We can’t thank you enough for your help in the rescue of Kopper last week. You are one of our heroes!
Our older son, Mark, had taken him for a walk behind our home and the schools. Mark had taken him off the leash; Kopper saw a deer; and took off. He did not come back. My husband, Bill, and Mark headed out to look for him. Mark did go to Urbana High since Kopper and Bill walk there in the evenings a lot. At 10 pm, I called our son and daughter-in-law, Jeff and Amy, who live in the Villages. I asked if they could post something about Kopper on Facebook. As Jeff and I were on the phone, I heard Amy in the background saying, “they found a dog and it’s Kopper”. She had seen the Facebook post.
Thank you for your concern for him and having staff waiting at Greenbriar. Kopper is 5 years old. [He] is dog #6 for us.
Once again, we appreciate ALL you did to get Kopper back to us that night. Mark went to Greenbriar to pick him up and they were home around 11 pm. We sure were happy to see him. He was a tired dog on Tuesday.
We LOVE Greenbriar!! In fact, we cannot say the name “Greenbriar Pet” before we’re ready to put Piper and Calvin in the car. They get too excited!!!
We were really happy with the attention that our dog received and the communication/photos we received. Our pup is not used to being boarded and it was initially stressful for us but the awesome staff helped to make it a very positive experience.
Dr. Pooya, Margaret Stafford, Jessica, and I am certain all the Vet Techs, run a highly organized hospital! I continue to get the very best customer service. Dr. Pooya is an “over the top” skilled surgeon; I drop my pets off for surgery feeling confident that they will get the very best care. My dog, Isis, is frequently in need of “aspirations”, and I can depend on Margaret’s skills to get material out of the tiniest of bumps. I love Greenbriar Vet Hospital, and I feel very lucky that my pets receive what I consider is the best Veterinary Care.
We have used the training (Phil is AMAZING and my grand puppy is OBSESSED with him), boarding, daycare and vet side of the business. This particular review is about Dr Spaar and a tech that assisted with my inherited geriatric dog during a stressful and scary episode earlier this week. I cried the whole way to the hospital and was a bawling mess in the lobby thinking our dear sweet old Pita was dying. The minute Dr Spaar and Judy walked in they helped to set my fears aside, not because they said everything was going to be ok, but because they both were sincere, sensitive and kind. They were as much my emotional therapist as they were veterinary care for Pita. Ironically as soon as I calmed down then little Miss Pita did too, amazing how they helped her through me. I give them so much credit for being there in the worst of times for their patients and their families. We’ve also seen Dr Pooya with a different pet before, he knows his stuff and is well educated also.