fine, the incision will heal, & I needed to buy a cone. So I finally bought a cone, & after that he was fine. Everything healed, thank God. My dog on the other hand was miserable for over a week thanks to the low lives that work at Planned Pethood.

I hope they go out of business. I am no longer stupid enough to think those worthless morons are capable of caring for & operating on my pet!

DO NOT make the same mistake I did. DO NOT TAKE YOUR PETS TO PLANNED PETHOOD.
Anonymous

Twentynine Palms, CA

#14 Feb 23, 2011
THERE IS A REASON WHY THEY ARE CHEAP!!! DO NOT TAKE YOUR PETS THERE!!!
no problems

Harriman, TN

#15 Feb 23, 2011
i brought my very expensive large breed there to be spayed and have shots...i was very pleased and found the trailer to be spotless inside and well kept outside. the women inside seemed professional and addressed all of my concerns...I believe the clinic is connected with the university of tennessee school of vet medicine.
great place

Bowling Green, SC

#16 Feb 24, 2011
I have had 4 animals spayed there, no complaints! Awesome place!!!
wonderful

United States

#17 Feb 24, 2011
I took my cat there when he was younger. Had no problems at all! Very cheap. Called right when he was done and let us know we could get him at any time. Clean inside, but the outside could use some cleaning/remodeling. At first glance I was worried about the building but they are great! Never judge a book by its cover.
no problems

Harriman, TN

#18 Feb 24, 2011
Anonymous wrote:
THERE IS A REASON WHY THEY ARE CHEAP!!! DO NOT TAKE YOUR PETS THERE!!!
Whats the reason?
Lola Bean

United States

#19 Mar 7, 2011
We had our large (over 115 #) bullmastiff/bloodhound mix spayed there and there were no complications. They called as soon as they were ready to release our dog and she did fine. If we ever have another dog that we would need to fix, we will use planned pethood again.
Dani

United States

#20 Mar 10, 2011
The cones are available upon request for $10. The only time they send one out with a cone is if he/she is already licking or chewing before they leave. It is your responsibility to watch your pet to keep them from touching the incision or to buy a cone if they won't obey. It's all in the post-op instructions. And as for not giving you anything, you're not supposed to apply anything to the wound or cover it in any way and the animal has already taken any medication necessary. No one is going to be very comfortable after surgery. That's why they say to keep the animal warm, dry, and as relaxed as possible. I don't exactly think they hung the moon there now or anything, just giving you the facts about the care. You can say what you want but they certainly love and care about animals there above all else.

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