Comments on Study Reveals Causes for Decline in Vet Visits

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Kelli   Norwalk, CT

5/21/2012 7:32:14 PM

I have 4 cats and a dog. What gets me is the 400% mark-up on medications, the $20 dispensing fee to put a label on a bottle, and the lack of a multi-pet discount. I hate feeling like I am being nickel-and-dimed when I pay $70 to $90 just to walk in the door.

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Stephanie   North Canton, OH

1/30/2011 5:13:58 PM

Interesting. Thanks!

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Jo Ann   Lodgepole, NE

1/29/2011 7:31:46 AM

Each year our Veterinarian gives his time at vaccination clinics. This is a very affordable alternative for pet owners that cannot pay full price for office visits.

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Sunny   Henderson, NV

1/28/2011 4:06:09 PM

We don't take our dogs to the vet unless something the matter with them.Vets are way too expensive. It cost us 700.00 to get Pepper teeth cleaned!

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Galadriel   Lothlorien, ME

1/27/2011 10:43:22 PM

Too expensive. Wish I could afford it though.


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sandy   windsor locks, CT

1/27/2011 7:05:04 AM

Never more than this year did I realize the importance of the annual/semi-annual checkups.I purchased a rescue dog in Dec 2009- cam with all the shots/vaccinations etc- took her to my vet when I got her just to get a flu and lyme disease shot. This year when her annual came arround- the tests showed she had heartworms. Evidently I am told it takes 5-7 months after the dog is infected for the disease to appear on a test. Had I not taken her, she could now be gone from our lives and she has really made a wonderful difference, I look forward to going home each night and she is a wonderful companion to my 6 year old dog. Please get those checkups..

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Terry   Houston, TX

1/27/2011 4:19:55 AM

Thanks for the information.

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