I went to The Cat Doctor for the first time in November. My cat was super skinny and not eating. Dr. Tracy examined her and conducted a few tests. Due to stress (of other animals living in house), our cat had stopped eating. We ended up having to syringe feed our cat and then I left her at the vet for 2 days to see if they could do it better. The staff was great and Dr. Tracy even kept her a little extra to try to do more. In the end, my cat pulled through it all and is back to normal. I was very happy with Dr. Tracy. The only downside to The Cat Doctor is that it is a very busy place so sometimes you have to wait a while.
Burke was great to work with. He showed us the free granite that his company offered. We chose one of the pieces. Once we had possession of our house, he got one of his workers over to start the process. Mike installed the granite countertop several days earlier than Burke had quoted us. They did an excellent job.
I cannot recommend Watford. Daniel gave me a deal on storage because of an error he made, but these are the reasons why I still would not recommend his company: 1) Daniel twice gave me inaccurate quotes on our move. In fact, his men showed up at our 3-bedroom home and told us they understood it was a 2-bedroom apartment. The trucks are actually too small. Our stuff was jammed in to make the items fit; 2) the inventory process is painfully slow and the worker indicated that if he went faster he would then have to join the other guys in loading (so why should he go faster?); 3) the workers did not exhibit both carefulness and hustle. Several items were broken and damaged. We did not pay beyond the standard insurance but does that mean our stuff should be treated worse? His men actually improperly packed a glass case, resulting in one panel shattering. A lamp fell off the truck and broke before it was even packed. 4) Daniel acted as though he wanted to pay for those two items. I would have been satisfied if he'd followed through. He visited our home to inspect all the damaged items. He responded to me 4 times via email saying he wanted to come to a settlement. This started mid-June and now it is late August and he still hasn't made good on this "promise." In early September, Watford did follow through.
My husband and I recently visited this course to practice hitting on the driving range and the putting course. Although the driving range appeared really busy when we arrived, we found two spots right away. The machine that dispenses the ball was nearby so we were able to start hitting right away. I spoke to a fellow golfer taking a break and he was very friendly. When we were finished, we enjoyed some practice on the putting green. It was a pleasant outing for us.
I have seen Dr. Bernstein on a few occasions as a general practitioner. I also love that he responds to my email requests. About once a year, I need to see a podiatrist for a reoccurring problem. Instead of paying a co-pay to go into the office for the doctor to say, "sure I'll give you the referral," I just send him an email and he sets it up for me.
I saw Dr. Yuan while pregnant and she also was the first doctor with me when I went into the hospital to give birth. I had a good experience with her in the hospital. She is not overly friendly, but more quiet and professional. During my second pregnancy, I had done some research online about getting my tubes tied and asked her some questions. She was disturbed at some of the information shared. I told her that I could email her the source so that she could look at. She gladly accepted the offer-- and responded promptly after getting the email and reviewing it. I was impressed at that.
I saw the doctor at a Ventura Blvd. address (in Encino) as well as at a Facey office in Santa Clarita. The first visit was for him to examine a brown spot on my nose to see if it might be cancerous. He answered all my concerns and gave me his opinions. I later when to see him in Encino to have him remove the brown patch (although not cancerous). The procedure felt odd (having never done anything like that before) but was fairly quick. It was $75, which was much cheaper than any quotes from salons where I have inquired.
Dr. Tabsh is a true expert in his field, but the wait to see him is horrible-- 2 or 3 hours. He appears to work a lot of hours. We saw him for two amnios. He is quiet and not real friendly, but does have a sense of humor. He asked us if we wanted to know the sex of our baby and then joked around with us until finally revealing the results. I was very nervous for the first amnio, but the procedure was very quick. The second time around I wasn't as nervous.
I saw nurse Marina for the bulk of my two pregnancies. We loved her. Always greeted us and answered our questions. When I took my babies back to the office to meet her, she was delighted-- as was the other staff who had seen me regularly when I was pregnant. With the exception of maybe two times with my first pregnancy, we never waited very long to see her. Highly recommend her!
My regular nurse Marina was out on medical leave when I made an appointment with Kitty for my annual "well" visit. Kitty greeted me with a bright smile and asked me various questions about my health. I got in quickly to see her and did not wait long for her to come to the exam room. She was friendly to my 1.5 year old daughter and completed her examination promptly. Also, the parking at this Facey location is MUCH improved since the addition of free valet. Use it!