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Schroeder Veterinary (Fort Worth, TX)

Schroeder Veterinary
Average 1.7/5.0 (2 Ratings)
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Schroeder Veterinary

3613 Lovell Ave
Fort Worth, TX 76107
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Animal Type

Cats
Dogs
Small Animals

Pet Parent Reviews

Level of trust in their decision making
Schroeder Veterinary
Average 1/5.0 (2 Ratings)

How well the veterinarian listens and answers questions
Schroeder Veterinary
Average 1/5.0 (1 Rating)

Spends appropriate amount of time with you
Schroeder Veterinary
Average 1/5.0 (2 Ratings)

How well the veterinarian explained medical conditions
Schroeder Veterinary
Average 1/5.0 (2 Ratings)

Got urgent care appointment as soon as you needed
Schroeder Veterinary
Average 1/5.0 (2 Ratings)

Veterinarian talked to about preventative care
Schroeder Veterinary
Average 1/5.0 (2 Ratings)

Receptionists at this office courteous and helpful
Schroeder Veterinary
Average 2/5.0 (2 Ratings)

Would you recommend this veterinarian to friends and family
Schroeder Veterinary
Average 2.5/5.0 (2 Ratings)

Office cleanliness
Schroeder Veterinary
Average 2.5/5.0 (2 Ratings)

Wait times as expected
Schroeder Veterinary
Average 3.5/5.0 (2 Ratings)

Pet Parent Survey Comments


joyce seibert
May 5 2021 12:41 PM
I was at first impressed with Dr. Logan and recommended several people to her. They had signs out that said "call on arrival, stay in your car and we will come out to get your pet". My dog had tummy issues. They put her on a prescription diet. It helped for awhile. Then it started over again. They sent a note out to me to roll her food in meat ball size and give it to her every 3 hours for a few days. I knew she would lose weight. On the morning she was to start back on her regular food, I heated it in the microwave. She ate a little of it and left. I called Dr. Logan's office and told them. In the meantime, my dog went back to the food and finished it. Dr. Logan called me at 12:00 and wanted me to bring my dog in at 2:30 that day. I told her she finished her food but she wanted to see her anyway. Thinking it was for an examination, we went to Dr. Logon's office. When we arrived, I called and someone came out to get my dog. I stayed in the car because that is what the signs said to do. A while later, a technician came out and told me I could go in. I got out and followed the girl. She opened a door and Dr. Logan yelled you can't come in here. We are not allowing anyone back here. The girl apologized and I sit on the bench. A little later, Dr. Logan came out with my dog wrapped in a blanket. She put her in my arms and told me my dog was tired, weak and wanted to go to heaven. I was in shock. I heard her say she was sedated. (Later, she said my dog was not sedated). I have heard when dogs reach a certain age, they should not be sedated. I only live about one mile from their office. Before we left, my dog was moving around. The whole time we were there, my dog was not moving. She was on her side. I know my dog. She did not like to be wrapped in a blanket or be covered. She would move away from it. I consented. I called my daughter and her husband and they came to be with me. We all went to the back (where doctor Logan said nobody was allowed back there). They put my dog on a table and I could see they already had the room set up to put her down. Dr. Logan pulled the blanket back and I could see she had put a green contraption on my dog where she put her shot. She put my beautiful dog down without consulting or letting me be a part of the end of her life. Since she had been sedated and it was late in the date, I didn't have time to take her some where else to get a second opinion. I asked her how much it would be to have her cremated. She jotted down some prices and asked if I wanted her to be thrown in with other dogs or by herself. I told her by herself. I did not get an itemized statement - just a $365.00 receipt. I have no idea, since I found I could not trust Dr. Logan, if the ashes she gave me are really my dogs or mixed with other dogs. I feel the treatment Dr. Logan showed my dog and I was unprofessional, dishonest, deceitful and unethical. Dr. Logan may not have thought my dog was very pretty but she meant the world to me. She was my baby, my life. With that in mind, I can not recommend Dr. Logan. I must add that it was December 17. Close to Christmas. Looking for a gift? A week later she had a professional sign out. Was the $365.00 to help pay for the sign? Money is not the problem. I paid each and every time when I went. I tried hard to find a good vet and keep my dog out of danger and look how her life ended. Dr Logan's actions are disgusting.

joyce seibert
May 5 2021 12:30 PM
I was at first impressed with Dr. Logan and recommended several people to her. They had signs out that said "call on arrival, stay in your car and we will come out to get your pet". My dog had tummy issues. They put her on a prescription diet. It helped for awhile. Then it started over again. They sent a note out to me to roll her food in meat ball size and give it to her every 3 hours for a few days. I knew she would lose weight. On the morning she was to start back on her regular food, I heated it in the microwave. She ate a little of it and left. I called Dr. Logan's office and told them. In the meantime, my dog went back to the food and finished it. Dr. Logan called me at 12:00 and wanted me to bring my dog in at 2:30 that day. I told her she finished her food but she wanted to see her anyway. Thinking it was for an examination, we went to Dr. Logon's office. When we arrived, I called and someone came out to get my dog. I stayed in the car because that is what the signs said to do. A while later, a technician came out and told me I could go in. I got out and followed the girl. She opened a door and Dr. Logan yelled you can't come in here. We are not allowing anyone back here. The girl apologized and I sit on the bench. A little later, Dr. Logan came out with my dog wrapped in a blanket. She put her in my arms and told me my dog was tired, weak and wanted to go to heaven. I was in shock. I heard her say she was sedated. (Later, she said my dog was not sedated). I have heard when dogs reach a certain age, they should not be sedated. I only live about one mile from their office. Before we left, my dog was moving around. The whole time we were there, my dog was not moving. She was on her side. I know my dog. She did not like to be wrapped in a blanket or be covered. She would move away from it. I consented. I called my daughter and her husband and they came to be with me. We all went to the back (where doctor Logan said nobody was allowed back there). They put my dog on a table and I could see they already had the room set up to put her down. Dr. Logan pulled the blanket back and I could see she had put a green contraption on my dog where she put her shot. She put my beautiful dog down without consulting or letting me be a part of the end of her life. Since she had been sedated and it was late in the date, I didn't have time to take her some where else to get a second opinion. I asked her how much it would be to have her cremated. She jotted down some prices and asked if I wanted her to be thrown in with other dogs or by herself. I told her by herself. I did not get an itemized statement - just a $365.00 receipt. I have no idea, since I found I could not trust Dr. Logan, if the ashes she gave me are really my dogs or mixed with other dogs. I feel the treatment Dr. Logan showed my dog and I was unprofessional, dishonest, deceitful and unethical. Dr. Logan may not have thought my dog was very pretty but she meant the world to me. She was my baby, my life. With that in mind, I can not recommend Dr. Logan. I must add that it was December 17. Close to Christmas. Looking for a gift? A week later she had a professional sign out. Was the $365.00 to help pay for the sign? Money is not the problem. I paid each and every time when I went. I tried hard to find a good vet and keep my dog out of danger and look how her life ended. Dr Logan's actions are disgusting.

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