Olmos Park Animal Hospital San Antonio, Texas

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2 years ago

Dr. Tomasini was absolutely wonderful. Took his time to explain the issues and treatment for my dog. Staff was so friendly. I highly recommend this vet office!!

Julia Valerio

2 years ago

I've called a couple of times for info and I hear dogs in the background barking incessantly. On a Saturday (office was closed) waiting on a bus a guy in charge didn't know how to handle a dog that continued to yelp. I felt bad for the poor animal. I decided to look elsewhere for care of my 5lb 8 yr old Chihuahua.

Isaac Ramirez

2 years ago

Everyone is so very nice leaving the doctor took the time call himself and say that heave-to wanted to check to see how his patient was doing even though all she went in for was a checkup and some meds

Chris Lewis

2 years ago

They are the best in town!!!

Tracy A. Jones

3 years ago

The staff and veterinarians here are so wonderful. My female pug Ya-Ya was recently diagnosed with a mast cell tumor and they have assisted me with reaching out to an oncologist and getting her scheduled for surgery. They are extremely communicative and I will be bringing both Ya-Ya and my male pug Yanni back for routine visits and preventative care. Thank you Olmos Park Hospital.

Kali Nicole Tripp

3 years ago

I had an 8 a.m. appointment, at 9:15 the vet still wasn’t there. They also do not offer some basic vaccines.

Juli G

3 years ago

So grateful for these folks❤️ They took excellent care of our 14 year old. The doctors and staff are phenomenal!

David Rudewick

4 years ago

I was doing laundry and wandered in, searching for a cone of shame. I immediately found the staff warm, friendly, positive, and lovely to deal with, leading to what seemed like a great first meeting with Dr. Cross who also seemed intensely devoted to getting his skin and paws better. For uncomplicated every day veterinary maintenance and care I think they might be adequate, but if you have an animal that has any kind of complication, please know this may not be the place for you. Dr. Corder seems incredibly kind but was unaware of treatment protocols and on more than one occasion was at odds with Dr. Cross's prognosis when she was not available (which happened too often to count). The veterinarian care was more than I could afford and ultimately lacking and uncoordinated. Communication with vets is often through staff and the preferred way to leave dogs in the morning for afternoon pickup makes follow-up and consistency challenging. I should have known early on when it took more than 3 weeks to hear from Dr. Cross after repeated messages that care might not be proficient. Dr.Cross presented herself expert on skin maladies and offered a treatment plan in August estimated to be about $1700, but by the time Christmas had come I had maxed out my credit card with $3000 in vet charges plus out of pocket cash to boot. It was always pitched that if I only would do everything suggested could I reasonably expect improvement. Once all had been tried and no improvement, communication became even more strained. It seemed her estimate lacked the excessive upcharges associated with the base exam cost of $38, like an additional $40 to use a pen sized black light (Wood’s Lamp), while surprisingly nothing for use of a stethoscope for the heart. When over the weeks, $160 is charged for use of a simple exam tool that costs less than that amount on Amazon, there is a problem. Excessive, expensive and ineffective. I literally spent every dollar I didn’t have chasing ill advised protocols that could have been based on tests they had in-hand. My bull terrier was suffering more than ever, and according to my new vet, early indicators for effective treatment were missed. He had high fever and a raging systemic infection that could and should have been caught. Had a more competent and engaged vet reviewed the expensive test results then I could have avoided the expensive allergy tests and treatment and instead had a plan tailored to test results and proven experience. Perhaps some undisclosed happening caused Dr. Cross to not be available or attentive for weeks on end, but consistent and informed care was not made available. Never a follow up about progress or concern expressed from her. I found a new vet a month ago and requested my files, they called and let me know I had a balance that I would need to pay. I went today to settle up and the receptionist let me know it had been sent to collections. About $300 within the month, seriously? I got much more than a cone of shame! Think twice, there are better places for your babies.

Nelson Castro

4 years ago

Awesome people who cares about the pets

Claudia Ayers

5 years ago

It's pricey but it's worth it. Ask for recommendations for other vet if you can't afford this one.

Marcia Brown

5 years ago

Best VET in San Antonio. Has taken care of all our furbabies 25+ years. Dr. Craig Corset is kind, considerate and compassionate. When one of our furbabies, my son's best friend Mickey-Dog, had to cross the Rainbow Bridge Dr. Craig sat on the floor with both our boys holding them both for 20 minutes and more crying with our son. ???? Dr. Craig is FAMILY.

mary kraus

5 years ago

Very nice place you know all that can be done for your pet will be done

Nick Windy

5 years ago

The staff is amazing here and the doctor you feel loves your pet.

Phil Black

5 years ago

Have always had great experiences here. Can truly tell the staff cares about pets and not out to take your money. They are amazing.

Christina Salinas

6 years ago

Incredibly friendly, outgoing staff. You can tell that everyone really cares about their job and the animals.

Randy Cetor

6 years ago

Love this veterinarian Clinic amazing doctors compassionate caring understanding been going here for 9 year's now .

Maurice Kerins

6 years ago

The doctors here are knowledgeable, compassionate, and take time to explain difficult options in pet care. The staff is wonderful and seems stable in terms of turnover.

j Palacios

6 years ago

4 staff members smoking pot in a pick up truck right outside the clinic lol don't take ur animals there unless u want them to get high????

Caroleene Hardee

6 years ago

Phenomenal service and incredibly responsive and accommodating! Great vets and staff!

BestCarpet CleaningExperts

7 years ago

The only place I will ever take my pets. We have been going there for over 25 years. Dr. Cross and Dr. Corder are the best!!!

Margye Northington

7 years ago

Love Dr. Cross and her staff!!

Trish Hennessey

7 years ago

We love Dr. Ann Cross and the friendly staff!!! Bella could not be happier too :)

ken hinton

8 years ago

Dr. Corder is awesome ! everything was done perfectly. the attendants were informative and I was very happy, thank you for your great professionalism . from 1 to 10 , they get a 10. also Nike was nervous but she likes everybody there at Corder, I would suggest to all to go there, and there prices are not expensive but extremely reasonable. thanks again Corder Companion Animal Clinic job well done. Ken

Allan Maxwell

12 years ago

Very knowledgeable, accommodating and friendly. Price is reasonable too.

Cassandra Luppens

13 years ago

I prefer a vet who can do it all! I will agree that the staff there is super friendly, but their knowledge and animal handling is lacking. Dr Corder is a nice vet, but seems to prefer to practice in his spare time right now. Additionally, their prices are outrageous!

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Olmos Park Animal Hospital, Texas, San Antonio

4351 Mccullough Ave

Business Hours


8 AM - 6 PM


8 AM - 6 PM


8 AM - 6 PM


8 AM - 6 PM


8 AM - 6 PM





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