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I moved to Brighton about four months ago and brought my sweet dog, Sunny, with me. She is 8 years old, and like every pet owner, she is my world. The staff helped me establish her as a new patient and helped with every question and concern I had for her.
Took my dogs for their check-up and shots. The staff was very friendly and professional. They did a great job.
We came from a small town and struggled to find a vet that seemed to care. These ladies went above and beyond making sure I was understanding and we were comfortable.
Amazing service. I love the texts messages checking in our guy. The extra attention to detail regarding the allergies Our English bulldog has dealt with. Definitely 100% recommend.
Kelly McGuire is everything you want a Veterinarian to be. Someone who cares about the animals in her charge first. Her compassion and knowledge go hand in hand in how she cares for her clients. There is no one else we trust more or would take our furry family to.
Dr. McGuire has consistently provided an outstanding level of care for all of our pets throughout their lives. She combines excellent diagnostic and technical skills with a kind bedside manner that has put our pets, and us, at ease even during stressful situations. I particularly appreciate her willingness to work with us to employ creative and cost-sensitive treatment solutions for long-term health issues. It can be challenging to find a vet that successfully navigates the balance between outstanding care, sensitivity to budgets, and respectful handling of animals (and their humans!), and yet Dr. McGuire successfully manages this feat. Pets and their owners are very lucky to have access to her services!
They were very through with me and everything going on with my fur baby. They were very gentle with her and made sure to take their time and be patient. I will never go to any other vet.
Being referred by our Vet, Dr. Shannon Rich, made us very comfortable and then the reception and conversations we had with the staff and Dr. McGuire totally put us at ease. We trust that Wildflower will take great care of Brewzer and his dental needs.
Thoroughness of the examination and clarity of the discussion with the examining vet. The follow-up was a clear indication of interest in the welfare of our dog which was very much appreciated.
Not your usual visit to the vet. You and your pet are greeted at the door. Dr. McGuire is amazing. She explains everything in layman’s talk so you totally understand your pet’s treatment options.
My dogs didn’t even realize they were at the vet. Dr. McGuire got down on the ground with them and they thought they were there to play. They had no idea they were getting checkups and never even knew they got shots that day.
This was exactly what I was looking for. A vet that actually cares. After my dog got her shots, they actually took time to contact me to see how she is doing. You can tell that they care about your pet as if it was their own.
Dr. McGuire has been caring for our dog Bear as our primary vet for nearly 6 years. She is exceptional and we feel so lucky to have her.
I remember the first time I met Dr. McGuire. Bear had an x-ray done of his front leg- he’d been limping and we were trying to get to the bottom of it. I have anxiety and am especially triggered by anything medical- particularly when it pertains to our dog, who is the most important being to me aside from my husband, and I was terrified he had cancer or something equally dire. Dr. McGuire took me in the back room and showed me Bear’s x-ray, and compared it to the x-ray of a dog with a cancer diagnosis. She understood my concerns, and was empathetic, transparent, and matter-of-fact. Her style was so memorable that I knew I wanted her to be our vet forever.
Today, she manages Bear’s unique health condition with tact and talent. I feel like she really cares about Bear, and it shows. Bear’s happiness, health, and overall quality of life are a huge testament to her skills as a vet. She’s even managed Bear’s care pro bono as she establishes her new practice.
Again, I really don’t know what we’d do without her- which is why we will happily travel the 90 minutes to Brighton from Bailey for her services.