Dr Rentfrow was wonderful we moved here the summer of 2008 with our 19year old dauchshund named Rudi. He was blind, deaf and wearing a diaper he was truly on his last leg we didn’t expect him to make the move with us but, he did. He suffered a small seizure and Dr Rentfrow and her staff were quick to see him even though it was only minutes from them closing. After suffering a second seizure a month or so later it became evident that his time had come. Dr Rentfrow was so kind and compassionate that. After all was said and done I didn”t hesitate to bring Rudi’s (brother) Bennie and our new addition in for their first visit. She showed more sympothy for Rudi than our 2 vets in the city we moved from. Thanks i would recommend her and her staff to any and all who ask.
– Nikki D. in Braselton, GA

Dr. Renfrow is wonderful and so is her staff. She is so compassionate and takes the time to answer all your questions and concerns. My husband and I have been impressed with her knowledge and the care that was given to our animals. Her cat “Velcro” is an added bonus to the clinic! we give her 10 STARS!
– Sharon Mixer in Braselton, GA

When Braselton Animal Hospital opened I stopped in to check the place out. I wound up speaking with Dr. Rentfrow for an hour. A couple of months later our Min Pin, Woody, wasn’t feeling well and wasn’t eating so we rushed him in to see Dr. Rentfrow. She recommended an ultrasound, saw something unusual, and performed surgery. Woody had eaten a Hickory Nut that was lodged in his intestines. He was touch and go in the hospital for 5 days but pulled though. Dr. Rentfrow and her staff were there for him and for us during such a traumatic time. Our other 2 Min PIns, and recently rescued Chihuahua have also received excellent care at Braselton Animal Hospital.
– D. Brooks in Hoschton, GA

Dr. Rentfrow really does love animals, it’s not about the money here it’s about making sure your pet gets the care they need.
My cat Bit is one of the most skittish things so I was scared about how he’d react to a person he didn’t know dealing with him. But before even a minute had passed she had him purring and he’d forgotten I was even there.
– Bobbie in Braselton, GA