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I strained my back and was in a lot of pain. Shelly Olson recommended Dr. Tyson Carter as he has been her family's Chiropractor for years. I was able to get in within hours WITHOUT insurance! Dr. Tyson is well educated, was very thorough in explaining everything, set my mind as ease, was very gentle, has a very happy attitude and your overall wellness and well-being at heart. He was able to set up a very reasonable payment for his services to include the initial consultation and nine exrays. He even congratulated my fiancee and me on our August Handfasting! We will continue to see Dr. Tyson and recommend him highly.
Always treated well by doctors and nurses. They do have gay people on staff
Feel totally comfortable here
My partner and I have had a lot of contact with Sparrow over the years. We've been respected as life partners every time.
Have gone to ball games with my partner here for years. Never have had a bad experience. Even went on Christian night one time without problems. Staff is very friendly and helpful.
100% LGBT friendly. Excellent trainers offering obedience, agility and other classes. They have day care, too, but I have not used it.
We began taking our dogs here after the cosmetology school moved so far south. We are totally pleased. My partner and I always bring our dogs in together and are totally accepted by all the staff. We've run into another couple here too.
Corey is one of the few groomers in town who knows how to strip a wirehaired dachshund and my boy usually falls asleep while she is working on him. He is never hesitant about going. She does a great job with our cockapoo, too.
My partner and I eat here a few times a month and the owner has always been very nice to us. Her food is extremely good and authentic. It's great to be able to get a great Cuban sandwich and marudo around here!
For an advertised gay bar it's very underwhelming. Unless there's an event around pride the turnout is very low. Security is too lax with patrons. I've seen drug usage on the patio and some underage people served.
Occasional odd looks but otherwise very friendly and welcoming. Also has the best soup I've had.