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What services would you like to see offered at a veterinary hospital?

Discussion in 'General Dog Discussions' started by Beki, Oct 25, 2013.

  1. omgrobyn

    omgrobyn GRCH Dog

    Eh. I do what vaccines I can myself, and do rabies and heartworm at the low cost clinic that's down the street from my house (a nice mile-*** walk to settle the dogs down before we get to that circus).

    I think it's like $18 for HW tests (last time I paid $15 because I brought all 4 dogs and the vet was really nice about it. Or maybe my dogs were the most well behaved (they were)). I think it's $20 for a 3 year rabies.

    Everything else, I go to a good, affordable vet (affordable is in the fricking clinic's name:lol:) When Ethel had a double ear infection and a UTI, I barely broke $125 for an exam, urinalysis, antibiotics, ear drops, ear cleaner and prednisone (she had a healing hot spot too). It helped that I got to skip the ear swabbing cause she has a history of ear problems so we just got the strong stuff.

    I'd love if my vet clinic got a vet specializing in exotics and I didn't have to drive an hour to my ferrets' vet.

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    Last edited by a moderator: Oct 30, 2013
  2. lizzie13

    lizzie13 Good Dog

    My vet does exotics..its nice for the guinea pigs :-) and they are maybe a mile from my house..it is nice
  3. summnd

    summnd Puppy

    The cat thing! My local shelter and ALL of my local vets let a cat &/or Chihuahuas roam free in the waiting area & halls.

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