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Dr. Isom is the best vet I have ever taken my dogs to.

Dr. Isom

895 W 100 S, Heber City, UT 84032

(435) 654-3837

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For Colorado hunters I don't think you can do any better then Dr. Shawn Wayment with Castle Pines Animal Care Clinic (303)688-3660. Shawn is a bird dog guy through and through.... http://animalcar

Central ND has a good one at Missouri Valley Vet Clinic in Bismarck. Their speciality is dogs and the vets have their own hunting dogs. http://www.missourivalleyvet.com/

For anyone visiting Vermont to hunt, this may be a little ways away from most hunting areas, but it's a small state... Anyway, Ryan Canales is a guy I met in the bird cover behind my house...I heard

Dr. Bob Rosebrock

Rosebrock Veterinary Clinic

2325 FM 967

Buda, TX 78610

512-312-0701

Don't be put off by his clinic, it's a dump but he's probably the best vet I've ever dealt with. When I first went to him  I had three dogs, the two "Royal Rodents" (my late wife's twin Maltese) and my Golden Retriever Samba. I had him check one of the rodents for his "annual" ear infection. Bob took one look at Tiger and correctly diagnosed and treated Tiger for an underactive thyroid condition (which can make the dog susceptible to yeast infections in their ears). Tigers ear infection cleared up within weeks just taking thyroid pills. It angers me to think that Tiger had suffered with an underactive thyroid and chronic ear infections for 12 years and 4 other vets chose to only treat symptoms. He then successfully treated the other rodent Lilly for a chronic heart condition. Samba just got vaccinations and regular check-ups.

Another thing, Bob's prices are very low compared to other area vets.

Steve

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If you're in south/central Vermont, Riverside Vet Clinic.  Whether you're in the area hunting or just at Killington to go skiing and your dog gets sick.  

They have two locations, Rutland and Ludlow.  They do emergencies as well (maybe only do emergencies in Rutland).  Don't be afraid to call late, call on a Sunday, etc.    

802-773-4771 Rutland  

802-228-5700 Ludlow

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Central Minnesota, St Cloud area contact http://www.boysenanimalhospital.com/   My vet for 25 years.

In Minneapolis the University of Minnesota vet hospital has 24hr emergency and all the services of a human hospital, and an awful lot of my retirement savings...http://www.cvm.umn.edu/vmc/     Emergency / After hours 612-626-VETS (8387)

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My dog is just a house pet, but before I moved I got wonderful service from Dr. Elam in Powhatan, Va. The decor on the office walls (a plaque, if I remember right?), combined with the location, make me suspect he knows about gun dogs too.

 

 1403 Anderson Hwy, Virginia 23139
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There are a couple of us who are members of the Missouri Hunting Spaniel Club who use Dr. Rick Smith at Millwood Animal Hospital here in Springfield, Missouri. Rick is a hunter and owns GSPs. He's just a good guy with a great family and I trust him. They are an Equine center as well.

 

http://millwoodanimalhospital.com/

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Located in central North Carolina

 

The Animal Hospital at Lake Brandt

1012 HWY 150 West

Summerfield, NC 27

336-643-2229

 

Dr. JL Jernigan. Great vet, used to hunt test with Boykins.

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I will be traveling in Michigan UP for first time this fall and was wondering if anyone had Emergency Vet clinic recommendations, nothing worse than having to find one under pressure.

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On 9/20/2012 at 12:12 PM, WI Outdoor Nut said:

Just moved to fox valley, WI (appleton)- anyone have a good vet here they would recommend?

Other Areas:

Madison - Spring Harbor Animal Hospital - Dr. Link.

Tomahawk, WI - Animal Clinic of Tomahawk 715-453-4593

Hazelhurst, WI - All Creaters AH. 715 358-4300

Iron County Animal Clinic  

930 Selden Road, Iron River, MI

(906) 265-3111 () ‎

Well Steve Degrave at river view animal

hospital in Green Bay/ Depere is absolutely top notch. I’ve had a lot of vets in this area, he is the best , period . From soft tissue, to anything. He is a bird hunter himself , and treats dogs with a co passion like have never seen. I’ve sent everyone I know to him for over the last decade , and I’ve never had a person come back and not say he’s the greatest they’ve had .

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On 9/20/2012 at 9:40 AM, WI Brookie Guy said:

I've been going to Forest Lake Veterinary Hospital (Forest Lake, MN) for almost 25 years.  I highly recommend Dr. Tom Randall, he's compassionate, competively priced, and he won't snow you.

19861 Fitzgerald Trail N

Forest Lake, MN 55025

(651) 464-2752

Forest Lake Veterinary Hospital

 

I have been going there for about 3 years. I have never had a bad vet there, Dr Randall has done 2 surgeries on my dogs and I was very happy with him. Only downside there is that is can take quite awhile to get in, I wish they could run a couple more vets. Overall though I am very happy with them. 

 

Blue Pearl Emergency Vet in Blaine has done right by us for evening and weekend emergencies, they are reasonably priced for an ER vet and real straight forward with you. 

 

When I lived in Iowa I went to Cedar Rapids Animal Hospital for 12 years. Dr Marty Weber is the best vet I have ever worked with. 

1000 Memorial Dr SE

Cedar Rapids IA 52403

319-366-0479

 

 

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Looking for a Vet in the Space Coast Florida area.  Don’t mind traveling to see a good vet. 

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Thanks for the vet recommendation at Seneca, KS.  I'm less than an hour from there.  The vets around my immediate area haven't been worth a damn with gun dogs.  So much so, lately, I've been going straight to K-State Veterinary Hospital.  Not cheap, but best of care and available 24/7.

Need a recommendation for Central Wyoming and North Central North Dakota.  Can anyone help with those?

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