Vet prices are a secondary concern

The thing about vet prices is that you can not be too focused on them. If you are anything like me, your pet is a big important part of your life, and you would not let vet prices stand in the way of keeping them healthy, even if you had to make a few sacrifices in your life.

You need quality health care for your pet, so, sometimes you’re going to have to go to a doctor whose vet prices are a little higher than the vet down the street, but it is worth it. When you pay higher vet prices, you get a higher quality of service, a higher cleanliness, and a higher sense of confidence when your beloved pet goes under the knife. Don’t think of the vet prices, think of your pet being happy and healthy again.

My pet monitor lizard Plankton is one of my best friends. I would never allow a specialist’s higher vet prices keep me from getting him the herpetological care when he has an ingrown claw, or a tooth ache. No wonder my specialist has been charging me higher lizard vet prices lately: the last time I brought Plankton in for a tooth problem, the doctor did not use quite enough anesthetic, and Plankton tried to bite his hand! My vet prices are never going to come down after that.

My dog is a whole other story. I have a five year old Alsatian and Dachsund mix named Clastrop who I have been taking to the same vet for his whole life. He has almost always been very healthy, but you know I had to pay those vet prices when he was hit by my brother in law’s motorcycle as Clastrop barreled after him when he left after his last visit! Now he knows to behave himself.

So, be prepared to have to pay those vet prices once in a while, and be prepared to pay for quality!

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