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English-speaking vets in Taichung?

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Postby blue_sky23 » 18 Mar 2007, 14:02

In my opinion, it depends on which Dr. you choose.
There are many doctors.
Dr. Jen and Dr. Hsu are very good.
I always saw many foreing families, too~
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Re: English-speaking vets in Taichung?

Postby berrytea » 03 Apr 2010, 07:18

I would recommend Dr. Lin from Taichung city's 米懷古動物醫院.
He has worked with many individual animal rescuers and animal right groups,
and charged a very reasonable price (at least to them).
He has an assistance who can speak English well,
but I don't know about him though.

地址:台中市東區大興街22號 Taichung City, East District, Daxin Street, No. 22
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Re: not National

Postby Black Beauty » 01 Jun 2015, 07:46 wrote:I have had some really bad experiences with National Veterinary Hospital, and so have others. They used to be the best, then they became big business. I don't recommend them at all.

Do you mind elaborating on why you don't recommend them (other than the fact that they're a big business)? I note that you happen to be from Taichung Paws, so are you their competitor?
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