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Guest opinion: Best Veterinarian in the World in Adair Co., KY

On first visit, she says, the doctor correctly diagnosed the case. Costs were much lower, and the doctor's down to earth, caring, true blue manner instilled lasting confidence

By Dianne Loy
Commentary: The personal opinion on veterinary care

We just lost our family best friend of 10 years and are very heart broken, but at the same time realized how lucky we are in Adair County to have a vet like Janice Coffey.

Our dog had cancer for over a year. We had been taking our dog to another vet for six months or over and then took him to see Dr. Coffey and within a week we knew what was wrong with him - cancer of the left nostril.

We had spent thousands of dollars trying to find out what what wrong.Now the compassion comes in. She was the most down to earth, loving, caring true blue vet I ever saw or had seen.

instead of soaking us for money each month as he went in she gave us ways to save money on all medication abd saved us hundreds.

She told us exactly what was wrong, guided and comforted, let us know what would happen in true blue.

She is more than a step above in vet care. We are fortunate to have her here.

Her employees were just as compassionate and caring as she was what a vet office we have here. Dianne Loy

This story was posted on 2011-03-01 10:31:08
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