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Value Vet – Canoga Park
21724 Sherman Way
Canoga Park, CA 91303
P: 818-592-0092
Monday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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  • Bentlie
    Said on Aug 11, 2016 by Bentlie Reply

    If I could give this place no stars I would. I didn't want to do this, but the office manager, Tony will not answer his phone. I have called him now 6 times and left him a message to call me back. Still no response. I had the worst experience here on August 7,2016 and unfortunately I had to file a complaint against Dr. Fret Lucero to ask for a suspension or revocation of his license. Please, do not take your pets here, he is physically abusive to the animals he treats, and if read more reviews, you will see that. No "value" price is worth the pain of your animals. Here is the complaint I filed to the state of California:

    "Dr. Lucero walked into the room and greeted us and then tried to begin examining my dog. My dog is nervous of him so she was nervous to approach him. Dr. Lucero asked for her leash and I gave it to him. Now her leash is attached to a harness that wraps around her head and snout, it prevents her from pulling when going for walks. This "vet" proceeded to pull the leash as hard as he possibly could to get my dog to come up to him, subsequently pulling her body by her head. This went on for about 30 seconds... She whimpered because she was in pain. I told this man to get off of her and let go of her leash. He let go and said he could not treat her if she would not go near him. I told him pulling her by her head is no way to get a dog to come near you. I turned my dog around and asked him to examine her (we were visiting because she has anal gland issues) He then immediately said she was in heat and left the room. The next day I went to another vet and learned that she needed to get her anal glands expressed and treated once a week. After four weeks of treatment, if they do not get better, she must have them removed."

Value Vet Inc. has been in business since January of 2000. We started modestly as a string of vaccine clinics and began building ourselves into a full service veterinary hospital group. We are currently composed of three hospitals, two in West Los Angeles and one in Canoga Park.