The services rendered by Dr. Fixler and his staff were above and beyond the call.... we had a 30 minute introductory appointment where he fully examined my cat who was in end-stage kidney failure. He did blood work and got back to me to confirm what our specialist had found and which had gotten worse. He was supportive and full of truthful information.
Several weeks passed while we continued to care for our sick cat,a member of our family and beloved by all. Finally after 2 months, the cat began to fail, not eat or take fluids. And she was beginning to suffer. We called Dr. Fixler back to arrange for a date. It was difficult for us - they guided on what to expect. To keep the cat comfy and in her favorite places. And by the time the end came around, it was truly the end of her comfortable life span. We held her, had her outdoors which she loved, and then move in to her place on our bed. And it was gently just over. Peaceful, respectful and no pain. A much different experience than having to run out to the emergency vet in the middle of the night with a frightened animal. I recommend him highly. J E Upchurch
March 13, 2013
Professional and Compassionate. Our 12 yr. old Chocolate Lab Buck was our "King" and beloved boy. Thanks to Dr. and Mrs. Fixler, he left this world with the love and respect he so deserved. There was no fear, no anxiety, and he was able to leave this earth in the comfort of his home and with the family that he loved unconditionally. Tim and Cynthia Tyler
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