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I can’t say enough great things about the clinic and staff. My most recent visit was into the ER; Amy Savarino, Dr. Chang and support team coordinated a quick recovery for Kate, Sheltie. Thank you, A&M.
My review of the Texas A&M Veterinary School covers many years of my life of a cattleman. The facilities are mostly clean and polished. The staff of students and veterinarians is highly educated, concerned, accomplished, and dedicated for successful treatment. Many ranchers bring their animals for routine care and of course more serious medical analysis. I was never more wrong about the high cost for these professional and thorough services. For over 20 years I have used these services as a go to treatment center - for my Great Pyrenees as well. I will continue to do so. Graduates of this school make fine Veterinarians for the ranchers of America.
Today is Alvin’s 3rd birthday and we just wanted to reach out and say THANK YOU again. Alvin was brought to Texas A&M as a last resort after our vet said there was nothing more they could do for his aggressive pneumonia. Because of your state of the art equipment and oxygen tent, Alvin was slowly nursed back to health for a month at your facility. He says “hi” to all his caretakers there! Today he is thriving and in excellent condition with no lasting health conditions from his once terminal prognosis! Thank you again and God Bless!
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