Banfield is located in Greater Buenos Aires
As time went on and I paid for the plan it came time to where he could have the surgery done. Well my Banfield location decided THEN they were going to go back on their word. They didn't want to do it. They didn't feel comfortable. I argued and complained about it for sometime before they decided to tell me that there was a Banfield doctor far away from my convenience that would do it but ONLY, ONLY, ONLY if I got him fixed at the same time. I told them I did not want him fixed. I had a male and a female for a reason. They knew that from the get-go but after arguing with the corporate office in a BBB dispute I noticed they enrolled me in a wellness plan for neuter which costed more even though I told the lady I didn't want him neutered so it's like they planned it all along. So basically they told me either I get him fixed OR my dog would be in pain and they would do nothing about it.
This is in regards to Belleville, MI location recently "acquired" by LegacyVet/Banfield. I have been going to this animal hospital for years now and seeing the same doctor, who was let go when the acquisition happened. I will be going to his own clinic now. Last week, my dog was groomed at another location. Since she is old, she has some skin tags/adenomas. One was clipped during a brushing and I noticed over the weekend it was oozy and a little bloody. I called Monday (3/27) to schedule an appointment to have it looked at. They suggested I simply make the appointment for Tuesday (3/28) to have it removed, rather than just having it examined. Reluctantly I agreed.
Banfield Pet Hospital is a privately owned company based in , , that operates clinics. Part of the family of companies, Banfield owns clinics in the United States, Mexico, and the United Kingdom. Founded in 1955, the company operates many of its 800 plus clinics inside stores. Banfield is the largest privately owned veterinary practice in the United States. On April 2, 2014, Banfield Pet Hospital announced its headquarters would be relocating to , from nearby .By 2005, the company served 3.5 million animals annually at 450 clinics worldwide. That year the Banfield Charitable Trust was created to provide free care to economically disadvantaged pet owners. Banfield also opened a third stand-alone hospital, located in . In early 2007, PetSmart sold off part of its share of MMI, Banfield’s parent company.Banfield was founded in northeast Portland, Oregon, in 1955 by Warren J. Wegert. The name comes from the nearby . In 1987, Scott Campbell purchased the single veterinary hospital which had about $2 million in annual revenues. Medical Management International, Inc. (MMI) was created to own the clinic, and in 1994 the pet store chain PetSmart teamed up with MMI to open pet clinics in their stores initially called VetSmart. By 1996 the private company had grown to in excess of 150 locations in 18 states with over 600,000 pets treated annually and 1,100 employees. PetSmart received rent and a share of the profits from the clinics, and owned part of MMI as part of the deal between the companies. In 2000, Banfield purchased PetSmart’s other clinics named Petsmart Veterinary Services.Browse for other datasets we provide from other hospitals, clinics, and companies. Visit our page for further details. Create your own map of Banfield Pet Hospital locations now.In September 2007, long-time chief executive officer (CEO) Scott Campbell sold his shares of the company to , retired as CEO, and John Payne took over the position, while Campbell remained chairman of the company. Banfield sold off its Merlin Digital Technology division that developed imaging equipment in September 2008. In 2008, the company totaled 725 locations spread throughout the United States, Mexico, and the United Kingdom. The $6.5 million Banfield Veterinary Clinical Center at Western University of Health Sciences opened in August 2008. The company was named one of thirteen companies that would be hiring in 2009 despite the economic crisis.