filters
state:
Show
city:
Show
product:
Show
We took our 6 year old female pointer to Blue Pearl from a referral from our vet. We were told she had a spontaneous pneumothorax as she had never been injured. According to them the only possible way to help her was to cut her open and remove the damaged lung lobe. We...
Read more
I didn't like
  • Enything about bluepearl veterinary partners
#1240347
Reply to reviews
I watched multiple people put their pets down because they couldn't afford the outrageous rates they charged for general services. The vets there are only concerned about taking test that many of them didn't require or need. There has to be accountability for those...
Read more
1.0
I didn't like
  • All around bad experience
#1239943
Reply to reviews
My Yorkie was mulled by a pit on the week-end We took her to Blue Preal vet I was really upset crying and be side my self . they took her in back. then the lady at the desk wanted to be pays NOW I did not know if I were coming or going. they charged me $426.00 to see...
Read more
1.1
I didn't like
  • Uncaring only care for your credit card
#1237122
Reply to reviews
We had the same issue about the eyes! Spent 3 thousands dollars to be strung along for 9 months. The vet wanted my pug calmer before getting the surgery done. Put him on trazedoneand would up the dosage each time we went and say yes he’s doing better. He’s getting...
Read more
1.0
#1228843
Reply to reviews
I wanted to get a second opinion on my kitten who was very ill but no one knew what was wrong. The first vet told me to prepare to euthanize. After my kitten started improving, the first vet acted like oh well, that's to be expected, he's still going to die. So I went...
Read more
2.4
I didn't like
  • Uncaring blue pearl partners
#1225219
Reply to reviews
Show

Bluepearl Veterinary Partners - Sandy springs

This is by far the worst place to take your animals! They are like the {{Redacted}}!
#1221093
Reply to reviews
Hello, I would like to express my deepest concern for this website and the idea that veterinarians are overcharging. Please understand that a veterinary education costs on average between $200,000 and $300,000. Most veterinarians earn a Bachelor's and/or Master's...
Read more
Anonymous
Anonymous

Yep! You’re a Vet!I don’t mind paying any amount of money for results but my experience with Vets is they are money grubbing google searchers that can’t rid an animal of fleas...

Anonymous
Anonymous

Sounds like the Vet wrote this. It’s true it all comes down to the money!

5.0
I liked
  • Veterinarians and staff
#1212945
Reply to reviews
After spending over $6000 with them we attempted to get some eye medications refilled. Our dog is almost 14 years old and is a diabetic. We can't financially get the eye operations so we are controlling his pressures and comfort levels with these drugs. Now they won't...
Read more
Anonymous
Anonymous

Bad experience, my kitty cat was on death bed,they did not call me to let know me,i asked doctor let me know if things goes bad,was charged for my own medication,thishospital ...

There are so many things that were so wrong! I worked for a rescue for 15 years so I have been around veterinarians and animals a lot! The main problem is you are taken advantage of because your pet is in need! We brought our dog in late because our dog was seen by our...
Read more
#1185014
Reply to reviews
I went to the blue pearl animal hospital in forest hills ny. Within two hours they presented me multiple estimates. Ranging from $200 to $4000. When they inalt gave me my dog back two hours later he was unconscious and bleeding from his nose and mouth. They had him...
Read more
#1181661
Reply to reviews