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I'm taking my cat to the vet today to see why he started drooling last night (first time he ever did this-no other symptoms at all). Since it is Sunday, his regular vet is not open.

Does anyone have experience with Banfield (at Petsmart locations)? Would I better off going to the emergency clinic instead?
post #2 of 5
Just like in any case, some vets are better than others and some Banfields are better than others. Some members think they are fantastic and some have had problems. I have never had personal experience with them.

Is the Banfield near you equipped to handle emergencies?

Good luck to you and your cat. Let us know how you make out.
post #3 of 5
I used a Banfield years ago that I was not happy with. Then another 2 years ago that I couldn't stand the doctor. But recenlty I found another one in my area and I love the doctor there. She's awesome with the cats and with me. I liked her so much, I've put both my cats on a wellness plan there. So it just depends on the actual vets, I think. I think the reason I keep trying them again is because it is so convenient with the extended hours, walk ins are taken and they have state of the art facilities. It just took me a while to find one that had a doctor I liked.
post #4 of 5
My friend used to work for them. I dont use them because I know alot of bad things that have happened at some of them. It is true some are better then others.
post #5 of 5
I use Banfield. My husband used to be a pet nurse there, and I met all of the vets and the staff, and they really cared about the animals. I too have the wellness plan for my two cats! But I have heard that some places are much better than others. With the wellness plan I have saved almost $600 on preventative care alone!

Oops, I did a search and pulled this up, I didn't realize this was from Jan 2008...sorry!
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