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How NOT to get Over Charged By The Vet..

By Dr. Andrew Jones

From: Dr Andrew Jones
Author: Veterinary Secrets Revealed
Website: http://www.veterinarysecretsrevealed.com

Re: How NOT to get Over Charged By The Vet..


Here are my top 10 Tips on how

to Avoid getting charged TOO MUCH At the Vet..

1. Price Shop

Prices at animal hospitals can vary widely. In my small town of Nelson, I

charge the least of all the practices, but many clients don?????t know that.

Make sure you get recommendations from other pet owners first.

There is a misconception that the Higher Priced practices give a Better

quality of care.

But this is NOT True.

To ensure that you are Saving Money, plus getting quality care for your

pet, you?????ve got to Ask some Specific questions.

Does the practice have an animal health technician? They should.

Does the practice have up to date anesthetic and monitoring equipment?

A must have.

Does the practice have all pets monitored after anesthesia until they are

fully awake?

This will give you an idea about staff level, – you need adequate staff to

give the quality patient care that your pet deserves.

But having up to date equipment and well trained staff still doesn?????t mean

that you?????ve got to pay through the roof.

Ask about the common procedures, like vaccines, checkups, neutering

and spaying.

Plan on going to at least three vets before you decide on one. Make a

mental note of just how clean the environment is when you look around.

And don’t forget to ask for discounts from your vet. If clients ASK then,

they will often get a discount. Some vets offer multiple pet discounts as

well as discounts for seniors.


P.S. An even BETTER way is to avoid the Vet all together..

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Best Wishes

Dr Andrew Jones

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