I was introduced to this place by a very close friend and they are a great place to buy snowblowers. They tend to have better ones than you can find at places like Home Depot and WalMart and also have better prices--as long as you buy before it snows. He is also certified to do mechanical work on all of the machines that he sells and will pick up and deliver snow blowers and mowers to your house upon purchase and under warranty repair gratis. Afterward, he charges a $15 transport fee, but that is way better than moving several hundred pound machines on your own and havin oil and gas spill all over your vehicle.
If you bought your Volvo at Fields and bring it back there, they give you a complimentary late model Volvo loaner. Depending on the problem with the car, they can send a mobile technician to you and they have a very wide travel radius. As long as they have loaners available, the loaner is yours to keep until your vehicle is repaired. They are very timely about getting vehicles repaired and if takes longer than they expect, they will find you a loaner, even it is not on the lot.
I came to Dr. Carlins because the ENT that I had been seeing since I was a teenager took an early retirement. He listened to what I had to say, looked at my throat for himself, and gave my antibiotics that treated my lungs.
After losing my voice and not getting it back for over two months, I went to see Dr. Block. He suspected that my problem was allergy related, but that what needed to be treated at the time was infection. He referred me to an allergist to determine what the allergy was, but prescribed antibiotics, expectorants, and antihistamines, which got me my voice back in about five days.
I brought my dog here when he was in the beginning stages of renal failure. The vet saved his life by loading him up on steroids, running some tests, and CORRECTLY reading the results that initial vet read in the wrong order. He saw us on emergency and my dog was very ill so he made a mess all over his office and even on his clothing, but he got the IV started to rehydrate him and raise his cortisol levels and made him into a much more comfortable dog.
My dog was taken here after he started bumping into things freqently and the female vet in this practice performed some tests, read the blood work in the wrong order, and misdiagnosed him. After misdiagnosing him, she medicated him for the wrong ailment and sent him into the beginning stages of renal failure. I brought him to another vet who wanted to see the tests that she performed and she refused to send anything other than the diagnosis until I fought with her for a while. My dog almost died because of how poorly she read his test results.
I, initially, brought my dog here on the recommendation of my negibor who had the same rare breed after my dog was mistreated by the Auburn University Small Animal Clinic. Dr. Houston took great care of my dogs, kept me abreast of everything that she was doing, and took great care of my dogs.
I brought my dog into the Small Animal Clinic when his bracitis flaired up and he is a very calm dog, who will sit when asked, and actually behaves very well at the vet's office. A fourth year male student put my dog in a full-nelson (wrestling manuever), frightening my dog, and then slamming him into the hard floor. The attending vet did not seem to see anything wrond with this, drained my dog's elbow, but refused to give him a shor of Cortisone to keep the inflamation down. All he did was put on a pressure bandage (without any waterproof tape), so the dog had it off in under 45 minutes instead of the 72 hours they would have liked it to stay on. The doctors were aware that my dog had aprevious history of this condition and had his medical files, which indicated that Cortisone was the only successgul treatment to keep it down for six months or more.
If you are a female, be prepared to be accused of being pregnant and either gender may be told that they may have an STD--and that's just if you go in there for a sinus infection.
The nurse practitioner that saw me did not believe in treating a sinus infection in its early stages and prefers to wait until it's full-blown--say bordering on pneumonia.
I went to this doctor last year with a respiratory infection onset by allergies, which caused me to lose my voice. He refuses to prescribe me any medicine, told me not to speak for a month (and he knew that I am at teacher), and to come back in a month if it was not better. What's worse is when he went to use a mirror to look in my throat, he heated with a Bunsen burner, neglected to check how hot it was, and burned my esophagus with it. He went on to blame me because he burned my esophagus after he bumped into my epiglottis with it causing my gag-reflex to initiate.