Parker Animal & Bird Clinic

(972) 985-0036 | View Website

2129 W Parker Rd Ste A, Plano, TX | Directions   75023

33.041734 -96.735508

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Mon 08:00 AM-06:00 PM;Tue 08:00 AM-06:00 PM;Wed 08:00 AM-06:00 PM;Thu 08:00 AM-06:00 PM;Fri 08:00 AM-06:00 PM;Sat 08:00 AM-12:00 PM

 
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Companion Animals;Dogs;Cats;Guinea Pigs;Rabbits other small pets.Avian Medicine.We Belive in Affordable Healthcare For Your Pets

Reviews for Parker Animal & Bird Clinic

8 months ago

I've been going to this vet for the past couple of years because the prices are much better than the other vets in the area. I love Dr. Whetstone, and the ladies at the front desk have always been nice to me, even while handling a huge number of appointments, walk-ins and animals. I found out today that Dr. Blonien is the owner of the clinic. I've only seen him once and Dr. Singh once, and they both seem very uncaring and don't ask the standard questions that you'd expect vets to ask. I time my visits to when Dr. Whetstone is there but sometimes I need to take one in and she's not on duty. I may have to start going back to my previous vet, even with the higher prices.

8 months ago

The only good thing about this place is Dr. Whetstone. She is very sweet and caring, but unfortunately, there is a lot more to a vet clinic that the vet.

The front end staff is rude, unprofessional and downright unpleasant. They charge MORE than retail for their prescriptions and when you ask for a paper script to take elsewhere, they make it clear they think you are horrible for buying from "those online pet meds websites". They are always super-busy to the point of utter chaos and even picking up meds is an ordeal.

We gave them 2 years, but finally left. I suggest you steer clear.

10 months ago

I am amzed at some of the negative comments here. I have had a 17 year relationship with this clinic and have taken 2 dogs and 2 cats here over the years. I have always been treated courteously and the staff has seen us through the death of my beloved dog, Ben, a Labrador retriever, and the care of all our animals. Most recently, my cat who is getting older has been having issues, and I just did a walk in - I was seen within minutes, even though they had a full office. Dr. Beth is wonderful. I have dealt wiht most of the staff and always was treated as if they cared - so I am not sure what happened in some of the cases below. I give Parker Animal & Bird Clinic 2 thumbs up!

Doesn't Recommend
over a year ago

I am not a person who usually writes a review on a place, but on this place I felt the need! Dr. Blonien has the worst way of treating animals. Our dog has seizures and one night he started with one to finish out at 13. We first took him to the Animal Hospital off of Custer. They took great care of him. The next morning we went to Parker Animal Clinic. We started to tell Dr. Blonien about our dogs history. He asked if he was up to date on his shots. Which of course I admitted I was an irresponsible pet owner and no he was not. So Before he would go any further with our dog he automatically says I am going to treat him as if he has rabies. He wrote out a waiver and had my husband sign it. He said he would administer the seizure meds, but Lucius would go into quarantine and we would go from there. He showed no care with our dog who was on sedatives at the time. He grab the leash and started dragging him through the other door. Lucius ran into the table and the Dr still showed no sympathy! After 6 hours of waiting and us having to call the Dr back... He said we could come get him, because he had not had another seizure. When he called us back into the room he left the door open, and proceeded to tell us he still thinks our dog has rabies and if he bites anyone and they die it is our fault. He gave Lucius potassium bromide and phenobarbital. Hmmm is that not what you treat an epileptic dog with. He said he was cleansing out the toxins, but still rabies was at the top of his list. Our dog has not bit anyone nor has he been attacked. I also told the Dr. Blonien this and he said he hears that all the time! We are taking our dog today to another Vet. The girl on the phone was very positive and understanding! I do not recommend this clinic to anyone unless you fit the profile that is acceptable to them. My dog and my family were treated will unwarranted disrespect! Also this man apparently has no problem with letting dogs with "rabies" leave his establishment.

over a year ago

I've used Parker Animal clinic for years, but found out yesterday that they cannot tell a cat's age. I have a kitten that's 5 months old and not a day older and the vet said he was a year old. They used to be cheaper than anyone else, but not anymore. $80 for neutering a 5 month old kitten is way over priced. I will be looking for a new vet and a closer one to home.

Doesn't Recommend
1.0
over a year ago

I've been to the Parker Animal & Bird Clinic for my cat and my dog, and have never had a problem. But with a recent event dealing with my sister's dog..I will NEVER go there again and I will certainly NEVER allow my animals to be taken care of by Dr. Blonien

She took her dog to get a routine heart worm check, so he needed his blood drawn. They were told to muzzle him several times, it was even on his chart that he has high anxiety. Well, they didn't muzzle him and a tech was bit. Whose fault is that, really? They talked down to my sister, blamed her for the situation that COULD have been prevented and were extremely rude.

They kept him over night in quarantine and did not feed him that morning him or take him out to go to the restroom. When they picked him up his behind was covered in his own feces. It's one thing to keep an animal in quarantine, and it's another to leave an animal in filth. Especially in a place that is supposed to take care of animals.

A lot of people go here because it's affordable and easy. But I personally am willing to pay a little extra money to assure that my animals are being taken care of properly with the attentiveness and care that an animal clinic is supposed to give.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Dr. Bethany Whetstone~the best ever – Dr. Whetstone is incredible! She is the first vet that my lab, Chewy, had ever visited where he didn't shake, rattle and roll!!. She always gave him great care and attention. This past Friday, Chewy left us for the heavens. Dr Bethany was so kind, caring and careful with him. As a result, he was so peaceful. Up until now, I have had a dog in my life for over 38 years. I have had a number of vets who have been very good. But she tops them all because she is focused on what is going on in front of her no matter how many patients she may have waiting. She showed us compassion and didn't rush herself or us. I cannot recommend her highly enough~~~an amazing lady for sure!!!!

Doesn't Recommend
1.0
over a year ago

not all is made out to be – …as I write this, I feel sick of my stomach knowing that I may have put to sleep an animal that could have been saved, but we will never really know.

About 2 months or so ago, I brought a feral cat to Parker Animal and Bird Clinic at 2129 W Parker in Plano. I thought I had found a great clinic. Wow, was I wrong, I found one great vet in Jennifer Thedford, but not a great clinic as you will see. Today I had to bring in another feral cat to the clinic, but this time Jennifer was off. I was assigned Dr Blonien, what a mistake. From the start I saw he had an attitude towards the feral animal, then, when we entered the room he removed the really weak animal onto the table, first by titling the cage and then just lifting it and allowing her to flop onto the table.

What a disgrace and lack of care. During the “so called” exam, the Dr. did not draw any blood, did not take her temperature, nor did he do anything to the animal…did not even touch her, he was surely thorough in charging for the exam. In conversation he said he felt surely that she was at “death’s door” as he put it and should be put down. Told me how much it would cost and that was it. I was afraid to release the feral animal in her weak state and have her die during an attack by another animal, or hide and the linger with the suffering so I went along with it, as she was lifeless .

During my first visit with Jennifer it was pretty much a similar situation, but she took the animal’s temperature and even suggested a less expensive test that though could not confirm anemia 100% would show the likelihood of it. She cared about the animal and although I left the office sad, I felt we had done the right thing. No so today, Dr. Blonien may be sure, I am not and how would he know…he just looked at her on the table, never even touched her once. I called the office back to let them know how bad the vet was, only to be shocked and find out that Dr. Blonien is the owner of the clinic, shame on him, he should change his line of work.

I will never use him again, end of story.

Dr. Blonien, these ferals may not mean much to you as it was obvious today, but to us, the feeders that use our own money, go and see the animals in hot weather, snow, ice, rain each and every day for many years and sometimes in not so nice or safe environments, they mean something to us.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Great vet; Great value – My local vet in a very nice neighborhood has very high prices and many on staff didn't seem to be overly concerned with my pet or my own welfare.

I was told to try Parker Animal & Bird Clinic off of Custer and Parker. The whole staff was very friendly, concerned and helpful. Just as important, they were VERY reasonably priced. They delivered the services with love for my dogs and yet also found ways to save me money (double up one dogs meds instead of two charges for both or telling me that they have specials on Thursdays for neuters). All in all my costs were more then half of the other vet I looked at and the service, compassion and care was better. Plus, I am an Aggie and two of their vets have degrees from there. No better credentials then a vet from Texas A&M...Gig Em!

Thanks PA&BC! I will be using you regularly now!

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Fantastic Vet! – We have been going to this vet since we came to Texas in 2009. Awesome clinic! Very insightful and caring! We have 2 cats, and 4 dogs and wouldn't think of going any where else.

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