Yelp Review - Karl M.
I am a mother. I was raised with cats. Cats were "pets" and my family treated them as replaceable.
I met my boyfriend, a combat veteran, about 7 years ago and he had boxers. Huge boxers. Naturally, I was terrified of them. Fast forward 7 years and these boxers are my children. I have three children.
Today, my black boxer almost died. I was that woman who almost called 911 for my dog because that's how much of a human my dog is to me.
I flagged down people from the street. My dog collapsed. He was outside for 90 seconds. It's hot. I don't walk them in the heat. I'm not an idiot. But they acted like they needed to poop. So I took them outside. Again, 90 seconds.
My black boxer suddenly dives head first into bushes, moans like an animal dying, and freezes up. If you're a parent, I do not need to explain what it feels like to witness something like that.
I called Dr. Farrar and he left an office full of appointments, picked me up, and took care of my boxer. It was not heat at all. My boxer may possibly have beginning stages of a heart issue and we are set to see a cardiologist tomorrow.
Not only did Dr. Farrar go above and beyond, but his staff also did as well. My other boxer was crying for my black boxer so they let me sit in the room with both dogs while the EKG was being administered.
I am absolutely speechless as to the level of professionalism, care, and knowledge that my boys received today. It's places and people like these that remind me that the world is not so messed up.