Tampa >Veterinary Services > Safari Animal Clinic
6610 E Fowler Ave Ste J, Tampa, FL | Directions 3361728.054781 -82.379353
Mon - Tue, 9am - 6pm; Wed, drop-off only, 7am - 6pm; Thu, Fri, 9am - 6pm; Sat, 9am - 1pm; Sun, closed
Excellent Service Always for my Little Fur Babies – I have been a long time customer with Dr. "N" at Safari Animal Hospital for over 15 years. I have had several dogs and cats that Dr. N has cared for. Although some of my pets are since deceased they all lived 15 years of longer. This was due to the exceptional care that was provided at this clinic. The Doctor and staff are excellent. They are very professional and follow-up with you to make sure the pets are doing OK. I have two little dogs now and I would not take them anywhere else except to this clinic. I live about 50 miles from this clinic and prefer to continue driving here rather than go somewhere that I may not receive the superior service that I receive here. If you want to feel that your pet is receiving the best care possible give this clinic a call.
They treat our dog like family! – Dr. Nalmapius is the most caring vet I have ever visited. I have had multiple dogs for over the last 30 years, and all other vets were very cold in their treatment of my pets and in their discussions with me. The vet here proactively discusses very breed specific issues that we will likely see, ways to prevent problems, and he provides an exhaustive computer generated review of every aspect of the screenings and tests performed. Our records are also available online so we can track treatment. The staff treat us like family, and greet us and our dog by name when we visit. We also always receive follow-up phone calls after each visit to ensure we do not have any questions. HIGHLY RECOMMEND SAFARI ANIMAL CLINIC!!
Not Recommended – My dog went in for a scrrening for possible pancreatitis. Once the results came in I had to cal to find out the results and was told that she has pancreatitis and it is possibly food related and that they want my dog to come back in for a day of observation. I asked what the observation was for and was only told that "The Dr. wants to observe her" I kept asking what for and what he was looking for but never got a clear answer, just that he wanted to observe her. On the day I brought her in I asked to speak with the Dr. to go over the test results and was only told that they would take my questions and give them to him when he was in. I told them I would not be dropping my dog off then and will when I can talk to the Dr. first to go over the test results and what direction he was heading in. Then out comes the Dr....HE WAS RIGHT THERE! Then he tells me that all the test results came back normal-no pancreatitis! Nothing. He then told me exactly why he wanted her in for for the day and what further tests he wanted to run, information I was asking for for 2 days. All of this information should be shared with the clinet immediately not with the attitude of Dr. knows best and you don't need to worry about it. Part of being a good vet is not only how well the animals are treated but how well you treat the clients and keep them constantly informed, which they clearly don't do.
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