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Leesville Animal Hospital

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(919) 867-0157
9309 Leesville Rd
Raleigh, NC 27613-7515
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Description

246021ATTR:FULL SERVICE

DENTISTRY

ULTRASOUND

Phone Numbers

main:
(919) 867-0157
alternate:
(919) 845-4673
fax:
(919) 870-6422

Services

BATHING, BOARDING, DENTAL CARE, DROP OFFS, GROOMING, HOSPITALIZATION, MEDICATION ADMINISTRATION, REHABILITATION, SURGERY, VETERINARIAN SUPERVISED, DAY CAMPS

Vanity City Name

Raleigh

Year Established

1988

Specialties

CATS, SMALL ANIMALS
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cheryl moorehead

written: 12 Reviews
After taking our dog of 13 years to Leesville Animal Hospital for most of her life, I regret ever putting her in their care. On September 20th I picked up my yellow lab, Maggie, after a weekend of boarding. When my husband took her in on the previous Friday she walked in with her tail wagging. When I picked her up on Monday she could barely stand up and as it turned out, never stood up again. We do not blame them for her decline and had in fact signed a waiver requesting that no measures be taken to diagnose or treat her. She had been showing signs of aging decline. What I object to is the lack of communication and or compassion. No one warned me that her condition had deteriorated so I was stunned when she came out. She was dazed, could not stand, and her head was just fur on bone with her eyes sunken and skull protruding. The assistant lifted her into the back of the suv for me. I commented to her that I would know in Maggies eyes when it was time to put her down and that sadly that time had come. She never said " I'm so sorry". She said nothing. Just walked back in to the building. We were 2 hours away at the beach and had left 2 cell phone numbers. Did it ever occur to anyone that they could notify us of her conditon and give us an opportunity to come back and see our loyal friend of 13 years and then put her out of her discomfort? Possibly the worst thing of all is that I sent an e-mail letter to Leesville Animal Hospital to express my disappointment in how things were handled and never received a reply. I expected to at least hear that they were sorry for how things ended with them.We did after all spend quite a bit of money there over the past several years. Their lack of response prompted this review. I was trying to give them the benefit of the doubt. We all make mistakes. Just to summarize. Things did end well for Maggie. We carried her home to her favorite spot on our screened in porch and spent the rest of the day there with her. She couldn't even raise her head by then. We called Dr. Anne Jones with "Homeward Bound" mobile vet services. She very compassionately came over that very afternoon and allowed us to say our gentle goodbyes to our beloved Maggie right there on that porch overlooking the woods.She then gave her a peaceful exit from this world and allowed us to wrap her in her blanket and carry her to her van. If we ever have another dog, I think you can guess what vet we will choose. Cheryl M
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cheryl moorehead

written: 12 Reviews
After taking our dog of 13 years to Leesville Animal Hospital for most of her life, I regret ever putting her in their care. On September 20th I picked up my yellow lab, Maggie, after a weekend of boarding. When my husband took her in on the previous Friday she walked in with her tail wagging. When I picked her up on Monday she could barely stand up and as it turned out, never stood up again. We do not blame them for her decline and had in fact signed a waiver requesting that no measures be taken to diagnose or treat her. She had been showing signs of aging decline. What I object to is the lack of communication and or compassion. No one warned me that her condition had deteriorated so I was stunned when she came out. She was dazed, could not stand, and her head was just fur on bone with her eyes sunken and skull protruding. The assistant lifted her into the back of the suv for me. I commented to her that I would know in Maggies eyes when it was time to put her down and that sadly that time had come. She never said " I'm so sorry". She said nothing. Just walked back in to the building. We were 2 hours away at the beach and had left 2 cell phone numbers. Did it ever occur to anyone that they could notify us of her conditon and give us an opportunity to come back and see our loyal friend of 13 years and then put her out of her discomfort? Possibly the worst thing of all is that I sent an e-mail letter to Leesville Animal Hospital to express my disappointment in how things were handled and never received a reply. I expected to at least hear that they were sorry for how things ended with them.We did after all spend quite a bit of money there over the past several years. Their lack of response prompted this review. I was trying to give them the benefit of the doubt. We all make mistakes. Just to summarize. Things did end well for Maggie. We carried her home to her favorite spot on our screened in porch and spent the rest of the day there with her. She couldn't even raise her head by then. We called Dr. Anne Jones with "Homeward Bound" mobile vet services. She very compassionately came over that very afternoon and allowed us to say our gentle goodbyes to our beloved Maggie right there on that porch overlooking the woods.She then gave her a peaceful exit from this world and allowed us to wrap her in her blanket and carry her to her van. If we ever have another dog, I think you can guess what vet we will choose. Cheryl M
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cheryl moorehead

written: 12 Reviews
After taking our dog of 13 years to Leesville Animal Hospital for most of her life, I regret ever putting her in their care. On September 20th I picked up my yellow lab, Maggie, after a weekend of boarding. When my husband took her in on the previous Friday she walked in with her tail wagging. When I picked her up on Monday she could barely stand up and as it turned out, never stood up again. We do not blame them for her decline and had in fact signed a waiver requesting that no measures be taken to diagnose or treat her. She had been showing signs of aging decline. What I object to is the lack of communication and or compassion. No one warned me that her condition had deteriorated so I was stunned when she came out. She was dazed, could not stand, and her head was just fur on bone with her eyes sunken and skull protruding. The assistant lifted her into the back of the suv for me. I commented to her that I would know in Maggies eyes when it was time to put her down and that sadly that time had come. She never said " I'm so sorry". She said nothing. Just walked back in to the building. We were 2 hours away at the beach and had left 2 cell phone numbers. Did it ever occur to anyone that they could notify us of her conditon and give us an opportunity to come back and see our loyal friend of 13 years and then put her out of her discomfort? Possibly the worst thing of all is that I sent an e-mail letter to Leesville Animal Hospital to express my disappointment in how things were handled and never received a reply. I expected to at least hear that they were sorry for how things ended with them.We did after all spend quite a bit of money there over the past several years. Their lack of response prompted this review. I was trying to give them the benefit of the doubt. We all make mistakes. Just to summarize. Things did end well for Maggie. We carried her home to her favorite spot on our screened in porch and spent the rest of the day there with her. She couldn't even raise her head by then. We called Dr. Anne Jones with "Homeward Bound" mobile vet services. She very compassionately came over that very afternoon and allowed us to say our gentle goodbyes to our beloved Maggie right there on that porch overlooking the woods.She then gave her a peaceful exit from this world and allowed us to wrap her in her blanket and carry her to her van. If we ever have another dog, I think you can guess what vet we will choose. Cheryl M
Photo of cheryl moorehead

cheryl moorehead

written: 12 Reviews
After taking our dog of 13 years to Leesville Animal Hospital for most of her life, I regret ever putting her in their care. On September 20th I picked up my yellow lab, Maggie, after a weekend of boarding. When my husband took her in on the previous Friday she walked in with her tail wagging. When I picked her up on Monday she could barely stand up and as it turned out, never stood up again. We do not blame them for her decline and had in fact signed a waiver requesting that no measures be taken to diagnose or treat her. She had been showing signs of aging decline. What I object to is the lack of communication and or compassion. No one warned me that her condition had deteriorated so I was stunned when she came out. She was dazed, could not stand, and her head was just fur on bone with her eyes sunken and skull protruding. The assistant lifted her into the back of the suv for me. I commented to her that I would know in Maggies eyes when it was time to put her down and that sadly that time had come. She never said " I'm so sorry". She said nothing. Just walked back in to the building. We were 2 hours away at the beach and had left 2 cell phone numbers. Did it ever occur to anyone that they could notify us of her conditon and give us an opportunity to come back and see our loyal friend of 13 years and then put her out of her discomfort? Possibly the worst thing of all is that I sent an e-mail letter to Leesville Animal Hospital to express my disappointment in how things were handled and never received a reply. I expected to at least hear that they were sorry for how things ended with them.We did after all spend quite a bit of money there over the past several years. Their lack of response prompted this review. I was trying to give them the benefit of the doubt. We all make mistakes. Just to summarize. Things did end well for Maggie. We carried her home to her favorite spot on our screened in porch and spent the rest of the day there with her. She couldn't even raise her head by then. We called Dr. Anne Jones with "Homeward Bound" mobile vet services. She very compassionately came over that very afternoon and allowed us to say our gentle goodbyes to our beloved Maggie right there on that porch overlooking the woods.She then gave her a peaceful exit from this world and allowed us to wrap her in her blanket and carry her to her van. If we ever have another dog, I think you can guess what vet we will choose. Cheryl M
Photo of cheryl moorehead

cheryl moorehead

written: 12 Reviews
After taking our dog of 13 years to Leesville Animal Hospital for most of her life, I regret ever putting her in their care. On September 20th I picked up my yellow lab, Maggie, after a weekend of boarding. When my husband took her in on the previous Friday she walked in with her tail wagging. When I picked her up on Monday she could barely stand up and as it turned out, never stood up again. We do not blame them for her decline and had in fact signed a waiver requesting that no measures be taken to diagnose or treat her. She had been showing signs of aging decline. What I object to is the lack of communication and or compassion. No one warned me that her condition had deteriorated so I was stunned when she came out. She was dazed, could not stand, and her head was just fur on bone with her eyes sunken and skull protruding. The assistant lifted her into the back of the suv for me. I commented to her that I would know in Maggies eyes when it was time to put her down and that sadly that time had come. She never said " I'm so sorry". She said nothing. Just walked back in to the building. We were 2 hours away at the beach and had left 2 cell phone numbers. Did it ever occur to anyone that they could notify us of her conditon and give us an opportunity to come back and see our loyal friend of 13 years and then put her out of her discomfort? Possibly the worst thing of all is that I sent an e-mail letter to Leesville Animal Hospital to express my disappointment in how things were handled and never received a reply. I expected to at least hear that they were sorry for how things ended with them.We did after all spend quite a bit of money there over the past several years. Their lack of response prompted this review. I was trying to give them the benefit of the doubt. We all make mistakes. Just to summarize. Things did end well for Maggie. We carried her home to her favorite spot on our screened in porch and spent the rest of the day there with her. She couldn't even raise her head by then. We called Dr. Anne Jones with "Homeward Bound" mobile vet services. She very compassionately came over that very afternoon and allowed us to say our gentle goodbyes to our beloved Maggie right there on that porch overlooking the woods.She then gave her a peaceful exit from this world and allowed us to wrap her in her blanket and carry her to her van. If we ever have another dog, I think you can guess what vet we will choose. Cheryl M
Photo of cheryl moorehead

cheryl moorehead

written: 12 Reviews
After taking our dog of 13 years to Leesville Animal Hospital for most of her life, I regret ever putting her in their care. On September 20th I picked up my yellow lab, Maggie, after a weekend of boarding. When my husband took her in on the previous Friday she walked in with her tail wagging. When I picked her up on Monday she could barely stand up and as it turned out, never stood up again. We do not blame them for her decline and had in fact signed a waiver requesting that no measures be taken to diagnose or treat her. She had been showing signs of aging decline. What I object to is the lack of communication and or compassion. No one warned me that her condition had deteriorated so I was stunned when she came out. She was dazed, could not stand, and her head was just fur on bone with her eyes sunken and skull protruding. The assistant lifted her into the back of the suv for me. I commented to her that I would know in Maggies eyes when it was time to put her down and that sadly that time had come. She never said " I'm so sorry". She said nothing. Just walked back in to the building. We were 2 hours away at the beach and had left 2 cell phone numbers. Did it ever occur to anyone that they could notify us of her conditon and give us an opportunity to come back and see our loyal friend of 13 years and then put her out of her discomfort? Possibly the worst thing of all is that I sent an e-mail letter to Leesville Animal Hospital to express my disappointment in how things were handled and never received a reply. I expected to at least hear that they were sorry for how things ended with them.We did after all spend quite a bit of money there over the past several years. Their lack of response prompted this review. I was trying to give them the benefit of the doubt. We all make mistakes. Just to summarize. Things did end well for Maggie. We carried her home to her favorite spot on our screened in porch and spent the rest of the day there with her. She couldn't even raise her head by then. We called Dr. Anne Jones with "Homeward Bound" mobile vet services. She very compassionately came over that very afternoon and allowed us to say our gentle goodbyes to our beloved Maggie right there on that porch overlooking the woods.She then gave her a peaceful exit from this world and allowed us to wrap her in her blanket and carry her to her van. If we ever have another dog, I think you can guess what vet we will choose. Cheryl M

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