My family has nothing but the highest praise for Asvelis Veterinary clinic.
Our 3 year old dog contracted a virulent liver and kidney infection that we realized could be fatal.
Dr Xavier and his Vietnamese Veterinarian team did their utmost to save our dog with a professionalism that was exemplary and equal to any 5 star vet practices in a western country
We realized from the start that our dog had a very slim chance of survival and Dr Xavier and colleagues were not dishonest to boost our hopes to unrealistic levels. They did everything in their power to ensure that all avenues were tried and that the dog was as comfortable as could be as her body became weaker and her temperature fluctuated to dangerously low levels.
We were encouraged to spend as much time as we wanted with the dog.
After 4 days we had to make the decision to euthanize the dog and the vets made it possible for us to take the dog to our house across the Red River while still on a drip. Two vets accompanied us in the taxi to the house and the dog’s favorite resting place where they administered the injection that put the dog to sleep and finally to its death
The vets’ compassion and professionalism towards the dog and our family at this time is beyond praise
They should keep the vietnamese original names of some kinds of the teas, such as '' Trà Mộc Tân Cương- Tan Cuong green tea'' instead of ''green tea from the hills'', '' Trà Mộc Shan Tuyết- Shan Tuyet green tea'' instead of '' green tea from moutains''. In fact, Shan Tuyết is legendary and Tân Cương is famous.