I was referred to Dr. Lee, through the Spaniel Rescue association and am grateful to them, as Dr. Lee charges $185.00 for the surgery vs. $1000, through my regular vet.
The total was about $500, as he also did the ear flush...Hmmmm, Lucy, looks good as new and no more antibiotics, to keep the infection away.
I would definitely recommend him for cherry eye surgery. Lucy had almost NO recovery time. I was given an antibiotic salve for her eye but she hardly needed it.
(I just read the other reviews)
Yes, the scale was in the waiting room, however, I didn't have a problem with that, as my dogs (cockers) have stepped on dirtier things and I was the only person there, so there wasn't any additional stress. It would be nice if they had better seating in the waiting room though. They have two, yes two, little seats. You know, the kind that have doilies on them and are only for show in an old home, with antiques. They didn't appear to be valuable antiques, just non-functional.
My dogs sometimes like to sit with me, at the vet, but it isn't possible here. The room was moderately clean, not sanitized but acceptable for a vet (in that area).
I agree, that the most appealing thing about this visit, is Janine (?), the receptionist. She is very friendly and helpful but only works part-time.
ok, thats enough.